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Junior Lieutenant Ivan Semyonovich Dostoevsky
Junior Lieutenant Ivan Semyonovich Dostoevsky
Ivan Semyonovich Dostoevsky
 
Cost

Characteristic

Value Roll Notes
3 STR 13 12- Lift: 151.6kg; Dice: HTH Damage 2 1/2d6 END [1]

Junior Lieutenant Ivan Semyonovich Dostoevsky

12 DEX 14 12- OCV 5 DCV 5
6 CON 13 12-
0 BODY 10 11-
3 INT 13 12- PER Roll 12-
0 EGO 10 11- ECV: 3
0 PRE 10 11- PRE Attack: 2d6
0 COM 10 11-
0 PD 3/7   3/7 PD (0/4 rPD)
0 ED 3/5   3/5 ED (0/2 rED)
6 SPD 3   Mental Defense: 0
0 REC 6   Phases: 4, 8, 12
0 END 26   Running: 6" (12" NC)
0 STUN 24   Swimming: 2" (4" NC)
 

Cost

Powers

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9 SR-1 "Vektor": Killing Attack - Ranged 1d6+1 (vs. PD) (20 Active Points); OAF, Sidearm (-1), 2 clips of 8 Charges (-1/4) [8]
9 Handcuffs: Entangle 3d6, 6 DEF (standard effect: 3 BODY, 6 DEF), Takes No Damage From Attacks All Attacks (+1/2) (67 Active Points); 1 Recoverable Charge (-1 1/4), OAF, Handcuffs (-1), Set Effect (Hands Only) (-1), Does Not Prevent the Use of Accessible Foci (-1), No Range (-1/2), Must Follow Grab or Target Must Be Willing (-1/2), Can Be Automatically Escaped with Modified Lockpicking or Contortionist Roll (-1/2), Cannot Form Barriers (-1/4) [1 rc]
4 Armored Vest: Armor (4 PD/2 ED) (9 Active Points); Activation Roll 12- (-3/4), OIF (-1/2) 0
 

Cost

Skills

3

CK: Moscow (INT-based) 12-

1

Combat Driving 8-

3

Conversation 11-

3

Deduction 12-

0

Everyman Skills

AK: Moscow 11-

Climbing 8-

Concealment 8-

Deduction 8-

Language: Russian (native)

Paramedics 8-

PS: FSB Agent 11-

Shadowing 8-

Stealth 8-

TF: Small Ground Vehicles (Everyman)

3

Fast Draw 12-

1

Gambling 8-

1

FSB Officer Package

Bureaucratics 11-

Contact: Doctor Koctochke (Character Has Useful Resources) 8-

Contact: Patrolman Nickolay Gogol (Character Has Useful Resources) 8-

Criminology 13-

Fringe Benefit: FSB Officer Rank

Fringe Benefit: Weapon Permit

KS: Russian Criminal Law and Procedure 12-

KS: The Law Enforcement World 11-

PS: FSB Officer 11-

Shadowing 12-

Streetwise 11-

WF: Small Arms

Hunted: FSB (Mo Pow, NCI, Watching)

Social Limitation: Subject to Orders (Very Frequently, Major)

2

Navigation 11-

3

Security Systems 12-

3

Stealth 12-
50+ Disadvantages

10

Physical Limitation: Weirdness Magnet (Infrequently, Greatly Impairing)

1

Quirk: Collects Mementos from Crime Scenes

1

Quirk: Has a Fondness for Armenian Women

1

Quirk: Likes American TV

1

Quirk: Prides Himself on Not Taking Bribes

1

Quirk: Scared of Yurodvi and Other Magicians

10

Social Limitation: Name (Frequently, Minor)
0 Experience Points
 
Characteristics Cost 30 Base Points 50
Powers Cost 22 Disadvantages 25
Talents Cost 0 Experience Points 0
Perks Cost 0 Total Points 75
Martial Arts Cost 0
Skills Cost 23
Total Cost 75
 
Concept FSB Officer Hair Colour Brown
Nationality Russian Eye Colour Brown
Place of Birth Moscow, Russia Height 1.68 m/5' 6"
Date of Birth May 21, 1975 Weight 62.00 kg/137 lbs
 
Background

Junior Lieutenant Ivan Semyonovich Dostoevsky, relative peon of the Russian FSB, knows of no blood relation to the famous writer Dostoevsky, yet he has endured constant lifelong torment over the shared name. Even relatively clever people somehow are convinced that they are being original when they ask him how his brothers—the brothers Karamazov—are doing. He's been compared unfavorably to The Idiot. And once he had joined the FSB, the Crime and Punishment jokes became unrelenting.

His former supervisor, Major Beketov, seemed to bear a particular grudge against him for no reason that Ivan Semyonovich could understand except for his last name. Once, deep in his beloved vodka, Beketov confessed that he disliked The Brothers Karamazov—at least the few pages he had read—and it is clear that somehow that antipathy transferred itself to Ivan. Beketov took a perverse delight in assigning him difficult tasks as a result. "Comrade Dostoevsky," he said (Beketov clung to the word "comrade," fading in popularity, as though it could return him to the "good old days" of Brezhnev), "you be the first man through the door." Or "Comrade Dostoevsky, clean up the vomit in the back of the car." "Comrade Dostoevsky, ask that tattooed Lithuanian if he is part of the Organizatsiya." "Comrade Dostoevsky, catalog the entrails." When the opportunity to transfer Dostoevsky to the Russian Dawn group--the most unpleasant, difficult, and dangerous task that Beketov could imagine--presented itself, he did not hesitate, certain that the young man would not survive his first month. Since then, the junior lieutenant has worked as a combination liaison and gofer for Russian Dawn.

Dostoevsky is the grandson of Piotr Semyonovich Dostoevsky, who before his death was a highly placed Communist official and a director of the KGB. Yurodvi has declared the elder Dostoevsky to be an imbecilic oaf, but Dostoevsky still bears pride for his ancestor.

Created by Rob Rogers

Personality
Dostoevsky has a grudging admiration for the Russian Dawn heroes, and is in particular awe of Yurodvi, who frankly terrifies him. Dostoevsky is firmly convinced that the team will eventually be the death of him, but he enjoys being a part of a relatively uncorrupt organization. In a country whose police have often been forced to survive on graft, Dostoevsky prides himself on having avoided taking a single bribe since transferred to the Russian Dawn group.
Quote
Quote: "No, there is no relation, really. No, I haven't heard that Karamazov joke for at least two days. I would laugh if my sides were not so sore from the last time."
Quote about Him: "Comrade Dostoevsky, if our budget could afford spare GPS units, do you not think that those funds could be invested better elsewhere? Were you not a Young Pioneer?"--Major Beketov
Powers

A competent, if plodding, investigator, Dostoevsky has some contacts in organized crime and has a knack for nosing out criminal behavior. He also has a tendency to fall into strange and dangerous situations. Yurodvi has casually referred to him as being "a magnetic for strangeness."

Appearance

Slender, short, and perpetually ill-shaven, Dostoevsky has mousy brown hair that is generally mussed, and gently sloped shoulders. His soulful eyes reflect a depth of character not immediately apparent in casual conversation. He generally wears an FSB uniform.