- "See what happens when you nap? The world turns on its head."
Christopher Andrews is a young man from Western Massachusetts. Born before the Great War, he was cryogenically frozen the day the bombs were launched, thanks to his parents and their part as Vault-Tec scientists.
Having been born in Pre War times, Christopher grew up with traditional conservative American values. He is quick to defend himself and will attack whatever issue he deals with with all resources available to him with cool efficiency.
Equipment and SkillsEdit
Chris' outfit consists of a ballistic vest with white "111" on the back and smaller on the collar. Over it is a navy blue trench coat and red scarf for winter weather resistance. He wears a white thermal shirt under his vest and black winter pants and boots.
- AE-11 laser pistol with 20 cell charge
- .308 Scoped Combat Rifle
- Combat knife
- Shock baton
- Medical Kit
- Freeze Dried Meals
- Nuka Colas
- Vault 111 Canteen
- Chris' Pipboy is a compacted model of the 3000 series with similar functions to the Mark 4.
- Swiss Army Knife
- Autoheat Pot: Using electrical heating technology in a compacted form and using fusion cells, a single cell can boil 50 quarts of water, with the water capacity capped at one quart in the pot.
Having little knowledge in Surviving the Wasteland, though a quick study, Chris' strong suit is in his Science and academics, having been an Honors student. His extracurriculars included the Army ROTC, in preparation for active service after graduation, which gave him familiarity with battlefield tactics and use of various firearms, as well as physical endurance and strength.
Christopher was born to parents of scientific background. When the Sino-American War was at its peak, Vault-Tec commissioned his parents to aid in the development of Vault 111 in Western Massachusetts. It was there that they had their house built with an underground bunker and an emergency cryogenic chamber installed for their son, with emergency protocols programmed into their Mister Handy in case of signs of nuclear detonations and him not able to be moved into the Vault in time.
Most of Christopher's childhood consisted of the traditional American suburban setting. His high school career was where his interest in joining the military was incensed through anti-communist and pro-American propaganda. "Recommend" by his guidance councilor, he joined his high school's Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps and learned U.S. military history, physical fitness, and marksmanship.
On the Saturday of his eighteenth birthday, he woke up hearing sirens and feeling the shake of atomic impact. Without warning, his family's Mister Handy, Alerton, took him into the bunker and put him in the cryogenic chamber. His parents were already in the Vault prior to this, apparently working and unable to extract him in time.
He awoke two hundred years later, finding weapons, armor, and months worth of supplies already prepared for him.