This is the character bio for another role play character that I run. This one is a little different from Tyla Kikosika as the character is not quite on the same level of insanity. He is much different in the way he handles things and the way he reacts to all situations.
The RP account is @AshKikosika for those who wish to follow. There will be Dark, Twisted, and sometimes more Gorey and Disturbing tweets. It is 21+ so you have been warned!
UPDATE: There is an additional bio being linked to this one for the #Graceverse version of Ash. It will be added to the top of the profile in a separate link.
Name: Ashley "Ash" Kikosika
Weight: 90 lbs
Eye Colour: White
Hair Colour: Blonde
Skin Complexion/Colour: Fair/Sickly Grey/Pale
Cuts around hands that appear to be from handling broken glass or loose razor blades.
Cuts around feet from walking around for long periods of time with no protection on feet.
Burns on the tips of fingers. Cause unknown.
Scar tissue around the eyes from a goggle-like device that is in almost constant use.
Scar tissue around implants made in the head that appear to connect to the aforementioned goggles.
Torn black t-shirt.
Torn, long green pants.
A large device in the form of goggles that appears fused to his face with connections directly into his head.
Bandages covering his body underneath his clothing.
Note: All clothing appears to be too large for his frame. The bandages appear to assist in faking body mass.
Family: Parents, deceased; Two full sisters, alive and well.
Personality: Ashley Kikosika is a very laid-back boy. Situations that require a lot of thinking are brushed off with simple solutions that may or may not fit. However, he appears to be able to think better in large crowds of people where others would have trouble collecting their thoughts. His thought process seems to be directly linked to the device he is almost never seen without.
Background: Ashley Kikosika appeared to be a fairly happy child. He excelled at music and dance at an early age, seen as a child prodigy by parents and teachers. Coming from a very wealthy family, he was the youngest of three children. At around 9-years-old, Ash was introduced to a girl who was being adopted. She was a friend of one of his sisters, though he knew not which one. He was fond of her despite having little contact. An incident that occurred on her birthday left him emotionally and mentally scarred.
An experimental form of therapy using simulated images in a goggle device was tested on him. The addictive properties were not known at the time. As time went on, the boy had the device and himself modified, causing his eyes to turn a milky white commonly associated with blindness.
On his 17th birthday, after years of addiction, he decided to find out what really happened to his adopted sister. The obsession was fuelled by his need for almost constant stimulation from the goggles he almost never takes off.