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Victor Abio

Name : Victor G Abio
Epithet : Forbidden Science
Age : 28
Height : 7'11"
Species : Human
Haki Level : 1
Hitpoints (HP) : 185
Attack (ATK) : 140
Defense (DEF) : 155
Reflex (RX) : 160
Willpower (WP) : 170
Level : 21
Experience Points : 2196
Bounty : 25,000,000
Berries Berries : 75,401,563
Posts : 83
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Hippocratic Oath Empty Hippocratic Oath

Mon Mar 23, 2020 4:26 pm
Quest Name: Hippocratic Oath
Quest Category: Episode
Player Participants: Victor Abio +1
Planned Location(s): Lvneel

Summary: Being the director of Lyneel's general hospital can be quite boring at times, when Victor is forced to do paper work and the like. However, something has occurred that's gotten the mad doctor's attention. Patients are turning up dead, and Victor ISN'T responsible. Getting the authorities involved would risk exposing Victor's own experiments. It's time for the doctor to hunt down this killer himself.

Paper work. Victor swore that once Castor's plan was done, whatever it was, and he was free from this position, he was going to make it a point to never have to do anymore paperwork ever again. Hell, the fact he couldn't push all this work on a lesser subordinate was extra frustrating. He just longed to get back to his experiments. At least being a kidnapper/killer allowed him to pick his own hours.

And while he did have access to plenty of potential test subjects, the constant surveillance made things unnecessarily difficult. In fact, it seemed to slow his experiments down. Having to constantly come up with reasons why patients died was much harder than simply disposing a body.

So naturally, it caught Victor's attention when he noticed, once again, another note of a patient dying in the hospital. Now, death was nothing new to the demented doctor. But the thing was, Victor WAS a doctor. And a damn good one. So seeing patients die that he didn't intentionally kill was a little, well, disconcerting. Especially since this was the fifth one this week.

Victor sat at his desk, looking over the file. Something was certainly up. But he couldn't go to the guards about this. He had his own skeletons buried in this hospital, and he couldn't risk the guards stumbling upon them while doing the murder investigation. And yet, if more people kept dying like this, Victor's own reputation would be at risk.

As Victor looked at the file, and the facts all came together, a smile spread across his lips. Well, looks like something interesting was happening after all. Something to alleviate the boredom!
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