Tiberus Herefond was born on the 21st October 1990,born and raised in a small village in Berkshire, England. He attended school since the age of 4 years old, and went onto study History, Science, Russian, and other subjects. At the age of 13 his mother, Jane Herefond was killed in a fatal collision on a country road just outside of Reading. A few days later his Dad, Allen Herefond was killed in action fighting on the front line in Afghanistan on April 2nd 2003.
He went to live with his godmother, a single women with no care in the world for Tiberus. At the age of 16 1/2, Tiberus left school and started his training at AFC Harrogate, Hoping to get into the British Army. At the age of 18 he started his infantry training at ITC Catterick. He then passed P Company and got into the Parachute Regiment at the age of 19. He was put forward for the sniper course and passed it with flying colours, and known as the highest scoring sniper on selection in the British Army to date. Shortly afterwards in 2009 he did his first tour in Afghanistan. After 6 months he returned home with the sudden urge to go back and fight. He went on tour with both 2 Para and 3 Para continously. Staying out in the Warzone with only one month at home in between. After 3 years of Service and 3 tours, he took part in and passed Special Air Service selection. Now a member of the 23rd SAS he went on his first Tour of Afghanistan with the SAS.
During his first tour he added an additional 173 kills to his already high 281 recorded kills from previous tours. After another month at home he did his second tour in Afghanistan and his last. Near the end of his tour his squad members managed to get wiped out in an unexpected IED blast while moving in on an assault in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. It sent shrapnel through his skin and flesh, leaving scars on his legs, chest and a single scar on his face. After being flown back to England, several months of recovery, and constantly suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, he went back into service, but with a few ex-servicemen from all around the world to help fight ISIS in late 2013. After a year of fighting he performed counter insergency ops between the borders of Russia and Ukraine, adding another 231 kills to his kill count. Making him the deadliest sniper in history. He is still a distinguished member of the Special Air Service and looking to move on to the work of a mecenary.
23rd Special Air Service Sniper. 20 years of Service to the British Armed Forces
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Royal Blue, light blue, Scars on his face and body, green eyes, always wears clothes.
Open to role-playing