|darren's outfit at the time of his death|
Darren, a good-looking guy in his late 30s, loved to crossdress but his wife was appalled. Unable to fulfill his fantasies with her, Darren would often dress up and drive through Mailbu Canyon or along Kanan Road in sundress, hat, pumps and accessories. One day while powdering his nose, he failed to notice a tight curve and drove his BMW off the road and died horribly.
Darren's ghost is anchored to a cute, butterfly-inspired Chanel clutch. Frankie Martinez found it in a thrift store and soon realized that it housed Darren's spirit.
Due to the circumstance of Darren's death, his spirit cannot pass on until every living member of his family eventually passes away, taking the secret of Darren's shame with them to the grave.
Darren is contrite and bears his shame well, mindful of the embarrassment he caused his family. He is willing to share what he knows about ghosts with investigators. Afterward, an experience check is in order (BRP rulebook p. 182-183) for the Knowledge (Occult) skill.
crossdressing ghost patiently doing his time
Characteristics and Rolls
Intelligence: 14 Idea: 70%
Power: 14 Luck: 70%
Appearance: 14 Charisma: 70%
Education: 13 Knowledge: 65%
Move: 14 (Darren cannot yet fly and must walk or run)
Fast talk 65%
Knowledge (Real Estate) 75%
Darren's Power vs. target's Power on the Resistance Table for 1d3 Power loss
When Darren manifests, he will do so slowly and gently so as to minimize the inevitable SAN loss. The initial loss will be 1d4 on a failed check and just 1 point on a successful roll. Due to Darren's benign nature, the Sanity check only has to be made on his first manifestation.