In the first age, in the first battle, when the shadows first lengthened, one stood.
Burned by the embers of armageddon, his soul blistered by the fires of Hell and tainted beyond ascension, he chose the path of perpetual torment.
In his ravenous hatred he found no peace; and with boiling blood he socoured the Umbral Plains seeking vengeance against the Dark Lords who had wronged him.
He wore the crown of the Night Sentinels, and those that tasted the bite of his sword named him...
the Doom Slayer.
United Nations Space Marine
King of Hell's Kadingir Sanctum
Gender: Doomguy (he/him/his)
Wil doesn't give a rat's ass about labels when it comes to either of these things. He is who he is. Nothing else matters. It's always been that way with him.
(Doodle by Fick)
Scars: So Many.
Brands: A Lot.
Mood: Perpetually Pissed, needs a nap
William Joseph "BJ" Blazkowicz [great-grandfather]
World War 2 hero, slayer of Nazis, scourge of Germany.
William Joseph David "Four" Blazkowicz IV [son]
Son of Wil and Shaw. Born on Mars.
Tempered by the fires of hell, his iron will remained steadfast through the passage that preys upon the weak. For he alone was the Hell Walker, the Unchained Predator, who sought retribution in all quarters, dark and light, fire and ice, in the beginning and the end. And he hunted the slaves of Doom with barbarous cruelty; for he passed through the divide as none but demon had before.
Sergeant William Blazkowicz was a dutiful space Marine until he disobeyed orders to mow down civilians and was court-martialed for his insubordiation. Facing life in a prison work camp, which would be short and full of abuse, or a stint as a TranStar volunteer on Talos 1, he chose to sign his name on the paper and give himself up to an uncertain future of medical tests. Upon his arrival, he was immediately surgically muted, along with the rest of his batch. Alex Yu was tired of hearing screaming. This went over very poorly with the crew, and was not a procedure repeated on any further incoming volunteers.
After surviving far longer than average, Wil was beginning to give up hope and slip away. That's when a young psionically active man named Shaw showed up and changed his life, saving him in the process.
With earth destroyed and the remnants of humanity spread between Talos 1 and the moon base, the UAC facilities on Mars, and the Nazi stronghold on Venus, the future is uncertain. Now a free man, at least to an extent, Wil happily lives with his husband and their son on Mars. His paperwork is held by Shaw, but it's not an imbalanced relationship, nor the only reason he stays with his partner. He's more subdued than he was before all the medical testing, but his valorous actions in the fight against the Apex typhon, saving the last of humanity alongside Morgan Yu, had him branded the Doomslayer, much to Samuel Hayden's chagrin.
Wil has been, without his knowledge, a test subject yet again, the Praetor armor he was given and has used to fight for so long now being an artifact pulled straight from hell. It has branded him with its mark, and he is slowly losing control of himself and his sparsely remaining sanity to the powers of hell.
In the future, a throne awaits him. He's completey unaware of the role he is to play in the coming days.
For now, he's just a broken man, driven insane by the constant brain surgeries and experimentation that nearly took his life, and left fundamentally altered by his exposure to argent energy.
Present Day, Earth-
Wil Blazkowicz was wounded in Afghanistan and came home to life in the US without his voice. Unsure of what to do with himself, he began to travel North America, and decided to spend some time in Canada just to see what a change of pace would do for him. It's there he met a man who called himself Fiction. The little bookstore became a favorite place to visit, and before too long, the pair were inseperable.
Wil and Shaw are married, and have a young son together. Wil works evenings as a security guard, which bores him significantly. His lack of voice makes doing other things difficult. He's lonely because of how hard it is for him to make friends, and his refusal to learn ASL does not help.
Sergeant Wil Blazkowicz, a US Marine, is in the heart of the action in the Pacific theater. A veteran of the Great War, the old Jarhead is a decorated warrior with nerves of steel and a glimmer of crazed energy in his eyes that suggest he's a bit too enthused by his job. Island hopping, jungle temperatures, and rat holes do little to shake his confidence.
He was born for this.
Open to more.
Able to write any of Wil's ancestors, too.