Berlin Beckett

Chesterfield Act Registry of the Evolved Database

File #11 Feb 2018 05:03

Name Berlin Beckett Aliases
Status Registered Evolved (Class B Biological) Ability Health Sense
Gender Female
Birthdate January 2, 1998 Age 20
Height 5'4" Build Athletic
Eyes Brown Hair Brown
Residence The Bunker
Employment Wolfhound
Parents None Siblings None
Marital Status Single Children None
First Scene Tricky Ricky and the Pony Express Last Scene
Profile Berlin is a young woman working in Wolfhound. She was part of the Pollepel escape to Quebec and spent time with the Lighthouse before returning to New York as a young woman.
Berlin Beckett
portrayed by

Hailee Steinfeld

"Every woman is a rebel, and usually in wild revolt against herself." ― Oscar Wilde, A Woman of No Importance



Known To Most

  • Berlin is an operative with Wolfhound, living out of the bunker. While she is SLC-Expressive, she doesn't like to talk about her ability and certainly doesn't like to use it. She would much rather be shooting things, thanks much. She is still training in many things, so if you're Wolfhound and more experienced, perhaps there is some practice happening.
  • Also, she is an orphan with no family to speak of. She would rather talk about your family. How is your mother, anyway? Some of the much older members of Wolfhound might find her looking at them like a stand in parent. Or at least a cool aunt. A great-great-great-great-great-great…

Known To Some

  • After the fall of the Ferrymen, Berlin ended up with the Lighthouse kids. And she stayed there until the opening of the New York Safe Zone and Wolfhound, which drew her to NYC and into her current job. LHKs would/could know her, but she was stand offish for the most part and didn't really bond well. But she enjoyed the parts where they learned about punching dudes and shooting guns. She was good at it, too.

Known To Few

  • Sometimes Berlin has some dissociative-ish moments where she seems to tune out or go stony to distance herself from whatever's happening in front of her. But most of the time, she plays it off as finding other people extremely boring and leaning on being young and irresponsible. Even if she isn't otherwise irresponsible.


For Berlin, the adjustment to having a new squad leader wasn't difficult. Noa is a good leader and friend, a line few can walk. Berlin respects her, and more so now with how well she's handling a potentially awkward situation.
Adel is fearless. Berlin has picked this up from her fellow Hound and enjoys when they get to do something a little crazy on a mission. Or off one. But like her other teammates, Berlin trusts Adel with her life and does her best to be part of her support system.
Berlin liked Colette from the beginning. Her exuberance, her support for her people, it made Berlin's transition into her new position an easy one. But more than that, Berlin counted her a friend almost immediately. She feels like Colette might understand her, like there's enough similarities between them that Berlin might understand her, too. It's a kind of connection that makes Colette easy to trust and difficult to hide from. She hopes she can be as much of a support to Colette as Colette is to her, especially as she eases her way back into the squad.
Scary. Beautiful. Deadly. Berlin likes having Huruma at her back and when they're on a mission together, Berlin always knows they're going to get through it smoothly. She might literally have to look up to her, but she also looks up to her for her skills and experience. But instead of feeling like she has to prove herself, Huruma gives Berlin confidence.


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  • Languages: Berlin is fluent in English, Spanish, German and French.
  • Fighting: Through her time with the lighthouse kids and their caretakers, Berlin learned to fight hand-to-hand. That was her favorite. But she also learned how to use and maintain various types of guns (that she could handle given her age, weight and stature). She has a long way to go before she can be well rounded, but she's got a good start. And keen to learn more.
  • Smuggling: Berlin grew up with smugglers. Her education is of the practical sort, absorbed through years of observation until she was older and could pursue it more actively.
  • Lying: She's good at it, especially through omission, but knows how to lie without giving it away.
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