Professor Timothy BrowneCriminal file.Professor Timothy Browne by Civilisedwookie
Browne, Timothy. PhD, CMF, EB.
Case No: XL3vI1
Codename: Prof Browne
Real Name: Unkown
Aliases: Prof Browne, The Prof, Professor Browncoat, Tim the Mechanimancer, Gears, Wild Eye, Dead Eye, The Old Hand, Doctor Bang, Professor Silverhair, Doctor Silverhair, Grey Skull.
Known Abilities: High intelligence, incredibly inventive and resourceful, expert sniper.
Noted Musical Preferences: Black Wings (Waits, Tom), Disorder in The House (Zevon, Warren), Ride of the Valkyrie (Wagner, Richard), Fish in The Jailhouse (Waits, Tom), My Shits Fucked Up (Zevon, War), Mr. Bad Example (Zevon, Warren),Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground (Johnson, Blind Willie), Evil (Wolf, Howlin), Fire Your Guns (DC, AC), TNT (DC, AC) Kashmir (Zepplin, Led)
Timothy Browne was born in the same year as World War two. Timothy Browne is extraordinarily proud of this fact. This tells you more about Timothy Brownes personality than any amount of back story ever could; however, in the int
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