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Roy Miller

"Damn, my shoulder's killing me."

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a character in “Fate's Games”, as played by Tomoya


Name: Roy Miller

Loved Ones: Roy has two twin sisters, Amy and Karen, they are both 13. There is also his father, Ryan, he is 39.

Age: 17

Gender: Male

State: Oklahoma

Appearance: Roy is 6' 1" and 167 lbs. He has light brown hair and green eyes. He has a skinny, yet muscular build. He normally wears jeans and T- shirts.

Personality: Roy is a rather normal teenage boy, besides the fact he can't talk very well with women. He can talk to girls just fine if they're friends or if there are other people around, but if he's alone with an unfamiliar girl or if he has a crush on her, he'll blush profusely and stammer constantly. Roy is very loyal to his family and friends, he also has rather good grades in school. He was part of the baseball team at his school, but quit after he received a severe injury to his right shoulder. Roy can also be rather pugnacious, getting into fights for trivial reasons (This started after his shoulder injury, although he denies it).

History: Roy miller was a star on the baseball team, bringing the team victory after victory. This winning streak was contained until the night before the last game of the season, when he and some of the fellow members of his team were jumped by the rival team. All of his team sustained rather harsh injuries, but Roy had nerves in his shoulder torn open, making it so he could never play baseball again. This is not all Roy can't do, he can't lift his right arm too much farther than his chest. His two sisters were always there for Roy during his recovery process, assuring him his shoulder would get better, but it never did.

So begins...

Roy Miller's Story


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#, as written by Tomoya
Roy Miller was sitting on the bleachers next to his school's baseball field, he was no longer a member but all of his friends were on the team, so he usually stayed after school to watch the team practice. Today was different though, instead of practicing the whole team was huddled around a radio awaiting the announcement of who would be entered into the Fate's Games. To be honest Roy was a little annoyed, he thought it was trivial to think about things like getting chosen for the Fate's Games, it's like thinking; 'I hope I don't get struck by lightning today', it's not really something to be all that worried about.

"Are you guys seriously worried about getting your names drawn?" Roy finally asked, a hint of irritation in his voice.

"Aren't you?" One of the boys asked.

"Uh, no."

"You have a higher chance of being picked for the games than you do for winning the lottery." The same boy said.

"Yeah, but you have a higher chance of being struck by lightning seven times in the same day than you do of winning the lottery." Roy retorted. "And I've never been struck by lightning, so I think I'm safe."

"What's with you and lightning anyway, Roy?"

"Nothing really, I think fire's cooler anyway." Roy stated with a grin.

"Are you a pyro?" The other boy asked skeptically.

"Shut up." Roy said and gave the boy a light punch to the shoulder.

"Ouch," The boy said, but he had a smile on his face. He composed himself, looking more serious. "You know you'll have to worry about your sisters too right?"

Roy put on a look of seriousness also, because this boy was right, well partially. Roy's sisters were both thirteen, which means next year they could be picked. "If that were to happen I would-"

"-And Roy Miller..." The radio announced. The two boys were so deep in conversation they hadn't even realized that the announcements started, everyone became quiet when Roy's name was called.

The boy's attention was completely on the radio, after a few moments he turned his head toward the unfortunate boy who was chosen. "Roy..."

Roy's eyes were wider than anyone had ever seen from him. "... I have to go home..." He mumbled. He turned around and began sprinting past the school toward the road. He could hear the baseball team calling his name, but he didn't listen, he just had to get home to his family. As Roy reached the road a van stopped in front of him, the letters 'TFG' were printed on the side. The back doors opened and four men in what seemed like equipment for combat came out with guns that Roy could recognize from games like 'Call of Duty'.

"Get in the van." One of the men said with a deep, raspy, voice.

"Get the hell away from me!" Roy shouted as he proceeded to punch the closest one to him with a left hook.

The man who gave the original command took no time to fire his weapon at Roy's chest. After being shot, Roy fell to his knees and put his left hand up to where the bullet pierced his white T-shirt. He was confused as to why there was no blood, but he started feeling dizzy and soon fell, his body striking the pavement and he drifted into a deep sleep.