Micheal doesn’t remember much about his life before the bombs. He knew something had changed though, and soon after grew leathery wings. He wandered the wastes trying to find a purpose in life other then survival and fighting. Eventually he found companionship with a templar, John Douglas. eventually he accepted into the templars but before he could take the oaths had a crisis of faith in the ways the templars handled the so called unworthy. His conversation and dissagreement with Simon is not as infamous as Brad Modeen’s in that at the end Simon did not black ball Micheal,and no oath of blood was to be carried out on him. After leaving the templars Micheal drifted until he reunited with Douglas and became intrenched in attempting to save a young baby from the grasp of a creature known as the Incubus. In the end he was forced to kill the child to stop the Incubus from taking the child for its dark purposes. This act eventually drove a wedge between Micheal and John. While they were friends and would agree to meet in Junkyard, their relationship was unable to be reconciled. Micheal first encountered Hammond while meeting John in Junkyard. Later he joined the posse in retaking Kingman, bringing with him impressive power and a mystical spear said to once be held by a norse legend. Micheal once more returned to wandering, and perhaps finding his redemption.