British Military Sergeant
Sabre, .44 Revolver, Army Bolt Action Rifle, “Wonder Gloves”
.44 Pistol Rounds, AP: 10
.44 Pistol Rounds, Normal: 50
.44 Rifle Rounds, Normal: 48
Wonder Gloves Capacitor: 1 (rechargeable, 12 hrs)
Fancy Armored Clothes – Dress Uniform, Nice Suit, Heavy Vest
Health Elixir, Canteen, Fine Lantern
Born in 1828 to Robert, an Academy Fencing Instructor, and his wife Bonnie. Frederick was a natural athlete, and won many competitions in his academy days.
Frederick Moore grew up the oldest of three boys. Oliver and George, his younger brothers, were never quite able to equal his physical achievements. They tended to do much better in the scholastic fields than Frederick. This did not stop their rivalries though, and in late March of 1854, the two younger siblings saw their chance to prove themselves.
Almost as soon as war was declared upon Russia, the Oliver and George went and enlisted in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces. Not to be outdone by his little brothers, Frederick joined up as well, and quickly caught the attention of his superiors. It did not take long for him to prove himself, and during the last year of the war, found himself promoted to the rank of Sergeant.
Coming home after the war, he received a telegram from his commanding officer, Lt. Herschel Walker, stating that he had been impressed with his service on foreign lands, and asking him if he would like to prevent a war that would threaten The British Empire itself. Frederick couldn’t resist the opportunity to protect his Majesty’s country against its most recent threat.
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