Tennyson Ryans- Original

The Following is the Original Sheet for Tennyson Ryans. It Exists for Reference, and in the Event Tennyson Returns to his Originally Intended Anomalous Status. Until Such Time, the Following is Noncanonical.

Notice: This Variant of Tennyson Ryans is Afflicted by PTSD and Depression

Player: MarshallR/Rogue

Position: Containment

Demeanor: Cold, Tennyson has difficulties opening up to most upon first interacting.

Nature: Tennyson is a man of regret and sorrow. His empathy is his ultimate downfall as he has a hard time facing emotional difficulties.

Description: A Caucasian man in his early 30's, Tennyson stands at 5'9" with messy brown hair, which he's recently cut shorter. He wears low-perscription glasses over his green eyes, only during field work. Tennyson maintains a clean and neat appearance with pressed shirts and dress pants, providing his assignment permits him, but for the life of him can never find his razor to shave.


  • Physical Health: 7
  • Mental Health: 7
  • Physical Defense: 5
  • Mental Defense: 2
  • Perception: 3
  • Agility: 3
  • Strength: 4
  • Persuasion: 4
  • Bluff: 4
  • Melee: 4 (2+2 STR)
  • Ranged: 3
  • Sneak: 3
  • Medical: 3
  • Kinetic Charge (Anomalous): As the host for the Anomalous phenomenon Melody Tennyson may manipulate a stange plasma-like substance. May only be weaponized when in in contact with Melody.
  • Deterioration (Anomalous Flaw): Due to Tennysons link to Melody, he must maintain contact for a minimum of 6 consecutive hours a day to prevent cellular deterioration.
  • Dark Pulse: 3. That damned book, sometimes it's better to read and follow. When Tennyson has Melody on hand, he may use his Kinetic charge ability as a Ranged attack.

Effects: +3 RNG Applies: When Melody is in Tennysons possession. Cannot be applied to Firearms.

  • Hippocratic: 4. A doctors job never ends, even when they leave their profession. Although Tennyson no long stands in his office, he still knows his way around the world of medicine.

Effects: +4 MEDI Applies: When preforming medical treatment on runs. Must be at full mHealth

  • Divulge: 4. Through his studies and time as a renowned Psychologist, Tennyson knows what makes people tick- and how to act along to get them talking, not always for the right reasons.

Effects: +2 PURS, +2 PERC Applies: When one on one with non-hostile. Must be at full mHealth

  • Merciful: 2. Upon reaching the age of 12, Tennyson learned fear is plentiful. It hinders his goals, and through his time as a psychologist- he can pinpoint it.

Effects +2 PERC Applies: When in combat, must be at full mHealth.


  • Makarov PM
    • (3) Backup magazines
  • Standard Foundation-issue pocketknife
  • Melody
    • Melody is small leather-bound journal with a mind of its own. Tennyson Ryans serves as its current host, when active the journal will glow green as its wishes appear written in jade colored ink in the pages. Information written inside its pages is perfectly ingraved into the hosts mind.



  • Trenchcoat
  • A collection of novels which seems to grow with every new assignment
  • Voigtlander Vitessa
  • A small silver locket
  • A maple conductors rod

Personal History:

Born in Copenhagen in the early 1920's, Tennyson Ryans lived with his parents, Wendel and William Ryans, along with his sister Amity, attending school at an accelerated pace due to his interest in Psychology and Triage. After completing his Compulsory education, Tennyson left for America with his family in the mid 1930's, facing harsh backlash for his accent and mannerisms being distinctly unamerican in the eyes of his peers.

Melody, a journal gifted to him by his mother became active in the mid 1930's upon arrival in America. At first Tennyson seldom noticed. As the journal began to bond with him, it became more and more apparent he was becoming a different person. On his 17th birthday, Tennyson engaged in combat with his sister Amity- prompted by his parents lack of acknowledgement of his talents and attempts to impress them. The fight was promptly ended by Wendel Ryans, as she remained a partial host of Melody at the time. Wendel opted to end Tennysons use of the journal by severing the link between them, but was unable to they two had become linked beyond separation.

Upon turning 18, Tennyson enrolled in the University of Cambridge at the urging of his parents, particularly his father, he was accepted on scholarship narrowly due to his exceptional school record, but faced more ridicule from his peers than he'd imagined possible. From his first year, he'd become a recluse. He spent hours upon hours a week to learn an American accent, mastering it for the most part by the end of two weeks. The lessening of the harassment did nothing to draw Ryans from his reclusion, as his studies managed fine in seclusion.

Graduating with his Master's in Psychology, Ryans left to return to his home in Copenhagen. However, he found many of his subjects to be textbook cases. He'd chosen Psychology for the in-depth analysis of the human psyche, not to deal with general depression. In 1944, Tennyson made the decision to move to Italy, but for a different reason. Tennyson had in fact had the displeasure of being the physician for Shiloh Connor, a traumatised anomaly being groomed for employment in Marshall, Carter and Dark. Due to his failure of this diagnosis, followed by being held at gunpoint- Tennyson left for Italy.

Once settled in, his subjects were far from textbook as he found himself analyzing those affected by war, racism, facism and death. He truly cared for his patients, yet it still wasn't enough. He wanted more from his career. By 1951, Tennyson had made a name for himself as a brilliant Psychologist. He'd treated veterans, victims of war, holocaust survivors, he saw the world through his patients eyes.

Soon after, his work had caught the eye of a blooming organization- The Foundation. He'd been offered the chance to apply his psychology to the real world instead of a small office, and he promptly accepted.


  • English
  • Danish
  • Italian
  • Norwegian


  • His eyes may darken when enraged to a near forest green
  • Shows interest in nighttime photography
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