I had an idea for an additional character for an airline stewardess (or flight attendant) character from the late 1960s. This is a 10-year old girl or boy that she has an obligation to watch out for. The idea is that the child was an unaccompanied minor on her flight and she walked the child to where an adult was to be waiting. After some calls, it was discovered that the adult got the days mixed up and the stewardess agreed to get the child to the hotel where the adult was staying, which was also the one the airline made a reservation for her at. Of course, something happens to put them on the TARDIS.
I've come up with what I think are the attributes for the 10-year old child traveling with the stewardess / flight attendant. They are Awareness: 3, Coordination: 2, Ingenuity: 2, Presence: 3, Resolve: 3, Strength: 2
The year is 1961. The above-mentioned child is a 10-year old Intermediate Girl Scout traveling between divorced parents. (The mother has custody, but she visits her father on vacations). Are the above attributes reasonable? What skills, traits, and number of story points would she have?
TRAITS: Brave, Impaired Senses – Sight: Barbara’s near sighted and takes a -3 penalty on all Awareness checks without her glasses
Barbara is a 10-year old Intermediate Girl Scout from 1961 who was traveling as an unaccompanied minor between the cities that her divorced parents live in. When nobody arrived to pick her up, and after a few phone calls, a stewardess agreed to meet her father at the hotel she was staying at overnight and turn Barbara over to him there after he proved his ID and signed a release form. On the way there, something happened that brought Barbara, and the stewardess she was with, into the TARDIS.
Appearance: Barbara is a brown-haired, brown-eyed girl wearing the long-sleeve version of the Intermediate Girl Scout uniform with the uniform belt, tie, beret, anklets, shoes, badge sash, wrist-length white fabric gloves, and a glasses.