Mystery of Atlantis
Mother Superior Valerie Weston
“I know my appearance is dreadful, dear, but don’t be
alarmed. These boils are God’s way of testing me. Now I
couldn’t help but notice that you were driving a vehicle
identical to the one that the police scanner broadcast
mentioned earlier this evening. Oh please, dear. Put the
gun away. You won’t shoot a deformed nun. You’re wearing
a crucifix because you are far too afraid of the eternal
consequences for such a crime. No? Fine. Shoot… That is
what I thought. Take a seat, dear. I’ll call the authorities.”
Appearance: An elderly nun, she wears her black robe and habit
at all times. Her hands and face are pockmarked with scars and
tiny boils, giving her a rather ghastly appearance.
Roleplaying: She constantly asks questions about things that she
observes in other people.
Personality: She is genuinely happy and a gentle soul.
Motivation: She believes that God gave her a purpose, but she
has yet to discover it.
Background: When she was a young nun working in one of
the poorest regions on the globe, she contracted a horrible skin
disease that disfigured her for life. She was ashamed of herself
and refused to speak, and since she would not converse with
people, she learned to observe them instead. Eventually she came
to terms with her deformity, and is now making up for lost time
questioning everyone she meets about every detail of their lives.
Traits: (PB) Hideous, leader, religious