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I used to be Trenton Kyle Dallas, a lot of drama and bullshit happened on that page. I loved this character but for mental health reasons, I deleted him. I brought him back because of my love for him. I won't tolerate drama this time, I don't care who you are. I'm just over it. I will also have many different versions of Caskey happening on this page so I can write in as many verses as I can and want. His age can change to fit the storyline/connection. You're fame verse? Cool, let's write. You're twilight verse? Let's write. I want to have fun. I will write with everyone. Don't ask me for smut, that's fucking gross. Okay, bye.


The name CASKEY as a boys' name is pronounced (cas-key). TRENTON as a name is pronounced (tren-ton). DALLAS info.

NICKNAMES ◊ ALIASES: CASKET is a play on Caskey's first name. He often makes dark jokes about death. Serpent is a nickname well known around Caskey's gang. It started as a joke, it's another reference not so often used, but can almost be another word for king.

GENDER ◊ SPECIES: Caskey is a male and is of human species.
DATE OF BIRTH ◊ AGE: September 15th, 2003 (09/15/03) • Seventeen. (17) ASTROLOGICAL ◊ ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo August 23 – September 22 Virgos are always paying attention to the smallest details and their deep sense of humanity makes them one of the most careful signs of the zodiac. Their methodical approach to life ensures that nothing is left to chance, and although they are often tender, their heart might be closed for the outer world. This is a sign often misunderstood, not because they lack the ability to express, but because they won’t accept their feelings as valid, true, or even relevant when opposed to reason. The symbolism behind the name speaks well of their nature, born with a feeling they are experiencing everything for the first time. Virgo is an Earth sign, fitting perfectly between Taurus and Capricorn. This will lead to a strong character, but one that prefers conservative, well-organized things and a lot of practicality in their everyday life. These individuals have an organized life, and even when they let go to chaos, their goals and dreams still have strictly defined borders in their mind. Constantly worried that they missed a detail that will be impossible to fix, they can get stuck in details, becoming overly critical and concerned about matters that nobody else seems to care much about. Disappointment seems to be inevitable from their point of view. The first time they came from their cloud and jumped onto planet Earth, it felt like their mission is to use their existence for good, discovering ways of justice and purity in other people. Once they fail to find it too many times, Virgos will pull away, get lost, turn to substance abuse, or simply separate from other people to sit on the bench, criticize and judge. NATIONALITY ◊ HERITAGE: Caskey is caucasian, not hispanic or latino. Caskey, as well as his ancestors are from America. LANGUAGES: Caskey speaks English but also can speak a little of Spanish, and also can use Sign Language. English is his strongest language however. LOCATION: Caskey lives in a small town. RESIDENCE: He currently resides at Parkview trailer park with it's ironic name - it has no view of any park, just railroad tracks that are no longer active. EDUCATION: Caskey is currently in high school. OCCUPATION: To the public eye, Caskey works part time at a auto garage and buses tables at the local diner. He was trying to help his mother pay the bills when his father left them. They struggled financially and with Olivia's alcohol abuse. They were close to losing the house so Caskey got a job to help. Outside of the public eye, Caskey is a gang leader in his side of the district. They do whatever they can to make money, even if it means committing unspeakable crimes. SEXUAL ORIENTATION: Caskey is heterosexual meaning he is only attracted to those of the opposite sex.

PERSONALITY TYPE: Caskey is ISTJ-A better known as a Logistician. The Logistician personality type is thought to be the most abundant, making up around 13% of the population. Their defining characteristics of integrity, practical logic and tireless dedication to duty make Logisticians a vital core to many families, as well as organizations that uphold traditions, rules and standards, such as law offices, regulatory bodies and military. People with the Logistician personality type enjoy taking responsibility for their actions, and take pride in the work they do – when working towards a goal, Logisticians hold back none of their time and energy completing each relevant task with accuracy and patience. Logisticians don’t make many assumptions, preferring instead to analyze their surroundings, check their facts and arrive at practical courses of action. Logistician personalities are no-nonsense, and when they’ve made a decision, they will relay the facts necessary to achieve their goal, expecting others to grasp the situation immediately and take action. Logisticians have little tolerance for indecisiveness, but lose patience even more quickly if their chosen course is challenged with impractical theories, especially if they ignore key details – if challenges becomes time-consuming debates, Logisticians can become noticeably angry as deadlines tick nearer.

STRENGTHS: Honest and Direct: Integrity is the heart of the Logistician personality type. Emotional manipulation, mind games and reassuring lies all run counter to Logisticians’ preference for managing the reality of the situations they encounter with plain and simple honesty. Strong-willed and Dutiful: Logisticians embody that integrity in their actions too, working hard and staying focused on their goals. Patient and determined, people with the Logistician personality type meet their obligations, period. Very Responsible: Logisticians’ word is a promise, and a promise means everything. Logisticians would rather run themselves into the ground with extra days and lost sleep than fail to deliver the results they said they would. Loyalty is a strong sentiment for Logistician personalities, and they fulfill their duties to the people and organizations they’ve committed themselves to. Calm and Practical: None of their promises would mean much if Logisticians lost their tempers and broke down at every sign of hardship – they keep their feet on the ground and make clear, rational decisions. Peoples’ preferences are a factor to consider in this process, and Logisticians work to make the best use of individual qualities, but these decisions are made with effectiveness in mind more so than empathy. The same applies to criticisms, for others and themselves. Create and Enforce Order : The primary goal of any Logistician is to be effective in what they’ve chosen to do, and they believe that this is accomplished best when everyone involved knows exactly what is going on and why. Unclear guidelines and people who break established rules undermine this effort, and are rarely tolerated by Logisticians. Structure and rules foster dependability; chaos creates unforeseen setbacks and missed deadlines. Jacks-of-all-trades: Much like Analyst personality types, Logisticians are proud repositories of knowledge, though the emphasis is more on facts and statistics than concepts and underlying principles. This allows Logisticians to apply themselves to a variety of situations, picking up and applying new data and grasping the details of challenging situations as a matter of course.

WEAKNESSES: Stubborn: – The facts are the facts, and Logisticians tend to resist any new idea that isn’t supported by them. This factual decision-making process also makes it difficult for people with the Logistician personality type to accept that they were wrong about something – but anyone can miss a detail, even them. Insensitive: While not intentionally harsh, Logisticians often hurt more sensitive types’ feelings by the simple mantra that honesty is the best policy. Logistician personalities may take emotions into consideration, but really only so far as to determine the most effective way to say what needs to be said. Always by the Book: Logisticians believe that things work best with clearly defined rules, but this makes them reluctant to bend those rules or try new things, even when the downside is minimal. Truly unstructured environments leave Logisticians all but paralyzed. Judgmental: Opinions are opinions and facts are facts, and Logisticians are unlikely to respect people who disagree with those facts, or especially those who remain willfully ignorant of them. Often Unreasonably Blame Themselves: All this can combine to make Logisticians believe they are the only ones who can see projects through reliably. As they load themselves with extra work and responsibilities, turning away good intentions and helpful ideas, Logisticians sooner or later hit a tipping point where they simply can’t deliver. Since they’ve heaped the responsibility on themselves, Logisticians then believe the responsibility for failure is theirs alone to bear.

ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS: Happiness and Moral Duty are inseparably connected. Blind dates and random hookups are not Logisticians’ preferred methods for finding potential partners. The risk and unpredictability of these situations has Logisticians’ alarm bells ringing, and being dragged out for a night of dancing at the club just isn’t going to happen. Logistician personalities much prefer more responsible, conservative methods of dating, such as dinner with an interested coworker or, in their more adventurous moods, a setup organized through a mutual friend. Logisticians approach relationships, as with most things, from a rational perspective, looking for compatibility and the mutual satisfaction of daily and long-term needs. This isn’t a process that Logisticians take lightly, and once commitments are established, they stick to their promises to the very end. Logisticians establish foundations, fulfill their responsibilities, and keep their relationships functional and stable. People with the Logistician personality type can get so caught up in the belief in their correctness, in “winning” arguments they thought were about facts, that they don’t realize their partner may have viewed things from a perspective of consideration and sensitivity.

FRIENDSHIPS: Logistician friends are not spontaneous. They are not talkative, or particularly playful in their affection. What Logistician friends are is loyal, trustworthy, honorable and dependable. Others may come and go with the ups and downs of life, but Logisticians stay by their friends’ sides no matter what, with a deepness of commitment that other types may not even believe is possible.

DIAGNOSIS: Caskey has a few different illnesses, most of them are mental. He suffers from schizoaffective disorder. Schizoaffective disorder is a mental health disorder that is marked by a combination of schizophrenia symptoms, such as hallucinations or delusions, and mood disorder symptoms, such as depression or mania. The two types of schizoaffective disorder — both of which include some symptoms of schizophrenia are: Bipolar type, which includes episodes of mania and sometimes major depression. Depressive type, which includes only major depressive episodes. Schizoaffective disorder may run a unique course in each affected person. Untreated schizoaffective disorder may lead to problems functioning at work, at school and in social situations, causing loneliness and trouble holding down a job or attending school. People with schizoaffective disorder may need assistance and support with daily functioning. Treatment can help manage symptoms and improve quality of life. Signs and symptoms of schizoaffective disorder depend on the type — bipolar or depressive type — and may include, among others, delusions — having false, fixed beliefs, despite evidence to the contrary. Hallucinations, such as hearing voices or seeing things that aren't there. Impaired communication and speech, such as being incoherent. Bizarre or unusual behavior. Symptoms of depression, such as feeling empty, sad or worthless. They sometimes have periods of manic moods, with an increase in energy and a decreased need for sleep over several days, and behaviors that are out of character. Impaired occupational, academic and social functioning. Due to his mania, Caskey also suffers from insomnia and when his body has finally had enough, it'll crash in the most random of places. Epilepsy. A disorder in which nerve cell activity in the brain is disturbed, causing seizures. Epilepsy may occur as a result of a genetic disorder or an acquired brain injury, such as a trauma or stroke. During a seizure, a person experiences abnormal behavior, symptoms, and sensations, sometimes including loss of consciousness. There are few symptoms between seizures. Epilepsy is usually treated by medications and in some cases by surgery, devices, or dietary changes. IED. Intermittent explosive disorder involves repeated, sudden episodes of impulsive, aggressive, violent behavior or angry verbal outbursts in which you react grossly out of proportion to the situation. Road rage, domestic abuse, throwing or breaking objects, or other temper tantrums may be signs of intermittent explosive disorder. These intermittent, explosive outbursts cause you significant distress, negatively impact your relationships, work and school, and they can have legal and financial consequences. Intermittent explosive disorder is a chronic disorder that can continue for years, although the severity of outbursts may decrease with age. Treatment involves medications and psychotherapy to help you control your aggressive impulses. Most people with this disorder grew up in families where explosive behavior and verbal and physical abuse were common. Being exposed to this type of violence at an early age makes it more likely these children will exhibit these same traits as they mature.

MEDICATION : For his schizoaffective disorder and IED, Caskey has tried many different medications and psychiatrists, but it's hard to afford them when his insurance is never stable therefore he usually goes without medication or treatment. When his mood swings start to become too unbearable, his usually has to go to a mental institution where he can get the help he needs with doctors and nurses who are able to handle him. He can become extremely violent and volatile. When he can afford medications however, he's come to find that an anti-psychotic medication called Clozapine combined with a mood stabilizer called Lithium works well for him when he can afford it. Along with trips to his therapist. For his epilepsy he takes Carbamazepine.

INJURIES: So far, Caskey hasn't sustained any prominent injuries.


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Caskey was surprisingly brought up in this world, to his mother, a gift, to his drunken father - a mistake. His childhood wasn't what it should have been especially after his sister, Josephine Dallas, left home. His childhood mostly consisted of him hiding from Frank, his father, and getting yelled at. He used to do these things to Josie but now with her gone, he took the abuse for both of them. He would hear screaming from other rooms, yelling, and the sound of smashing glass. Caskey's mother had called the police on multiple occasions due to domestic violence. Frank's first encounter with actual jail time was when Caskey was eleven but it wasn't long before she bailed him out. This happened so much it became a 'woman who cried wolf' situation.

When she started to lose control over Frank knowing the police no longer believed her stories, the abuse for them got worse, even worse towards Caskey. Most nights he went to bed without dinner, and some nights he'd get beaten with a belt or whatever Frank could get his hands on and this only got worse as Caskey grew into a teenager.

When Caskey would start yelling back at Frank, this caused him to drink more. Frank began to realize that he didn't hold much power over Caskey anymore so he eventually went back to abusing his mother any way he could to try and get a rise out of Caskey. He'd beat her, choke her, and Caskey would spend most of his time defending her because he knew that she loved him, well, so he thought.

Wanting to protect her, Frank became aware of how much strength Caskey truly had, this worsening the beatings, going from objects used for "discipline" to using his own hands. Caskey would visit different hospitals around the area not to spark attention. He didn't want anything happening to his mother, he needed to be there for her. He was afraid that if he was taken from the home, Frank could easily kill her.

Anytime this happened, Caskey's mother would just sit back and watch - she'd beg Frank to stop but he never would. Some times Caskey would beg her to call the police, or beg her for help and when he did, she would just cry and leave the room and listen to the blows her son was getting from his own father. When it was over and Frank would storm out of the house to go to another bar, she'd come out of the room and clean him up not even uttering a sorry.

To make matters worse, when he'd sober up, he'd cry and apologize promising Caskey's mother that he was going to change and be a better man and it would be Caskey's mothers decision whether Frank got to stay or not, she always chose him to stay because she didn't want him to leave her because she didn't want to be alone. This rifting the relationship between him and his mother. Desperate to get away from it all, Caskey called up Josie and asked her about staying with her but she claimed to not have room - his last and only option failed.

Once Caskey turned fourteen, the night of his birthday, Frank had far too much to drink, he threatened Caskey's mother with a knife and Caskey called his neighbors knowing the police wouldn't do anything. the neighbors rushed over and luckily, the male had a gun and he pointed it right at Frank. Frank threw up his hands and Caskey pulled his mother away from Frank. The neighbor's wife called the police and Frank again was arrested. Seeing the bruises, burns on Caskey, they launched a full investigation. He was charged on multiple accounts: assault with a deadly weapon, battery, child abuse, child endangerment, and domestic violence.

When they went to the station to create statements, Caskey's mother left the building claiming she was going to have a smoke - she never came back. She was afraid that she also was going to get charged for child endangerment and this forced her to run. No one was able to find her. They held Caskey for a few days before child protective services was called and eventually Caskey was placed in the system. He bounced in and out of foster homes for a few months, within this time, he was sexually abused by one of the foster mothers and has never told anyone. He ended up running away from that home and he was placed right back into the system. Finally when he was fifteen, he caught a break and was finally adopted by, (( MALE ROLE NEEDED (and female) )).

During this time, Caskey wasn't very trusting and doesn't care about much either, let alone himself. He couldn't connect with his new family, he was trying to but he didn't trust him/her/them. They wanted to set him up with a therapist but he would never show up for the appointments. He would sneak out at night and end up getting into the wrong crowd. He begins selling drugs trying to make some money so maybe eventually he can move away and out on his own (not knowing how much things cost).

A few months later, Caskey gets busted for them and gets sent to juvie where he would have spent six months. His adopted family hired a lawyer and got his sentence reduced to two only if he went to therapy, it was part of his probation. He agreed to it and now sees a therapist two times a week. This is where he learned he had IED, Intermittent explosive disorder which he probably inherited from Frank, and schizoaffective disorder. Eventually, the adopted family drops their façade when Caskey over hears them talking about him. He finds out that they only pretend to care to collect checks from the state so he leaves the home, and returns home.

Entering high school, this is where Caskey meets some of his best friends, ((RIVERDALE GANG PLS & CROSSOVERS)). Unfortunately, he didn't really trust them as much either and that feeling of being completely alone began the final spiral before Caskey hit rock bottom. He stopped going to therapy and stopped taking his medications. He didn't care about his grades anymore, he gave up. He became distant from his 'friends'. He was hardly stayed with friends anymore, spends most nights crashing at school in the gymnasium sleeping on wrestling mats, and using their showers.

He does what he can to stay at home meaning going to school, and having two jobs. He is worn out but this is how he is surviving. When things got tough however, Caskey knew there was one place that he could turn to - the gang. Here he slowly proves his worth and becomes the leader under the nickname "Prince". Prince is feared around town though no one knows that he's right under their nose. Caskey cuts deals with Edgar Hernandez who owns half the town. With his prices, it's almost impossible for Caskey to say no, especially when the money will keep him afloat sometimes.

Finally eighteen, Caskey no longer has to run from the state and no longer has to focus on school. He splits his time between his two jobs and gang activity because he needs the money more than ever. With both power families fighting over the land, prices have raised trying to run them out of the south side. Sometimes Caskey goes without power, hot water, or food. He is way too prideful to admit it and ask for help so he keeps to himself.

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