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Day Joined: January 03, 2003 07:15 PM
Last Login: July 05, 2003 07:29 PM
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Otter's Bio: 
Name: Dr. Nathaniel Masterson

Nickname: Dr. Otter (you'll see in bio)

Role: tech sergeant/head mechanic/team supervisor

Born: Whenever, 1928

Age: 75

Height: 4' 3"

Weight: 145lbs

Hair: sadly, all he has left are sideburns which he dies a faded bluish color

Eyes: blue

Build: chubbish

Former jobs: model (not for long), repair man, Boeing engineer, US military scientist/tactics supervisor, and gas station clerk (night job)

Hobbies: women, sleeping, eating, girls, staying "hip", and eating cheesecake

College: Virginia TECH

PhDs in what: engineering, manufacturing, financing, womanizing (an egotistic award he received during last year at school), and psychology masters

Likes: Women, limelight, cheese, little furry animals, his mechanical "toys", legos, working for the team, and his witty sense of humor/ego

Dislikes: green objects (don’t ask), children, and Paulie Shore


BIO:

Nathaniel Masterson was born in the late 20's in Providence, Rhode Island. He was deprived during his childhood because of the Great Depression. His parents, a hooker and a guy named Billy-Joe, borne him and raised him until the age of 3, when he became property of the state.

He grew up in an orphanage and learned to read and write by himself. He often enjoyed going by the river side near the playground, where the orphans were allowed to roam. He ran away one day at the age of 13 to the riverside. The supervisor of the orphanage claimed he had died when officials came by so she could earn some extra dolero in "Grievance Accords".

He lived with a family of Otters that he often played with near the river side for about 2 years. The otters fed him and kept him clean. He was soon discovered a redneck family who quickly shot the parent Otters and ate them for dinner. The rednecks "adopted" the child and called him Otter because they "cudn't pernounciate 'is nam write"...

Nathaniel went to school and studied hard. He figured "the faster I go to college, the faster I'll get away from these people". And he did. At the age of 18, with only 3 years of a school education, he entered Virginia TECH out of a "minority scholarship for the deprived". Engineering had always fascinated him, so that’s what he planned to major in.
The "Second Great War" or WWII drove him to pick up studying military tactics as a side major. College also opened his world to women, girls, babes, and strip joints. He met many friends there and learned that college is just as much party as it is a pick-pocketing industry.

After he received a bachelor in engineering and repair, he went to work at Boeing in 1948 as a worker on the assembly line. He would always talk with his co-workers on how the equipment could be revised and more efficient. The supervisor overheard and soon promoted him to a manufacturing position where he helped develop the now popular RAM jet engine use for speeds between mach 6 and mach 18.

In 1954, he was promoted to military engineer, where he developed and repaired new jets and spy planes during the Cold War. He also efficiently made a great début with high ranking officers...and their daughters.

In 1956, Nathaniel was placed as a military tactics supervisor after he was beginning to "crack" under pressure of designing the next greatest thing. He worked in that position for 12 years, until his engineering talent was again required for competition against the Russians, this time by NASA.

His job was to, along with other teams of engineers, develop a rocket or engine powerful enough to send men into space. He tried and tried unsuccessfully to convince NASA that the best solution was the RAM technology. It would be environmentally friendly, and, because it required no moving parts, cheap. But, later analysis discovered that RAM technology works best at high altitudes. These rockets needed to reach their climax at launch, a few hundred feet off the ground, not a few thousand.

Nathaniel was a wreck. His career went down the tube. He made unsuccessful product after another. After a few years, his designs had been reported as "wacky and futuristic" or "insanely genius".

Soon, he found himself out of a job and living on the streets of New York state, New York county New York. He found his home in an alley way between a skyscraper and an abandoned Fire House. After 10 years, a remarkable group of scientists of the names Peter and Joey he heard along with many others had bought up the old fire house and were establishing a "paranormal agency" which was a branch off of Ghostbusters: West Coast Division. He quickly applied for a job and succeeded and found himself as a "paranormal" employee altogether.

PERSONALITY:

Dr. Masterson is always trying the latest thing and keeping hip with the other team mates. His nickname (Dr. Otter) is always used instead of his real name by the team members. He is full of emotions. When he is happy, he is sarcastic. When he is sad, he is a complaining bag of nonsense. When he is eating, he thinks of women, especially during a big helping of Cheddar Cheese. He plays a vital role to the team by inventing new and improved gadgets, or "toys" he calls them. He also monitors and stays in contact with the team and assists and navigates them through terrain, while constantly getting off topic, especially times of danger and peril.


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