With Pharmacy at his disposal, Quentin opts to bring medium-quality toolboxes over
medkits. He tends to horde his rare items, predicting that there will
be a worse trial
ahead for them to be used in.
Primrose blossoms- whether fresh or dried and bundled in muslin, Quentin
looks to make the most of his altruism.
Quentin is quiet, efficient, and always looking for a way to help teammates. He has
experience with fighting back against supernatural killers, and trials rarely faze him at this point.
Quentin will never hesitate to dive into the fray and take a protection hit or run interference for a
teammate. You can always count on him to have a roll of bandages on-hand, or to guide you
towards escape when the trial is nearing an end.
Quentin is proficient in healing. He has a decent knowledge of general medicine and
knows how to suture wounds, use butterfly tape efficiently, apply tourniquets, and so forth. He's
no surgeon, but he's the next best thing in the Entity's realm. Moreover, he's hard to spook most
of the time. Quentin doesn't balk at the sight of blood or bodies, and he's not afraid to look death
in the eye and tell it to eat shit.
Quentin is altruistic to a fault, and sometimes to the point of outright foolishness.
He'll die time and time again trying to save others, even if he isn't able to- therefore giving the
Killer a free sacrifice. His approach to trials also clashes with Survivors who employ a high risk,
high reward style. If you bring No Mither, good fuckin' luck getting Quentin and his medkit off
Additionally, Quentin's unshakable facade has some exploitable cracks. Killers who manipulate
one's sense of reality are likely to get the better of Quentin. The Nightmare and The Doctor are
both quite proficient in this- The Nightmare especially, for very clear reasons.
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CHAPTER III: PSYCH. EVALUATION
DETERMINED. RESTLESS. HOPEFUL.
Music. That's one of the things Quentin misses most from his prior life. Quentin enjoys
most forms of rock and punk, and he is especially fond of progressive rock. Joy Division,
The Smiths, and The Cure are some of his favorite bands.