Difference between revisions of "Dr. Oliver Herbert"

From RPGnet
Jump to: navigation, search
(Investigative Abilities)
(Academic Abilities)
Line 45: Line 45:
Languages 2 [Greek, Latin]
Languages 2 [Greek, Latin]
Library Use 2
Library Use 3
Medicine 3
Medicine 3

Latest revision as of 08:34, 5 April 2018


Gender: Male

Age: 30

Ethnicity: White

Hair: Short, straight black, clean-shaven

Eyes: Royal blue

Drive: Duty

Occupation: Doctor

Occupational Benefit: By using Medicine or Reassurance, you have access to medical records and hospital wards generally off limits to the public. When you use First Aid, each point spent heals 3 Health points, rather than 2. (You gain 2 Health points rather than 1 for each First Aid point you spend to heal yourself.) You can stabilize the condition of a seriously wounded victim by spending only 1 First Aid point, rather than 2.

Build Points: 17

Pillars of Sanity[edit]

Moral principles (The Hippocratic Oath)

Scientific progress/Value of the intellect


Sources of Stability[edit]

Dr. Adam Morrison, my mentor.

Rebecca Vellman, my sister.

Ramsey Vellman, my oldest friend and brother-in-law.

Academic Abilities[edit]

Biology 3

Law 1

Languages 2 [Greek, Latin]

Library Use 3

Medicine 3

Interpersonal Abilities[edit]

Assess Honesty 2

Bureaucracy 1

Cop Talk 1

Credit Rating 5 [4 from Occupation; 1 Point]

Reassurance 2

Technical Abilities[edit]

Evidence Collection 2

Forensics 3

Pharmacy 3

General Abilities[edit]

Athletics 4

Firearms 4

First Aid 10

Fleeing 8

Health 8

Preparedness 6

Sanity 10

Scuffling 4

Sense Trouble 6

Shadowing 6

Stability 10

Stealth 6


Originally from a well-off Virginia family, Oliver Herbert had a domineering veteran officer of a father whom sought his 'general staff' of choice within the ranks of his sons and son-in-laws. His oldest brother went into the military, Ramsey's marriage was practically arranged to Oliver's sister to ensure the business element. That left Oliver pressured into studying as a doctor - though he found his way to freedom of choice with the inspiration of Dr. Bernard Spillsbury.

The famous British pathologist and medico-legal expert had been at work making headlines and setting the path forward for criminal forensics, and Oliver found a mentor, the much older Dr. Morrison, whom intended to bring that example forward to the United States. Oliver earned his doctorate and was working as a ME when connections and Hoover's desire for a fully modern, professional FBI led to Dr. Herbert being recommended and recruited to the agency.

G-Men vs. the Unknown Main Page