Jeremy Cline

Supernaturally Curious Engineer

Description:
Name: Jeremy Cline Player: Christian Carlsson
Template: Pure Mortal Musts: Not take supernatural powers
Power Level: Feet in the water
Base Refresh: 7
Adjusted Refresh: 5
Fate Points: 5

Aspects

High Concept: Tags & Compels
Supernaturally Curious Engineer Craftsmanship Rolls
Scholarship Rolls
Lore Rolls
Investigation Rolls
Pursue Supernatural information
Trouble:
Unfamiliar with the Supernatural World Not know about something supernatural
Embarrass yourself to someone supernaturally aware
Unknowingly violate one of the Accords
Other Aspects
Always question and seek answers Scholarship Rolls
Lore Rolls
Investigation Rolls
Pursue Supernatural information
Inquire about something new or curious
I’m not Crazy, You’re Crazy Act Crazy
Have people dismiss you as insane
Lore Rolls
Intimidation Rolls
Contacts and Rapport rolls for people who “aren’t crazy”
Searching for the man in the Grey Cloak Seek Information on someone matching his description
Seek Information on someone in a grey cloak
Alertness Rolls
Rolls with people/places previously encountered in your search
My Probation Officer Doug K Wilkins Interaction with the police
Get Police Information
Police Have info on you
Always there for my friends Assist your friends
Contact Rolls
Rapport Rolls
Temporary Aspects

Stress:

Physical O O
Mental O O O O
Social O O O

Consequences

Type Shifts Severity Aspect
Any -2 Mild
Any -4 Moderate
Any -6 Severe
Any -8 Extreme Replace Permanent Aspect

Stunts & Powers:

Name Cost Description
Pure Mortal +2 Cannot Take Supernatural Powers
Research is Research -1 Use Scholarship to perform research into occult/supernatural topics
Facial Reading Training -1 Detect lies using Scholarship
Applied Psychology -1 Use Scholarship to Read people
Demolitions Training -1 Can make and place and dispose of explosives safely
Language: German -0 Fluent with German Language
Language: Russain -0 Rusty with Russian Language
Temporarily Hariless -0 Completely Hairless (temporarily) (2 days since regrow)
Fake Eyebrows -0 Learned to draw on eye brows, and wear dew rags

Skills:

Average Fair Good Great Superb
+1 +2 +3 +4 +5
Contacts Craftsmanship Conviction Scholarship
Presence Alertness Rapport Investigation
deceit Lore
Athletics Burglary deceit
Discipline Driving Empathy
Endurance Fists Guns
Intimidation Lore Might
Performance Rapport Resources
Stealth Survival Weapons
Bio:
Background Phase: Jeremy was a small, nerdy, super pale boy. A little short but always had a friendly smile. He was always extremely smart, and good at investigating things and solving problems. He grew up in an affluent suburb (think Wisteria Lane from Desperate House Wives). His dad was a mechanical engineer, and his mom was a chemical engineer. Despite having a lot of money and living where they did, Jeremy’s parents were hippies (always questioning authority, helping others, wanted to help others, etc). They taught him to always ask questions (being scientists), but some of the hippy lessons did rub off a little on him, like to be nice to others as much as you can, take care of the planet, be accepting of others no matter who they are, etc.He eventually got a full ride to the best Engineering College on the West Coast. He majored in Mechanical Engineering, but took so many other classes not pertaining to his major that he was on the track to have several minor degrees on top of mechanical engineer. He didn’t have much time for a social life, his academic schedule being so intense. But he did find time to hang out with friends. His favorite thing to do was going to mystery rooms. He had always been amazing at investigating and solving problems.
Aspect:
[Always question and seek answers]
Rising Conflict: Jeremy was at a bar with his friends from school when a beautiful and sexy girl comes up to him, introduces herself as Jane, and starts flirting with him. She was kissing him, and hanging all over him. He never gets hit on like this, and felt like he was on cloud 9 with partying. His friends were speechless. Then, there jaws practically made craters in the ground when she asked him to go home with her. Which he did. They got there and were kissing and were about to start taking clothes off, when the door busted open and a man in a grey cloak brandishing a sword ran in, and shot fire out of his hands. Jane lunged at him, but was hit with the fire and burned to death. Then the man in the grey cloak just left. Jeremy freaked out and ran for his life, but then came back once he calmed down. The police were there and he was arrested. He tried to explain to everyone what happened, but no one believed him. He kept telling them over and over, and tried his best to investigate what happened, but nothing worked. His friends left him. His family disowned him. He was demonized by the media. And he was sent to a psych ward for 4 years, until he finally gave in and played along with what they wanted to hear and was released. He taught himself and mastered the art of investigation while in there. He met Aria in the psych ward, too. He wants to find who that man was, and confront him. Aspect:
[Searching for the Man in the Grey Cloak]
Title:
My Story: When {something happens}, {your protagonist} {pursues a goal}. But will {your protagonist} succeed when {antagonist provides opposition}?
Guests Name: Complicate a Situation, Solve a Complication or Solve and Complicate
Guests Name: Complicate a Situation, Solve a Complication or Solve and Complicate
Aspect:
[ ]
Story Title:
Original Story: When {something happens}, {protagonist} {pursues a goal}. But will {protagonist} succeed when {antagonist provides opposition}?
Other Characters: Story Protagonist, Other Guest
My Role: Complicate a Situation, Solve a Complication or Solve and Complicate
Aspect:
[ ]
Story Title:
Original Story: When {something happens}, {your protagonist} {pursues a goal}. But will {your protagonist} succeed when {antagonist provides opposition}?
Other Characters: Story Protagonist, Other Guest
My Role:
Aspect:
[ ]

Guest Appearance Options

Complicating a situation:
Your character has managed to make some part of the story you’re guest starring in uncertain. Of course, since that happened in the past, we know you got out of it all right (or mostly all right, as indicated by the aspect you take). When describing this, don’t worry about how the situation is resolved—leave that for someone else, or leave it open. Descriptions like “Trying to save a girl, Michael starts a giant monster fight” or “Thomas gets captured by the monster” are enough to get some ideas flowing.

Solving a situation:
Your character somehow solves a complication that the main character in the story has to deal with, or your character aides the main character in the central conflict. When describing this, you don’t have to mention how the situation was created, just how your character takes care of it. Descriptions like “Murphy travels with Harry to the Nevernever, watching his back” or “Billy and the Alphas take on some foes to buy time for Harry” are enough to give us an idea of what happens.

Complicating and solving:
Here, your character either solves one situation but creates another, or creates a situation but later solves a different one. Mash up the two ideas, using the word “later” in between them, such as: “Murphy comes to Harry, stumped by a mysterious case. Later, she helps him fight off a beast in a department store.”

Jeremy Cline

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