Teo Ross

Player: Stallmantic

Position: Spy/Double Agent

Demeanor: Large person, seems somewhat intimidating

Nature: Way more dramatic than he needs to be, even enough to supersede his dislike of danger if he thinks it’ll make himself look better.

Description: Tall, stocky, black hair, typically wearing flamboyant clothes


  • Physical Health: 12
  • Mental Health: 12
  • Strength: 3
    • Athletics
    • Melee
    • Ranged (heavy)
  • Toughness: 2
    • Resilience
    • Determination
    • Antipsychic
  • Speed: 2
    • Acrobatics
    • Stealth
    • Ranged
  • Charm: 3
    • Persuasion
    • Bluff
    • Intimidation
  • Intelligence: 1
    • Perception
    • Insight
    • Logic
  • Education:
    • Science
    • Engineering
    • History
    • Survival
    • Medicine
  • In Character: 2. Teo is most comfortable when playing a character. He manages to play others better than himself. Andrew Lloyd Webber respectfully declined his audition, but he must not have known what he was missing out on. (+2 to Bluff and Persuasion while in a uniform the GM would deem “trustworthy”)
  • Silent, Bloodless Takedown 4. Teo is not a fan of active combat, and would prefer that any and all fights be resolved as quickly as possible, without getting blood on the uniform he needs. Thus, in his time in the Foundation, he has learned a large variety of silent, bloodless takedowns, including strangling, blunt force trauma, and carotid punches. However, he is not strong enough to take down enemies bigger than himself, or non-humans. Teo will gradually strangle an enemy, doing 1d4+4 unarmed damage, with the enemy doing athletics checks every turn to attempt to escape. (Teo can perform a chokehold, doing 1d4+4 unarmed damage until the enemy passes an athletics check.)
  • They’re cool, okay?: 2. Teo has never been a fan of heavy weapons, preferring handguns in almost any scenario, especially his baby, his revolver. When shooting a handgun while undetected, Teo gets a +2 range bonus. After all, handguns are absolutely, irrefutably, the coolest weapons. (+2 to Range when shooting a handgun while undetected)


  • Colt Python Revolver
  • Standard MTF gear
  • Comedy mask
  • Tragedy mask


  • Several unpublished screenplays
  • Football helmet
  • A second revolver in a container labeled “break glass in case of dramatic tension”

Personal History:

Growing up poor, his father wanted Teo to win football money, while his mother believed he should foster his talent. Teo's football teammates constantly bullied him for his love of theatre, so Teo learned to keep that a secret from everybody, practically living a double life, settling comfortably into the role of the theatre hating jock by day, and the jock hating theatre kid by night. When he graduated high school, Teo had to decide what he wanted to do with his life, and despite being offered football scholarships, he didn't get any for the school he wanted to go to for theatre, and thus enrolled in the military to try to be able to afford his preferred college.

During boot camp, Teo was noted for being of Asian descent, and for his skills in lying, which was relayed to a military intelligence agent, who enrolled him in Project Phoenix, a program designed to spy on the Viet Cong, including becoming fluent in Vietnamese. Teo excelled in this field, and was sent to Vietnam a year after, with a mission to infiltrate the Viet Cong, to relay enemy plans back to the Americans. Posing as a Vietnamese farmer who had been tortured and left to die by the Americans, Teo successfully infiltrated a village. Several months into his service, he discovered that his village was about to receive a shipment of what was described as “Magic Weapons” from a group of Englishmen.

The shipment was intercepted. The village was razed to the ground, and Teo was allowed to return to America for psychological evaluation. However, when he returned, he was intercepted by a man who represented an organization known as the Foundation, and promised Teo that he would never have to return to service if he accepted the job. In a snap decision, Teo decided to put his theatre dreams on hold indefinitely to serve in the Foundation. After several years of working in the Foundation, and numerous failed auditions, he resigned himself to stay in the Foundation until he retired or died, whichever came first.


Teo has many stories about meeting famous actors or composers, but conveniently forgot to get any proof that he has met them. He also hates Andrew Lloyd Webber because he believes Andrew was just jealous of his talent.


Omega-5: Alias



Formal theatre and football training. Has been in the military and was under the employ of the Foundation for several years before being assigned to Omega-5.

Missions | Equip Points: 0

Run Name Points Given/Loot Gained Date
Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License