Character Name: Vladimir Pozharnik
Sexual Orientation: Pansexua
Skills: Arson, Knitting, and Sewing
Weapons: Kalashnikov Rifle, Fire Ax
Equipment: Red Zippo lighter, a black backpack which contains a few cans of food, a reusable water bottle, and a change of clothes.
Theme Song: Evanescence - Thoughtless
Personality: Vladimir’s experience when he was younger led to an obsession with fire, with controlling it, and using it to hurt other people. He craves power and dominance, but above all else, he craves acceptance. He is incredibly self conscious, and spends most of his time away from other people so they won’t see the terrible condition of his face and skin. He switches between the beliefs that he deserves love and adoration despite his appearance, and that he deserves to be an outcast and should stop hoping someone might accept him.
After the resurrection ritual he performed for Vincent he became very sluggish and tired, staying away from other people and falling into a pit of depression.
Bio: Vladimir was born in Russia to a wealthy family, and lived a normal and happy life until he was 11, when his older brother, Balthazar, accidentally set the house ablaze. Vladimir, like most of his family, was asleep when the fire started, and were trapped inside. Balthazar escaped quickly, but Vladimir wasn't rescued until after he had gotten third and second degree burns across most of his body. Nobody expected him to survive.In the fire he lost his left eye, and after he healed he was covered in grotesque scars. Vladimir spent the rest of his childhood in foster care, and was typically outcast and abused due to his looks. He was separated from his brother, which was undoubtedly for the best. After the fire he grew an intense hatred for his brother, blaming him for their family's death and Vladimir's suffering.