Hey, to all my friends with Freelancer OCs, I got an idea for a story prompt. Here goes:
Your Freelancer is dead. The final curtain. Dead as a doornail, as the phrase goes. Or maybe not, maybe they're just done with the whole deal, fed up with the war or just plain unable to go on. Whatever the case, your Freelancer is done. Dead, quit, it doesn't matter. They ain't a fighter any more. That's it. The final curtain. But what happened?
Was it fighting against impossible odds? Holding the line so their comrades could live another day? Dead or injured beyond repair, leaving them either mentally or physically broken?
Or did they succumb to the inner demons? Break a code of honor or just plain break under the stresses and torment of war?
I know how my own Agent Pennsylvania would go out, but if you could choose a way for your own to leave, what would it be?
Not necessarily personal canon, of course. This doesn't have to be how they go out "for real" if you ever do want to nail that door shut on their story.
Oh EEEEE, responses!
"Till Death Do Us Part" by [link]
"Someday I'll Go Where There Ain't No Rain Or Snow" by [link]