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Character Profile – Samuel Berkeley

Posted in Character Profile Translation, Website Translation with tags , , , on July 5, 2012 by Wynyard

Military Intelligence Data 

Basic Physical Strength: 10

Insight: 7

Instantaneous Judgement: 5

Emotional Strength: 10

Charisma: 5

Hand-to-hand fighting, Marksmanship: 10

Disguise, Infiltration: 6

Engineering, Development: 2

Favourite gun: H & K USP Tactical

Hand-to-hand Fighting Style: Vale Tudo

Affiliation Data

Organization Affiliation: Illegal Intelligence Agency S.E.A.

Assigned Team: Special Ops Unit PHANTOM

Rank / Role: Execution Force Operative

Physical Data

Age: 46 (estimation)

Blood Type: O+

Sex: Male

Eyes: Dark Brown

Hair: Black

Height: 188cm (6’2”)

Weight: 118kg (260 lbs)

Chest Measurement: 118 cm

Foot Size: 30 cm (Size 12)

Dominant Arm: Right

Grip: Right: 108kg (238 lbs)/ Left: 99 kg (215 lbs)

Eyesight: Right: 2.0 / Left: 2.0

Hearing Ability: Right: Normal / Left: Normal

Personal Data

Identification Number: PHANTOM LIVE-009

Codename: Scorpion

Real Name: Samuel Berkeley

Birth date: February 19th, 196X

Birthplace: Canada

Family Structure: None

Hobbies: Coffee Bean Blends / Fly-fishing

Favourite Things: American jokes

Disliked Things: Hiding

Important things: Children

Favourite Disguise: Cook

Favourite Phrase: Get up!

Personality: A through and through soldier type whose body moves simultaneously with his thoughts.
A foppish man, he makes every word he speaks feel warm and important.
He’s attached to Bishop and company as though they’re his children.


It’s been a while, but this blog isn’t dead yet! I actually started working on this entry back in February, but then I got sidetracked by life. Whoops. I think I’ll have more free time from now on, so I’ll try to be more attentive.

At first I thought it was strange to describe Samuel as “foppish”. I was sure that I was definitely making a mistake somewhere. Then I remembered he was black James Bond and everything fell into place.

I still probably made a million mistakes anyway