Doc Benton does not have a home Playgroup. They cannot interact with Contractors on their Downtimes. They must choose a Playgroup before their fourth Contract.
Doc Benton's Power value does not match their spent Gifts! Power Value: 1 Spent Rewards: 0
A Newbie Contractor played by Redchigh as a Free Agent
A particularly fancy gravestone in a nice graveyard in Scotland, paid for by a fellow contractor, Belle, reads:
"Trusted Friend, Honored Surgeon, Paid the ultimate price to protect the innocent."
"I've Got A Plan!"
Esteemed travelling doctor, mostly residing in southern mountains of California, USA
Lived 130 years, harvesting many organs from others to sustain his curse of a life.
Died his first game, with many of these... 'parts' on his person, and a long path of connected crimes, though he did leave the 'donors' alive when possible...
A book, that included the secrets of his formulae and many alchemical processes, the secret to the curse of unlife, respectlessly looted by the vampire hunters...
Funnily enough, Belle ensured he had the hero's treatment in the end.
Last Words, in the clutches of Anna (NOT Buffy) villian wanna be.
"I got a plan!"
They are 41 years old, and often appears as a thin older german man in a grey tweed suit, neatly trimmed and organized.
4 Occult Sciences
0 Rewards assigned
Doc Benton has studied alchemical secrets and reactions for many years, having integrated many occult, alchemical secrets into his medicine.
From infused herbal dusts in his pockets, to various cremes and ointments he uses during his procedures, he's able to do things modern medicine can't emulate.
Passive, always in effect. All Stabilizations you attempt are considered Proper Stabilizations.
Trophies are special objects and equipment.
Examples of Trophies include healing potions, scrolls, sci-fi technology, or any supernatural item that was not created with The Contract's Gift system.
Because Trophies may have GM-created systems, they also record the Playgroup they were acquired in.