Sir Augustus Moran [Father, Deceased]
Susan Moran [Mother, Deceased]
Sebastian Moran [Brother]
Alan Stark [Husband, Deceased]
Patience Moran is a friendly person whom is willing to help out others when she can. She tries her best to be as friendly and polite as possible to the people she meet but at the same time, Patience can easily be angered and will quickly become rather hostile and spiteful if she does not like you.
Patience is a ambitious person and always strive to do her best and get to the top, unless doing so would harm those in her family,
Patience has a strong sense of loyalty to her family, and see that it is the most important thing in her life. She is willing to do anything to protect them even if it means breaking the law.
While she is willing to break the law to protect her family, Patience has a strong sense of duty and dedication to her work. It is the second most important thing in her life and she will do it to the best of her ability unless she thinks that doing her job would threaten her family.
Patience has a bit of idea on her brothers work as a assassin, but mostly ignores it and whenever she is working and believes that the perpetrator was her brother she would attempt her best at concealing that information. Patience does feel guilty about her actions, but she see's it that protecting her family is more important that her job.
Patience prefers to try and see the good in people, she believes that people are inherently good, but life simply makes it that we all have to do terrible terrible things.
Patience has anger issues and can very easily loose her temper. If enraged, Patience's behavior becomes random and erratic, operating by instinct instead of rational thought.
While having a decent intellect, Patience is also very reckless, she can easily act before thinking about what she is doing, and this can be problematic at times.
5 Feet 6 Inches
- Trustworthy most of the time
- Anger management issues
- Loyalty to brother can cause her break laws
- Extremely hostile if angered
Patience is the second child of Sir Augustus Moran and Susan Moran, younger sister to Colonel Sebastian Moran and widow to one Alan Stark.
She had a rather close relationship to her older brother and always looked up to him as a example, she admired her brother, but now she tries to stay as far away from him as possible due to his actions. She still will do what ever she can to protect him if she thinks that he is involved in a crime, but refuses to speak or be near him any more.
She believes that her brother is a despicable human being, but since it is her brother, she must do her best to help him out when necessary.
Patience was married to one Alan Stark in the past, but the marriage was a abusive one. Eventually, Patience mentioned it to her brother. This was before she knew about his work as a assassin, and thus she did not realize that she had just signed her husband death. Alan died soon after Patience informed her brother. Patience was glad that Alan was gone from her life, but at the same time when she realized it was her brother whom killed him, she felt guilty, seeing that he indirectly caused his death.
Patience works as a police sergeant, she is dedicated to her job, but at the same time she is willingly to intentionally destroy a investigation if she believes that her brother is the person whom committed the crime and that there was a chance it would lead back to him. She does not like what she is doing, but she believes her loyalty to her brother to be more important than justice, by now even if she wanted to stop helping him out, she was too deep into it. She had already became a accomplice in too many of his crimes, while she never actually killed anyone, she has covered up or help destroy alot of evidence.
Patience will do her best in every investigation apart from the ones she believes her brother is involved in. She sees that doing her best can be a way to partially make up for her actions. Patience does despise herself at times for helping out her brother, she regrets doing it, but she has been doing it for so long she the sense of guilt and regret has dulled.