William O'Grady

Player Name



William O'Grady


Rookie Canadian Medical Staff (Neurologist)


Dog Whisperer: Can soothe and attract most feral and domestic mammalian creatures —yes, including dogs. Does not work on pigs and Blue Whales.

S-stuttering Stanley: Character doesn't bode well in social situations, and tries to avoid them. In crowds of more than 8, character is nearly mute.

Burning Man: Character has a fondness for fires, and setting them. His urges can be controlled indefinitely, however, he will take any chance he gets to light a fire.


  • Medical: 7
  • Persuasion: 3
  • Academics: 4
  • Science: 5
  • Perception: 4
  • Sneak: 2
  • Ranged Weapons: 1
  • Melee Weapons: 2
  • Physical Defense: 3
  • Mental Defense: 5
  • Body: 4
  • Mind: 6
  • Action Points: 3
  • **Load Limit: 5
  • XP Held: 0
  • XP Used: 0

Only include the skills you have points in - erase the rest. Everyone starts with 3 Action points, unless told otherwise by a GM. You cannot put points into XP, so don't even try. If you have equipment that boosts the skill, list it beside the skill in parentheses along with what the bonus is. If the equipment piece boosts multiple skills, place it beside each skill that it boosts.




  • Family Medical Book: Handed down after 83 years; contains many; albeit crude, definitions for most ailments of the mind and body.
  • One metal Zippo brand lighter, filled with new lighter fluid every 2 weeks
  • One canvas messenger bag; homemade, sturdy, and soaked in kerosene to keep out pests.
  • 1 Cellphone (spotty reception)
  • One set of 2 keys; Bike lock key and a key to a small chest in room room.
  • 1 Extra pair of wool socks; off-brand.
  • 1 Blue Sharpie brand permanent marker
  • 1 Marble copybook and 1 Black pen
  • Miniature mock human skull; Made of lacquered pine and attached to keychain
  • 1 Pack of Maverick 100 cigarettes

Personal History

William O'Grady was raised in Newfoundland, Canada. His growth from adolescence to adulthood was unremarkable although his IQ and standard test scores were of the highest percentile among his peers. William studied medicine on campus at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland. He was recruited by The Foundation 2 months after finishing his major in Neurology and minor in Psychotherapy. He has been diagnosed with minor ADD, an offset of ADHD. His hobbies include reading non-fiction, listening to music, and hiking. He is Sociable; however, becomes introverted around large groups. He displays slight hypochondriac-like behavior. Psychological evaluation is on-going; however, no signs of sociopathic or psychotic tendencies are present.


William does not smoke, and rarely drinks; however, he enjoys taking illegal and prescription drugs— these include most narcotics and dissociatives.

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