Last edited by chu
, 10 October 2011
For the sake of there not being one doctor.... [[ EDIT ]] Hope he's not to similar to the
other doctors :l
Theodore Mast Jr.
His father was an alcoholic. Since the day his son was born,
Theodore Mast Sr. drank to no end. He had lost his job on the day of birth, and even when
he had it the family was already on the brink of poverty. Now Theodore Sr. had nothing
besides his worthless wife and worthless newborn son. The thought of killing them always
entered his mind; they were holding him back from being something great. He could of
married a rich woman instead of this housewife! He decided it had to be done.
A few years later, Theodore Sr. stood before his wife. She opened her eyes and gave him a
sleepy smile; it quickly disappeared when she noticed the cleaver in her husband's hand
and the manic look in his eyes. He killed her swiftly. His son, only 6-years-old, stood in
the doorway; his father approached him. Callow, young Theodore only watched as his father
lifted the cleaver and began to swing it down onto him. But the blade never touched him,
it hovering over his head. Theodore Sr. fell to his knees, hugging his son.
As the years went by, Theodore Sr. still drank; in addition to being a widower he brought
prostitutes over to his home, using any bit of money just to fill the void he made. His
son, on the other hand, had to go through it all: from seeing a different woman enter his
home every night to being beat severely by his father. Theodore Jr. began to develop his
own mental illness from the abusement, which hardened his personality: anger
mismanagement. He even followed his father's ways during his late teen years.
Being poor, it was hard to arrange a marriage between Theodore Jr. and a woman of high
class. Instead, his father thought that being a psychologist will bring a nice sum of
money; enough to pay for liquor and woman, that is. Theodore Sr. began to treat his son
how a father should, which screwed up his son's mind more. He taught him how to be a good
listener and such, moving him slowly towards being a psychologist. When the time came, he
sent him to college to earn a PhD. Then his father applied him to work at St. Helga's
To make it sweet and simple: if you comply, Theodore will be normal
and kind to you. If you rebel, well, things won't run as smoothly. He is a bit
short-tempered and takes things pretty seriously sometimes, even if you're joking.