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Position: Field Surgeon
Demeanor: Timid and shy
Nature: Brave and determined
You have 36 points to distribute among Basic and Pseudo-Specialty Skills. Please follow the guidelines on the Game Mechanics page. Erase any skills you have no points in.
- Physical Health: 7
- Mental Health: 7
- Physical Defense: 1
- Mental Defense: 2
- Perception: 4
- Agility: 3
- Strength: 3
- Persuasion: 2
- Bluff: 3
- Melee: 1
- Ranged: 4
- Survival: 2
- Science: 5
- Medical: 6
- Do No Harm: 6 As a medical professional first, Coxwell responds readily to the immediate and long-term medical care of those underneath his responsibility - nothing is overlooked, no person denied the basic rights to life.
- Do Know Harm: 3 As a graduate of the Carlisle Medical School and as a member of the US Medical Corps, Coxwell is still a soldier, and is trained to perform in the art of warfare.
- Farmboy 3. Having grown up on the farm, this gives Coxwell a decent dearth in strength, as well as knowledge in agriculture, machine operation, and otherwise surviving off the grid.
List everything your character carries on their person here. Be reasonable.
- Singer M1911, with 3 magazines
- Lab jacket
- Suspenders + 2 Haversacks + Buttpack, containing the following:
- Assorted drugs for various medical purposes
- Assorted tools for various medical purposes
- Field dressings
- Triage tags
- Decoration plaques
- Picture of him with unknown company, 101st Airborne
- Picture of him with unknown company, US Army, Chemical Corps, Fort Detrick
- Picture of him with unknown company, US Army, Chemical Corps, Fort Terry
- US Army Officer Commission
- Doctor of Medicine degree, Medical Field Service School, Carlisle Barracks
- Bachelors of Science degree, Idaho State University
- Picture of him with family
- M3 "Grease Gun" and ammunition, kept in a hidden cache beside the medicine cabinets
- Stationery implements
- Typewriter beside stationery implements
- Equipment and supplies typical of an examination room
- More pictures of family
- Some wooden building sets from his childhood
- Civilian clothes
- M1 Garand and ammunition, kept under the bed
Major Adrian Knowles Coxwell started life as a humble farmboy growing up in Idaho, the youngest of 5 other siblings.
Growing up on the farm was not a significant challenge to the young Adrian, who quickly pulled his weight, and handled the work assigned to him easily, in order to avoid the (affectionate yet merciless) teasing from his older brothers. He attached relatively well to his two older sisters, learning the basics of cooking, cleaning and taking care of the small hurts of life.
When he was six years old, his mother came down with a case of pneumonia and eventually passed away. His brothers note that he became a lot more serious in handling situations that come up, and became a lot more immersed into the world of books.
With some encouragement from his sisters and his father, as well as some material backing from his brothers, helped Adrian succeed in school, where he discovered his fascination with biology and medicine. However, trying to afford school to become a doctor proved to be an impossibility… until Adrian decided to join the military, knowing that soldiers are often in most need of doctors.
Undergoing training at boot camp, then moving onwards to the Medical Corps, Adrian eventually became a doctor, and saw service in a variety of fields, including the landings of D-Day, the liberation of Dachau, and the surrender and subsequent care of German forces to American forces along the Western Front. During his travels, he often found the officer/NCO kits lacking, and often requisitioned the private's medical set, to allow him to carry all the tools of his trade while surveying the field, until he could return to base and perform advanced surgery.
Between the end of the War and Adrian's contract with the Foundation, he worked a short while under the US Army Chemical Corps, out of Fort Terry, and with some work at Fort Detrick.
His nickname is "Jazzhands" after accidentally burning his hands while giving emergency care to a fallen soldier. Quickly shaking off his hands in an almost dance-like fashion, the witnesses said he moved like a dancer. This nickname is used affectionately, as he still performed his job well, and saw the wounded soldier to safety and to advanced care.
Emily Harrison: She is a good girl. She understands what it's like. I will protect her with my scalpel and my gun.
Katie Moodie: She is an even better girl. Perhaps I will ask her to a date once I have come clean…
Randall Clymer: He is dependable, and a much cooler head when I lose my cool. He is a good working partner to keep around.
Ryan Shamus: He has enthusiasm and is dependable, but is still immature as to how things work. Battle brother, will keep him close. Reminds me of days past.
Walter Bouchard: Kid is way too shy for his own good at times, but he can do good work. I look forward to continue to perform research with him. Most likely gay.
Hermann Austerlitz: He is an intelligent and well-composed gentleman, but I am not sure about his allegiances, past or present. The two guards posted to him do not set my mind at ease, either. steady ally to have.
Olga Sapkowski: Very insecure girl, hiding underneath the shell of a hardened soldier. I can help her readjust.
- Saskia: Adorable young girl - a miracle emerged from Death itself. I will protect her.
Danielle Levine: Very active woman, agile and adept at fighting. I can rely on her for cover. I am so sorry, Danielle.
Kevin Winsthrop: He's gone beyond the edge of sanity, and into the esoteric crafts. However, he is level, follows procedures, and is a dependable ally in times of uncertainty.
Jack Markos: He claims to be a medic, but his "healing abilities" have no place in my infirmary. He also appears to have a limit on said ability…
Vivian Swan: Pretty face, and also highly intelligent. A steady ally to have.
Gus Enriquez: I swear to God, if he walks into my lab without permission again, I will personally apologize to Lambert after bringing her his head and laying it flat on her desk like a trophy.
Gavran Gavrille: I hope he doesn't hate me after that rocket incident. Professional and a master in his fields - something I respect and envy.
Serial Number: 31263491/0042
Position: Company Commanding Officer
Real Name: Adrian K. Coxwell
Date of Birth: April 3, 1924
Former US Chemical Corps researcher, former US Army field medic. Received commission in 1941. Completed doctorate in 1945. Former bioweapons lead researcher at Fort Detrick. Defected from Foundation in 1954, providing details insider information to PHYSICS command.
Career Service Vitae
- Uncovered IRIDIA-related research in 1944, all research studied and then destroyed;
- Originally slated for service in 1951, recommended for future advancement by Campton and Haslett;
- Defected from Foundation in 1954, assisting PHYSICS METs 0312/0213 with exterminating enemy units. Minimal losses incurred;
- Promoted to Commanding Officer of 0042, as per recommendation of Campton.
- Disappeared after June 5, 1995 mission. Status: MIA.