William Armstrong is the real life name of Isamu Yan, a canine furry that lives in Norfolk, VA. He grew up in Ellijay, GA, actually born in Rome, GA on August 26, 1985. He is an amatuer writer with a few poems and stories on the internet. He is a co-writer of the webcomic Fur-Load of Trouble, along with Kendall Boyer (Kendareru Neko-sama, a feline furry) and Christopher Wood (A.J., and Alligator scalie).
William graduated from Gilmer High School in 2003. He has two siblings, both are non-furry, one lives still in Ellijay, GA, the other is in the Air Force. His inspiration for the first name of his fursona came from the video game Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne.
William's personality is comprabale to a dog in many ways. He is extremely loyal to his friends, almost to a fault. Although he seems emotionally withdrawn, he will not back down if one of his friends is in trouble. Extremely protective, he will be physically violent if some persists picking on his close friends, and family. Even when his friends hurt him, he will come back for more. He does have breaking points though.
Isamu Yan is a mechanic that works at Sander's Auto Shop. He grew up working on cars, so he thought he would do it as a job. He met a foxgirl when he worked at the shop and after his temper exploded and he hit her, his life changed. He poured all his time into work, taking very little time for himself. Then he met Jennifer Catalina, a cat-girl that had been trying to get into his head and heart for a long time, that also worked for the Auto Shop. He finally let her in, only for her to die in a car crash the day after. The following day, Isamu Yan went to the bar she had met him at the night before, there meeting Kendareru Neko-Sama, his best friend to date.
- Height: 5 foot 10 inches
- Weight: 220 pounds
- Shoe Size: 9 and 1/2
- Blood Type: A+
- Hair/Fur: Black with spots of white
- Eyes: Green
- Favorite Color: Red
- Favorite Food: Steak
- Hobbies: Reading, writing, playing video games, hanging out with friends, watching movies.
- Working Uniform: Coveralls with black, non-slips, steel-toed boots.