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Dan Love: Dan is getting ready to head back to Afghanistan for the 3rd time for his job working in public affairs in an Army Special Forces Group. If a job is too dangerous or sensitive for the regular media, Dan goes in and gets the story for them, using whatever means necessary!
Anonymous has grown up, but never had to stop playing pretend! He works at Fort Bragg, the largest military base in the U.S., and dresses up as an Afghan terrorist so that soldiers in training can use him for target practice!
3) Ben Orrico:
Ben is a wizard of sorts, selling magic to people in needs of a spiritual intervention. He peddles amulets to increase luck and to double money, bracelets to enhance vitality, and statues to help people find true love.
4) Bill Perkins:
Bill gets to play video games all day and can call it his job. Developers send him a game that they are working on and using his video game expertise, he deems the game as worthy or not. Having the power to make or break all of the latest games definitely would NOT suck!
5) Michael James:
Michael owns a small wine label in Walla Walla WA called "8-Bit Vintners", a name that pays homage to his childhood gaming memories. His first released bottle is called "Player 1"; Video game monikered wine is definetely something the classiest Kotaku readers will be able to get behind!