Harold Spritzer

Basic Info:

Player: Your most common name on IRC. Superblobby

Position: Harolds job is a civil dispute officer, his job consists of resolving issues in the MTF or on site. With a diploma in psychology, this job is a necessity. To maintain morale, and good terms amongst the members for utmost efficiency in Psi-7

Demeanor: Harold portrays a polite attitude towards his coworkers, and often attempts to engage in conversation

Nature: Harold is a polite man, but mischievous. His deception sometimes goes undetected when he is trying to get something from someone.

Description: http://imgur.com/a/n3xlf (basically looks like a younger FDR)
Harold usually adorns civilian clothing, but during missions he wears his MTF uniform


  • Physical Health: 8
  • Mental Health: 7
  • Physical Defense: 3
  • Mental Defense: 3
  • Perception 4
  • Agility: 3
  • Strength: 3
  • Persuasion: 5
  • Intimidation: 5
  • Bluff: 3
  • Ranged: 3
  • Sneak: 5
  • Slight of Tongue: adds a +3 to any speech skill during a situation where Harolds life is at risk (this only counts for a situation where he might die. However it can only be used in extreme situations, not an everyday situation.) (It can include, talking your way out of an interrogation, persuading someone for however many articles of food a GM deems necessary, or intimidating someone who is threatening him. Bluffing to get out of a situation is included too) This skillset was acquired during Harolds journey back to Britain, he was forced to lie, and intimidate people to get leftover food to survive the night with his crew. This routine went on until Harold and his crew returned to Britain, Harold never let go of this skill. He went on using it in everyday situations to get what he needed. Usually persuading store clerks to spare some food, or other mundane actions.
  • The night owl +3 Perception, and agility during nighttime or in the darkness. During his 17 bombing runs, Harold mostly shot at AAA shooting at his ship during the night time. This meant he had to really focus on his surroundings to see the targets. In order to do this, he took exercises on spotting encampments during the dark. As his missions continued, he began to get better and better at spotting the encampments the enemy never had time to find their plane first. When his plane crashed, Harold always traveled during nighttime. This meant that he learned to traverse the French countryside stealthily during the night. While staying in an encampment during the day.Although Harold is now out of the Gunner Cockpit. His adaptation has stuck with him whenever he is walking home in the dark. Or during a power outage, he can always make out things better in the dark.
  • Sometimes violence IS the answer +3 to ranged if trying to shoot his way out of enemy presence after a failed persuasion/bluff roll, +3 to intimidation if trying to intimidate the enemy after a failed persuasion/bluff roll. Harold has learned that sometimes it is better to shoot first and talk later. This mindset is viewed to Harold as an alternative option when dealing with less "talkative" enemies, or if he has run out of luck when smooth talking his way out of town.


  • An antique Bodeo 1889 pistol from WW1, given by his father to be passed down generation to generation.
  • A Pen, and notepad
  • an old watch he found while in France
  • His wallet

No equipment (yet)


  • A shaving kit, shampool, toiletries
  • A multitude of books
  • A collection of stamps, paper, and pens for writing
  • A picture of his friends at Site-77 and his family
  • Clothes to wear on different days (civilian disguises)
  • A pocket knife in his drawer
  • Italian currency in case he needs to go on the run
  • A daily journal to record his everyday events
  • A monthly copy of Time magazine
  • A candle
  • A zippo lighter
  • A large trunk for containing future loot
  • 10 packs of C rations incase its an emergency
  • His diploma

Personal History:

Harold was born in 1922 to Roxanne and Gerald Spritzer in New York City. His family has been in the US ever since the civil war. However, at the age of 15, Harold and his family sailed to London just as World War 2 was beginning to unfurl. Turning 18 at 1940, Harold wasted no time enlisting for the London Home Guard. During the Battle of Britian, Harold was temporarily transferred to the Spotters Corps. After the Nazis began concluding the BoB, Harold transferred to the RAF as a tail gunner. After 17 successful bombing runs, his Short Sunderland Mk IIIa was shot down. He and his crew managed to eject themselves and regroup at the Belgian town of Bastogne during 1942. Disguised as civilians, they worked their way up to Calais. Where they commandeered a boat and landed at the cliffs of Dover. Upon returning, he and his crew were given the Victoria Cross for managing to get back to Britain without getting caught and all of his crew alive. Due to his injuries, he was reassigned to the British intelligence corps until the end of the war. After the war, Harold went across seas to New Jersey. Where he persued a degree in psychology at Princeton college. Graduating in 1949, he returned to Britain and was a psychologist in Glasgow until 1957. When the British branch of the SCP foundation was in need of new MTF members. They approached Spritzer after he was reviewed as a possible candidate for an MTF agent. They offered him a spot in the SCP foundation as an MTF agent at site-77 after reviewing his military background. Harold accepted and began his MTF training, he and his wife moved to Italy. The foundation informed his wife he was working as a therapist in Italy. While in reality he is a member of Psi-7 and a civil disputes officer at Site-77


  • English
  • Sloppy German, picked up lightly while making it back to Britain


Has a wife, but no child. Has a pet Pomeranian, 1 y/o and is not on site-77

XP: 0

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