Name: Ruwaydah Al-Jahani
Position: Agent, Level 2 (Specialty in tactics and battlefield planning)
Mental Defense: 2
Physical Defense: 3
Ranged Weapons: 4
Simple Weapons: 4
Mental Health: 7
Addendum 1-A: Inventory of Possessions
Small ivory statue of an antelope.
Variety of books on politics, tactics, and religion.
Addendum 1-B: Inventory of Equipment
Beretta 92FS pistol, with scope
HK Mark 23 Handgun
Mossberg 590 shotgun
Holsters, variety of ammo, etc.
Basic weapons cleaning/repair kit.
Foundation-issue collapsible baton
Addendum 2-A: Notable Character Traits
Calm and direct, and tends to be moreso under pressure.
Thinks before acting.
Lots of experience in tactics.
Addendum 2-B: Notable Character Flaws
Kind of quiet.
Very capable of holding a grudge.
Don't get her started on politics. Or ask her about her mother.
Addendum 3-A: Personnel History
Ruwaydah Al-Jahani was born in Kuwait, the daughter of a female underground political activist named Reema and a Malaysian ambassador who didn't stick around for long. Growing up sleeping on couches in the homes of her mother's sometimes fabulously rich political allies, she began to accompany her mother to covert operations in Afghanistan and Kuwait, and then to work with her full-time- learning tactics, strategy, and war skills literally from her knee. Then, Reema was assassinated.
After wandering for a time, Ruwaydah changed her last name and was employed by a defense contractor, leading missions and becoming more involved in direct combat. In her final mission, she attempted to intercept what she thought was a group of rival soldiers, and turned out to be a cohort of Foundation agents recovering an object. After surviving and conceding defeat in the resulting firefight, her background was assessed and she was offered a job.
Since her employment, she has been involved to various degrees in multiple Foundation operations- many against rival factions, in addition to serving as an Arabic translator. Her skills are considered good, and while she has been rising in rank relatively quickly, she was transferred to Site 23 following refusal of an invitation to join MTF Delta-5 ("Frontrunners").