Name: Jackson Edwards
Room Number: 106
Appearance: Jackson is of average build, standing just above six foot and weighing 185 lbs. He has dark brown eyes and wearing thin round glasses. His hair is black, neck length, neat but with flayed ends. He keeps it parts over his right eyes, having his left eyes sometime obscured in doing so. He wears a pair of dark blue jeans, simple pair of black tennis shoes, a faded green shirt, a large gray colored coat, and a black scarf.
Personality: Jackson has a rather complex personality, having a kind and a rather dark side all at once. He is well spoken and polite to anyone he meets. He tends to keep to himself, being more of a listener than speaker, and usually only speaking when spoken to first. At front, he tends to be as nice, kind, and polite he can to others; whether in a group or one on one with someone. He does enjoy having conversations, which usually is the other participant(s) doing most of the speaking anyways.
A darker side of him is that, no matter how kind and polite he may seem on the outside, he is almost always judging and scrutinizing the people and surroundings around him. He tends to look a person and his surroundings over to take in all the details, and when listening to others talking he is seemingly looking for something he can use against him in case he needed to do so. He usually thinks of himself first and foremost, always out to make sure he can gets the best from a situation. He also takes enjoyment, though rather odd, in experiencing new things with his body, usually meaning narcotics. Out to see what something can do to his mind, and due to such he could be easily seduced by something that could make him experience something completely new.
Jackson grew up in a small town in upper Maine. An only child to a doctor, his father, and a school teacher, his mother. He spent most of his childhood keeping to himself, only having at most a couple of friends; although, never considering any of them as 'close'. During his teen years, like every teen does eventually, he begin experimenting with drugs, and in doing so found he liked what was happening to him. Thus, he began using more different types of narcotics, even making his own. He even stole medicine from his father's office, but was never caught.
At 17, he was experimenting something new that he and a friend concocted together. When they tried it, his friend had taken a turn for the worse and ended up in the hospital. With his friend barely surviving what they had done, Jackson sought to swear off the narcotics and stopped messing with them, and had held onto his perseverance of not touching them, up until he was 21.
After high school, Jackson decided to follow in his father's footsteps and become a doctor, and attended a college in center Maine. He spent most of his time studying endlessly and not having much of a social life. That however changed when he was 21 and after giving into some pressure, went to a party.
At the party, Jackson decided to loosen up for once and enjoy himself. Most of the night he spent socializing with new people, not wanting to touch alcohol or narcotics. He managed for most of the night to avoid both, until early in the morning the people he was hanging with decided to go get high, and Jackson gave in quickly and joined them.
After that night, he had relapsed to his teens again and began his 'journey' with even newer types of drugs.
When he finished his undergraduates, he wanted to see more of the world and decided to go to a medical college in a different state. After a lengthy process of elimination process, he chose one in Louisiana. He began his studies still doing his old antics in a new environment.
With school being on a break, Jackson was invited to go on vacation with others, which he accepted. And one late night of long driving, he ended up stopping at a large building which he found to be a bed and breakfast where he could sleep for the night, The Rising Sun.
Talents: Empathy and Subterfuge
Skills: Security and Survival
Knowledge's: Investigation and Medicine
Merits: Eidetic Memory (Mental Merit), Acute Senses (Awareness Merit), Code of Honor (Psychological Merit)
Flaws: Graceless (Aptitude Flaw), Mistaken Identity (Social Flaw), Addiction (Physical Flaw)