Do they want to get married and/or have children? Why or why not?
At this point in time, Quill does not see himself married with or without children.
Ransom, coming from a large family, would like to have a large family of his own. He imagines a house in the country, filled with at least six kids, two dogs, and a variety of fish… Sometimes, he thinks he’d like to run his own farm and get away from city life altogether.
What is their weapon of choice? (It doesn’t necessarily have to be a physical weapon.)
Quill’s weapon of choice is words, of course. Ransom prefers not to be in a situation that requires weapons… However, he is trained to use and owns his own firearms.
What’s the nicest thing they’ve done for someone else, and why did they do it?
Have they ever been physically violent with someone, and what instigated it?
A fairly easygoing person, Quill has never found himself in a position where physical violence against someone else.
A retired veteran, Ransom now works in the cyber-crime unit of a local police station. While in the military, he found himself in situations where physical violence was the only way to insure he and his fellow soldiers lived to see another day.
Are they a rule-follower or a rebel?
Quill is a strict rule-follower, he believes that if there is a rule in place that it must have been created for a reason.
Ransom is the rebel of their age-group and was an instigator of many “adventures” during their youth. While he never broke any laws, Ransom is able to see when a rule is not good for a situation and react accordingly.
Are they organized or messy?
Quill is super organized except for when Ransom comes to visit and then all bets are off. Shoes left in the middle of the living room? You bet. Socks hanging from the lamp in the entry way? Yep. Refrigerator all out of whack? Definitely.
What makes them feel loved, and who was the last person to make them feel that way?
What do they eat for breakfast?
On mornings that he is scheduled to work, Quill has a breakfast of grape nuts cereal, some fruit, and a cup of fresh coffee.
Ransom is NOT a morning person. As such, he often just grabs a granola bar to eat on his commute and a cup of coffee when he arrives at the station.
Have they ever lost someone close to them? What happened?
Quill’s grandmother died of natural causes when he was eleven years old. They had always been close and he was absolutely devastated by her death.
What’s their treat of choice? (Or, if not food, how else do they reward themselves?)
Both men enjoy being outdoors and, whenever possible, escape from city life to hike through the woods, up a mountain, or just go camping.