Player Name



Elizabeth "Geier"


Daughter of "Herr Chirurg", SCP-542, the natural-borne surgeon.


SCP-542-2: Geier's powers are strange, dumb, and complex, stemming from complete perception and control over her own body, the ability to perceive the functions of others' bodies, and her unusual blood that breaks down an assimilates the DNA of any new body parts added. She may spend an Action Point for one of the following functions.
+2 to Medical Skill
Performing an absolutely illogical medical feat (Ex. a one-handed heart transplant) as a normal medical roll. Recipients of her blood in this case, used to force a graft or transplant, must roll for any negative effects.
If Incapacitated, Geier gets +2 to melee and -2 to PhysDef. While Incapped, she must attack the closest enemy. If she causes a wound, she may perform Medical on herself once. She may resist this by spending one Action Point to become normally Incapacitated.


Spare Parts: In a pinch, if she's incapacitated and goes all organ-crazy, she may become indiscriminate between friend and foe. On the upside, years of this have made her very good at not getting all sobby when friends die!
Metabolism Like Woa: Geier's metabolism runs quite a bit higher than that of an average human. While this fuels her unique abilities, this means that she requires more food and water than a normal person otherwise would in order to not start burning up her own organs.
Hippocratic Oath: Believe it or not, Geier actually does want to help people- and not just to steal their organs. Decades of being nurses, doctors, and surgeons have imbued her with a sense of responsibility to patch people up when they need it, even if it distracts from other things.


  • Medical: 4 (Great)
  • Persuasion: 1 (Average)
  • Scholarship (Life Sciences): 3 (Good)
  • Scholarship (Occult): 2 (Fair)
  • Perception: 3 (Good)
  • Steath: 1 (Average)
  • Melee Weapons: 2 (Fair)
  • Physical Defense: 2 (Fair)
  • Mental Defense: 1 (Average)
  • Body: 3 (Good)
  • Mind: 2 (Fair)
  • Action Points: 3
  • Load Limit: 3
  • XP Held: 0
  • XP Used: 0


  • Basic well-stocked first aid kit, military-grade.
  • Collection of various scalpel blades and handles, some antique.
  • A small set of personal syringes.

Personal History

Geier was born in the summer of 1914 in Louisianna, shortly after her father returned to his native Germany for WWI. Her mother did not last long, dying of a weak heart shortly before he returned home to his toddler daughter, unable to save his wife with his newfound gifts. But still, time passed, and before long her father grew aware of his daughter's gifts, so like his own.

It wasn't until the later 1920's that they were found out, as they became more involved in the supernatural community. Then things happened.

Geier hasn't seen her father since then, and has spent the decades since living an interesting life. Several of them, actually. Becoming a nurse, she quickly adapted to an easy way to hide, finding terminally ill individuals and, if she could not help them, making them an offer. She would become them, slowly trading her dying body for theirs and taking on their name, their life, and their history after they made a "miraculous recovery."

It worked pretty well for quite some time, up until she began to work for the Foundation in one of her guises. She thought she had them pretty well fooled, until they revealed that they knew, and then, well…things got bad, and she got the hell out of dodge before she wound up a bunch of spare parts in jars.

With the closing of the library, she has unfortunately found herself aimless again.



Geier's skin is inhumanly cool to the touch, often hovering around the ambient room temperature, but internally she runs a constant fever of 102 degrees.

Geier has a wealth of experience, having lived through the lives of four other women and one man.

Geier used to work as SCP Site 23.

Geier resembles a 98lbs cancer survivor, and thus has the frail frame and body of a prepubescent boy, more or less. Go team bones.

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