The Analyst

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Patterns are everywhere, and data is paramount. No one can look at the data like you can, making sense out of the seeming randomness of life. If there's a hidden meaning, you'll find it.

Current Role

I think science research might suit the Analyst. I could also see him doing something with Internal Investigation. But I'm flexible.

I've noticed that I'm a bit limited in my interactions by my time zone. I've noticed that very few people will even start scenes until after I should be in bed, so if I have a lot of connections to people who RP while I'm asleep, it's not going to help any of us. This is only going to get worse going forward, because my job is going to require me getting up even earlier once I finish training next week. ^.^;;

Given their previous character arc, it might be interesting for him to have a connection with Addict. But whatever works!

TD says: I can make you a data analyst in the science division with Addict. Run with that.

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Previous Incarnations


The Analyst (1)

Patterns are everywhere, and data is paramount. No one can look at the data like you can, making sense out of the seeming randomness of life. If there's a hidden meaning, you'll find it.



Quentin Deavers (Alien Mutation)

You've always loved gadgets, technology - toys, basically. Weyland-Yutani lets you play with the BEST toys. Since coming onto Project 937 as the SysTech, your job has been maintaining and operating things even you didn't know had been designed. It's Wonderland. They're all busy working on some bio-weapon or another, one that may require stun tech like you've never imagined just to keep it contained, but that's their problem, not yours. Yoouu just make sure what they need works when they need it.


Aleister Munson (Prosperity's Price)



The Analyst (2)

Some people gather data to solve problems, make more money, or gather power. Not the Analyst. This guy is an information magpie. A collector. He chases down knowledge the way little old ladies hunt for antique tchotchkes at garage sales. Not because they care about that individual figurine, but because there's an empty space on their shelf begging to be filled.



Bik (Carnival)

Coming to America

"So there was this thing in the 1800s where those Brits just went absolute bonkers for all things Asian. Japanese, Chinese, you name it, they stole it and mixed it in a pot and vomited it up all over their art and clothes and silly little tea sets. Anyway... So there was this one little group of Brits. Kind of a cult, you might say. Totally okay chaps and all, but bonkers. They fancied themselves Japanese Buddhists, but the thing is, they didn't really speak Japanese, right? And they'd never met a Buddhist. So they end up digging up some half-translated nonsense about a scarecrow that knows everything, and all of a sudden that's the guy they're worshipping, right? I know, amazing! So anyway, they tell their kids all about this scarecrow guy, and their kids grow up and move over here. And that's how old Bik was born. Kuebiko to m'dad."

That's what he tells anyone who asks, anyway. Is that true? Isn't it? Who knows!


Bik is technically supposed to be serving as a barker. The truth is, he can hardly ever be found where he's /supposed/ to be. It's the darndest thing, really. Everyone knows he can't walk, but somehow he always seems to turn up sitting right there in the shadows when some important bit of information is being shared or a secret is being told. You could have sworn that shadow was empty a moment ago, and how on earth does he wheel that flimsy chair around with those skinny arms, anyway?! But improbably, somehow there he is.

It's an open secret around the carnival that if you're looking to put a bee in your bonnet, Bik is your man. If he doesn't know what you're looking for, he'll know who does.