Reversed baseball cap, aviator sunglasses, short pants, over sized pistols and too much ammo, and he's over weight to boot, lol. Amused, his story just kind of wrote itself. Here it is:
Guns. Ammo. Donuts, and me.
That's all that's needed to maintain the Emperor's peace.
That fine 'treatise' on Imperial Law (Look out Ravenor!) was penned by the none-to-imaginative Tony, a former denizen of the almost lawless society of Gunmetal City on Scintilla. Once employed in the 'loss prevention' department of one of the citiy's many foundries, Tony came to the attention of the Inquisition when one of their secure and capture raids went awry. The quarry, known as [CLASSIED] entered the foundry of Tony's employment in an attempt to elude capture. However [CLASSIFIED] was discovered soon thereafter, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds, and drowning in his own blood. Meanwhile Tony was rooting thru his pockets searching for stolen 'product'.
Tony was taken in for questioning in regards to his sudden involvement in the incident. Mainly in an attempt to salvage something from the debacle. [CLASSIFIED] was the best (and now very dead) lead in a now ruined 3 year investigation of a guns-for-heretics smuggling operation. Tony's simple minded devotion to his duty (as it gave him even more of a justification to shoot people than that of the average Metallican) lead to the obvious conclusion that he shot [CLASSIFIED] well before asking any questions.
Nominally one of Gunmetal City's 'Regulators' (what passes for local law enforcement), Tony was little more than an employed Thug/Gunslinger. However, in light of the failed operation, the Inquisition suddenly had a few openings into their roster and Tony was hired to offer him the chance to 'repent for his failure to the Inquisition.' His new team however isn't so sure that its either Tony's simple minded outlook on his 'guilt' or the license to kill people outside of Gunmetal City that won him over to their cause. No, they (rightly) believe that it's the Inquisition's access to a seemingly endless supply of all of the deep fried, sugar glazed and jelly filled confections that Scintilla has to offer. Needless to say, it doesn't take an Inquisitor to notice Tony's ever expanding waistline...
lol, as you can tell, I miss playing Dark Heresy. We need to fix that Neverness and Red Bird...