Doctor Hannibal Lecter has appeared in Horror RPG Series 3, Season 1.

Hannibal Lecter
Lecter (S3-S1)
Alias:Hannibal Lecter VIII (formal name), Dr. Lecter, Hannibal the Cannibal, Lloyd Wyman, Dr. Fell, Mr. Closter
Date of Birth:01-21-1938
Place of Birth:Lecter Castle, Lithuania
Date of Death:NA, still alive and well
Occupation:Surgeon, emergency room doctor, clinical psychiatrist, neurologist, forensic psychologist, culinary artist, artist, musician, library curator (all formerly), Serial Killer
Age:68 (in 2006)
Family:Count Lecter (father); Simonetta Sforza (mother); Mischa Lecter (sister); Robert Lecter (uncle); Lady Murasaki (aunt-by-marriage) (all deceased); the rest of his family is currently unknown
Skills:Extremely intelligent, has the uncanny ability to see into your mind using his own brand of warped psychology, expert knowledge on human anatomy, chef, and serial killer profiling
Downfalls:Major risk taker (walks among society in plain sight while a wanted man), insanity
Theme Song:"Diary of a Madman" by Ozzy Osbourne
Major Allies:None, currently
Minor Allies:Clarice Starling, Barney Matthews
Major Rivals:Will Graham, Frederick Chilton (Deceased) and any law enforcement
Minor Rivals:None, currently
Portrayer:Sir Anthony Hopkins
Series:The Hannibal Tetralogy
Controller:Dylan (S3-S1)

Dr. Hannibal Lecter is the main character of the Hannibal tetralogy and is controlled by Dylan.

Chapter History Edit

"A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti." - Dr. Hannibal Lecter

Earlier Life Edit

Hannibal Lecter is born on January 20, 1933, to a wealthy aristocratic Lithuanian family. After the death of his parents in World War II, twelve-year-old Hannibal and his younger sister Mischa were held against their will by six Lithuanian militiamen-turned-Waffen-SS members (whom lead by Vladis Grutas, a Nazi collaborator) during the severe winter of 1944. Unable to find food, the men resorted to cannibalism, and chose Mischa to be consumed. Lecter was severely traumatized by his sister's death, an event that haunted him for the rest of his life. This destroyed his faith in God, and shaped him into the "monster" that is later depicted in the series.

Eight years later Lecter lives inside his home, but it had been turned into a Soviet orphanage. A bully harasses Lecter, who has been rendered mute by his experiences, about not singing the orphanage anthem. The bully attacks his head, but Lecter blocks his swing with a fork, impaling the bully's hand. That evening, Lecter experiences a flashback about Mischa screaming in her sleep, which angers the youth commander, who locks him in a dungeon. However, Lecter escapes from the castle orphanage to Paris to live with his widowed aunt, the Lady Murasaki-Lecter. She gets him to speak for the first time since his childhood, and instructs him about flower arrangement, martial arts and ancestor worship.

Lecter committed his first murder by beheading a butcher who insulted his aunt, and whose insult indirectly lead to the death of his uncle. Lecter was interrogated by the police, but was released on lack of evidence. Knowing what Lecter had done, Lady Murasaki feared that he would try to kill the men who murdered Mischa. After failing to dissuade him from hunting the men, Lecter left, determined to avenge his sister.

Avenging Mischa grew into an obsession, and he relentlessly hunted the group who killed his sister; he then systematically butchers them, cannibalizing several of them. When he confronts the group's leader, Vladis Grutas, he learns that he too had consumed Mischa's remains in a broth. Out of rage, Lecter carved the letter M into Grutas' body repeatedly. Upon seeing what Lecter had become, Lady Murasaki left him. With all his loved ones gone, Lecter leaves Europe for the United States, having earlier been accepted to Johns Hopkins University.

The Chesapeake Ripper Edit

Later, Hannibal established a psychiatric practice in Baltimore, Maryland, and became a celebrated figure in the city's most prominent social circles. Lecter had also worked as an emergency room physician in Baltimore.

Lecter kills nine more people in Baltimore, and is nicknamed "The Chesapeake Ripper." Ironically, Lecter corresponds with FBI Agent Will Graham on the murders he himself commits. Graham consults Lecter one night, and suddenly realizes the doctor is the killer he seeks after seeing the antique medical diagram "Wound Man" in Lecter's office; Graham remembers that one of the victims was found in the exact position. When Graham attempts to call the police, Lecter stabs and nearly disembowels him.

Lecter is found not guilty by reason of insanity and sentenced to nine consecutive life terms in the Baltimore Hospital for the Criminally Insane. He is nicknamed "Hannibal the Cannibal" in the National Tattler, a lurid tabloid that covers his trial.

Incarceration Edit

Lecter is a model patient for the first year of his incarceration, however, he attacked a nurse, dislocating her jaw and eating her tongue and one of her eyes. During the assault, Lecter's pulse never rose above 85 beats per minute.

Because of his unusual brain wave patterns and history of violence, he is branded a "pure sociopath"; Graham mentions, however, that Lecter does not really fit any psychological profile, and so is labeled a sociopath for lack of a more appropriate term. Lecter refuses to submit to any standard psychological testing, folding questionnaires into origami and reciting a recipe for nacho dip under the influence of sodium amytal.

Lecter's keepers in the asylum are: administrator Frederick Chilton, whom Lecter despises and considers his nemesis; and guard Barney Matthews, who treats Lecter with courtesy, and enjoys a mutual respect.

Graham briefly consults Lecter in an investigation of a serial killer dubbed "The Tooth Fairy". Unknown to Graham, Lecter starts a correspondence with the killer, Francis Dolarhyde, and gives him Graham's home address in code. As a result, Dolarhyde is killed and Graham is permanently disfigured.

Later, Lecter assists FBI trainee Clarice Starling in capturing "Buffalo Bill". In exchange for his help (given as vague, riddling clues) Lecter demands personal information about Starling's painful childhood. The two grow to respect each other, and it is implied that Lecter forms a romantic attachment to her. When "Multiple" Miggs, the prisoner in cell adjacent to Lecter's, throws his semen into her face, Lecter "finds this discourtesy unspeakably ugly" and punishes Miggs by manipulating him into committing suicide.

Toward the end of the investigation, Lecter gives Starling a final clue: "This man covets, and how do we begin to covet? We covet what we see everyday." This helps Starling deduce that the killer knew one of his victims personally, and uses this to find "Buffalo Bill" in time to save the woman he had kidnapped, killing him in the ensuing struggle. Lecter escapes, killing two guards, a staff of paramedics and a tourist whose identity he steals. During a party celebrating her graduation from the FBI Academy, Starling is startled when she receives a phone call from Lecter. He asks her if the lambs have stopped screaming, and promises her that he will not come after her, and that he expects the same courtesy. He also tells her that he is "having an old friend for dinner". Lecter is stalking Frederick Chilton, who has arrived at the same location (the Bahamas) to hide from Lecter, knowing he is likely to go after him for his cruelty as his warden.

The Undercover Years Edit

Lecter is now living in Florence, Italy, under the alias "Dr. Fell". There, he is the curator of the prestigious Capponi Library (having murdered the position's previous occupant). He reads in an American newspaper that Starling, now a full-fledged FBI agent, has been blamed for a botched drug raid and is in danger of losing her job. In the meantime Starling is sent to the mansion of billionaire Mason Verger, who was mutilated and paralyzed after an encounter with Lecter years earlier. Verger, who specifically asked for Starling, claims he has new information (which turns out to be an X-ray which he is only willing to disclose to Starling. Upon her arrival Verger tells Starling about his history with Lecter. He first met Dr. Lecter because he was under a court order to have therapy after being convicted of child sex abuse charges.

Lecter learns that a corrupt detective named Pazzi has informed Verger of his whereabouts. He kills Pazzi, and flees to the U.S. to stalk Starling, albeit without homicidal intentions. He is kidnapped by Verger's men after Starling's corrupt boss, Paul Krendler, uses her as bait. Starling attempts to rescue Lecter from Verger's sadistic grasp, only to be wounded in the ensuing gunfight. Lecter subsequently saves the wounded Starling from a herd of specially trained giant cannibal hogs. and, while doing so, also persuades Verger's assistant Dr. Cordell Doemling to let Verger roll into the pit with the killer hogs, thereby killing him. He would therefore get the satisfaction of watching Verger die.

Lecter takes Starling to Krendler's lake-front house and performs surgery on her to remove the bullet. After awakening she discovers her whereabouts and calls the police before heading downstairs where Lecter has performed a Craniotomy on Krendler. Starling watches in horror as Lecter feeds the severely drugged Krendler a small part of his own brain after it has been sautéed in butter and herbs. After Starling fails to apprehend Lecter by herself, the police finally arrive, but not before Lecter has escaped, losing a hand in the process.

Role in Horror RPG Series 3, Season One Edit

Profiling The Jigsaw Killer Edit

Regular Appearance Edit

Hannibal Lecter is described as being small and sleek, and with wiry strength in his arms. Lecter's eyes are a shade of maroon, and reflect the light in "pinpoints of red". He is also said to have small white teeth and dark, slicked-back hair. On Lecter's left hand has the condition called mid ray duplication polydactyly, i.e. a duplicated middle finger. Later in life he has plastic surgery performed on his face and has his extra digit removed.