John Jos. Miller
Born in the UK in 1954 and christened Rudyard Doggett at birth, the boy who would be Butcher Dagon grew up poor and mean, a schoolyard bully of no particular distinction until his card turned at puberty. Afterwards he took to the streets and changed his name: he doesn’t answer to Rudyard or Rudy any more, and anyone who calls him that in his presence will pay for it. Dagon speaks with a noticeable Midlands accent. In his normal bearded, chubby form (5′, 9″, 230 lbs.) Dagon looks like everyone’s favorite jovial uncle, but he can instantaneously (at the cost of shredding his clothes) turn into a bestial fighting form with two thick legs, arms slabbed with muscle, a bullet-like head set directly on broad shoulders, and a long prehensile tail that he can also use as a weapon. This form is covered in brindled black and brown fur and has a long snout with lots of sharp teeth and long, sharp claws on both toes and fingers. The claws on his fingertips make him clumsy when it comes to holding and manipulating objects. When in his fighting form he keeps his human intelligence, but it is tempered by an almost uncontrollable berserker frenzy, which informs his fighting style. He can still speak, but his words are slurred and difficult to understand. While in his fighting form his strength is low-moderate on the wild card scale though his reflexes and speed would factor in as high-moderate. (Needless to say both exceed nat norms.) Even when in human form he is cunning and dangerous, driven by a “me first” attitude which is his first and pretty much only rule in life. He is a mercenary who will do anything for money, and pretty much has. Though vicious and a cold-blooded killer, he also has a cowardly streak, and has no qualms about deserting his comrades to save his own skin. He has credible small arms and other military-type skills.