Position: Contained anomaly/research subject. Archivist.
Demeanor: Very shy and a bit withdrawn on first contact. Tends to pick up on and emulate the attitudes of those around her fairly quickly, as well as their expectations and desires for what she thinks they'd want her to be like. Gets rather jumpy when stressed out.
Nature: Definitely a bit shy and possibly nervous around other people. On her own, she's prone to cleave fairly closely to the rules and not stir up a lot of trouble, but her tendency to be swayed by those around her may dig up a slightly more chaotic streak in the right conditions. Willing to cooperate (as if she had much choice) with the Foundation and tries not to get on its bad side.
Description: About 5'2". Has light brown hair that she often keeps tied back in a ponytail, and blue eyes framed by large black glasses. Just a little bit on the pudgy side. Tends towards loose clothing such as sweaters.
- Physical Health: 7
- Mental Health: 7
- Physical Defense: 5
- Mental Defense: 3
- Perception: 4
- Agility: 3
- Strength: 2
- Persuasion: 4
- Bluff: 3
- Sneak: 4
- Academics: 4
- Medical: 4
- Wordcraft (Anomalous): 3. Juliet has access and can partially slip into a small pocket dimension which acts as a library for magical books and scripts. Through this link, she can mentally seek out certain spells stored away there. Unfortunately, this search engine system is flawed, and Juliet still doesn't have a ton of experience using it.
- Flaw - Child of the Books The influence of the library is prone to seep through Juliet and into this world in various unusual ways, though only some people may take notice. This becomes especially apparent when her mind weakens.
- Thank you, Dewy-Decimal: 3. Having worked as a librarian, Juliet has put a lot of time in learning the organizational systems and reading through new books to ensure they are acceptable. Bonuses to finding information in an organized system such as a library, and to research that only involves reading.
- Avid Reader: 3. A large portion of Juliet's life has been guided by her bibliophilia, especially of fictional works. Bonus to knowing things about fictional works and characters, including mythological figures.
- Social Chameleon: 3. When not trying to go unnoticed, Juliet's default strategy in a social situation is to try to ease herself into a social circle, passing herself off as one of their own. If she has had time to observe or been given information about a person or group of people ahead of time, Juliet receives a +4 bonus to social rolls to try to blend in with the target. As a side effect, she feels the need to put a lot of effort in shaping her behavior to their standards, giving her a -1 penalty to purely mundane persuasion checks from the target person or people (so no debuff if we're talking mind control or magic voices).
- Blind Without 'Em: 0. Juliet needs her glasses very much. Reduce visual Perception checks by 2 when she is without her glasses.
- Some book she's got her nose in.
- Her glasses.
- Her grandmother's key on a chain.
- A trunk full of clothes.
- All of the books!
- A radio.
- Standard issue Foundation gear (flashlight, walkie, etc.)
Juliet was born on February 2nd, 1931, in Minnesota. Her father died shortly after her conception and her mother, Edith, was left to raise her alone. Growing up, Edith was fairly controlling, but still genuinely cared for Juliet. She pushed her daughter to do well in school, if only to help attract a nice, intelligent man when she was older.
Juliet took to reading like a fish to water. While she devoured pretty much everything she could get her hands on, the dry textbooks she was given burned her out, ad she often turned instead to fiction, both modern and classical.
Once she reached university, Juliet pursued a degree in library science. She graduated, not at the top of her class but alright just the same, and got a job at a small library in the suburbs. And then something weird happened.
In the summer of 1957, Juliet's grandmother passed away. As part of the inheritance, Juliet was given a small, bronze, old-fashioned key, with no instruction as to what it was for. That night, she had a dream where she was shown a wooden door, just large enough to fit through. In the dream, she took the key and unlocked the door, discovering a world of books beyond it. When she awoke the next morning, she found herself changed.
Juliet kept her newfound gift a secret for several months, experimenting and growing. In 1958, a failed spellcasting created the anomaly that would later be known as SCP-1986, a nigh-infinite tunnel connecting her library and La Biblioteca Nacional de la República Argentina. This would directly lead to Juliet's capture and internment by, and eventually assignment to, Psi-7.
- Canadian French
Juliet's grandmother was secretly a witch, and Juliet inherited her power. Must've skipped a generation.
Juliet is agnostic (shh don't tell anyone) and pan (though no she's not really looking for romance) and ambidextrous (burn the witch!).
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