Roy is an INFP-T and, just like most people with this exact personality type, he could be quickly described as a quiet, private, free spirit. But he's more than that, of course. He's a very shy person who tends to stay out of the crowds where there's a potential for him to have to have chat with someone. If, for some reason, Roy has to have a word with someone, he will most likely wait the other person to start the conversation for him - because Roy starting a conversation... that could be awkward for everyone around!
Other than that, Roy is a guy with a lots of imagination, which can be seen from all those texts he's been writing on his journal. He can start from absolutely nothing and then come up with a whole new world inside his head! He dreams of publishing his own book one day, but is too afraid to talk about this dream of his. What if others would laugh at him? He's sensitive like that, too. He's also got a soft spot for well-written songs. The kind of songs that can make him smile, cry. The kind of songs that can make him feel all the pair or glory the writer that's been putting it all onto the paper. Sometimes Roy thinks about a local band performing his lyrics, but in the end he thinks it's too much.
If you are lucky enough to break through his cover, you'll notice Roy would make a great friend - or even a romantic interest, maybe? He never judges others people and, even though he is shy, this man won't hesitate giving a hand if someone really needs it; be it a old man slipped and fallen onto the ground or a little girl with a broken wheel on her tricyckle.
When you're looking at our Roy for the very first time, the one thing that pops up is the fact that he looks younger than he actually is. Roy himself finds this a blessing to him.
He's got light brown, messy hair and blue eyes. He's got silky-soft skin and his face got a slightly feminine build on it.
Roy doesn't think too much about himself and his looks - and he hates getting dressed up for why he always wears a t-shirt and a pair of jeans.
Roy has been living all his life in a small village, far away from New York and other big cities like that. For the first six months of his life, he was living with his mother, Rosalie and his father, Daniel who then later died in a car accident. Roy's got no memory of his father and his mother mourned over his dead husband for a couple of months in time. Roy was taken care by Rosalie's mother, Silvia, who enjoyed the time with the kid. Time, however, was flying and Roy grew up and, eventually, started going to school. He never got real friends, though, he was too shy. He was a good student, though.
Roy was almost 15 years old when his mother started dating a new man, Richard. Roy and him never got along, even though Roy really was trying. He knew his mother and Richard were a couple now, he knew the man was part of his family and he could not change it. The two just never turned out right. They fought a lot. Not in a physical way, though, but sometimes words can hurt even more than punches. In the end, Roy could enough of it and he's been living alone since then. Now, his mother and Richard have a child together (this would be a late age for both of them!), which makes Roy feel he's not even welcomed in that house, anymore.