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Rorschach

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2013-02-19 04:24:30 swamptours Middle Name Joseph
2009-03-17 10:14:23 anarth Bio Kovacs grew up with his mother, a prostitute, living a life of neglect and frequent beating. At age 10, after assaulting two boys, blinding one with a cigarette, Kovacs was send to Charltons Home for Problematic Children. At 16 Kovacs left the home and started working at a clothing-manufacturer. One day in 1962 a special order came in. A dress made from heat sensitive liquid between two layers of latex. The costumer thought the dress was ugly and did not want it. Kovacs liked the moving black and white, and saved it for later use. Two years later the costumer was found dead. She was raped, tortured and killed in front of her house. Almost 40 people heard the screams and some even saw what happened but no one called the police. Kovacs then understood how people hid behind facades. Ashamed he went home and made a face from the fabric that he could stand watching. Kovacs continued as costumed adventurer, even after the anti-hero-law, prohibiting vigilantes, until his death. Rorshach was killed by Dr. Manhattan, to prevent him from telling the world about the hoax orchestrated by Adrian Veidt to unite the world. Kovacs grew up with his mother, a prostitute, living a life of neglect and frequent beating. At age 10, after assaulting two boys, blinding one in one eye with a cigarette and biting the other in the face. This led to Kovacs being sent to Charlton’s Home for Problematic Children. At 16 Kovacs left the home and started working at a clothing-manufacturer, handling women’s clothes. One day in 1962 a special order came in for a dress made from heat sensitive liquid between two layers of latex. The costumer thought the dress was ugly and did not want it. Kovacs liked the moving black and white, and saved it for later use. Learning how to cut the material with heated scissors. Two years later the costumer was found dead. She was raped, tortured and killed in front of her house. Almost 40 people heard the screams and some even saw what happened but no one called the police. Kovacs then understood how people hid behind facades. Ashamed he went home and made a face from the fabric that he could stand to look at. Kovacs saw himself to begin with as "Kovacs pretending to be Rorschach". This changed when he was working with Nite Owl (2). He had gone to investigate a kid napping of a young girl called Blair Roche in 1975. She was six years old. Gerald Anthony Grice thought she had been connected to the Roche Chemical fortune, yet in reality she was the daughter of a bus driver and so the family had no real wealth. Kovacs got to the house when Grice had gone out and during investigations in the abandoned dress makers store, found a pair of panties in a stove, knives hung in one kitchen cupboard and two hounds fighting over a bone, and cutting board with deep fresh cuts and blood on it. He realised then, that Grice had butchered the child burned her clothes and fed the remains to his pet dogs. At this point, Kovacs closed his eyes and ceased to be Kovacs and became Rorschach. Rorschach then took a meat clever to the hounds skulls, and broke all the lights, so when Grice returned, there would be no light. Upon Grice's return, Rorschach hand cuffed a screaming Grice to the stove, leaving a hacksaw near by. He then covered the room in kerosene and pulls out a match, telling Grice its no use trying to saw through the handcuffs, before dropping the lit match and leaving to let the house burn, with Grice still inside. Rorschach continued as costumed adventurer, even after the anti-hero-law, prohibiting vigilantes, until his death. Rorshach was killed by Dr. Manhattan, to prevent him from telling the world about the hoax orchestrated by Adrian Veidt to unite the world.
2006-02-25 11:50:12 Neerazan Bio Kovacs grew up with his mother, a prostitute, living a life of neglect and frequent beating. At age 10, after assaulting two boys, blinding one with a cigarette, Kovacs was send to Charltons Home for Problematic Children. At 16 Kovacs left the home and started working at a clothing-manufacturer. One day in 1962 a special order came in. A dress made from heat sensitive liquid between two layers of latex. The costumer thought the dress was ugly and did not want it. Kovacs liked the moving black and white, and saved it for later use. Two years later the costumer was found dead. She was raped, tortured and killed in front of her house. Almost 40 people heard the screams and some even saw what happened but no one called the police. Kovacs then understood how people hid behind facades. Ashamed he went home and made a face from the fabric that he could stand watching. Kovacs continued as costumed adventurer, even after the anti-hero-law, prohibiting vigilantes, until his death. Rorshach was killed by Dr. Manhattan, to prevent him from telling the world about the hoax orchestrated by Adrian Veidt to unite the world. Kovacs grew up with his mother, a prostitute, living a life of neglect and frequent beating. At age 10, after assaulting two boys, blinding one with a cigarette, Kovacs was send to Charltons Home for Problematic Children. At 16 Kovacs left the home and started working at a clothing-manufacturer. One day in 1962 a special order came in. A dress made from heat sensitive liquid between two layers of latex. The costumer thought the dress was ugly and did not want it. Kovacs liked the moving black and white, and saved it for later use. Two years later the costumer was found dead. She was raped, tortured and killed in front of her house. Almost 40 people heard the screams and some even saw what happened but no one called the police. Kovacs then understood how people hid behind facades. Ashamed he went home and made a face from the fabric that he could stand watching. Kovacs continued as costumed adventurer, even after the anti-hero-law, prohibiting vigilantes, until his death. Rorshach was killed by Dr. Manhattan, to prevent him from telling the world about the hoax orchestrated by Adrian Veidt to unite the world.
2006-02-25 11:49:22 Neerazan Bio Kovacs grew up with his mother, a prostitute, living a life of neglect and frequent beating. At age 10, after assaulting two boys, blinding one with a cigarette, Kovacs was send to Charltons Home for Problematic Children. At 16 Kovacs left the home and started working at a clothing-manufacturer. One day in 1962 a special order came in. A dress made from heat sensitive liquid between two layers of latex. The costumer thought the dress was ugly and did not want it. Kovacs liked the moving black and white, and saved it for later use. Two years later the costumer was found dead. She was raped, tortured and killed in front of her house. Almost 40 people heard the screams and some even saw what happened but no one called the police. Kovacs then understood how people hid behind facades. Ashamed he went home and made a face from the fabric that he could stand watching. Kovacs continued as costumed adventurer, even after the anti-hero-law, prohibiting vigilantes, until his death. Rorshach was killed by Dr. Manhattan, to prevent him from telling the world about the hoax orchestrated by Adrian Veidt to unite the world. Kovacs grew up with his mother, a prostitute, living a life of neglect and frequent beating. At age 10, after assaulting two boys, blinding one with a cigarette, Kovacs was send to Charltons Home for Problematic Children. At 16 Kovacs left the home and started working at a clothing-manufacturer. One day in 1962 a special order came in. A dress made from heat sensitive liquid between two layers of latex. The costumer thought the dress was ugly and did not want it. Kovacs liked the moving black and white, and saved it for later use. Two years later the costumer was found dead. She was raped, tortured and killed in front of her house. Almost 40 people heard the screams and some even saw what happened but no one called the police. Kovacs then understood how people hid behind facades. Ashamed he went home and made a face from the fabric that he could stand watching. Kovacs continued as costumed adventurer, even after the anti-hero-law, prohibiting vigilantes, until his death. Rorshach was killed by Dr. Manhattan, to prevent him from telling the world about the hoax orchestrated by Adrian Veidt to unite the world.
2006-02-25 11:43:58 Neerazan Bio Kovacs grew up with his mother, a prostitute, living a life of neglect and frequent beating. At age 10, after assaulting two boys, blinding one with a cigarette, Kovacs was send to Charltons Home for Problematic Children. At 16 Kovacs left the home and started working at a clothing-manufacturer. One day in 1962 a special order came in. A dress made from heat sensitive liquid between two layers of latex. The costumer thought the dress was ugly and did not want it. Kovacs liked the moving black and white, and saved it for later use. Two years later the costumer was found dead. She was raped, tortured and killed in front of her house. Almost 40 people heard the screams and some even saw what happened but no one called the police. Kovacs then understood how people hid behind facades. Ashamed he went home and made a face from the fabric that he could stand watching. Kovacs continued as costumed adventurer, even after the anti-hero-law, prohibiting vigilantes, until his death. Rorshach was killed by Dr. Manhattan, to prevent him from telling the world about the hoax orchestrated by Adrian Veidt to unite the world.


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