Position: Specialist of Neurology and Psychology
Demeanor: Eccentric and highly intelligent.
Nature: Professor Monday is quite polite most of the time, although he often does things that may appear strange or eccentric. Intrigued by the human mind. Rather quiet unless he becomes curious about something. Can be heard muttering to himself or his raven from time to time. Speaks with a soft German accent.
Description: 54 years old. Gray messy hair. Wears a pair of glasses cracked on the left lens. Relatively stronger and healthier than most people his age . Blue eyes partially clouded by cataracts. Walks with a limp on his left leg. Often seen walking around with his pet raven Anne.
You have 36 points to distribute among Basic and Pseudo-Specialty Skills. Please follow the guidelines on the Game Mechanics page. Erase any skills you have no points in.
- Physical Health: 7
- Mental Health: 7
- Physical Defense 3
- Mental Defense: 6
- Perception: 2
- Agility: 2
- Strength: 2
- Persuasion: 4
- Survival: 3
- Ranged: 1
- Melee: 4
- Academics: 5
- Science: 4
You have twelve points to distribute among as many or as few specialty skills as you see fit (but at least three is almost always warranted). Remember to explain what each specialty entails.
- Insanity Defense: 5 Having a confusing mind helps defend against mental affects. This also makes it easier to communicate with those who are mentally affected.
- Shell-shock: 3 Seeing what they did in the camps was more than one man should ever see, so he's able to look the most vile, disgusting creatures in the face and stand his ground.
- Quoth The Raven: 4 having trained the smartest avian species on earth has its perks. He can call upon his bird to retrieve small items or send messages.
List everything your character carries on their person here. Be reasonable.
- Luger Pistol
- 2 spare magazines
- Oak cane w/concealed sword
- 7 Nazi gold coins
- a syringe of anesthetic
- 3 small vials of amnesic
- a jump-rope
- a pair of spectacles
- 5 pocket-watches
- 3 wrist watches
- A single grenade
And everything that they keep in their room at Site 19. Anything that's not listed here or in the section above will be difficult for the character to retrieve.
- Various psychology and neurology textbooks
- an MP 40 in terrible condition
- 4 9×19mm Parabellum magazines
- Several religious texts
- Gas masks
- Jars of brains
- Spare pistol magazines
- Electroshock therapy equipment
- Lobotomy equipment
- Trunk with various mementos
- Portable typewriter & paper
- bags of bird feed
- Research papers
- A violin
- painting materials and easel
- Phonograph and several records
- Old Nazi uniform
Born in Luxemburg, Germany in 1890. Received high academic honors at the Free University of Berlin. Pioneering in the study and practice of psychology, he became a renowned scientist and taught at the university of Heidelberg. During WWI, he helped soldiers who had developed mental disorders as a consequence of the war. When WWII came along, however, his family was persecuted and inducted into concentration camps due to their Jewish heritage. A clerical error kept him from being associated with them, and he attempted to save them by joining in the Nazi human experiment programs. There he witnessed horrifying experiments and the strange objects the Nazis attempted to use to further their goals. Constant exposure to these objects, the inhumane experiments, the stress of making sure his family was safe, and that he wasn't found out almost drove him insane.
Unfortunately, his family was systematically killed in 1943 despite his best efforts, and he fled to South America soon afterwards.
While living there he wrote several books about his experiences during the war, and published them anonymously. When it was discovered that several of the objects described matched several objects the Foundation was pursuing, an investigation was launched. When he was discovered, he reluctantly agreed to aid in the containment of these objects with the condition that he was given amnesty for his war crimes.
Professor A. Monday was inducted into the Foundation when he was evaluated to be harmless, on the provision that he be monitored on a daily basis.
Prof. Monday requested that he be paid only in Birdseed and quarters.
Speaks Russian, German, English, Spanish, Polish, and French
He refuses to tell people what the A. in his name stands for.
Although he has denounced the Nazi party, he has kept the uniform to remind him of the things he's done. He has requested it to be burned upon his death.
- Dr. Ivan Zakharov: Monday doesn't particularly know Ivan that well, other than the man is Russian.
- Harley Newclear: Harley is complicated and American, which is all Monday really cares to know. He also really wishes that Harley would stop thinking with his penis.
- Luvi Harkess: Luvi's violent tendencies go against Monday's philosophy, but knows the war scarred him, so he is more understanding.