Position: Electronics and signalling research
Demeanor: Dour, dutiful, and reticent.
Nature: Harriet's stern and uncompromising, which leads her to be an at times austere colleague, although she's trying (emphasis on the trying) to be more personable.
Description: Harriet is 5'3", some 120-something pounds (you don't ask a lady how much she weighs, after all), and Caucasian. She's got brown hair, length halfway down her neck (always properly combed, sometimes with a bow), and mousey, suspicious features that make her seem more fit for the typing pool than active duty.
- Physical Health: 7
- Mental Health: 7
- Physical Defense: 3
- Mental Defense: 5
- Perception: 4
- Agility: 3
- Strength: 2
- Persuasion: 2
- Bluff: 2
- Melee: 1
- Ranged: 3
- Academics: 2
- Science: 4
- Engineering: 5
- Signal Corps Wannabe: 6. If it has a transistor and sends an intelligible signal, Harriet has probably studied it. Bonus to either Engineering or Perception checks involving electronic communications devices.
- Bookish Child: 3. Harriet's spent her time avoiding and ignoring people, and thus doesn't super get conversation works. +2 each to Mdef against persuasion/intimidation checks, -2 each to persuasive/intimidation rolls.
- Code Talker: 3. The study of communication and the study of code are joined at the hip, and Harriet's got experience in each. +3 to checks relating to encryption or decryption.
- Service revolver and compatible ammunition.
- Purse with personal effects and basic, portable tools
None at present.
- Clothing, cosmetics, personal effects.
- Day to day necessities.
- Journal and stationary.
- Various transistor radios and similar devices in various states of repair.
Harriet Ashpool was born in 1929 to Professor Richard Ashpool and Clarice Ashpool, née Palmer, in 1929 in Rutland, Vermont. Her father was a professor who had enthusiastically participated in the early advances of radio technology, although his influence and prestige took a permanent blow when his pacifism caused him to refuse aiding the US Government in its efforts during the First World War. Harriet grew up wealthy but isolated, with all of her father's passion for telecommunications, but none of his noble ideals. She learned all she could from him and, upon turning 20, scuttered off to the nascent Central Intelligence Agency. She was hired, leading her to become estranged from her father, and quickly worked her way up the ranks. She was scalped for the Foundation while writing up an academic report on anomalous signals communication technology used during the Malayan Emergency; she found herself at Site-77 shortly thereafter.
None at present.
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