Age: 31 years
D.O.B: April 24
Born in: Israel
Current Residence: somewhere in the USA
Build: short, unimpressive posture
Clothes: usually in a button short w/ tie or suspenders. Always wears red converse no matter the occasion.
Really really really fast runner and good at hiding from people
Can survive falling down a very steep cliff *coughHaileycough*
Handy with fixing appliances
Can con someone out of practically anything.
Speaks English pretty well (but doesn’t know the alphabet)
Speaks with a New York accent (but comes from Israel and has never been to New York)
Is trying to invent a flying bike
Has incredibly bad luck
Not a legal citizen but no one really cares to care
Nickname is T-95 (long story)
Mordechai’s another one of my two-sided characters, as he also is in my more serious story line, “Proper Villainy”, but in ‘Politically Incorrect’ I use a version of him created for an improved story started at my school with a group of friends.
Mordechai works in the witness protection department of a (probably unauthorized) organization that handles all the incredibly ridiculous cases no one else wants to do. He’s one of the senior agents there, but because he just sort of fails at life, he usually gets left behind at the base to clean the windows or file paperwork….
Mordechai is the main victim of Florian and Chadrik’s attacks. He never gets an hour of peace and is locked in an eternal state of paranoia. Chadrik is dead set on killing him while Florian basically just plays cat-and-mouse. In fact, if Mordechai didn’t scream bloody murder and run the opposite way every time he saw Florian, Florian would probably be trying to make friends with him instead of tormenting him.
Mordechai is easily intimidated and a bit of a push-over, unless he can get really fired up and passionate about something. Usually, you can get him to do anything you want him to do for you though with little retaliation.
Mordechai is also one of my favorites among my characters... which is pretty much why he gets picked on all the time....
Note: This group of characters is not meant to follow complete and total logic. Just go with it. :I
The fact he's from Israel but has the New York accent is all part of that. If I went back to when I originally came up with him, and the story line with which he was involved, he would make any less sense then he does now.
But as I said, Politically Incorrect is just a side group of characters I had, not focused on historical or logical facts, but simply there for the fun of character interactions.
Mordechai is a protagonist. The only antagonists are a charatcer by the name of Chadrik Schmidt and life in general.