|First Mission||5 (Serial Killer)|
|Reason assigned to HMRC||Volunteer|
A transhumanist who was one of the first of the Doctor's experiments. Died fighting the next experiment.
At character creationEdit
A gangly fellow of moderate height, with dull eyes and average brown hair. He has a prosthetic left hand (same functionality as the original hand- it's just not original.)
Wearing black, metal plated gloves made out of some sort of heavy, smooth, almost metallic cloth. These gloves connect via a airtight seal to a full body suit of similar design, solid black and coated in overlapping, carefully shaped, black metal plates, like the carapace of a beetle. You feel your head. It's metal, studded with a half dozen different cameras all along the crown and back of the head. There's something attached to the front as well, like a scrap of leather stretched over the unshaped, cylindrical thing that is now your head, but you can't see it. Hung over all this metal and synthetic cloth is a butcher's apron, secured behind your neck and under your arms, and reaching to just below your knees. It's startlingly white against the solid black of the rest of your armor.
Thrak is a staunch transhumanist, who fully believes that the fleshy meatsack he currently inhabits is flawed, limited, and a dead-end. He aims to improve himself by any means possible, and has volunteered for the HMRC in the misguided belief that all the exotic tech available here is a great way to move beyond his humanity.
Last Levelup: N/A