Demeanor: Good-natured sarcastic asshole at all times, seems like a sloppy and unkempt college kid on finals week.
Nature: He is loyal, friendly, and always eager to work on a team, rather than alone. He has an unwavering dedication to justice, and will often hypocritically compromise his own morals to carry it out. He is always looking for some complex puzzle to solve, almost addicted to proving that he can find solutions. Has a short fuse regarding unnecessary violence. He is almost problematically loyal to those he considers friends.
Description: As of recruitment to the Foundation, he stands at 5'11 and weighs 140 lbs. His skin is an Irish shade of caucasian. His hair is a medium-long brown mess. He has permanent stubble on his face. His eyes are a dark shade of green. He wears untucked white shirts, denim jeans, and a maroon frock coat almost exclusively. He almost never wears shoes. He wears some kind of electronic collar around his neck, as well as plastic square-frame glasses.
- Physical Health: 7
- Mental Health: 7
- Physical Defense: 4
- Mental Defense: 5
- Perception: 6
- Agility: 3
- Strength: 2
- Intimidation: 2
- Melee: 4
- Ranged: 5
- Sneak: 3
- Academics: 3
- Can't We Just Get Along?: 3. Lloyd, though he tries to avoid it, has trouble keeping himself away from vigilante justice. In situations where he has been injured, he can find himself taking the law into his own hands and taking deadly aim. (Ranged, when physical health is at 3 or lower.)
- Hiding in the Alleyway: 3. Tailing criminals down dimly lit city streets can have a tactical advantage. (Sneak, in urban environments.)
- Bad Cop, Worse Cop: 3. Interrogations are often necessary when working on a case, and what better way to get information than to be scary? (Intimidation, when trying to get information about another person from the target of the roll.)
- OBJECTION!: 3. Being a prosecutor and a loud-mouth Boston boy can help out in arguments. (Academics, when using it to settle disputes between two parties.)
List everything your character carries on their person here. Be reasonable.
- Colt M1911 Handgun
- Brass Knuckles
- Two extra mags
- Gold Watch
- Flask of Bourbon
- Lock Picking Set
- Leather Gloves
- Pristine gray double-breasted suit
- Grappling hook
- Lotsa bourbon
- Lotsa ammo
Lloyd McCune was born to a poor family in South Boston in 1931. At the age of 12, McCune's mother and sister were murdered in the streets by Jewish gang leader Herschel Stein. Enraged by the negligence of the legal system, due to Steins control over the city, McCune set himself on a career in law. He worked diligently in his studies through his adolescence and ended up graduating at 16. Through his determination to law, Lloyd breezed through his undergraduate program and subsequently law school. He started a small law firm with his roommate, Ronald Hardwick, at the young age of 25 and began taking on as many murder cases as he possibly could. He eventually tracked down a murder case against the aging Herschel Stein.
Lloyd intended to bring his A-game to the trial and put Stein behind bars. However, Stein was known for having all prosecutors against him… disabled. In the night, one of Stein's surgeons - that is to say, an organ salesman - kidnapped McCune and severely damaged his vocal cords so that he could no longer speak. McCune could no longer act as the proactive lawyer that he was so keen to be. Dismayed, he turned to another faction of the law. Lloyd became a detective, privately working for his confederate Ronald Hardwick, who became the primary prosecutor of their operation. McCune found that he was much better as an investigator than a prosecutor, finding all of the evidence needed against Stein in secret and getting him in prison before any of his henchmen had time to attack Hardwick. He also managed to solve a wide array of violent crimes over the next year, earning renown as an investigator. McCune now lives with guilt for killing an innocent family and putting them on display to their patriarch, who worked with Stein, to get information. He used knowledge gained from past murder cases to ensure that he was never caught.
Getting a high-influence crime lord locked away is no small feat, and the Foundation noticed this. At 27, Lloyd McCune was drafted by the Foundation as their field investigator in exchange for a collar that would enable speech again.
- American Sign Language
- Robotic voice from the collar
- Trying to overcome alcoholism through smoking
- Deeply intelligent, despite sloppy demeanor
- Does not believe in apologies
- Carries much guilt from violent encounters as a detective
- THEME: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSwD_-kKcyI
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