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28 August 2006 @ 12:10 am
Character Applications  
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Autumn Ashesautumnashes on September 12th, 2006 04:27 pm (UTC)
Application: Head of Science Dept, Part II

Brief Background // Rick started out his rebellious career early, being skipped two grades when he was only seven and winning a county-wide math competition against students four years his senior. His brother and sisters were bringing home the boyfriends and girlfriends, and he spent his time bringing home awards and academic competition trophies. He had a very uneventful life (as far as trauma goes), and has a very caring and loving family in spite of their unconventional career choices. When he decided he wanted to attend the highest ranked university on the continent his parents shelled out the money without question, most of which he was pleased to be able to return to them when he recieved numerous scholarships throughout his academic career. He started working for a biomedical company in their research department fresh out of college, but his research proved to be too advanced for their resources. He began working for ShinRa just after Advent Children's events, in their science department, and was promoted to head of the department a year previous to the current timeline when his predecessor retired.

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Skills // Rick has a lot, but his specialty is cooking and baking.
Occupation [if any] // Head of the Science Department
Weapon(s)[if any] // No regular weapons, but if he really needs one he'll borrow one from the test units.

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Note // Rick's primary research is in the field of 'biological weapons' for defensive purposes. His current pet projects include the creation of a defensive unit in the form of an android (still in its testing stages to flesh out the newly installed A.I.) and the development of androids using organic materials as well as implantation of artificial weaponry in human subjects. These last two projects are coming along somewhat slowly, as he is paying strict attention to the ethical treatment of specimens in the former and taking only volunteer subjects in the latter.