Subject 001-09

Scott Willow

Threat Level: C

Age: 17

Birthdate: May 15th

Height: 6' 2"

Weight: 179 lbs.

Hair: Orange

Eyes: Green

Distinguishing Characteristics: Scott's arms and legs are covered in small scars.

Friends: Lucas Solomon, Kevin White

Enemies: Samuel Novas, Noah Pak

Known Family: None

Pecking Order: Scott Willow is on even ground with Eddie, Samuel Novas, and Noah Pak. Lucas Solomon and Kevin White are distinctly subservient towards him and benefit from his protection. Scott and Kevin have had intimate encounters on a regular basis.




Relatively little is known about Scott’s past before he was taken out of foster care and drafted into Project Ithaca at the age of 14. All that is known for certain is that the scars on Scott's arms and legs predate his involvement with the project.


Psychological Evaluation

Psychological Evaluation

Scott Willow is one of the first subjects of Project Ithaca, and easily one of the most charismatic. With a devil-may-care attitude and the casual benevolence of an older brother, Scott is respected even by his rivals. He is the first to attempt to diffuse any confrontation, but it would be a mistake to confuse his kindness for weakness.

Even without using his Paradox, Scott is more than willing to dirty his hands to make a point or discipline a fellow subject. For his part, Scott seems to care for the other subjects the way a wolf cares for its pack.

Scott has recently begun to share his bed with Kevin White, which took most of the other subjects by surprise. To date, none of them have been foolish enough to rebuke him for it.





Scott Willow’s Paradox can be described as psychokinesis only in the loosest sense of the word. Although he is able to manipulate objects remotely using the power of his mind alone, his control over it is so poor that he can only crush objects or cause them to burst from the inside out. More research is being done, but it is highly probable that severe nerve damage has eroded Scott's ability to control this Paradox.



Dr. Linda Malone

Director, Parapsychology
Phone x1742 | Fax x1743

Scott is an interesting case. For reasons unknown, the initial experimentation caused substantial nerve damage in his limbs. Sensory examination shows a generalized loss of pain and temperature sensations. Tactile sensibility, position sense, and stereognosis are still present in his hands and feet.

Until this nerve damage can be treated, I do not expect his psychokinetic control to improve.

Gedeon Vassago
Director, Cryptozoology
Phone x0755 | Fax x0756

Not to go off-topic, but I'd keep an eye on this one if I were you. He tries way too hard to seem way too nice. Keep in mind he can cave in a grown man's skull with a second's concentration. Scott's been here longer than any of the other subjects, and I don't think he's lasted this long by being a nice guy.