Güray Hatipoğlu, M. Sc.

Fictional Profiles

DISCLAIMER: THE CHARACTERS HERE ARE PURELY FICTIONAL, THERE IS NO REAL RELATION WITH ANY REAL PEOPLE WITH THE SAME CHARACTERISTICS OTHER THAN COINCIDENCE!

Name

Atilla (#02)

Profession

Civil structural engineer

Age

24

Intelligence

High social and kinesthetic

Height

180 cm (5.9’)

Temperament

High temper

Size

Medium

Mood

Self-confident

Health

Fully healthy

Attitude

Responsible

Assets

Motorbike

Self-knowledge

Moderate

Family

Mother, father (deceased three years ago)

Appearance

Moderately long black curved hair, lumberjack beard, dark and simple clothes

Flaws

Moderate adrenaline addiction, disinclination

Unconscious aspects

Escapes from the ordinary

Sexual preferences

Heterosexual male

Social preferences

Preferring group activities

Gait/Posture

Slight forward lean, rapid gait

Birthplace / date

İzmir / May 1997

Voice

Baritone, high volume

Education

Undergraduate Degree

Muscular status

Moderate

Hobbies

Motor race, gym

Lifestyle

Social and popular, Single

Beliefs/values

Muslim without practicing, in-group favoritism

Curriculum vitae:

 

He was born in a middle-income family devoted to raising him. Since the overall health status of the family was good and the healthy life habits were at least moderately followed (no smoking, light alcohol consumption, exercising, yoga), this devotion provided him with many opportunities unbeknownst to his peers. He learned English, took classic guitar courses, family-trained in politics and complex systematic thinking. When these were combined with his social skills and body control, he was the most popular throughout his life in his social milieu. However, his parents were dull. They were doing the same thing all their lives, so he developed a considerable persistence problem.

There were three things in his life that seem to be exceptions to this trend, albeit not in reality. He could sustain attendance to his group activities, as the dynamics of groups slightly change with time; he was able to attain a civil engineering degree and became a professional as it requires a multi-dimensional approach to almost all relevant problems. Finally, the motor races. One may conjecture that the races and opponents are always different; however, there is more to that.

His parents were supportive and willing to do as much as they can for their beloved son, but they did not become friends with him and nurture their relationship. They were their long-lasting social network and expected their son to from his own. This was stable until his father saw many child-parent issues from their friends because of the weak connection between them. One used drug, another abused her parents, and yet another alienated himself. As a preventive attempt, his father suggested purchasing a motorbike as soon as he approached 17 to drive a motorbike together. Our character never really got into it as he saw it as something to be taught by his parents with again dull nature. His father talked to him, watched explosive action movies together, and introduced him to motorbike acrobatics and many other ways to no avail. One day his father opened to him about the purpose of all these failed attempts in a sentimental voice, although it did not reach him. However, the next day he died of a stroke. Even if he thought he was indifferent to his father, he was depressed. He went through the process of obtaining a motorbike driving license. After that, whenever he used the motorbike he felt the presence of his father. Hence, the attachment to now his motorbike and his outstanding expertise.