Peter the Prole


Peter Pinkus the Prole


A polemically pernicious Pole prole


Polemic Perniciousness: By spending a Fate Point, Peter can cause a person to begin doubting various beliefs and trusts they may have. A 1d4 die is rolled, and that person's Conviction and/or Mental Defense will drop by that much for the rest of the run.


Cynic to Win It: Peter is the most cynical of cynics, trusting no one beyond his own intuitions. This may spread to those who spend too much time around him, and groups that host them may find their views becoming slowly pessimistic.

Demotivational Dick: That being said, a stern look from Peter can bring demoralize even the sturdiest of hearts, and Peter finds most combat can be simplified to a simple stare down with an opponent until they finally give up and go home.

Keep Calm and Carry On: While certainly not apathetic, Peter's general lack of motivation stops him from being fully invested in most affairs. This results in a general detachment during times of pressure and action.


  • Athletics: 1 (Average)
  • Perception: 2 (Fair)
  • Persuasion: 4 (Great)
  • Sneak: 2 (Fair)
  • Street Sense: 3 (Good)
  • Lore: 1 (Average)
  • Physical Defense: 2 (Fair)
  • Mental Defense: 4 (Great)
  • Melee Attack: 1 (Average)
  • Body: 2
  • Mind: 2


- Pants, a shirt, and a pair of shoes

Personal History

Peter, a child originally of Polish descent, was born and raised in an alternate dimension wherein a harsh dictatorship of a one-party state rules the masses. As a member of the proletariat, Peter spent much of his life absorbing the principles of the ruling party and working the streets. However, a rather off feeling began to encompass Peter's life, the idea that everything was a lie. He soon became skeptical, then cynical of the life around him. Even stranger, he found with a little effort this feeling could spread to others, and soon masses developed around him everywhere he went, mobs of people protesting the dictatorship. It was then that the ruling party captured him, and decided that instead of killing him, which may cause even more unrest, they would just make sure he had never existed in the first place. The next thing Peter knew, he was in the library.