Bio: Well here is the story of Happy, this man used to be a man that could find the best in any person or situation. He had a heart of gold and a soul to go with it, this man served the USMC as a Chaplin and served in the endangered company that would become forever known as the Minutemen. During the years this man has tried his best to remain like his namesake and keep that smile across his face, though the years of combat and funerals for his friends and allies have taken it’s toll on Happy’s mind, soul and body. His faith has been in question for many years and he has had to break more then a few commandments through the years, how he is still able to be a priest is a miracle in itself and the fact the Happy can even still manage to bring a smile upon his war torn face is a mystery. He has served the Patriots proudly as a spiritual advisor and mentor for the younger members who are trying to maintain their humanity through the troubles of war, though even though he was gifted with the pill that many of the Patriots have been awarded with, Happy just had enough of the killing, enough of the burials and enough of the war. He resigned from the Sons of Liberty (Freedom Patriots) and went to minister in a small church in rural America. Though sadly for Happy the war was not done wit him and through the years and many troubled and sleepless nights, he felt that his true place was beside his former commander and brother, he dwell’d on and prayed for an answer to his troubled soul and when he turned the news on and heard about the fighting inside Seattle he knew the Lord had given him his answer and his place was with Kirby once again. Happy just silently packed his bags, said his final Mass, lighted a few prayer candles for those that departed during the battle and got in his car and headed west for Seattle. Happy once again put on his uniform and picked up his riffle to fight alongside his friend and commander, his faith still being questioned but his dedication to the cause and to the people have relit a spark within Happy that he hasn’t felt in many years. This man will be forced in the coming weeks to make some serious choices and his soul will be marked once again but for all Chaplin’s of the military they are forced to keep a balance between humanity and the beast, they must be there to keep the spirits of their men high, make sure they die with dignity and a clean soul though for the Chaplin their souls are forever marked as they become the sin eaters and if they are to die in battle they hope their dedication and acts on the earth will grant them access to the eternal rest in Heaven. Well for Happy he has dedicated his life as a servant of God, and for his service he has been shown nothing but blood, abandonment, death, war and has felt the dark grasp of anger and hate come across him. He has been questioning his own faith and he is not sure if the garments he wears are no nothing more then a costume, but for his fellow Minutemen they still mean something and he is willing to wear that fake smile and go on as business as normal for the sake of his brothers. Happy I feel your pain my brother, this war has taken it’s toll on all of us and I can only imagine what you have gone through and what you have seen through the years. Though trust me my fellow comrade, we are fighting for a just cause and this war might have taken many innocent lives, in the end this is bigger then all of us.