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Hey all! Thanks for taking the time to check out this post!

 

So as the title states, 'Deadmen MC' is an idea I have brewing up that is in the early stages of development. I'd like to move ahead with a new Faction Proposal for the Backwaters/CD sims but need three members in order to get the group off the ground.

Here's a taste of the backstory i've cooked up so far, just to give you some basic information of what the club is and how it all started:

In 1952,The Deadmen Motorcycle Club was founded by Randalph 'Raspy' Rankin alongside his two best friends David 'Bulldozer' Bristol and Kyle 'Sane' Russel. All three men were soldiers who'd returned from Germany after the end of World War II. Like a lot of men returning from the war, they all came back with a myriad of different mental health issues. These issues caused the men to have a hard time readjusting to their family lives, causing them to feel estranged from those who hadn't undergone the same horrors they did. This led the group of friends to find solace in one another's company. They needed an escape from their lives at home, not only for their own sake, but the sake of their families. This led them all to purchasing motorcycles, where they found further peace while riding together.

 

This led the small group of friends to various bars where they encountered like-minded men who faced them same issues they did, but who also found some form of enjoyment and sense of freedom from riding. The group of men were re-shaped by war and had grown cold and hard as a result, but only toward outsiders and people who didn't think like them, or those of whom didn't endure the same things they had. They'd begun hearing stories of big Motorcycle Clubs such as 'Hells Angels' and they decided it was time to form their own club.

 

The men officially formed the first charter for The Deadmen Motorcycle Club in 1952, New Orleans, Lousiana:

Randalph 'Raspy' Ranking - President

David 'Bulldozer' Bristol - Vice President

Kyle 'Sane' Russel - Sergeant At Arms

Logan 'Goldtooth' Bishop - Treasurer

Jared 'J-roc' Sims - Road Captain

Peter 'Piston' Andrews - Secretary

 

The Deadmen quickly expanded their ranks, putting their heads together to come up with unique and often illegal ways to make money and to keep their addled minds stimulated. A large portion of their illegal funds came from bootlegging, prostitution and extortion/security gigs. These activities gave the men that thrill that they craved since being shipped back home after the end of the war. Always covering their tracks in ways that made it so the local authorities could only follow bread-crumb trails which ultimately led them nowhere. Another vital reason these men worked so well together was because of their comradery, which only grew stronger as they continued to work together. Over the years they'd grown quite a reputation for themselves, which only bolstered their numbers and caused the club to become more well-known to the general public.

 

If this sounds like something you or a character of yours would be interested, please respond. Otherwise, feel free to leave some comments about what you think, etc!

 

Thanks!

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