Professor Malcolm "The Magnificent Teacher" Tsujimoto
A more stylized version of Krav Maga: less lethal with more flair.
Personality: Professor Malcolm is a manly gentleman of cosmic proportions. He firmly believes in doing the right thing and is awkwardly cool at doing it. He is a no-nonsense kind of individual that has a zero tolerance for lazy people, complainers, and excuse makers. Professor Malcolm is seen as a fearless warrior, though unbeknownst to his admirers, the one true fear he has in life is losing his pet Shiba Inu, Waffles
Professor Malcolm was originally a CQC instructor for the special forces division of the military. Ironically, he did not fight in any war, for he often asked 'what is it good for?' Only to later come to the conclusion that it was good for 'absolutely nothing.' This startling revelation forced him to leave the military and move to Garriston, one of the most dangerous cities to live in next to Zone 10. As a means to reconcile for teaching people how to kill, Mr. Tsujimoto managed to land a job as a science professor at Dugan High, vowing to do the complete opposite for his students. Unfortunately, most of his students were complete assholes that resulted in brutal discipline that involved Tsujimoto beating their asses. His unique and well schooled fighting technique did not go unnoticed; Particularly by the weaker students getting bullied at school. A group of them confronted Malcolm one day after class and begged the professor teach them his fighting ways. After their incessant begging, he eventually agreed to help them provided they never 'cry like spoiled babies from Averthon Vale with first world problems, ever again.'
Four years later, he is one, if not the
, most well respected professors at Dugan High. Since his start date, the overall graduation ratings and test score percentages have dramatically increased. When asked in an interview for the school newspaper what his secret was, he smiled with pride as he set down a cup he was casually sipping on and said: "Instilling a very palpable fear into their frail hearts. And bringing my dog, Waffles, to school."