Leader Sarah Marshall
Name Sarah Marshall
|Physical Description||Sarah's your typical survivor post-Omega Event. Her hands are, like many, calloused and worn from 13 years of trying to survive the dangerous world post-Omega.|
|Spouse||Brandon Marshall (Deceased, 2010)|
|Father||Darrik Yates (Deceased)|
|Mother||Anna Mitchell (Deceased)|
|Brother(s)||Garret Yates (Status unknown, presumed dead in 2017)|
|Sister(s)||Reana Yates-Mitchell (living, unknown location)|
Personality & Traits
|General Overview||Sarah doesn't play around when it comes to her friends. While she wouldn't be called ruthless in any sense of the word, she won't hesitate to kill if it meant protecting her group.|
|Strengths & Weaknesses||+Kind and caring for all people
-jaded from 13 years of failed promises and surviving
|Ambitions||Sarah wishes to simply find a place to settle down that's safe. But, barring that, nothing would make her happier than enabling a group of people to survive in the hell that is the wasteland.|
|Personal History||Born in 1988, Sarah's life was typical up until 2010's Omega Event. Her husband, Brandon, was away at work when the news came down that a top-secret lab in Wyoming had a containment breach and a biologically-engineered supervirus was released. Initial reports caused panic, and Sarah demanded Brandon return home. But he would die in a car accident caused on the way home by the rush of people trying to also get home.
With nothing left to live for, Sarah sold their house, and bought a retired school bus. In the early days of the virus, before society broke down, Sarah had already intended to turn it into a home, and had continued on that goal, even getting the but repainted to a vivid neon green. Then, less than 3 years after the virus broke containment, society broke down, when she was no where near done.
Knowing that nowhere was going to be safe for long, Sarah hit the road, with a plan. Buying materials with the last of her money, she built a number of bunk beds in the back 2/3rds of the bus, sizing them to the size of the former bus seats including mattresses made from said seats. She also rounded up storage containers and crates that she fitted into the back of the bus.
And so she drove, searching for a safer home. Over the next 10 years, she came to watch as the country slowly broke down and people became hard to find. The people she gathered would come and go, as Sarah had only one rule: work for your keep, and you can stay as long as you want.
|Gear and Equipment||Flashlight
Set of clothes (leather jacket, shirt, jeans, combat boots)