#1 – Dr. Magdalie Stelebeck

| November 1, 2011 | 2 Comments

“Controversial” is an understatement when it comes to Dr. Stelebeck. She’s a medical genius, and has discovered many treatments for the most critical of terminal diseases and genetic disorders. She was once called the pioneer of modern medical science. She is also wanted in over fifty countries for kidnapping, mass murder, torture, illegal human experimentation, and general crimes against humanity. You know… the usual.

Magdalie Stelebeck has travelled the globe, seeking refuge from her various pursuers in remote countries while searching for funding for her research. No official research institutes want anything to do with her, and she was kicked out of medical school for her early experiments. Her research is mostly done alone, and with funding from behind-the-doors deals with various companies and countries, who are greedy for the cures and treatments she can provide them.

A quirky, likeable personality, except for that whole “murdering people for the good of medical science” thing. She’s actually quite a pleasant person to have a light conversation with. She has a bad habit of chewing on whatever she’s holding onto, whether it’s a pen or a surgeon’s scalpel. Dr. Stelebeck also seems to have a strange fascination with the color orange.

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  1. RandomSyhn says:

    I like the idea of an amoral scientist. The fact that she is genuinley likeable is a new twist, although her lack of moral qualms tends towards the sociopathic. Nice work.

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