(Worth a shot right?) Name: Lucic "Preach" Goodman Gender: Male Age: Early fortys (estimated). Race/Ethnicity: Caucasian (Scotch-Irish). Height: 6'4" Weight: 160 lbs. (Estimated). Hair Color: Shoulder-length deep Red-ish, brown roots. Eye Color: Jade-green. Distinguishing Features: A few (well concealed) bodily scars, and a brand on his right hand. (Presumably some form of "excon" marking, maybe "special services"). Short Background/Personality Bio: Sporting a slight European accent, "Preach" was raised on a properly colonized planet (presumably Earth), raised in a very religious family. Religious text in-hand, Lucic can be frequently found reading said book or pondering existential theories with any peer that wants to know more about his philosophy. He frequently mutters prayers under his breath, occasionally going so far as to quote some form of religious material under particular duress. An ex-soldier (chaplain) of moderate experience, Lucic eventually resigned to start a family. A family he doesn't normally speak of, except in fond moments of remembrance. Several years after starting his family, a foreign species infiltrated his homeworld, consequentially taking his wife/children in to captivity. Thus began the wanderer he has become to this day. He's only partly experienced with modern technologies, enough to comprehend conventional machinations, along with some recently acquired nautical skills, He does have a bias against "implanted technologies," as he feels "if God meant me to be programmed, I'd have been made a computer." Weaponry (if not standard): He does have some experience with spacecraft weaponry and programming, along with procedural navigation techniques. He's by no means a pacifist, but is not willing to take a life without a (very) good reason, as his moral standards tend to "ask first, then ask again." His foremost "weapon" is "The Good Word," he states as he points to his leather-bound book that he is most-always carrying. The only actual weapon on him is a large combat knife (aka "utility knife") that he usually has mounted on the back of his waist, or strapped to his frontal torso if in rural environments.