An Egg

Player: N/A

Position: Consumable (Delta-4)

Demeanor: Quiet and fragile. Puts up a tough exterior and cracks easily under pressure.

Nature: Soft and much more colorful on the inside. Tasty and nutritious.

Description: It's an egg.

Stats:

Characters have 15 points to spend. It costs one point to buy a rank in a stat, or to be trained in a skill. Trained skills are indicated with bold.

Health
  • Physical Health: 1
  • Mental Health: 1
  • Strength:
    • Athletics
    • Melee
    • Ranged (heavy)
  • Toughness: 3
    • Resilience
    • Determination
    • Antipsychic
  • Speed: 2
    • Acrobatics
    • Stealth
    • Ranged
  • Charm: 3
    • Persuasion
    • Bluff
    • Intimidation
  • Intelligence:
    • Perception
    • Insight
    • Logic
  • Education: 3
    • Science
    • Engineering
    • History
    • Survival
    • Medicine
Specialties

You have eight 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.

  • Tasty and Nutritious: 4. If eaten by another PC, Egg rolls a medical roll +4 and restores that much health to the PC. However, this move immediately kills Egg and removes it from the game until another egg is taken out of the Common Room refrigerator.
  • The Perfect Shape:4 Egg gains a +4 to Charm when attempting to seduce an NPC.

Gear:

  • 647 kJ of energy
  • 1.12g Carbohydrates
  • 10.6g Fat
  • 12.6g Protein
  • Vitamin A
  • Calcium
  • Potassium
  • Phosphorus
  • Water
  • Cholesterol
  • Glutamic Acid
  • Zinc
  • M1911 (with suppressor)

Possessions:

Family Photograph

Personal History:

Bird eggs have been valuable foodstuffs since prehistory, in both hunting societies and more recent cultures where birds were domesticated. The chicken probably was domesticated for its eggs (from jungle fowl native to tropical and subtropical Southeast Asia and India) before 7500 BCE. Chickens were brought to Sumer and Egypt by 1500 BCE, and arrived in Greece around 800 BCE, where the quail had been the primary source of eggs. In Thebes, Egypt, the tomb of Haremhab, dating to approximately 1420 BCE, shows a depiction of a man carrying bowls of ostrich eggs and other large eggs, presumably those of the pelican, as offerings. In ancient Rome, eggs were preserved using a number of methods and meals often started with an egg course. The Romans crushed the shells in their plates to prevent evil spirits from hiding there. In the Middle Ages, eggs were forbidden during Lent because of their richness. The word mayonnaise possibly was derived from moyeu, the medieval French word for the yolk, meaning center or hub.

Egg scrambled with acidic fruit juices were popular in France in the seventeenth century; this may have been the origin of lemon curd.

The dried egg industry developed in the nineteenth century, before the rise of the frozen egg industry. In 1878, a company in St. Louis, Missouri started to transform egg yolk and egg white into a light-brown, meal-like substance by using a drying process. The production of dried eggs significantly expanded during World War II, for use by the United States Armed Forces and its allies.

In 1911, the egg carton was invented by Joseph Coyle in Smithers, British Columbia, to solve a dispute about broken eggs between a farmer in Bulkley Valley and the owner of the Aldermere Hotel. Early egg cartons were made of paper.

Miscellaneous:

Egg doesn't talk much because eggs don't have mouths.

Loot

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Contacts

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