Vincent Walters is the son of Elliot and Maria Walters and the younger human brother of werewolf Malaya Walters. He's a student at Crescent Lake University studying for a B.S degree in Biology. In his spare time, Vince plays baseball on the university's team, the Ospreys.
Vincent takes after his father, being a tall young man of close to six feet. As for the rest of him, he takes after his mother with his medium complexion, dark brown eyes and straight black hair. He has a trim athletic body without the bulk of a weight lifter. He is clean-shaven and keeps his hair short and styled, and he dresses somewhat less casually then his contemporaries, preferring Dockers and polo shirts to jeans and t-shirts. He wears shoes rather than sneakers when feasible.
He is a man of few words, generally keeping his own counsel. He has a very stern demeanor for the most part, but in actuality this is a cover for being horribly awkward and shy. He’s got a very dry sense of humor and attempts to slip werewolf-related puns into casual conversation for his own amusement.
In an effort to coerce Malaya into doing what Connie wants her to do, Connie's Wolves kidnap Vincent from the university parking lot, and they hold him in the basement of the creepy house in the woods, not two miles from where he lives. After initially failing to free Vincent, Elias gets him out of the basement, and with Malaya's timely help, gets him away from Connie's Wolves and back to his home. Marisa Salcedo uses her abilities as a witch to heal an injury Tim had inflicted on him. This is when Vincent learns the value of the scratches from his childhood.
Vincent was born a short time after Malaya was bitten and turned by Ziva Ross while out camping with her parents. His parents were watchful when Vincent was very young, but became less watchful when he grew to be a toddler. One day, Vincent carelessly threw a toy at Malaya, hitting her and causing her to become angry. She grew claws and took a swipe at Vincent, scratching his side. Vincent was naturally upset, the pain of his injury causing him to cry out. His parents rushed in to tend to him, and Malaya ran off to her room. Even though the wound healed into scars that he still bears, he quickly forgave her and they became friends. An unexpected but not unwelcome side effect of her scratching him was that he became immune to being turned by a werewolf's bite.
Vincent spends most of his time at the local university pursuing a double major(citation needed) in Biology with a focus on Botany and Agriculture, and Chemistry, deciding to follow in his mother’s footsteps.(citation needed) He has a small group of college friends, but overall is only really close to his family and especially his sister.
Despite the fact that Malaya is way stronger than him, Vincent has always been extra protective of her, possibly fearing what will happen to her if she does manage to hurt someone.(citation needed) He largely doesn’t remember much about her scratching him, but he’s quick to remind Malaya that he doesn’t care, and he forgives her whenever she tries to bring it up.
Vincent has gotten to an insanely high level in Candy Crush. His only friends on Facebook are other power players, who are otherwise strangers to him, but they trade lives so they can all keep playing.(citation needed)