Dresden's Little Monster.
"We're going to attack yourSpoiler: That didn't go too well.
town, and kill everyone in
"Now, children. Get along."
Flashy camo paint easily draws attention on him if he wants it - he has an uncanny ability to blend in with his environment easily if he wants to remain unseen.
Allegedly built in the North. No one seems to remember him in its southern parts, but he claims the reason for this is that he lived there "ages ago". Further up north, he is more (in)famous, after spending some years terrorizing the inhabitants.
In this unfamiliar territory, he didn’t know where to go next. He could only rely on Siren — the last tank anyone should rely on when it came to anything but killing. The little E-25 claimed to know his way around here, claimed he had been in these parts before. But just going to wherever he … suspected teams hadn’t worked well for them, so far.Siren isn't shy when it comes to talking about his past, but his narrative tends to be hard to follow. The stories are disjointed and sometimes contradictory; details get exaggerated or emphasized to the point where he forgets the "plot" of the story he was trying to tell. He doesn't make a secret of the fact that some parts of the tales he tells are completely made up. Even his brothers aren't entirely sure what really happened before they met him, but neither have the patience to filter out the truth from his ramblings. The double zero insignia on his side seems to be a remainder of his past. He always makes sure to have it visible, fixing the paint if necessary. Curiously, this is one thing he doesn't talk about at all, even when prodded.
"People always shoot down my ideas and I'm sick of it. Two sentences in and everyone's already shouting 'what the fuck that's illegal', or 'you can't do that'. Let me talk dear god."