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The name is Sherlock Holmes and the address is
221B Baker Street.
B A S I C S;
Name:William Sherlock Scott Holmes
Title(s): Mr., The Virgin {Jim Moriarty}
Age: 30s
Date of Birth: January 6th
Gender: Male
Species: Human
Marital Status: Single
Family: Mr and Mrs Holmes, Mycroft Holmes and Eurus Holmes, John Watson
Religion: N/A
Occupation: Consulting Detective
Education Level: University Graduate
PB: Benedict Cumberbatch
P E R M I S S I O N S;
Backtagging: N
Threadjacking: N
Forth-Walling: N
Mindreading: N
Fighting: Y
Injury: Y
Romance: Y
Smut: Y/N
Offensive Subjects: Drug Abuse
P L A Y E R;
Name: Sample Name
Age: Sample
Timezone: GMT(+/-)
Contact: Plurk/Email/Pm's/etc.
B O D Y; physical looks, traits, style of dress.

Here is where you write about their physical appearence, from their skin, eyes, hair to their manner of dress, tattoos, scars, anything that you feel you wish to expand upon that relates to how they will be physically seen by others, or even things they hid if you feel it relevant and of interest. You may even write about mannerisms, how they walk, etc.

Sherlock is the master of deduction, a consulting detective, the only one in the world as he invented the job. He's brilliant, a proper genius, and doesn't he know it. Should you ever meet him, he will no doubt read your family history in your mobile phone and your occupation in the way you hold yourself. Be warned though, he is not a man who has time for social graces, so you may find him more than just a little insulting at times, but you mustn't be offended if he calls you an idiot, he thinks practically everyone is! Ask Sherlock about astronomy however and you may just have him. With his mind like a computer hard drive, he only stores information that is really useful. Like what size suitcase makes a certain radius of splash pattern, or what bruises are formed after death on a body beaten by a riding crop. So what does it matter then, really, if the earth goes around the sun? Without the work, Sherlock's brain rots, so give him problems to solve as Sherlock is bored easily and that's never good for the walls.. The more bizarre or impossible the problems the better they are, that's why Scotland Yard go to him when they are out of their depth… which is always.Although he is a self-proclaimed high functioning sociopath (do your research and don't call him a psychopath), if you do have a problem to solve which is worth his time, open and shut domestics need not apply.

M I N D; psyche, personality, general mentality.

Just what it says on the tin, here you can expand on their personality, their manner of thinking, their likes, dislikes, really anything that you feel would fit here, much like I said for the body section. You may write as little or much as you like, however it is best to give enough so that a feel for your character and what they're like is able to be drawn out of the section, as that is what it is for.

Genius-Level Intellect: Sherlock Holmes has an extremely high intellect and masterful observational skills. Deduction: Sherlock has many well-developed abilities that aid him with his detective work, including a profound aptitude for deductive reasoning. Investigation: He often uses a memory retrieval technique called "the method of loci"[4], which he refers to as his 'mind palace'.[5] John describes this system of storing memories as plotting them on a map of a familiar location and retrieving those memories by finding the way back to them, so as to theoretically never forget anything. To use this skill, Sherlock requires silence and space to himself to reduce outside interference.

S K I L L S; talents, powers, magics.

Fill in here with information about your characters skills, talents, magics if they possess them. Anything from the more mundane such as weaving, thieving, farming, whatever it is to magical things, or talents related to fighting, even.

Skills — Genius-Level Intellect: Sherlock Holmes has an extremely high intellect and masterful observational skills. Deduction: Sherlock has many well-developed abilities that aid him with his detective work, including a profound aptitude for deductive reasoning. Investigation: He often uses a memory retrieval technique called "the method of loci", which he refers to as his 'mind palace'. John describes this system of storing memories as plotting them on a map of a familiar location and retrieving those memories by finding the way back to them, so as to theoretically never forget anything. To use this skill, Sherlock requires silence and space to himself to reduce outside interference.Heightened Perception: Upon meeting a person, he will often "scan" them, using elements of their appearance to arrive at astonishingly accurate conclusions about their past or personality. However, Sherlock is not infallible, as he admits "there is always something" that he misses or misinterprets. Espionage Abilities: Sherlock has also proven incredible espionage talents. Despite not having spoken to Irene Adler for months, Sherlock was able to follow her to Pakistan, pose as her executioner and save her life, keeping this a secret from (possibly) everyone. Martial Artist: He also shows great skill in both armed and unarmed combat. In reference to his Conan Doyle counterpart, the rules of the combat discipline Baritsu hang over his bed. He often uses his deductive reasoning to identify weaknesses of his opponents before he strikes them, only losing in fights when he is taken by surprise. Sherlock's unarmed skills are great enough that he was able to fight a professional assassin on even footing for an extended period of time.

H I S T O R Y; times that made them, that broke them.

Everyone has a past, some more interesting than others. You can write as much as you want so long as it gives a general idea of where they come from and what they've been through, things you might want to include are family, place of birth/home town, level of education and how it was gained, skills learnt/occupation if they've had one, anything you think happened to them that may be interesting. Basically an overview, however long or short of how they got to where they are today, how they got to be who they are today.

Sherlock Holmes (born William Sherlock Scott Holmes) is the world's only consulting detective, a profession he created for himself. He is based in London and often consulted by Greg Lestrade of New Scotland Yard, usually taking his best friend and former flatmate, John Watson, on cases. He has a keen interest in unusual or bizarre crimes, without which he rapidly becomes bored, relying on nicotine to keep his brain active, although in the past he has dabbled in illegal drugs such as heroin for entertainment. Sherlock is a thinker and an observer; his incredible ability to notice and draw deductions from seemingly trivial details is his main tool for solving crimes he investigates. He also often utilises his "mind palace", a tool for remembering the smallest of details and organising his memories in a visual way. However, his unusual and somewhat anti-social personality has led to many in the official police force distrusting and disliking him.

Sherlock claims on more than one occasion to be a "high-functioning sociopath". However, according to Jim Moriarty, as well as Sherlock's own actions and displays of emotion and empathy, this may not be true. Sherlock does not seem to exhibit any of the symptoms of an anti-social personality disorder. John jokes once, in order to explain Sherlock's behaviour, that he might suffer from Asperger's Syndrome, a disorder on the autism spectrum, though this has never been confirmed

Perhaps Sherlock's most noticeable trait is his proneness to boredom. He is constantly agitated by the lack of work, describing peace and quiet as "hateful". Even if a case is offered to him, he won't take it unless he finds it sufficiently interesting (though it is worth noting that he seems to significantly lower his standards as he gets more desperate). In the absence of case work that meets his criteria, he will go to extreme lengths to keep himself occupied, such as repeatedly shooting the wall of his flat with live rounds, and even turning to drugs in more extreme situations; he claims that he is a "user" of drugs on more than one occasion, which helps to increase his thought process. He even went so far as to accuse the criminal class of slackening, viewing that as the reason for his boredom.

Although he puts forth a cold-hearted and abrasive exterior, Sherlock does have a kind, caring side. Despite telling John that not caring about people makes it easier to do his job, Sherlock clearly has concern for the people involved in his cases. During one of their earlier cases, when John's girlfriend Sarah was kidnapped by Chinese smugglers, Sherlock focused on saving her rather than catching the smugglers themselves, and comforted her gently while untying her, even though he had not seemed to like her much previously. And again, in one of his first confrontations with Moriarty, he seems very emotionally affected when he is unable to save the life of an old woman. A bit later, at Baskerville, he tries to talk Henry down from taking his own life. He reacted with compassion towards his younger sister, Eurus Holmes, upon learning the secret behind her childhood song. When Eurus became uncommunicative following their final game at Musgrave Hall, Sherlock visited her and played his violin for her, eventually eliciting a reaction from her. He continued visiting Sherrinford and playing for Eurus over the years, later able to hold a violin recital of the two of them for their parents and Mycroft, reflecting in Eurus some measure of mental recovery and also Sherlock's dedicated care to his newly learned sister, apparently forgiving her for her responsibility of Victor Trevor's death and the subsequent trauma. He also despises criminals such as Milverton, who disgusted him more than any criminal he ever dealt with, and described Culverton Smith as a monster. Sherlock is the most protective towards the people he is close to, however. Even though it often seems like he takes Mrs. Hudson for granted, he is enraged when he finds that she has been roughed up by an American operative, going so far as to tie him up and throw him out the window - so many times he "lost count". Later, when John insists that she go stay with her sister for a while, Sherlock tells him that if Mrs. Hudson left Baker Street, "England would fall", while putting a comforting arm around her. This protective nature extends to all his friends, to the point that he is willing to fake his own death to save them.

John and Sherlock, however, share a unique relationship. Sherlock, clearly, cannot be considered a man with many friends; his attitude and cutting words often ward people away, but with John he makes an effort. John is intelligent, though not as intelligent as Sherlock, lacking Holmes' observational skills and his unique insight into crime. John however does have great insight in his analysis of relationships, which Sherlock may dismiss, though often does prove to come in handy. The pair seems to have very compatible senses of humor, and Sherlock does generally appear to appreciate John's love of danger and risk-taking, even confessing to John that he "doesn't have friends. [He] just has one". He never denies it when people incorrectly assume that they are romantic partners. When John asks Sherlock to be his best man, Sherlock is stunned into silence. He later reveals, during a very long and touching speech at the wedding, that he'd never expected to be anyone's best man because he'd "never expected to be anybody's best friend." Sherlock shares a somewhat complex relationship with his older brother, Mycroft Holmes. Mycroft does seem to worry a great deal about Sherlock, often rallying his younger brother's friends in order to ensure his safety (specifically to prevent an implied relapse), and attempting to protect Sherlock when they thought Irene Adler had died. While he does show, at times, childlike frustration with his elder brother, Sherlock never dismisses him as he does with clients or police officers he finds truly annoying or tedious. Mycroft also seems comfortable with the idea of going to Sherlock for help with issues of national security, showing once again an innate sense of trust in his younger sibling. Though he was unaware of it,

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'Wᴀᴛsᴏɴ.
Dec 9
I may miss you but I would rather miss you than suffer a bloody head in the bloody fridge!
Oh you would be surprised, Holmes. You hardly notice when I am not here. :P
Wʀᴀᴛʜ ᴏꜰ ᴛʜᴇ ʟᴀᴍʙ.
Dec 8
Sherlock Holmes, it's a pleasure to make your acquaintance.
'Wᴀᴛsᴏɴ.
Dec 8
FINE think of me when you are laid up in hospital with food poisoning. I will move out and find a new flat mate and preferably one that isn't such a difficult arsehole to live with! Who doesn't store a bloody head in the fridge!


*Storms into the kitchen*
FINE think of me when you are laid up in hospital with food poisoning. I will move out and find a new flat mate and preferably one that isn't such a difficult arsehole to live with! Who doesn't store ...See more
'Wᴀᴛsᴏɴ.
Dec 7
Christ! Holmes! It's a bloody health hazard!
No more body parts of any kind are allowed in OUR fridge. If you want to use a fridge for body parts, I suggest we buy another fridge that OUR food will not be near.
'Wᴀᴛsᴏɴ.
Dec 6
I asked Molly to come and take it to St. Barts. She will store it in the correct fridge.
Now. I am going to cleanse and put in the fridge and I expect it to stay.. you free.
'Wᴀᴛsᴏɴ.
Dec 5
WHY OUR FRIDGE? Could you not trouble Molly at the hospital? The fridge is where we keep food, Sherlock.
'Wᴀᴛsᴏɴ.
Dec 5
Why is there a severed head in our fridge?
'Wᴀᴛsᴏɴ.
Dec 5
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'Wᴀᴛsᴏɴ.
Dec 5
S H E R L O C K! <3