SharpMan's New/Old Operator

That's right, Dawn's losing SharpMan. And to who, you might ask? SharpMan's creator and original operator, that's who. HE WANTS HIS NAVI BACK. >:0

Name: Hector Guerrero
Age: 35
Gender: Male
Appearance: At 5'11" and 170 lbs., Hector doesn't garner particular interest from his vital statistics, as while he is muscular and in good shape, he isn't so to the point that it makes him look particularly different from a normal Whazzapian.

He possesses unkempt black hair that extends to the very top of the shoulder, and his face appears to be covered in a permanent 5-o'clock shadow. Despite normally being 'the windows of the soul', his dark brown eyes tend to reflect very little of what he feels, which tends to give him a half-dead, uninterested look, even when such is not true of him.

His clothing is highly simple, choosing to wear a long sleeved, midnight blue shirt with black jeans, and dark gray boots. His one oddity in dress is what seems like the back half of a black poncho, which he wears like a cape. On its back is SharpMan's emblem, twin sickles that cross at both handle and blade level. Of more interest to most, however, is the unevenness of where the poncho ends, as though it had been ripped, and not cut. A closer look would even reveal some very dark red spots near the front edge, but if asked about what they are, Hector would simply shrug it off.

Personality: Most would expect Hector to be cold and distant, given his former profession. But while cynical, he's surprisingly friendly to those he cares about. He's even somewhat warm to strangers, but this is more of a former professional courtesy: who knows if the person asking for directions is actually his next employer? Yet since he has taken his leave of his job, this is no longer the case.

PET Modifications: Hector's PET is jet black, with gray trim. It's been covered in anti-glare coating, both to prevent the screen from receiving glare, and the PET from giving it off.

History of Hector and SharpMan
For generations, the Guerrero family functioned as a band of assassins and mercenaries. They fought with few peers, able to eliminate any target, or complete any task given to them. The advent of the Net did nothing but add a new dimension to their skill set, and their Navis thrived in the cyberworld as their operators did in the real world. Around 35 years ago, a new generation of Guerreros were born; twins Hector and Dawn.

Hector fit into the mercenary lifestyle like a glove, but Dawn proved to be a rarity; she had neither any talent for killing, nor any desire to do so. While reluctant, her parents allowed her to attend business school instead, becoming the first member of the family in over 100 years to seek a more 'normal' profession.

Unable to comprehend his sister's inability to perform the family business, Hector never questioned his station in life. He became an expert in stealth, and eventually, death. However, one day, it occured to him that by restricting himself to the real world, he was missing some prime opportunities. After some work, he created a Navi designed to eliminate anything or anyone.

Not much time later, a Navi became well known in some underground circles. One with allegedly unparalleled power and precision in the art of swordplay. The name...SharpMan. And why wouldn't he be skilled? His operator was none other than Hector Guerrero, skilled in all forms of ending life. However, perhaps because of his Navi's incredible skills, he began to receive more and more contracts to acquire rare chips, a highly profitable task considered more difficult than regular Navi deletion. As a result, he had one of the greatest chip order businesses in all of southern Netopia. Over time, a rivalry formed between Hector and another man with a similar business, and their Navis became well-known in the area for their constant clashes over various opportunities. However, thanks to family connections throughout the criminal world, SharpMan seemed to emerge victorious more often than not, a fact that, though frequently whispered, was never proven; as with any Guerrero, no one was stupid enough to confront Hector on the matter.

After leaving SharpMan in his sister's care, he set off on several jobs, of seemingly trivial importance. Yet, upon clearing them, he proclaimed himself completely free of all criminal charges. Deciding to call it a career in his unsavory profession, Hector decided to reclaim his Navi, and dedicate himself to being the operator of a professional Navi deleter...