Philip McCarthy Human
Basic Information
Name Philip Conley McCarthy
Pronouns He/him
Age 74
Birthday Apr 24
Height 6' 0
Eyes Blue
Face Claim Sam Neill
Residence Location Hollowstone
Occupation Location Alameda
Occupation Priest
Vehicle 2005 Ford Taurus
Vampire Stats
Age turned
Supernatural Eye Color
Power/Animal Description
Psychic Stats
Age turned
Supernatural Eye Color
First Ability
Power Description
Were Stats
Age turned
Supernatural Eye Color
Animal Appearance
When not wearing the ecclesiastical collar and such, Father Philip prefers to stay in respectable clothing. He maintains a trimmed beard and carefully styled hair. His overall expression is one of politeness until further notice.
He takes his position as spiritual leader seriously, even if his belief in the church itself has begun to wane. Philip tends to believe all are worthy of salvation, unless they are tainted by supernatural effects. Even then, he does his best to keep his distaste to himself.

He enjoys his time away from religious servitude as well, maintaining a small farm in Hollowstone with a few beloved animals. He likes his share of drink, and his various forays into the more urban areas of Ridgefield. It is important to him to maintain a sense of balance, but he can lean towards obsession more than he admits to himself.

Overall, he is kind, but not as kind as he could be. He is private, but not a complete recluse. He is a prompter of conversation, but not entirely an honest participant.
Philip did not live here all his life, nor did he always wish to take the road of a priest. But it was through the death of his wife in his thirties that he abandoned his career as a financial advisor, and the spiral of despair landed him eventually in the arms of faith. It was within the year that he decided his calling was to be ordained.

He took up service at Our Lady of Redemption, and for the next twenty-five or so years it was what he needed to redeem himself. But the reveal of the supernatural took a toll on his faith, and he has recently found his view of God — and his role in servitude — evolving.
Oh the Humanity
Oh the Humanity
07-06-2020 at 09:12 AM