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Dr. Theodore "Laz" Lazcowicz
Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced.

A 8-Victory Novice Contractor played by EvilRicktator in Maelstrom

Dr. Theodore "Laz" Lazcowicz is a medical researcher who will risk his life to become the ultimate Nanocyborg and Make humanity worthy of immortality.

He is 42 years old, lives in a comfortable apartment in Chicago, Illinois, and often appears as A middle aged man with hints of grey appearing in otherwise dark brown hair and beard. Usually dressed in comfortable slacks and a buttoned shirt, favoring darker colors.

Dr. Theodore "Laz" Lazcowicz lives in Maelstrom, a setting where videos of the supernatural go viral every day. His journal, Sufficiently Advanced Magic, has 19 entries. His Questionnaire has 23 answers.

Attributes

Brawn

3

Charisma

3

Dexterity

3

Intellect

6

Perception

3

Abilities

3 Alertness

0 Animals

1 Athletics

1 Brawl

3 Crafts

2 Culture

2 Drive

2 Firearms

3 Influence

2 Investigation

5 Medicine

0 Melee

1 Occult

0 Performance

3 Science

1 Stealth

0 Survival

3 Technology

1 Thievery

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Initiative: 0 dice
Movement: 0 feet
Dash: 0 feet
Perception + Alertness: 0 dice

Injuries

(Dr. Theodore "Laz" Lazcowicz is unharmed)

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Battle Scars

Dice penalties from Battle Scars do not stack with Stress

(Dr. Theodore "Laz" Lazcowicz has no Battle Scars)

Body 7

Stress

9 Mind

0
Miffed
0
Agitated
Bruised
0
Distracted
Hurt
-1
Rattled
Injured
-1
Worried
Wounded
-2
Alarmed
Mauled
-3
Frantic
Maimed
-4
Delirious
X_X

Limits

Atrocities
Murder
Near-Death Experience

Traumas

  • Anti-Social You struggle with engaging in social interaction.
  • Delusion: Unbreakable When this character receives an injury or someone else attempts to treat or point out an existing one, the character must succeed on a self-control roll to become aware of it. This character may not take actions to stabilize or heal any injury they are unaware of and will resist treatment of such injuries from others

  • BioNeural Alignment

    Whenever , regain one Source. Cooldown: one day

    Circumstances

    Finances: Comfortable-
    From Assets and Liabilities
    Your finances are in-order, and you can afford to spare some for your Contracting. You have access to $25,000 (or equivalent currency) per Contract. 10k of your original 35k is paid out to Stacy, in return for her favor and silence.
    Minor Point of Contact: Chicago Shipping
    Given by PascalsAngel
    You know someone in a specific industry or area of influence, and can lean on them for assistance. Once per Downtime, you may call in a favor from Stacy. Your contact is not brainwashed or supernaturally compelled, and they may refuse to do things which are unreasonable or absurd. You may attempt to call in additional favors beyond the first one, but these are not guaranteed, and over-use of your contact may cause you to lose them, as well as create potential Loose Ends.

    Conditions

    From Assets and Liabilities
    Attuned Autoimmune Your background has exposed you to a wide variety of toxins and diseases, and you have adapted to resist. +2 dice to resistance rolls against any diseases or toxins.

    Loose Ends

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    Contractor Timeline

    8 Victories - 1 Failure
    Remaining Exp: 11 (Earned: 235 - Spent: 224)
    An itemized record of every Contract, Reward, Experience change, Condition, Circumstance, and Move

    Moves

    Dr. Theodore "Laz" Lazcowicz has made 0 Moves.
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    Biography

    From the time he was young, Todd knew he wanted to help people. Before he knew the meaning of the term he was the "mom friend" of whatever group he was in. this passion continued throughout his primary education and led him to major in Biomedical Science at Bradley college, where some computer science classes he took (mostly to spend time with a girl) in his sophomore year snowballed into a genuine interest and a minor in Computer and Information Systems. After graduating with distinction, Todd was able to secure entry to a masters program, and later the MD-PHD program in Biomedical Engineering at Johns-Hopkins. From there he was recruited to a private firm based out of Chicago as a clinical researcher.

    Much of Todd's professional activities after that are a matter he won't willingly discuss, nor will any of the corporate entities involved. In a world of Illuminations and powerful and dangerous investment firms, NDAs can become truly dangerous. For those with the connections or investigative skills to pull back the curtain, Todd is a research fellow with Andromeda Biotech, a company with seemingly too deep pockets for its age. What Todd and his team have worked on is a steady stream of medical technology that outstrips publicly available medical science by decades at least, and which NEVER sees the light of day.

    Nine months ago, Todd discovered that through exposure in the lab he was suffering from a degenerative nerve condition. Beginning with migraine headaches and tremors in his hands, it began to progress rapidly. After failing to come up with anything on every test he could quietly do, and desperate to halt the progress before symptoms became impossible to hide, Todd made a fateful decision to treat himself with the latest project, a self-replicating nanotech designed for cellular repair of a variety of issues. High risk, but with a very brief window of opportunity before the project materials were whisked off to wherever the company took their successful proofs of concept.

    Now paranoidly careful to avoid blood tests from any other provider, Todd has been monitoring his own progress. As the tech's diagnostic capabilities were underdeveloped, Todd has set them to work physically repairing the damaged nerve coatings and fibers directly, and scaled their replication limits to well above normal tolerance, and he is making headway. Only the migraines remain, though they have gotten worse when Todd attempts mentally intensive tasks.

    What Todd is not yet aware of is that the devices are going off book. With the increased number of "cells" in their network they have begun improving their own diagnostic assessments, and have taken it upon themselves to replace Todd's own immune response, with greater-than-OEM efficiency.

    The nanite project has been deprioritized, which offers some small comfort that his actions may escape direct scrutiny, but also limits the information that he can get on his own treatment, as his personal devices lack appropriate protocols to communicate with his nanites for now.

    Assets And Liabilities

    Assets

    -6 Attuned Autoimmune
    -6 Finances: Comfortable