Name: Dr. George Alder (Esq.)
- Defense: 4
- Electronics: 2
- Law: 2
- Mechanics & Craftsmanship: 2
- Medical 1
- Guns: 1
- Science(Engineering): 4
- Stealth: 1
Addendum 1-A: Inventory of Possessions
- Swiss Army Knife
- Electronic Calipers/Slide Rule
- Diver's Watch
- Deck of Cards (Black and red coloring reversed)
Addendum 1-B: Inventory of Equipment
- H&K USP
- Handheld Computer Terminal
Addendum 2-A: Notable Character Traits
Autoshadenfreude: As long as he has a chance to complain about his work, he can always maintain a positive outlook
Born Magician: Can perform magic tricks, do cool things with a deck of cards, that sort of thing. Likes showing off.
Flight or Flight: His first instinct when in danger is to run. His second instinct is also to run. This is remarkably effective at keeping him alive.
Addendum 2-B: Notable Character Flaws
Hypervigilant: His office always ends up being next door to dangerous SCP confinements. The sounds coming through the almost-sufficient soundproofing have taken their toll on his sanity.
Gnostalgic: Excessive use of amnesics means he occasionally feels nostalgic for things he can't remember.
Illegible: His handwriting is almost impossible to read.
Unlucky: Always gets the worst housing, offices, schedules, et cetera.
Addendum 3-A: Personnel History
Dr. Adler was recruited after the results of his research on a sample of SCP-143 were flagged in a routine sweep. As the Foundation's 143 research team had died the week before due to a freak gust of wind, it was deemed more efficient to recruit him than to simply apply amnesics.
After the termination of SCP-083, SCP-682 was recontained right next to his office. Already in a somewhat fragile mental state after the events surrounding the termination, the constant threat of SCP-682 and eventual escape attempt was enough to push him over the edge into complete paranoia.
Addendum 3-B: Miscellaneous
Undergoing retraining after injury and psychological trauma from the latest SCP-682 incident. Class B amnesics have already been applied to reverse the trauma, at the expense of reducing his knowledge and experience.