Fallout: Crescent City

A Place for Everything & Everything in its Place...

… That was always Dr. Damon Bach’s mentality when working at Big Mountain. His level of organization was impeccable, almost surreal. However he never really thought about this concept applying to garbage so much, the state of the labs he worked in were always clean and pristine, perfection at the worst. He never had to put to much thought into where his lab waste goes after he threw it down the disposal chute. Things are different now.

A place for everything, and the place for garbage is the town dump. The Belle Chasse Dump is a place of near unimaginable filth, and DR. D calls it his residency. If he were a normal man, this place would be nigh unlivable. Luckily by Dr. D bidding adieu to his old human form and becoming a Think Tank Robobrain he is capable of existing in such a harsh environment. However, it is not without the downsides. The harsh environment of the dump combined with the concentrated radioactivity of the Mississippi River forces Dr.D to perform constant upkeep on himself in order to stay functioning at maximum efficiency.

Living in this sort of place can do things to a man. It deteriorates the mind, even if that mind is encased in hardened glass sphere suspended in pressurized bio med gel instead of your standard run-of-the-mill cranium. Dr. D is not the man he once was physically and mentally. Some call him batty, some call him loony but whatever term you use there is no denying the Genius that lies beneath the surface.

Regardless of his physically and mental state, Dr. D has a kind soul. His humanity is what caused his exile from Big Mountain when he and his outside associate Rocco Ford helped test subjects escape from the horrors the rest of the Think Tank scientists were inflicting on them. The tests were referred to as “Human Durability Studies”, needless to say the subjects survival rates were near zero percent. The pain and suffering those “Human Guinea Pigs” endured was unimaginable and their screams still linger with Dr.D to this day.

When you combine everything and see the complete package that makes Dr. D it’s no wonder why he has exiled himself from the rest of society. Perhaps one day he will find some friends that can tolerate who he is and look past his many flaws… Yeah Right, good luck with that.



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