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Wesley Charles Kame

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a character in “Time Stamp”, as played by Diane_Young

Description

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"Do not pray for an easy life, pray for the strength to endure a difficult one."

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Hopeless Opus

Name
Wesley Charles Kame

Nicknames
Wes

Age
27

Occupation
Free lance, self-employed

Face Claim
Evan Peters




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β€œThe only people who fear death are those with regrets.”

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||Dislikes||
Forced conversations, talking about death, leaving his house without a reason


||Likes||
To be alone, reading, handiwork


||Quirks||
Has picked up the habit of refusing to look at people in order to avoid seeing their numbers


||Dreams||
to live a normal life without knowing when everyone around him is going to die


||Fears||
A wasted existence
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β€œThe tradgedy of life is not death, but what we let die inside of us while we live.”
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Eye Color

Blue

Hair

Auburn/brown

Height & Weight
6'2" weighs about 195 lbs.

Tattoos or Piercings
One tattoo on his left forearm that reads: "Do more than just exist."

Scars
Wes has plenty of small scars from growing up and one deep one on his chest just below his sternum.


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β€œForget what hurt you, but not what it has taught you.”
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ImagePersonality
Growing up, Wes always put others before himself. He made sure that others were happy before himself, and did what he could to satisfy his family. Whatever it meant to make his parents proud, Wes worked as hard as he could to achieve that goal. Not only was he hardworking, but he was also raised to take care of people, to be there for them when they were down or hurt. He grew up with the love of plenty of friends, but as his adolescent years flourished, his emotions and hopes for a good life turned sour.
After the death of his father, Wes faced the hard truths of the cruelty of life. When his mother had passed six months later and Wes finally realized what the numbers meant, he found himself retreating into hiding. Only leaving his home when he needed to work or get food. Wes switched jobs to make sure that he was avoiding as many people as possible. Everyone he knew and everyone that knew him noticed something was off. Blaming his strange actions on the death of his parents, his friends gave him the space he wanted. However, when he suddenly up and left Boston, they grew concerned. When they tried to reach out to him, Wes responded with hatred and anything he could to push them away.
Living now in Salem, Massachusetts, Wes avoids people at all costs. He tried to avoid common conversations that go passed a polite 'hello' or 'good day'. However, Wes wants nothing more than to not be alone anymore. Unable to face the unavoidable, he finds it better for everyone that he doesn't get involved. He only assumes that it is his doing that they all have death dates. Although he knows that everyone must die at some point, he can't help but feel as though if he gets involved, their death is on his hands.



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β€œYou cannot create experience, you must undergo it.”
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HistoryAside from the blatantly obvious past that he has endured, Wes was raised well. Before the passing of his parents, Wes was taught proper manners and was raised to be extremely polite and helpful. Although, after their deaths, Wes removed himself from people, he has still remained the polite person his parents had raised. Today, as he pushes people away in order to keep them from getting too close, he still tries his best to do it as nicely as possible all the while helping others. Unable to avoid not going out of his way to help, Wes has adopted the habit of refusing to make eye contact or facial contact with anyone. He is now known by most in Salem, however, no one really knows him; they just know how kind he is.

So begins...

Wesley Charles Kame's Story