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Posted: Jul 5 2010, 06:15 AM


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ARMITAGE, Henry
HEAD LIBRARIAN
PLAYED BY JOHN GLOVER

The self-imposed guardian of the Necronomicon, Henry Armitage has seen too much in his lifetime to risk it falling into the wrong hands. In his prime, he was Arkham's resident Van Helsing, with more knowledge of the town's shadowy beasties than anyone. Good intentions aside, he leads a double life that has him constantly locking horns with some of his more conservative, and curious, colleagues.

MORGAN, Francis
PROFESSOR OF COMPARATIVE ANATOMY
PLAYED BY MICHAEL RILEY

Prof. Morgan's advanced research in mescaline and LSD has produced clever anti-hallucinogens that have helped cure many of St. Mary's mentally ill, but even he can only do so much to keep madmen from running amok on campus. Like his close friend and contemporary Henry Armitage, Morgan is a professor by day and investigator by night. The only difference is that he has a pleasant way with people, and does a better job at drawing attention away from himself.

RICE, Warren
PROFESSOR OF CLASSICAL & MODERN LANGUAGES
PLAYED BY CHRISTOPH WALTZ

Forming the last leg of Amritage's merry band of sleuths, Prof. Warren is pretty quiet for a man who speaks eight languages fluently. Excluding Latin and other obsolete tongues, of course. He's is also a talented cryptographer, which comes in handy when any of the Museum's latest shipment of ancient scrolls need translating. Or when a fellow investigator needs a hand translating archaic text. One thing he absolutely refuses to decipher, however, is the Necronomicon.

DYER, William
PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY
PLAYED BY DAVID HEWLETT

The no-nonsense Prof. Dyer is the ideal candidate to lead the Miskatonic Antartica Expedition of 1931; a brave undertaking, especially since most of the others ended in disaster. He's determined to learn more of the Great Race of Yith, even if it kills him. Or everyone else on the expedition, particularly his old rival Albert Wilmarth.

PABODIE, Frank
PROFESSOR OF ENGINEERING
PLAYED BY CRISPIN GLOVER

Prof. Peaslee happens to be the campus eccentric, which is a feat, considering this is Miskatonic. But he is quite the inventor, without his new revolutionary drill the Miskatonic University Expedition to the Antarctic would not be possible. But work on the drill has been expensive, and with grant money running out, he's under immense pressure from Prof. Dyer to get the hell on with it.

WILMARTH, Albert
PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH
PLAYED BY JAMES URBANIAK

Unpleasantly erudite folklorist Albert WIlmarth is well aware of of the wild stories that circulate in the town, but he'll be hard-pressed to actually believe in them. Despite a lifetime of facing unexplainable weirdness at Miskatonic, he's still struggling with his inner skepticism. He prides himself in being utterly rational, even if it means turning a blind eye to its lurking evils—a purposeful ignorance that could get himself killed.

HALSEY, Allen
DEAN, SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
PLAYED BY ANTHONY HEAD

Doesn't like Dan Cain dating his only daughter, sorry. But he will tolerate Nobel laureate-in-the-making Herbert West, overlooking the latter's shady late-night experiments in the belief that he may just be the next Einstein. It's a lot like how he looks the other way when it comes to his friend Dr. Hill's ego trips. .

DERLETH, Alice
PROFESSOR OF OCCULT STUDIES
PLAYED BY HELENA BONHAM CARTER

As the university's renowned occult expert, Alice appears too absorbed in academic pursuits to notice the creeping beasties and odd 'incidents' common to Arkham. But this is merely a front to cover the fact that she's really an adept necromancer, figuring that this is the perfect place for her to blend in. If she only knew she were in the midst of investigators, however, maybe she'd be a little more discreet in her spellcasting.

HORUS, Doris
ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN
PLAYED BY PARKER POSEY

Picking up after Henry Armitage is not Doris' idea of a blossoming career, not when she holds a degree in Literature from this same university. But if she was able to hold her own in the male-dominated Miskatonic then, she can do it now. She's always had to speak up to be heard, and it's since made her pretty sharp-tongued individual. So far she's managed to become one of the few people who aren't afraid to verbally spar with the head librarian.

HILL, Carl
PROFESSOR OF NEUROSURGERY
PLAYED BY HUGH LAURIE

Dr. Hill has never hesitated to step over others to come out on top. And it's served the ambitious doctor well so far, as he currently enjoys the title of Miskatonic's most respected instructor and celebrated surgeon. It certainly didn't hurt to have the Dean of the medical school as a close friend. But since Herbert West came along as a kind of nemesis, questioning his success and his methods, he's been dead set on bringing him down a peg or two.

FREEBORN, Tyler
PROFESSOR OF ANTHROPOLOGY
PLAYED BY LINUS ROACHE

The only person on staff whose ambition rivals that of Dr. Hill, Prof. Freeborn's out to carve his name among Miskaotnic's great adventurers. His craftiness has made him a survivor of multiple expeditions, but his accomplishments still come in a far second to Armitage's past monster-hunting exploits. Lately he's been keeping a close eye on the librarian, hoping to uncover just what he's doing after hours.

PEASLEE, Nathaniel
PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL ECONOMY
PLAYED BY JASON ISAACS

Prof. Peaslee has awoken a new man from a five-year 'coma' of sorts. Suffering from mild amnesia and plagued by vivid dreams he can't explain, he woke up to a new life where he's inadvertently pushed his whole family away. Save for his son Wingate, he doesn't have much outside of his job at the university. Back from abroad, he's poured himself into his work trying to make sense of his new visions, and exactly who's been transmitting them into his head.

VICTORIA!
Posted: Jul 5 2010, 10:56 AM


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CARTER, Randolph
SENIOR, LITERATURE MAJOR
PLAYED BY MATTHEW MERCER

Nobody may give Randolph a second glance now, but this unassuming would-be writer boasts other merits: He has the rare gift of prophesy, a gift he inherited form his great-uncle. He's already seen himself grow up to be a renowned traveler of space and time, of all things. So despite his weak stomach and tendency to faint at the sight of anything remotely frightening, he's determined to fulfill his destiny—and become an acclaimed author, too. Who says you can't multitask?

CAIN, Dan
JUNIOR, PRE-MED MAJOR
PLAYED BY NOAH WYLE

Dan's got a lot on his plate right now: In between keeping his grades up, spending time with his girlfriend and digging up graves with sort-of best friend Herbert West, he's overwhelmed. All this sneaking around could cost him the scholarship he's worked so hard for, but the scientist in him is fascinated with West's bizarre new ideas. The need to constantly prove himself is eating him up, and a little voice tells him that West's research may lead to great, if not dangerous, things.

WEST, Herbert
JUNIOR, PRE-MED MAJOR
PLAYED BY A YOUNG JEFFREY COMBS

Fresh from studies in Zurich University, West is already making waves with his outlandish theories of chemical reanimation. What many don't know is that he's been putting those theories to practice, rules be damned. Though small and lanky, he compensates with a vast intellect and possibly even bigger ego. A genius he may be, but West doesn't have much of a bedside manner: he'll say what's on his mind, often to point out other people's incompetence. West can go on with his work for days, but that's only because he's secretly addicted to his own glowing re-agent.

HALSEY, Megan
SOPHOMORE, PRE-MED MAJOR
PLAYED BY AMBER HEARD

Meg's the apple of her father's eye, and she's done him proud by emerging as one of the medical school's most promising young adepts. Her charmed life is almost perfect, except for a little snag in her love life: As much as she loves Dan, Miskatonic's golden girl is surprisingly hostile to Herbert West—a bad influence if she ever saw one.

JERMYN, Arthur
JUNIOR, ANCIENT HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY MAJOR
PLAYED BY JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT

The Jermyn men have never really been a good-looking lot, but they do have a reputation for being cerebral and fearless explorers—that is, until the sudden onset of mid-life suicidal tendencies. As a child, Arthur's father actually tried to kill him before turning a gun on himself. Determined not to let history repeat itself, Arthur has every intention of following in his forefathers' archaeological footsteps. Despite warnings, he's been digging deeply into his past—in particular, about his great-great grandmother and an African ape-princess. Someone ought to tell him the two aren't exactly mutually exclusive.

WHATELEY, Wilbur
SOPHOMORE, OCCULT STUDIES MAJOR
PLAYED BY DOC HAMMER

The Whateley's 'black brat', Wilbur is one of a set of twins—and the more human looking of the two, if you can believe it. Under layers of clothing, he's somewhat deformed. He gets it from his father's side of the family, though who his father is has been the subject of much speculation. No one's ever seen Wilbur's brother, but the two were raised by their half-crazed grandfather, who filled their head with disjointed scraps of witchcraft and ancient lore. In fact, the only reason he's even in Miskatonic is to get his hands on the Necronomicon. Too bad Henry Armitage won't let him anywhere near it.

WAITE, Asenath
FRESHMAN, OCCULT STUDIES MAJOR
PLAYED BY KRISTIN RITTER

A native of the infamous fishing town, Asenath could pass for pretty, if you can get past her distinct Innsmouth Look. But then, her mother was a Deep One. Asenath's a real daddy's girl whose family is old money, but lately she hasn't been herself. These days, they say she's acting more and more like her father, supposed occultist and St. Mary's inmate Ephraim Waite. At present, she boasts Edward Derby as her trophy boyfriend, but she only wants him for his body. Literally.

DERBY, Edward
SOPHOMORE, LITERATURE MAJOR
PLAYED BY ANDREW LEE POTTS

Everyone has high hopes for Edward. A child prodigy in his youth, he's already a celebrated poet around Miskatonic, if not something of a spoiled brat. Edward's always been a little off-kilter, thanks mostly to his pampered upbringing, but lately he's more paranoid than usual. Claims his girlfriend is out for a little body-swapping. But you know how these artistic types can be.

UPTON, Daniel
SENIOR, ARCHITECTURE MAJOR
PLAYED BY DAVID TENNANT

Childhood friend to Edward Derby, Daniel is one of the few people that can put up with the latter's eccentricities. The voice of reason to Daniel's ranting, the ever calm and level-headed Daniel has always been a good listener. His friend's new lady love may make his skin crawl, but against his better judgment, he's been holding his tongue in hopes that the infatuation between the two will eventually burn out. Until then, he's been doing some ill-advised digging into Asenath's family

BABSON, Eunice
FRESHMAN, ANCIENT HISTORY MAJOR
PLAYED BY SUMMER GLAU

Hanger-on and best friend of Asenath Waite. Like her, she's a half-breed who hails from Innsmouth. A swarthy young woman, she's marked with subtle anomalies and seems to exude the continuous odor of fish. One of the most skilled swimmers on the varisty team, the Fighting 'Pods. The quiet Eunice resents being second to anyone and is one of the few who knows the truth between Asenath and her father, but won't risk getting on the bad side of either one—even if she can't tell which is which.

GILMAN, Walter
SOPHOMORE, EUCLIDEAN CALCULUS AND QUANTUM PHYSICS MAJOR
PLAYED BY TOPHER GRACE

With his nose always buried in a book, Walter has bee driven by his family's poverty to become the Witch House's latest resident. A good thing, then, that he's not the superstitious sort, although he has had some disturbing dreams of abducting children since moving in. One of the university's most upstanding scholars, lately he's been inspired to use the strange angles of his attic room in his thesis calculations. Bad idea much?

PEASLEE, Wingate
FRESHMAN, PSYCHOLOGY & SOCIOMETRICS MAJOR
PLAYED BY RYAN GOSLING

His entire family may have turned their backs on him, but Wingate has proven loyal to his increasingly erratic father, Prof. Peaslee. He's already convinced the Yithians have something to do with his dad's amnesia, and has made up his mind to volunteer to join the Antartic expedition so as to help find him a cure. But right now, Prof. Morgan's drugs will have to do.

PRETORIUS, Edward
SENIOR, PSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHOMETRICS MAJOR
PLAYED BY ZACHARY QUINTO

The lady's man on campus, only a few know of the sadistic streak runs beneath Edward's smooth exterior. When he's not busy donning leather and toting whips at his basement's makeshift dungeon in his quest for the ultimate 'orgasm of the mind', he's somehow pulling straight A's in class. He's also been wowing professors with his promising work on the Resonator. A pity he's not one to share credit with his quiet partner, Crawford Tillinghast.

TILLINGHAST, Crawford
JUNIOR, QUANTUM PHYSICS MAJOR
PLAYED BY DANIEL RADCLIFFE

Bookish and just a little twitchy, Crawford is a model student who's brilliant in his own right, as proven by his progress building the Resonator, on which he's actually doing most of the work. Sadly, he's been living in the shadow of his friend and roommate, Edward Pretorius. He isn't very good with women, despite the latter bringing them home by the dozens. Still, Crawford is one of the few people who can compete with Pretorius' sharp mind—he'll just be the last to admit it.

PICKMAN, Richard
SENIOR, ART HISTORY MAJOR
PLAYED BY JAMES RANSONE

Richard's garnered some degree of infamy in the art scene for his gothic paintings, much reflecting his brooding image. Still, he's never truly fit in, not with his family or anyone else at school—an affliction common to Changelings. The morbid visions that inspire his brushstrokes are, in fact, glimpses of another life with his goulish kin. They keep in touch, too: Richard captures them in photographs to put on canvass—the dirty secret lurking behind his success.

WARD, Charles Dexter
JUNIOR, ARCHAEOLOGY MAJOR
PLAYED BY ANDREW GARFIELD

Charles comes from a prominent clan, but his interests lie further up the family tree: In particular, he's obsessed with his ill-reputed ancestor and convicted mass-murderer Joseph Curwen, with whom he shares a striking resemblance. He's gone so far as to take up some of Curwen's old hobbies, such as necromancy, with the intention of bringing his uncle back from the dead. Dipping into the family trust, he's already managed to seek out and find Curwen's ashes. All that's left now is to get his hands on the Necronomicon, except no amount of bribes is likely to grease the librarian's palm.

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Posted: Jul 14 2010, 04:22 PM


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