Demeanor: Varies depending on how she wants to be perceived. Quiet, disinterested, and stoic when not trying to hide her feelings.
Nature: Somewhat cynical, but generally trusting of most things she can put a face to.
Description: 5' 5''. Short blonde hair and blue eyes. Missing her left index finger.
Her time in the foundation has left her with numerous prominent scars.
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: 4
- Mental Defense: 4
- Perception: 4
- Agility: 4
- Strength: 2
- Persuasion: 4
- Bluff: 6
- Melee: 5
- Sneak: 5
- Academics: 3
You have twelve points to distribute among as many or as few specialty skills as you see fit (but at least three is almost always warranted). Remember to explain what each specialty entails.
- You Can Trust Me: 5. Danielle wanted to be an actress since childhood. She got her start pretending that she was part of a Gentile family during France's occupation, and she gradually learned more of the art of bullshitting over her life. (Deals primarily with social stats)
- Be Vewy Vewy Quiet: 3. Her time in occupied France also taught her how to hide. (Deals primarily with sneak and possible agility)
- Defiant to the End: 4. The worst days of Danielle's life was spent hiding in fear from certain death. She never wants to return to that state of fear again. (Deals primarily with certain MDef rolls)
List everything your character carries on their person here. Be reasonable.
- A pocket knife Given away to an anomaly as a sign of goodwill.
- Pen and papers
- A prosthetic finger
- "Beatrice" the machete.
And everything that they keep in their room at Site 19. Anything that's not listed here or in the section above will be difficult for the character to retrieve.
- Copies of several plays, mostly Shakespeare
- A small box
- Several books
- Several stacks of papers
- Several pencils
- Winter Gear lifted from the Able mission
- "Voltaire", a shotgun she lifted from the Inksmouth mission (J.C. Higgins Bolt Action 12-gauge).
- Copies of recipes and manufacturing techniques stolen over the years.
- A picture of her family.
- A bottle of cognac.
- INNOCENCE, a card received from Serge.
- A dress, a card for an agent, and a switchblade (thanks, Emily!).
Danielle Levine was born in 1930 to a secular Jewish family in Dijon, France. Danielle took an interest in theater at a young age, and wished to become an actress when she grew up. Her life was uneventful until France came under German occupation, when Danielle was put into hiding. Although she managed to hide until the liberation of France, she never saw her mother or younger brother again.
In 1949, she moved to Paris to try to start her career as an actress. She began working at a diner in the meantime. In 1950, for reasons she can't remember, she stole a recipe from a competing diner by impersonating a cook. However, one of the diner's managers identified her several weeks later, and personally confronted her. Rather than ousting her, however, he recognized her skill, and used his connections to offer her work in the field of industrial espionage.
Her work start small, and snowballed until she was caught and almost killed while trying to break into a factory owned by particularly unpleasant people. After this incident, which resulted in the loss of her finger, she decided to try a safer and more legal job.
The Foundation seemed safe during the recruitment drive, didn't it?
- Able to speak French and English fluently, has basic knowledge of Yiddish, and knows a bit of German.
- Doesn't like Germans or the Vatican after seeing what happened to France in the war.
- Danielle cannot read music, and she regrets not learning how.
- Danielle is a mezzo soprano
- Danielle's birthday is on August 19th
- Is a terrible driver
Relationships and Thoughts:
- Jacob Wexley: Danielle notes that Jacob is a strange man, but he seems like a good person.
- Danielle knows he's a werewolf now. Huh.
- Luvi M. Harkess: Luvi, she thinks, acts too much like a comic book superhero for his own good.
- Laura Moodie: Danielle believes that while Laura knows how to handle herself in a dangerous situation, it was irresponsible of her to bring her daughter into such a workplace.
- Heinrich von Kleist: Danielle believes Heinrich is a danger to himself and, more importantly, others.
- Alexander "Hill" Hilbert: Hill is a friend, and a really interesting person.
- Captain William Stykes: Typical soldier.
- Danielle doesn't know what to think about Billy. He has his moments on both end of the spectrum.
- After talking with Billy in the forest, Danielle firmly believes Billy is good people.
- Daniel Pinkerton: Danielle respects Daniel, but wishes he would talk less.
- Pinkerton is starting to get a bit hard to work with, and her respect seriously waned during the Mary mission.
- Walter Bouchard: Two minutes in and he's already a disappointment.
- Harlan Cohen: Danielle has nothing to say about Harlan.
- Harley Newclear: Harley is up to something, and it probably doesn't just involve screwing reptiles.
- Emily Van Der Linde: Danielle has bonded with Emily over her situation with Bowe, and considers her a friend.
- Danielle will dearly miss Emily.
- Bowe: Danielle questions why Psi-7 has yet to successfully kill Bowe, considering he's the source of multiple problems, no solutions, and is an old man without any supernatural ability.
- Bowe is dead, and Danielle's all right with this.
- Jack K. Markos: eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwww
- Jacks rude, but he knows what he's doing.
- Serge Maillard: Danielle enjoys the company of a fellow Frenchman.
- …although, from now, she'll try to think white noise a bit more when she talks to Serge.
- Kevin Winsthrop: Kevin's a bit violent, but he's efficient and useful.
- Now that Danielle has spilled the beans to him about how she feels about the task force, Danielle's a bit leery of Kevin.
- Douglass Ibel: The bad parts of Billy without the good parts. She will keep a close eye on him.
- Katie Moodie: Katie is beginning to remind Danielle of something. She will probably try to avoid Katie's gaze for the next few days.
- Dr. Hermann Austerlitz: Danielle will never make the mistake of trusting Hermann ever again.
- After a few more mistakes, Danielle's willing to listen to his advice. Still not very happy with him.
- Karsten Friedhelm: Danielle believes this man is too careful for his own good.
- Susan Smith: A friend. It helps that she's Danielle's psychologist.
- Harris Southey: Danielle's pretty sure she found a new friend.
- Branko Silvinski: Danielle feels safe around Branko, despite the fact that most missions the two go on together end up with Danielle in medical.
Career XP: 131