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Wes Thornton

"It's a dirty job, but someone's got to do it."

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a character in “Gunslinger Girl: American Division”, as played by Magus1108


Wes Thornton


❝So, who wants to kill some terrorists? I'm game!❞


❝The Basics❞

| Full Name |

Wes Thornton

| Gender |


| Age |



❝Deeper Description❞

| Eye Color |


| Hair Color |


| Height |


| Weight |

183 lbs.

| Skin Tone |

Tanned Caucasian

| Distinct Markings |

Wes has no real distinct markings on his person.

| Physical Description |

Wes is 6'0 and in peak physical condition for a man of his age. He does his best to keep in shape, and exercises whenever he has the chance.


| Specialties |

✔ Hand-to-hand combat
✔ Marksmanship
✔ Being charismatic

| Weapons |

✔ SIG Sauer P226 Pistol
✔ M16 Rifle
✔ M40 Sniper Rifle

| Likes |

♥ His partner, Max
♥ Most of his fellow colleagues in the SWA
♥ Protecting America from various threats, foreign and domestic
♥ Completing a mission successfully
♥ Seeing Max smile

| Dislikes |

✖ Using child soldiers; even if they are more cyborg than human now, they're still kids
✖ Harming civilians, both intentionally and by accident
✖ People and organizations that threaten the United States of America
✖ Failing a mission
✖ Seeing Max get hurt

❝Welcome to my Life❞

| Personality |

Wes is an amicable and jovial person. He's rather laid-back, and knows how to have a good time. Overall, he's a nice guy, and acts like it. When he's on a mission, however, he becomes a completely different person. He becomes much more focused and serious, brushing away his normal persona for one that is much more strict and cold. When he's like this, Wes is much more formal and demanding.

| Theme Song |

Anthem of a Tyrant - Jack Wall

❝Who I Am❞

| History |

Wes lived a largely average childhood, raised by a good and decent family. Eventually he ended up joining the CIA, and over time became a great and oustanding spy. Due to his impressive career, Wes was offered a chance to join the American version of the Social Wellfare Agency; Wes thought the deal over, and eventually accepted. He doesn't like the fact that the Agency is essential creating child soldiers, but since most of the children they've gathered come from horrible backgrounds or suffered from otherwise incurable illnesses or injuries, he doesn't mind as much. It gives the kids a second chance of life, after all. Though it still leaves a bad taste in his mouth, that the government has resorted to training child soldiers.

|Thoughts on Other Characters|

Max: Wes is very friendly toward Max, and thinks the best of her. While she's pretty much an assassin now, he still views her as a kid. She might be emotionally hardened, but that doesn't stop Wes from caring from her any less. Overall Wes views Max as a wonderful girl, and always encourages her to be less serious about things, and smile more. It is also his secret hope that one day he can give her a life outside of the SWA.

|Anything Else|

He submits works for writing anthologies now and again; so he's a bit of a writer.




So begins...

Wes Thornton's Story