Beggar/ Former Truck Driver
The definition of neutral. Greg doesnt use the generic moral compass as his terms of decision making. He does things for himself, fuck everyone else. As far ad he was concerned, no one else bothered to help him, why should he help others?
Greg has a very cynical way of looking at life, finding the negatives even in the positive moments. If he does take a liking to someone, Greg is very loyal, but is generally skeptical of most people.
Greg grew up in a single parent household, his mother dying early in his life. His father raised him on His own, despite being a raging alcoholic. A trait that would be picked up by Greg later on in life. In highschool Greg was the number one quarter back for his football team, even aqcuiring several scholatships in the process. Unfortunately, a knee injury ended his college career early.
After losing his scholarship, Greg decided to drive delivery trucks to make some money. His knee still gave him problems, so manual labor was out of the question. Around 28 Greg met a woman named Natalie, who eventually he married, the two.of them having a son of their own. Though, the marriage lasted roughly two years, ending after the sudden and unexpected death of their infant son. It wasnt long after that Greg's life spiraled into an alcoholic wreck. He lost his job and his licence from several drunk driving charges, soon after his house and car.
At this point, at 42, Greg was homeless, a nobody. A desperate drifter that resorted to begging in order to survive. It wasnt much of a life, and at times Greg hoped it would end. Very frequent short stints in prison would keep him warm, and most of all, fed. But for now he was on the streets of Atlanta, just trying to survive. Little did he know, there was a second chance right around the corner.
Privileged, Preppy, Rich kid. Has a bint of arrogance to him but is overall a sweet kid. He was very sheltered growing up, so he is clueless about some aspects of life.