Abel Sangallo was the former Leader of the Free World from Sunset Valley.
Pre-Emigration[edit | edit source]
Abel was actually born in a small village near Bridgeport. His parents were concerned by his introverted personality growing up, however at the advent of his teenage years he began branching out, relieving them. He was a devoted member of his high school's Drama and Newspaper clubs, though was never overtly recognized for either. His academic performance was average, maintaining a steady B through most of his life.
He briefly enrolled in university as a Communications major, but after the first semester decided to drop out and move to Sunset Valley, intending to kick start his career before the rest of his class could catch up to him.
Life in Sunset Valley[edit | edit source]
Abel immediately applied for a job at the local city council building, steadily building relationships with his fellow coworkers and other townspeople in an attempt to gain some fame before running for office. Were you to ask, his closest friends would have been Jack Bunch, who came with his wife to visit Abel the day he moved into his home, and Tori Kimura, who was his boss for several months.
He met his future wife Ayesha after catching her stealing things from the council building. Tori stopped him from calling security on her and introduced the two, explaining how Ayesha's job required her to do such risky things. Although Abel was thankful that he met his wife, the experience also exposed the corruption in the system, inspiring him to work harder and stop it altogether.
Following their marriage a year later, they ended up having three sons together.
Shortly after the birth of their third son, Abel took office as the Leader of the Free World. Only days later, he was found dead in his office with no clear cause of death - accidental or otherwise. For fear of his family's future safety, the rest of the Sangallo's were relocated to another city.
Onomatology[edit | edit source]
Abel - Meaning breath, vapor.
Sangallo - From the Forte Sangallo, an Italian fort south of Rome.