John ‘JC’ Crimson
The last app I made was on the old forum and I dont have the link and the last synth whitelist was around 1 year ago, the only one this year would be my predator whitelist which was accepted around the start of the year
Charlotte’s personality is one of an accepting person. With her experience with plants and working around different needs, she is able to accommodate for those with difficulties and allow for a welcoming environment, overall having a positive outlook, for example, instead of saying “Hello” she is more likely to say “Heya!”
How will they react to the different ranks of the USCM, what would they talk about in a one on one conversation? What are their interests? What is an advertisement logline that could be written for them?
Charlotte would react to the higher ranks of the ship like one would speak to their grandparent, not entirely formal but still with respect and holding them in a high regard for their past experiences although she would treat lower ranks as friends or well known colleagues.
Charlotte is interested in agriculture and farming, having worked as a farmhand prior to acquisition by the USCM, she finds interest in the ship’s research department, especially the botany department due to the interesting fauna discovered in the cosmos being accessible. This lifestyle is supported by a calm demeanour such as one of a childcare worker, being patient and keeping composure in difficult situations.
The slogan that was plastered over the booth that housed Charlotte before she was sold was “Never feel down while Charlotte is around!” adhering to her positive mentality and outlook on life.
I believe I am a good fit to be a synthetic because I believe I have made many changes, both to my attitude and my knowledge of CM, now holding a whitelist and being a member of the staff team, I am happy with myself to the point where I personally believe I am ready for the challenge of the synthetic whitelist
It would have to be the time when Day and I held LZ 1 of LV-624 alone with no other survivors during one of my first survivor rounds.
Within engineering based jobs including working joe, I have around 150 hours total and believe I am competent in this regard
I am familiar with the command consoles, OBs, assigning SLs and the sorts, with a number of operations as the XO and roughly the same as SO
I am very familiar with medical, within recent time I have honed my triage abilities by playing alot of corpsman, alongside that I have good knowledge regarding surgery
Although lacking in direct hours, I believe I am competent regarding requisitions due to a couple of operations where I was alone as CT and was able to manage requisitions without help
Although encouraged to avoid combat, it may be employed to ensure the safety of others, an example of a situation I saw a while back, a burrower was attacking FOB by burrowing in and causing havoc, in a situation like this, it would be allowed to attack it until it is outside of the FOB due to the fact of it being there would be endangering marine lives.
Another situation would be one such as a single lurker who has pounced a marine in the backlines, due to the fact of there being a lack of other xenomorphs, it would be allowed to engage it to ensure the marine’s safety until it either disengages or dies as it would not be directly endangering myself.
An example I would not see as acceptable would be chasing a xenomorph when they are not attacking a marine or myself and overextending in general, if they are moving away, they are clearly leaving the fight and I should get back to what I was doing
A thanks to TheBiggest for helping with my story.