Fascinating to think that this quivering lump of meat contains everything that makes you, you.
Dr. Freeman makes a circular incision around his patient's head and removes the top of their skull. He closes his eyes, places his fingertips directly on the patient's brain, and starts to massage the grey matter. He may then sift through the patient's memories at will. As he does so, little electric arcs crackle between his fingertips and the exposed brain. This procedure is incredibly invasive and thorough but may cause the death of the patient.
Directly touch the brain of an incapacitated, sleeping, or drugged target, Exert your Mind, spend 2 Rounds establishing a connection, and make a contested roll of your Charisma + Medicine vs their Mind. Additionally, roll 1d10. If the result is a 1, the patient's brain is destroyed.
You must maintain concentration as long as you are reading their memories. If your target moves out of range or your concentration is interrupted, the effect ends.
This Power has no Exertion cost if the target has an Intelligence score of 2 or less. You may read memories that the target has forgotten.
This Power lets you ask specific questions about the target’s memory like “what is their computer password,” “What were they doing at 4:00PM yesterday?” “When was the last time they met so and so?”, And answers generally play back like a scene. This Power does not allow you to glean large synthesis answers like “Is she a good person?” “Is she planning on backstabbing us?” “Is she popular?”
Condition - The target has an Intelligence of 2 or less.