Dr. William Jackson

Basic Info:

Player: Dr_Hancock

Position: Field Medic

Demeanor: William seems shy, he is not very social around people he doesn't know, seems out of place within Site-77. Looks out for friends but more himself overall. Spaces out a lot and is semi good with a weapon.

Nature: Outgoing around friends, thinks about his friends a good amount, thinks in long periods at a time, usually found reading a book, tries to be funny (most of the time), and never seems to be sad.

Description: short, skinny, dirty blond hair, blue eyes, wears lab coat everywhere, never leaves his watch anywhere but on his wrist


  • Physical Health: 7
  • Mental Health: 7
  • Physical Defence: 4
  • Mental Defense: 3
  • Perception: 3
  • Agility: 3
  • Strength: 3
  • Melee: 4
  • Ranged: 4
  • Survival: 3
  • Sneak: 4
  • Medical: 5
  • Close call: 4. MEDICAL While serving, he came across many almost dead soldiers. Using skills he learned in the army, while healing a character under 3 health, Medical receives a +4 bonus
  • Paranoid much?: 4. PERCEPTION In the war, ambushes we common, and he has learned to stay on alert when traveling through heavily foliated area. When traveling through an area with lots of cover and is known to usually be full of enemies, perception will get a +4 bonus
  • Get down!: 4. AGILITY In the war, bullets flying over Will’s head was no uncommon occurrence, Will, of course, does not like being shot at, When running towards cover, agility will get a +4 bonus


  • M1 Carbine - used in combat, slung around his shoulder
  • 4 Mags for a M1 Carbine - kept in backpack
  • A lab coat - Bought at a unknown store in Cambridge
  • A rolex watch - given to him by his mother when he left for harvard, he has kept is for sentimental reasons
  • A standard issued Colt 1911 - To protect against Chaos Insurgency Soldiers and/or SCP's, kept in left handed holster
  • 3 mags for a Colt 1911 - Kept inside his lab coat
  • His wallet - kept for obvious reasons
  • No less than 20$ - Kept in his wallet
  • A combat knife - For close combat protection
  • A box of matches (32 matches) - Used to light cigarettes
  • A 10 pack of camel brand cigarettes - Used to relieve stress
  • First aid pouch - Scalpels, forceps, sutures, bandages, morphine bottles, 2 empty syringes, various pills, tourniquet, disinfectant wipes, rubbing alcohol, gauze, tissues.
  • backpack - Fold-up stretcher, plasma, morphine drip, ether, splint.
  • Flashlight - to light up the dark areas
  • 50 pack of altoids mints - Will's breath isn't that good…
  • clip board - used to store information
  • 2 pens - used for writing down information
  • At least 1 energy bar - Will gets hungry alot
  • None


  • Lots of clothes - Kept for obvious reasons
  • An analog clock - Used for waking up on time
  • 26 different books - Used to pass time
  • 2 pillows - Kept for obvious reasons
  • A picture of his family- Kept for sentimental reasons

Personal History:

Dr. William Jackson was born to Amy and Jim Hancock in Iowa on April 14th, 1926. He was raised in Cedar Falls with his brother, Nick, receiving straight A's in school and graduating with a 3.87 GPA. He was drafted into World War 2 in 1941 and served as a field medic in the 12th Infantry Regiment. In the war, he was shot in the right leg, leaving him with a slight limp. After the war, he attended Harvard, where he met 3 of his life long friends, Jerry Fielder, Johnny Sanders, and Burt Donald. He received his doctorate there, minoring in Zoology. Will was offered a job at ███████ Biologics after graduating. He was sent down to the Amazon rainforest to investigate
why animals were disappearing at alarming rates in the particular area of the jungle he had been set to. He came across what would later be known as SCP-████. The Foundation contained SCP-████ and brought in Will for questioning. Will was always interested in anomalous happenings and spent a good time studying them before college. He was offered a job in the Foundation based on his encounter in the jungle and prior credentials. He joined the Foundation in 1954 and was sent to Site-19 for 3 months before being transferred to Site-77, where he learned Italian.


  • English
  • Italian


  • Has a slight limp in his right leg, he received this injury in WWII

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