Big Train Nov 12, 2016 23:27:25 GMT
Post by Big Train on Nov 12, 2016 23:27:25 GMT
"FLOAT LIKE A CANNON BALL, STING LIKE A SHARK! YOU KNOW I'M THE FRIGGIN' BEST!"
Carnitos (Play on Carnitas, meaning "little meat")
Big Train, BT, Big T, Chicken Parm Champion, The Man That Gravity Knew Too Well
Silvery white, at the moment.
6'4, 285 lbs. Has just as much fat as muscle, and he has a lot of muscle.
He now wears a white doji with sleeves that were ripped off, leaving a little fray around the edges. On the left side of the doji's breast was the Zen School logo and on the right was the galactic patrol symbol. On the back of the doji lied an even larger depiction of the Zen School logo, right in the center of his massive back.
Take Goku's innocence, drive and hidden potential + Ox King's body type + a smidge of Dan's(from Street Fighter) incompetiance + a (very) small dash of Bacterian
Carnitos never really had a family or a home of his own. You see, he was an orphan. He bounced from orphanage to orphanage due to his "bad behavior". But he was really never bad, he was picked on constantly. He always got into all the trouble simply because of his extreme size for his age. There was only one thing that ever really inspired Big Train. And that was martial arts! He would escape his woes by digging into the latest "MARTIAL ARTISTS MONTHLY" magazine. He's now a lifelong subscriber after finding a dusty old copy when playing outside as a young lad. However all the other kids had a field day with this. Big Train was big indeed. But he was "fat" as the bullies would put it. "How could a fatty like you ever do martial arts?" was often the question. "Maybe they were right" he would come to think, because the fact is that he was just too shy to actually take classes.
Whenever all eyes were on him, he would simply freeze and crumble into the fetal position. That is until a faithful day at the "One Zeni" store. That's where he found a cheap luchador mask and that’s when his alter ego, "Big Train" was born. The name was an easy choice, as train spotting was one of his favorite passtimes. There have been many masked martial artists and heroes throughout time and he would be the next one. This mask was the key to break past his shyness. So he bought it and headed straight for the nearest dojo. He barged in and exclaimed, "I'M THE BIG TRAIN AND I'M THE BEST FIGHTER YOU'LL EVER TRAIN!". Safe to say the elderly fitness club that were exercising there at the time were quite confused. But the dojo master, a middle aged man named Bai Fang, was a man with a big heart. He found Big Train amusing and invited him to train without a single question about his mask.
To Bai’s surprise (and Big Train's), he quickly started to improve, eventually outclassing all of Bai's other students, even the adults. So Bai took the next logical step, he enrolled him in the next "Junior World Martial Arts Tournament". Big Train steamrolled to the finals where he faced his first true test. A young female monk named Paopao. But nothing would stop him and though it was the first true trial of his young martial artist’s life. He persevered and won it all, becoming the best junior warrior in the world.
Bai, having nothing left to teach him, instructed him to go out and find a new teacher that can teach him even more. Bai had become the father figure that Big Train never had. But with a sorrow parting, Big Train set out on his adventure. He was excited, not sure of where to go first. The Turtle Hermit School? Their rivals The Crane School? He's read about them all in his magazines. But wherever he goes from here, he'll never stop until he's the greatest.