|Bain (Scenesys ID: 590)|
|"The heat's just around the corner. Give 'em hell, guys!"|
|Physical Age:||???||Actual Age:||???|
|Still Aging?||Yes||Voice Actor:||Simon Viklund|
|Hair Color:||???||Eye Color:||???|
This man's personal history before taking the alias "Bain" is a mystery to everyone he knows, and the fact that he exists is an even lesser known fact. What is known about his history is that he's been the brains behind a lengthy string of heists where the boldness of the plan is only matched by the payoff, doing everything from simple bank robberies, to stealing from mercenaries, even committing corporate heists and elaborate assassinations. Ineffective in the field personally, he still excels at support, handling vehicle operation, breaking into security systems, and calling in a variety of other operators to help, as well as collecting massive volumes of data on targets. One would think a life of crime like this would make him ruthless and disdainful, but he maintains a jaunty affability and friendly, conversational nature, and is something of a fanboy for the thieves and soldiers he supports, as well as their Elite opponents, treating them like celebrities. No matter what, though, he regards his allies as infallible; if something goes wrong, Bain always was the one who miscalculated, and if they succeed, it was on their strength alone.
Indirect: Bain doesn't work directly, and any direct confrontation involving him is more likely than not to result in his own defeat. His physical endurance and strength, skill with firearms, and agility are all above-average, surely, but not a match for even a single trained, aggressive soldier. He will absolutely not be able to hold his own if he's ever directly confronted by an Elite opponent on an equal battleground.
Confidence: Bain assumes his allies are infallible. Whenever a plan of his fails, a battle goes bad, or a heist goes south, Bain assumes that he miscalculated, underestimated, or otherwise screwed up the planning.
Fanboy: Bain can't resist paying compliments to the Elites he works with, and to the Elites he works against. This urge makes it difficult for him to work anonymously, as he insists on having conversations mid-heist that are strikingly recognizable to anyone who knows about him. This can be averted for stealth operations, but then becomes an issue after the operation has concluded. And it is nearly impossible for a strong Elite to get Bain to stop regarding him as a celebrity of sorts.Psychic Feedback: The network of receiver organisms in his Crew, when they perish, will very often provide a psychic jolt back to Bain. As portions of the Crew are defeated, Bain finds himself less and less able to sustain directing them. While it doesn't harm the efficiency of his directing, it does build up some severe exhaustion, to the point where Bain can pass out due to the severe pain.
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