Jack Lawrence

Customs Warehouse Manager

Description:

Motivation: I’m just waiting for the pension to kick in
Face of: U.S. Customs Warehouse #13
High Concept
Customs Warehouse Manager
Other Aspects
I’d Rather be Surfing; If You Can’t Beat Them, Join Them; On The Take
Skills
Athletics: Fair (2)
Deceit: Fair (2)
Discipline: Average (1)
Empathy: Average (1)
Investigation: Fair (2)
Rapport: Average (1)
Scholarship: Average (1)
Others default to Mediocre (0)
Stunts
Pretender (Deceit): When using Deceit in place of Rapport, gain 2 to rolls.
Best Foot Forward (Rapport): add 1 to first impression rolls with no negative outcome possible.
Capable Researcher (Scholarship): Mundane research completed 2 time increments faster.
Stress
Mental 2
Physical 2
Social 2
Total Refresh Cost: -1 (Pure Mortal)

Bio:

Jack Lawrence is a very likeable guy with a laid back, easy going attitude. That, and his love of surfing might make you think he’s a San Francisco (or at least California) native, but he’s not. If you ask him, he’ll tell you he’s a transplant from “Podunk, Idaho” wherever that is. Regardless, the surfing keeps his slim frame in shape, and his boyish good looks make him popular with the ladies. He keeps his chestnut brown hair short, and almost always has a smile on his face. He was married at one time, but they divorced. Since then, his steadiest relationship seems to be with his job.

Jack runs U.S. Customs Warehouse #13. It’s not a glamorous job, but it has its perks. Fulltime employment, benefits, a pension plan, and the occasional kickback to look the other way for the Fenghuang Trading Company. Jack figured out what was happening at the warehouse a while ago, and elevated the issue until an investigation was launched. Three months later the investigators concluded there was no evidence of wrongdoing. Along the way, Jack’s reputation took a pretty severe beating. Disillusioned with the system, Jack decided to profit from his circumstance and cut a deal with the CEO of the Fenghuang Trading Company.

Jack Lawrence

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