THE PREVIOUS LIFE
Ever heard the expression "looks can be deceiving"? When it comes to Roy, it is very fitting.
Don't let the nice-guy-with-chocolate-curls-and-lughingblue-eyes look fool you – Roy is anything but. On anyone else, his crystal blue eyes could be considered soft and welcoming, perhaps a little startling, but on him? They're intense, and a better description than 'crystal blue' would be 'stormy blue', his eyes, which are slightly more sunken than would be considered normal, observe the world with a cool, calculating –at times intimidating- gaze. And yet if one observes them very closely, they will see they are detached. aloof from all the laughter. People say you eyes are the window to your soul. Who you are. And Roy has being detached from that person for a long time now. Now, he is no forger, but his identity has made quite a few changes from ten yeas prior. Hell, even is own name and appearance changed His agenda and his credit card doesn't receive money from a known source anymore
Formally known as Rolan Dale Moore. If you had met Roy back then you would have done quite a pirouette on the spot and stop yourself from noticing how clean shaved he looked compared to the the rugged look he sports nowadays always adorned with a trend smug. had had what could be called a boyish face, but now that he's lost all the "baby" fat, his face is thinner and more angular, with high cheekbones and a sharp chin which has a slight cleft in it. He has a proud forehead which is often marred with lines when he frowns or glares –which is more often than not, admittedly. He has a strong, non-protruding jaw, which makes his face oval rather than square. His hair is often a mess of chocolate curls, tumbling across his forehead at times. He hates it because it's so much like his father's. One figure that he has despised through out his life. On his demise Roy resembled his father in many ways. He can be just as stone cold crazy, cares more about the business than anything else.
Roy once worried about his reputation, but not in the maniac kind of way like his father. He wanted his father to be proud of what he did and achieved, but the more negative response he got the more he changed. Roy has done a lot of stupid things in the seventeen years he breathed the same air as his father. All he’s every wished for, was for people to accept him for who he is. He’s never done anything less than his absolute best. He’s clever Then his sister died Amy. It broke apart the family. …. … blah bah
(((( this part is still a work in progress )))
ROY IN A NUT SHELL
You have two choices from here; either you hate him or you can tolerate him.
The problem is his changing of personality every mili second. He never gives people enough time to try and figure him out. He couldn’t care less of what others might think of him, he’s more of a ‘you’ve-gotta-take-me-for-who-I-am’ type of person, but generally people hate him more than they can tolerate him. He can seem like a two-time cheating bastard who couldn’t care less about his friends, though that’s not always the truth.
He would do a lot for the people he cares for – of course he would do it his own way, which isn’t always the right way – and he wouldn’t take the credit. You could say he is self less in his own way. Contrary on popular belief, Roy hates when people think they owe him some sort of repayment or favour. He’s a master of getting caught at the wrong moment when he’s actually trying to do some good, and it’s never to his favour, but he’s satisfied with being the one knowing the truth. When everything comes down to that he just wants to see his few friends happy than earning their thanks.
Roy’s social skills are impeccable, that of a sales man. he could sell water in a flood.It comes with the precarious years of having dealt with people, and being a dealer well it's become a talent. But he doesn’t always use them as he could. He’s the type of person who knows how to bend and shape himself so that he can fit wherever he wants to. He observes, remembers and then he uses it on the floor when needed.
You see he is the type that will always make your head turn, giving him another glade to figure him out. And yet you can't. It could be mainly because he is not who he ply to be. Yet Calling Roy a pathological liar would be a huge exaggeration, but he doesn't mind lying as much as people do –or at all, to be honest, because really, it just comes naturally to him. He never did –and probably never will- have that little voice in his head called his "conscious" that told him he should feel guilty if he lies to an imposing figure, to his friend, to his parents or his brother. Or maybe he does have it – but if he does, he just chooses to ignore it, or muffle it as it were. Honestly? He just doesn't care.they are just little white lies No matter what the situation, no matter how big (or small) the lie is, he'll say it without batting an eyelash, without feeling guilt or regret, without any fluctuating of his tone that might imply that he is, in fact, lying; he perfected his ability to lie over the years so that, unless you threatened to castrate his family jewels or you're a mind-reader, it is highly unlikely that you'll be able to catch him out in a lie – or so he likes to believe, anyway, but then again what you like to believe and what's actually true can be two very different things.
Roy believes in better knowing what you talk about before opening your mouth, yet he is bold about it. The more you know the easier to get in. In fact he has his own little ways of making you rant, even if it seems he's the one doing all the talking. It might be an attractive quality. Yet, he’s better at adding enemies to his list than friends. He might seem like a sociable chap. Always there for a nice chat, amiable. But you need to earn his friendship, not the other way around.
You see, he thinks his own company is good enough, that he doesn’t need those kinds of friends. When he was younger he absolutely despised the people befriending him for his status or name, and trust me – he knew when you’ were a real friend and when you were not. Roy is more likely to be the person standing at the bar, pouring down one drink after the other waiting for people to come to him, than be the person who walks around the floor seeking out others. He’s not the life of the party,Unlike his best friend Ethan but he still knows how to make it interesting.