Name: Alan Ishlington
Appearance: A man of thinner build, Alan isn't built for strength, but his reflexes are faster than most people you've met. His quietness kept him out of sports (but that's more personality than appearance, isn't it?) Alan's natural hair colour is dark brown, and preferred choice of haircut is medium-long, enough to wave around but not to the point where its shoulder length. Most days his hair is just let down, although for special occasions it spikes quite well. Alan's eye colour is brown, although most of the time they're hidden by designer slim-shade black sunglasses. Alan's arms are long in comparison to the rest of his body, with small hands to make the combination seem even stranger. Most of Alan's closet consists of tees, slacks, jeans, and hooded jackets. Colours of choice? Red, blue and black. That's it. Shoes are usually high-market designers. Alan always wears his late father's watch on his right hand: an old antique gold watch, the only item in his possession that is older than he is.
Personality/History: Although Alan's taste is expensive, he's not against living a simpler life. After his parents died in a lab explosion caused by their own research, Alan was forced into an orphanage at the age of 9. Living such a life has taught Alan the pain of poverty, and when he was of legal age to accept his father's estate, he immediately used the money to start his own business in demolition. After 3 years and a huge amount of hard work (and luck) Alan was able to move the business to the city, and has never looked back. It is because of this that Alan respects people for who they are, not where they come from. Alan cannot stand a slacker, and has a hard time holding back his anger if he believes it is justified.
PET Modifications: Think of four spheres, two larger ones and two smaller ones. The larger ones overlap to make an figure 8, but with a third of each of the circles overlapping, not just touching. The two smaller circles are 3/4 the size of the larger ones, and they overlap the bottom larger circle in similar manner, to make a =< shape, = being the two largers and < the two smallers coming off the larger. The PET is red in apperance, with black running all around the edges. Two screens make up the PET, one on both of the larger circles, each serving different functions. The two smaller circles are used both as handles and keypads for PET functions. All buttons are yellow in appearance.