Name: Úlfr Noki
Position: D-Class — Keter Duty. Absolutely no irrelevant information is to be disclosed to Noki at any time. All level 1 personnel and higher are hereby cleared to administer any and all amnesiacs necessary if accidental disclosure occurs.
- Melee Attack: 2
- Acrobatics: 1
- Driving: 1
- Stealth: 3
- Sense Motive: 1
- Gun Combat: 1
- Thrown Weapons: 2
- Thievery: 2
- Defense: 4
Addendum 1-A: Inventory of Possessions
Simple, D-Class jump suit and identification tags. Any equipment required for his duties are made available to him and confiscated before and after each duty.
Addendum 1-B: Inventory of Equipment
Addendum 2-A: Notable Character Traits
A strange luck streak. Normally calm and compliant. Very good at adapting to new situations.
Addendum 2-B: Notable Character Flaws
A strange luck streak. Sometimes has extreme fits of rage and violence. Is a D-Class.
Addendum 3-A: Personnel History
On September 23, [REDACTED], Noki's wife accused him of assault. He was convicted and stayed in prison for 10 years. Unfortunately, on the day he was meant to be released, our D-Class registration system filed him and he was hired immediately. After tripping, a guard placed him on Keter Duty. Despite all of the extremely dangerous situations he's been in, he has not suffered any serious injuries.
Addendum 3-B: Miscellaneous
D-Class Psychiatric Analysis
Performed by: [REDACTED]
While mostly stable, Noki has several severe issues, mostly rooted in his childhood. He seems to have witnessed a traumatic event, either directed at him or to someone close to him. His quiet demeanor hides a vicious and violent personality, but requires an extensive amount of stress and triggers to cause his rage to emerge.
He expresses many grievances with his current situation, citing his 10 years in prison and his wife accusing him of assault 'bad enough'. He complains of the guards harassing him and how difficult his Keter duties are. However, despite all of his problems with the work, he works well and hard, and saves complaints only for our sessions.
Constant therapeutic work is necessary for Noki. He's a startlingly bright person, having apparently gotten away with dozens of large robberies and thefts in his teenage years, and his ability to think quickly is a great asset. If he improves his emotional issues, he could become a useful tool for the Foundation. I, [REDACTED], hereby place my nomination for Noki to be exempt from all future termination dates until noted otherwise by any higher level personnel.