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[nitpick] It's 'Gillan' with only one 'i.'[/Nitpick]
Next up: JJ Felid
And this is 'Feild,' not 'Felid.' I don't know him, can't conjure him, despite having seen several of the movies he's listed in, but here's a shot based just on his IMDB picture...
In the world of Delta Factor, JJ Feild is Special Agent in Charge Marcus Grey, a minor NPC.First Impression:
A Friendly FaceDouble-Take:
A handsome, fit man in his later thirties or early forties. He has an easy smile and meets your gaze, with only a hint behind the eyes that suggests he's assessing you. His handshake is firm, but not too firm, neither overbearing nor yielding. On duty, he wears his suit comfortably, relaxed in the woven wool armor of his trade. Off duty he's a denim & cotton man.Getting to Know You:
Marcus Grey is an SAC - Special Agent in Charge - at the FBI's Delta Affairs Unit
. The unit was formed late in the first decade of this century after Congress quietly passed a law which federalizes any crime "...committed with any special talent derived from exposure to or interaction with..." the so-called Delta energy wave. The law is rather selectively enforced, with politics playing a larger role in the decisions than it should. The FBI has used it to strong arm their way into cases that shouldn't be in their jurisdiction, and has refused to step in on cases that should be in their jurisdiction because they consider them too minor. Part of the problem is the crappy wording of the bill, combined with the FBI's lack of interest in pursuing every Delta powered mugger and armed robber in the nation.
Agent Grey winds his way as best he can between the politics of competing agencies and jurisdictions and his desire to serve justice against Deltas who use their power to cross society's lines. Though not a Delta himself - most Deltas of any talent get tapped for the Precision Tactical Response Unit - Agent Grey has a sharp mind and a good instinct. He also has a strong sense of right and wrong, and has been known to pursue cases his superiors in the Bureau warned him away from because getting the bad guy was always more important to him than currying political favor.
Agent Grey is good friends with https://strolen.com/viewing/Sarah_Voltaire
, having come into the Delta Affairs Bureau two years behind her, right out of Quantico. They worked several cases together until her departure from the Bureau in 2017, and have remained friends since. Today, more then ten years later, he still sometimes calls her for advice, trusting her gut more than his own when cases get really weird. Sometimes she calls him for information when her other friends run into the sort of problems Sarah's friends always seem to run into. Marcus even risked his career to help Sarah's friends when they were unjustly accused of murder, believing in his friend enough to buy her friends time they needed to clear their names. They have dinner together at least once a month, sometimes just the two of them to talk shop, other times with their families. Sarah's joked that if she ever marries her long-time boyfriend Colin, Marcus will be her best man, and Marcus' daughters will be her flower girls.
Marcus always seems in a good mood. He nearly always is
in a good mood. He's a good team leader, respecting the skills and experience of the people under him, delegating as needed, always ready with a word of encouragement or a helping hand. He rarely allows his ego to get in the way of a case. He has his dark moments - no-one who has spent as much time as he has in law enforcement could say otherwise - but he weathers those with the help of his friends, his family, and occasional visits to the Bureau shrink.Getting to Know All About You:
Back when Sarah was still in the Bureau, she and Marcus had a brief fling. It lasted only a month, before Marcus broke it off. It was only a month later that Sarah's father died, and Marcus felt at the time he couldn't go to her because of their past. Though their friendship weathered these things, Marcus has regretted not being there for her ever since. Someone observant or highly aware of the nuances of emotion between two people might occasionally see a spark pass between these two, but it's a spark they'd never act on today.
Marcus has visited the Bureau shrink ever since his first and only shooting incident. Marcus shot a suspect who would not surrender and who was endangering civilians with his barely controlled power. The man died. Marcus' first visit was right out of a movie: all bluff and bluster as he met for the Bureau mandated post-incident counseling, Marcus didn't take the person or the process seriously. But a month later when the nightmares wouldn't go away, he returned, and the psychiatrist helped him work through the guilt. Marcus gained a new respect for the contradictory fragility and resiliency of the mind, and for the people who help put fractured minds back together. He's seen the psychiatrist occasionally since then.
Marcus adores his wife, a junior attorney working in the prosecutor's office. They met when she came to prep him as a witness, and after the case he asked her out. They were married less than a year later, and today have two daughters, whom Marcus' also adores. He has about a thousand pictures of them on his phone. Sometimes at work, he'll pull out the phone and browse the images, just to remind himself of what really matters.Appearances:
Marcus might appear anytime PCs need information on a problem which falls within his area. He might also appear to investigate a serious crime which involves Deltas. This might bring him into alignment with PCs, or into conflict, depending on their involvement with such a case. In a game centered on FBI agents, Marcus might be their team leader, or the leader of a team with which the PCs have a friendly rivalry. Marcus might also be an antagonist if the PCs are working for another agency which comes into jurisdictional conflict, but Marcus will value the case over the politics.
Next up: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5611121/
Millie Bobby Brown