Name: Stanley Chester Blevins
Position: Security Forces Human Resource Officer Liaison
Mental Defense: 5
Physical Defense: 2
Ranged Weapons: 3
Mental Health: 7
Addendum 1-A: Inventory of Possessions
Level 12 coffee mug with the phrase "You don't have to be crazy to work here…but it sure helps!" embossed on it
Level 14 coffee mug with the phrase "World's Best Dad" embossed on it
Level 27 decorative plaque indicating that he was the U.S. Army Soldier of the Year, 1976
Level 35 wall-sized map of Rhodesia
Level 72 medal display case
Addendum 1-B: Inventory of Equipment
Level 45 Pen of Paperwork Filing
Level 7 stapler
Addendum 2-A: Notable Character Traits
Consummate Patience: Blevins is a very patient man, as demanded by his job. It takes a lot of paperwork or an abnormally large amount of stupidity to cause him to lose his temper.
Addendum 2-B: Notable Character Flaws
Paper Pusher: Every time Blevins is confronted with a stack of papers, he must roll Mental Defense and pass a check of 14. Failing the check will result in an outburst of rage.
Addendum 3-A: Personnel History
Staff Sgt. Stanley Blevins served two tours of duty in Vietnam with U.S. Army's ██ Division in ███████ ███████ From 19██ to 19██. Upon receiving an honorable discharge, Blevins became a soldier of fortune and served in Rhodesia until that country's collapse in 1979. Upon returning to the United States, he re-enlisted in the U.S. Army. Granted additional security clearance, Blevins eventually became liaison with Foundation agents; with the Army's downsizing in the early 1990's, Blevins was hired as a full-time Foundation employee.
Blevins' primary tasks include dealing with Human Resources bullshit in the Security department, as well as overseeing Site Human Intensive Training courses.
Addendum 3-B: Miscellaneous
Blevins bears a striking resemblence to Lt. Gen. Fred Franks. While married, Blevins has no children.