Ernesto Gomez

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<infobox> <title source="name"> <default>Ernesto Gomez</default> </title> <image source="image">

</image> <group> <label>Aliases</label> <label>Banter level</label> <label>Location</label> <label>Age</label> <label>Affiliations</label> <label>Past affiliations</label> </group> <group> <header>Physical description</header> <label>Height</label> <label>Dick length</label> <label>Mental disorders</label> </group> </infobox> Ernest Berzins or as he is better known as Shotgun9009 is a semi-fictional character existing in the realm of Latvia, an unstable land which ceases to exist at moments and continues to exists at others. Ernests is a pretty average Americanised Latvian - he likes and appreciates gaming, he goes to the cinema to enrich his knowledge about movies and he works at a pizza creation area Hesburger :D beggar on the streets as a way to fund all of his antics. Most users describe this being as a humanoid shaped life form, constantly repeating certain phrases from seemingly random periods of time ago, ussually fixuating on current events or memes and holding onto them past their expiration dates. He is also observed to be fond of chips and coca cola due to the globalism infused energy he gains from consuming it. He has a fond eye for monetary value and values it more than most moral values. Contemporary Ernest sits in his castle of pizza börger, his room locked by it's lord, asking him to pay him back to be released. Ernest was once a core member of the Fugsi SEALs and then met a wizard shortly after it disbanded. This wizard promised all of his life's desires, but at an unstated cost. Being mentally retarded, Ernest accepted. He never realized that his desires meant nothing to what we wants now, and the curse was that he must spend any time on the virtual battlegrounds pitted with hackers. "Ernest is the earth element of the group, strong in his stance like a big mountain, unmoved by the convectional magma under him, unknockable by the wind, unfloodable by the water. As cold as he might seem from the outside, those who climb him find themselves to in the end love their efforts and their mountain." -Ernest Berzins as described by Ross.