- South Park (3)
He has always enjoyed his job. It was clean, it was safe and it paid well. Though the drill was always the same, get a little note with a name and sometimes a photo, find out everything you can about them, get to know them and then, after hours lost in perfecting a plan, hit your target. Sometimes spice it up a little bit, go to the scene close up and do the dirty job, take care of a politician, make sure a drug supply goes well. Whatever paid at that moment.
At times it got the best of him. Get to know our target, but don't start to emphasize with them. Not necessarily agreeing with your orders. Trying to mix a little bit of normal life into the huge mess that your work is. It gets hard. Just do your job, well and clean, leave no traces behind. Do what you're told.
He tried to never make mistakes, perfecting every plan and every kill, but that simply isn't possible. And so he passed his curse onto another person, pulling him into this mess that he created.
Will he get out of everything as smoothly as possible?
Is he capable of fixing his own mistakes?
Will he reach the throne?
A biology major, who's deathly afraid of the dark and has the mind of an academic genius but a real-life 15-year-old. A design major who could master any instrument you'd put in his hands and work the brush like no other but will run away in a whim when presented with an equation. Hand in hand, they've flown through life together since they can remember. Well, since high school. But the world was always a bit brighter with the other one by their side.
They are spoiled, they're beyond ignorant and they can get whatever their hearts desire. That's the way they present themselves. When the whole world thinks that everything is just one call to daddy away, they wouldn't want to show everyone the ugly side of their lavish lifestyles.