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GCA Christmas Writer Meme: Lyn*~THE CHOSEN VICTIM~*
Give us a name, and maybe a bit of knowledge of him/her. Make sure they know that this is... like a "test" of sorts, there's no backing out of it until they're done going through all of this. If you must, lock them in.
Name: Lyn Bryan
Personality: Lyn is kind, outgoing, and friendly. He always enjoys making new friends. His easygoing and upbeat attitude has often drawn people to him.
He doesn't like to see people getting into trouble or breaking rules, but he has been known to let small infractions slide. More often than not he finds it hard to be angry with someone, unless that person has dealt grievous harm to someone else. Aside from those things, he tries his best to ensure that everyone around him is doing what they are supposed to, as well as trying to resolve disputes peacefully.
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