Francois Spawn

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Francois Spawn

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Nationality Flag-South Africa.jpg South African
National rank 41
Date of birth Day 586 of the New World
Residence Limpopo
Congressman of Eastern Cape
December 2009 – January 2010
Party president of Liberal Party of South Africa
Military unit South African Armed Forces
Military rank Icon rank General.png General
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Francois Spawn is a South African citizen currently residing in the Limpopo province. He is also a co-founder of the (now) Liberal Party of South Africa, along with Martin Warmonger. This wiki-page was done by the Warmonger Corporation's Documentation Department.


Early Life

Francois Coetsee in real-life.

Francois Spawn was born on day 586 of the new world in the United States of America, where he spent a short time before returning to his real-life country, South Africa. Francois was a military man from the beginning, almost instantly signing up with the South African Armed Forces' Shock Troopers. He, along with Armand Shadowson and Martin Warmonger, founded the South African Foreigners Party, which is now the Liberal Party of South Africa.

Later Life - Present

After the founding of the party, Francois remained loyal, he later served a few terms as Party president of the LPSA. From an early point, Francois has been in good contact with his fellow South Africans, and by gaining popularity among the citizens, got elected into Congress in December of 2009. One of Francois' goals in 2009 was to reach level 20 before the strike of 12'o clock on New Years' Eve, in which he eventually succeeded. Today he is an active member on the eSouth African IRC, and a dedicated soldier with the South African Armed Forces. Francois has stuck with eSouth African from his birth, and plans to remain with them, until his death.

The Bullet

Francois owns a newspaper, The Bullet, from which he frequently writes articles about real-life issues and eLife issues all together. Please feel free to subscribe at his newspaper.

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