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1: Belrose-Martel – ‘Would?’

Emanuel Belrose (Elder), Cherie Ashton (Adult), Luis Martel (Toddler)

Emanuel Belrose was not a family man by any means.  He had been married once, for a time, but that ended a long time ago.  He had only one child, a daughter who had ran off and married some performer type.  That had ended badly.  The union did beget a son, though… which was now thrown unceremoniously into Emanuel’s lap.

His ex-wife had died a few years back, so Emanuel was the only next of kin remaining.  His daughter’s death was unfortunate, but he preferred not to think about it.  He had tried to warn her away from that violent man, but she never listened.  Instead, she got herself killed and left behind her son for him to deal with.

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1: Cosaro – ‘Heart-Shaped Box’

Dominic Cosaro (Young Adult)

Dominic Cosaro is a simple guy with a simple life.  He was recruited by Aperture City’s sports league directly out of college, so he packed up and moved away from his family.  He wasn’t sad to leave them behind, they were complicated and messy.  Life was a lot more simple with them miles and miles away.

Settling in hadn’t been difficult, either.  The sports team paid amazingly well, so he was able to get a townhouse just a few blocks from the stadium.  He was truly living his dream.

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1: McMaster – ‘December’

Sheila McMaster (Elder), Patrick McMaster (Adult), Noreen McMaster (Adult), Kelly McMaster (Young Adult), Philip McMaster (Toddler)

Kelly McMaster entered her childhood home after several years away only to be hit with quite the shock–everything was gone.

“Oh, my God,” she gasped, standing in the middle of what was once the living room, “they took everything!”

She had returned to Aperture Valley because her father had died.  He was never sick, he didn’t show any signs of slowing down, he just dropped over one day and that was it.  He was dead.  By the time she arrived, it was the day of his funeral.  She didn’t have a chance to see the house until now with everything that had happened.

“Kelly?  We’re in here.”  It was her brother’s voice calling her into the kitchen.

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