Intelligent, but unambitious
|Mental (Primary)||Physical (Tertiary)||Social (Secondary)|
|Mental (-3 untrained)||Physical (-1 untrained)||Social (-1 untrained)|
|Professional Training: Academics||Contacts: Professors (UW)||1|
|Quick Draw (Firearms)||1|
|Quick Draw (Firearms)||2|
Robert Mill, 33, has lived a fairly uneventful life. He grew up in the eastern part of Washington (state). He was always the ‘smartest guy in the room’, but even in school, no one really gave him a hard time about it. School was so easy for him that he never really learned to work hard. Some part of this was laziness and a larger part was a lack of ambition. He was involved in athletics but no other particular (formal) social activities. He only had a couple of friends, but they were close friends. He had a good relationship with his parents.
He went to college at the UW (and eventually graduate school there), though he never finished an advanced degree, spending more time online gambling than working on his dissertation.
His dad, seeing that he was fairly directionless talked him into dropping out to look for a career. His dad knew a lot of people and he tried out various things, sometimes as an intern, sometimes at entry level. Nothing really stuck until the job at the detective agency. He found that he liked it. Much to his surprise, he also turned out to be a hard worker, and he has become a relatively valuable employee.
In terms of politics/philosophy, Robert would probably be described as an anarchist. He is also deeply suspicious of the police, which is odd, given his occupation / coworkers. Although he doesn’t actually believe in any conspiracy theories, he has a tendency to take them seriously, until debunked, particularly following the strangeness with Frank Brooks. Since that incident, he has become a bit paranoid, obtaining a concealed carry license, since “I think they may be out to get me.”
In general, he is meek and affable, but when around people he is comfortable with, he is generally more dynamic.
Robert feels a strong sense of loyalty to One of a Kind Investigations, and he is somewhat in awe of Ms. Shaw.
His note taking is… sloppy…
Recent events have caused him to become more open to the idea that the world may be more like the X-Files than he had originally thought.
The strain of the missions have been weighing on Mill, and he is starting to crack.