WINGS BaseDr. Jasper T. Sullivan

A scientist working for WINGS, but his growing attachment to the subjects has him doubting his role

a character in “Wings”, as played by syrafay

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Description

Dr. James has longish black hair that reached past his chin. Just like the typical scientist, he wears a pair of glasses, but they frame the most magnificent set of amber-colored eyes. For the most part, he seems like a typical stern scientist, but his facial expressions are very soft and kind, and he tends to smile more than most scientists.

Personality

Dr. James very much enjoys his work. He loves the discovery and wonder that comes with being a scientist, and he is especially intrigued by his work with the WINGS subjects, but he is kind-hearted, almost too much so. His kind-heartedness isn't very beneficial to his work, but he can't help it. He is sensitive to those around him, but his determination can often turn him steely and terrifying, especially when his anger becomes involved. He is generally very happy, but the sadness of others affects him easily. He is also very wise and understanding.

Equipment

Very much the scientist, you can often find Dr. James with a clipboard, a notebook, and a set of pens. Of course, he has the labs at the WINGS sector all open to his use.

History

Dr. James grew up in a scientific household and has a deep love for the subject himself. He studied long and hard to be able to be a scientist for the government and worked for the government for 3 years before they recognized his abilities and put him on the WINGS project. He has been working for WINGS for almost 8 years now, but his work had begun to tug at his conscious. He has gotten to know each of the subjects very well and can clearly see the injustice done to them in the name of science. When he first started as a hot-blooded scientist eager for new discovery, the thought didn't bother him as much, but the subjects are becoming his friends, and he is beginning to realize that the cost of the research is too much.

OOC: IT WAS VERY ACCIDENTAL, BUT I TYPED JASPER INSTEAD OF JAMES FOR THE NAME, ONLY THERE. OOOPPPPS. SORRY.

So begins...

Dr. Jasper T. Sullivan's Story