Formerly known as Bloodtrail, Sinon is a RL Norwegian player whom in reality began playing eRepublik around December 2013.
Early in the politics (January-March 2014)
During the early months of 2014, BloodTrail entered the politics of Norway as a founding-member of the Norwegian Green Party, a party formed for the sole purpose to revive the politics of Norway. Having been elected as the party's first congress-member BloodTrail soon got a seat in the government during February, as vice Minister of Defence. In March BloodTrail was "promoted" to Minister of Defence, while still being in the congress.
Moving to Japan
Following a growing unrest in Japan and having a wish to learn more about RL Japan, Bloodtrail decided to change citizenship to Japan. There she began working her way up in the politics through the Shinsengumi MU and party, with the intention of learning about and solving the internal problems occurring in Japan. Her efforts were at first neglected by several of the top-ranking politicians in Japan, but over time she managed to build up a network of connections and good relations with key-citizens in the top parties, while gradually calming the unrest among the population.
After a few months, BloodTrail got more and more involved in the politics through Congress and during the last months of 2014, she entered the government thanks to a lot of negotiations with the leaders of the different parties and help from Hideyoshi Nicolas, who later entered office as Country President thanks to a cooperation-agreement between the top parties (except for ISP).
After changing citizenship to Japan, BloodTrail joined the Shinsengumi, working her way up to Captain for Regiment 4 and the status as Warlord in the SSG-clan.
Following a rebellion within eRepublik, BloodTrail changed her name to Sinon. She then followed up by changing the name of her newspaper from "The Gallian News" to "Sinon-News".
United Lolies of Japan
Having resigned her position as Captain in the SSG, Sinon changed her party to the United Lolies of Japan in November 2014, in an attempt to help revive the party. She then ended up as party-president from December 2014 to March 2015, and then again from July until August 2015.