Montgomery Gregory

Player Name

Magnolia

Name

Montgomery "Monty" Gregory

Concept

Jumpy biologist

Aspects

Aspect 1: The Jumping Frenchmen of Maine Monty is very jumpy, suffering from a rare psychological disorder. He is quick to react, but easily startled and compelled to commit any simple action he is ordered to abruptly enough (I.E. "Throw the knife!")
Aspect 2: Or Through Inaction Monty can't watch people (or other sapient entities) suffer. In an emergency situation Monty will go all out to help anyone who is gravely injured, regardless of who they are.
Aspect 3: Xenobiologist During his time with the foundation he has familiarized himself with numerous alien biologies, and considers himself an expert in the field, though he has trouble remembering how people work. What do you mean humans don't have ink sacs?

Skills

  • Agility: 3
  • Strength: 3
  • Perception: 4
  • Persuasion: 3
  • Medical: 7
  • Academics: 5
  • Science: 8
  • Survival: 2
  • Ranged Weapons: 3
  • Physical Defense: 6
  • Mental Defense: 4
  • Body: 6
  • Mind: 4
  • Action Points: 3
  • Load Limit: 9
  • Current Load: 5
  • XP Held: 8
  • XP Used: 0

Equipment

Possessions

Possessions are organized by two sections:

Load:

  • Glock 17 (Load +1)
  • Ammunition (Load +1)
  • First aid kit (Load +1)
  • Biological Sample collection kit (Load +1)
  • Pocket (Load +1)
    • Electronic cigarette & cartridges
    • Wallet

Other:

  • Battery operated electronic cigarette charger
  • Box of replacement cartridges
  • Framed picture
  • Crayon drawings

Personal History

Graduating Top of his class and being admitted to [REDACTED] U. Monty had a bright future ahead of him. Originally going into pre-med, in the program he met and married the love of his life. Upon completion of the program he was left rather unsatisfied, and, funded by his wife's affluent family, returned to school to earn a second major, and later a PhD., in zoology. His thesis paper, a highly speculative paper describing in detail theoretical biological structures of macroscopic extremophiles, caught the eye of the foundation, and led him to what he would find to be an extremely stimulating career. But, his constant time away from home, transferring between sites to study different biological samples and specimens, put an intense strain on his relationship with his wife, and at social events important to his wife's family, his nervous tics and neurological abnormalities rendered him, as his ex-wife would later describe him, "an utter embarrassment."

Monty desperately tried to save his marriage, taking leave from full-time work with the foundation, and foolishly believing that him and his wife might grow closer if they settled down and had a family together. But, the child could not save the doomed marriage, for the two had, deep down, grown bitter, and resentful of one another. In the ensuing divorce, his wife was awarded custody of their young daughter, and, having lost everything important to him, he resumed full time work with the foundation. He never bothered to find permanent residence, moving around to wherever the foundation needed him, and sleeping in his office when he returned home. Having no remaining familial ties, and being one of the few experts in the field of Xenobiology, he was selected as a perfect candidate for transfer to Area-354. He put up no fight against the decision, almost relived to be rid of the last of his ties to his old life, but still he keeps with him a picture. A picture of a little girl, with dark brown hair, and striking grey eyes.

Miscellaneous

Finished Pre-med
PhD. in Zoology
Expert in Xenobiology

42 years of age. A tall man, but always walks hunched over, his hair greyed, and the skin almost hanging from his face, though very easily startled and prone to nervous ticks.

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