Tae-Song Lee

Korean-American Financial Consultant and Army Veteran

Description:

Date of birth: 19 April 1985
Date of death/resurrection: 2 August 2011
Height: 5’8"
Weight: 158

Geist: Joseph Franz Weber
Keystone Memento: Ship’s lantern

Virtue: Prudence
Vice: Greed

Archetype:
Threshold: The Prey

Psyche: 1 (maximum 1 plasm/turn)

Synergy: 7
Health: 7
Size: 5
Speed: 10
Defense: 2
Armor: -
Initiative Mod: +5
XP: # XP



Attributes
Mental Physical Social
Intelligence (2) Strength (2) Presence (1)
Wits (2) Dexterity (2) Manipulation (2)
Resolve (4) Stamina (3) Composure (3)

Skills
Mental Physical Social
Academics (3) (Specialty: Business) Athletics (1) Animal Ken (0)
Computer (2) Brawl (2) (Specialty: Disarms) Empathy (1)
Crafts (1) Drive (0) Expression (0)
Investigation (2) Firearms (1) Intimidation (0)
Medicine (1) Larceny (0) Persuasion (2)
Occult (0) Stealth (0) Socialize (1)
Politics (1) Survival (2) (Specialty: Navigation) Streetwise (0)
Science (1) Weaponry (1) Subterfuge (0)


Merits

  • Language: English (3)
  • Resources (2)
  • Eidetic Memory

Keys

  • Grave-Dirt
  • Phantasmal

Manifestations
TBD



Attribute/Skill/Manifestation Maximum:
Maximum plasm:
Maximum plasm per turn:
Anchors: none
Time in Underworld: none



Key possessions

  • Smartphone
  • Laptop
  • 2009 Hyundai Elantra
Bio:

The life of Tae-Song Lee is full of transitions. The transition from his birthplace of Seoul to Madison, Wisconsin. The transition from student to university graduate (in International Business, which no doubt made his father quite proud). The transition back across the Pacific in order to transition from civilian to military life, as was his duty as a South Korean citizen. And finally, a transition back to a civilian life in Wisconsin, having landed a consulting job at Northwestern Mutual. He’s still a bit of an outsider (most of his coworkers are not Korean, most have never served in the military, etc.) but he’s finally getting the sense of settling in. Realistically, how many more transitions could there be coming up in the near future?

Tae-Song Lee

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