|Full Name:||Wyatt Brian Slack|
|Date of Birth:||09/15/94|
- Kami: So you know how everybody says going to Burning Man will change your life? Well... yeah.
- Kinfolk: Yeah, my family is full of furry rage machines. But at least the political debate is ...lively.
- Community Activism: The world isn't going to save itself. It's up to us to do the job, starting with each other.
- Partying: The first soul you have to save is your own. And nothing does that like letting go.
- Politics: Don't call me a liberal. I'm an agrarian ecological collectivist. Liberal is about ten miles to the right of me.
- Streetwise: You can't make a thing better if you're not a part of that thing.
- Walking Zen: The world just seems like a more peaceful, relaxed place near Wyatt.
- Trusting: To the point of stupidity at times. Wyatt believes in people and the goodness thereof, even if it is buried deep.
- Smoke and Barley is where Wyatt works now, at least part time. Dishes ain't gonna wash themselves!
- Fred - Nice guy. Really big nice guy. Seems to have his head on straight.
- Halle - Somebody who actually gets it. And is farther down the road.
- Sergei - Seriously chill, all things considered. There's depth there. Also: Awakened vodka! WANT!
- Faith - Ironically, her name is her need. All things will work out sooner or later, sister.
Wyatt keeps a battered, leather-bound old-fashioned journal in his truck. If a character searches said truck and has a reason to find it (in the tool box behind the cab), you can consider these entries IC knowledge.
April 13 - 2018
Well, this should be fun! I talked to Lucie about building some guest cabins at the homestead and as it turns out, the DF agrees it would be a good idea. I'm going to try to source as much reclaimed lumber and fittings as I can for them but a few things will have to be bought. But more importantly, I can use this project as proof of concept for what I want to do in the city itself. Not to mention building up good will with the cousins. Probably going to have to draft some volunteers, but providing food and booze (after the work is done) is always popular at a barn raising.
Also, I am still ...growing into myself. Some of that growth is disconcerting. But it's hard to be worried when what is happening is Her will.