- "Dad says people only respect two things: money, and influence."
- — Bryce
This is only a brief summary. For more information, please visit the Bryce Montrose page at Bully Wiki.
|Missions|| Tad's House|
|Voice Actor||Ben Levin|
Bryce is a medium sized prep. He has brown hair and light green eyes. He wears the standard prep outfit consisting of an Aquaberry vest, black pants, and brown Aquaberry loafers. In the winter, he switches to Aquaberry sweater and wears black gloves. He wears a silver watch on his left wrist.
According to dialogue, Bryce's family is hitting hard times. His father is wasting the family fortune and Bryce's inheritance on frivolities, i.e. booze, gambling, and women, leaving Bryce not only the only member of the Sailing & Yacht club without a yacht but also having to work at the club during the summer in order to pay for his tuition. He wishes his mother would divorce his father, who he thinks is a bum, but rationalizes that his father has no money anyway so it would be pointless.
On occasion, Bryce can be heard quoting his father telling him that he 'lost a bundle in the stock market', and worries that the other Preps will find out and that they do not believe his 'many lies'. According to his dialogue, he seems to be disgusted by Lola Lombardi and thinks she drove Johnny Vincent insane. He also judges people often as he believes 'some people will do anything for status'. Coincidentally, he himself admits to exaggerating about himself in order to impress his peers and claims that social climbing means stepping on people to get ahead and is simply the 'way of things'.
He is under the impression that making it in the real world constitutes backstabbing, and is very concerned that the Preps will find out about his situation and disown him.
Bryce wishes to skip university in order to go straight to work at his father's business, and save it. His other main interest is fighting, and despite only using boxing in the game, he claims to know Jujitsu and Muay Thai, as well as being a Shaolin student.
Bryce claims that his parents sheltered him from reality throughout the majority of his childhood.
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