Winslow Schott

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Winslow Schott (Scenesys ID: 1889)
Profile
Name: Winslow Percival Schott
Superalias: Toyman
Gender: Male
Species: Human
Occupation: Supervillain
Citizenship: United Kingdom
Residence: Metropolis
Education: Bachelor's in Engineering
Theme: DC (VFC)
Groups: Titans
Details
Apparent Age: 46 Actual Age: 46
Date of Birth 21 Jan 1974 Played By N/A
Height: 5' 4" Weight: 155 lb
Hair Color: Light Brown Eye Color: Blue
Twitter:
Theme Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IREVE3G6Yg


Character Info

Profile

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Winslow Percival Schott used to be a legend in the Toy Industry. First gaining his fame by helping "revive" the troubled Henderson Toys line known as "My Precious Unicorn", Schott's complex toy designs became legendary in the Industry. All of this changed when, after his wife's death, Schott unknowingly sold his designs to be used in a war zone as weaponry. Schott, in retaliation, blew up the head executive in charge of this project, Dunhill, with a bomb hidden in a teddy bear. After that, Schott took the title "The Terrible Toyman" and went to Metropolis to seek revenge on the the rest of Dunhill's "cronies", causing his first of many encounters with Superman. Recently, Toyman has come out of retirement and has returned to Metropolis from Bermuda and is poised to announce his return.

Timeline

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Timeline:
* 1974: Winslow Percival Schott is born in Yorkshire, United Kingdom.
* 1980: At six years old Schott makes his first toy, a toy biplane made of balsa wood. This toy is them promptly stolen by a neighborhood bully. Not being deterred by this event, Schott decides to make a career out of Toymaking.
* 1992: Schott graduates Secondary School with Honors and earns a scholarship to Oxford
* 1996: Schott graduates from Oxford with a Bachelor's in engineering, begins to seek out career as a Toymaker.
* 1998: Winslow Schott, after two years of "Freelance" work manages to land a job with the Multi-National toy company Henderson.
* 1999: Schott is paired with one Maria Dawes to help revive Henderson's least-selling toy-line, "My Precious Unicorn". The two churn out a completely new setting for the setting's world, with Maria providing story details, and Schott designing the toys for this new generation and occasional aiding with story development, especially with the villains.
* June of 2000: My Precious Unicorn's Second Generation comes out, and is a best seller. Schott's design in particular is praised. Schott's Unicorn Dolls followed in the footsteps of Tekno the Robotic Puppy and were able to recognize voices, speak full sentences, remember names and faces, and other lifelike functions.
* Dec of 2000: Schott gets married to a woman named Mary and unexpectedly quits his old job in Henderson and opens his own "workshop" in SoHo.

Timeline 2:
* 2001-2006: Schott becomes world-renowned for his toy designs, almost all of which are designed in his small workshop in SoHo, which he sells to toy companies all around the world.
* Jan of 2007: Schott's workshop is visited by a businessman named Dunhill, who offers to buy out his workshop, which Schott refuses to do.
* Jun of 2007: Schott's wife Mary dies in a horrible car accident. The heartbroken Schott then agrees to sell his workshop to Dunhill.
* 2008: Schott discovers, much to his rage and horror, that Dunhill sold the technology that made his wonderful toys to Lexcorp and other Weapon Makers, and were used to build better drones and weaponry. Schott, in a blind rage, blows up Dunhill with a bomb hidden inside a teddy bear
* 2009: Schott has his first encounter with Superman after arriving in Metropolis to seek revenge on LexCorp, the biggest purchaser of his technology.
* 2010-2015: Schott establishes himself as the Terrible Toyman and has many more encounters with the Man of Steel.
* 2018 Schott seemingly disappears off the face of the Earth. In reality, Schott "retires" to Bermuda and opens up another workshop, where he tries to live in peace.
* 2020: Schott is driven out of retirement after he brutally kills a local drug baron with a toy tank after learning he was using his toys to smuggle drugs. Schott then returns to Metropolis and is preparing to announce his return to it's citizens.

IC Journal

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Personality

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Childish:
Winslow Schott is notorious amongst both Villains and Heroes for his childish behavior. Schott, when not doing anything important, is often sighted playing with a large variety of his non- weaponized toys, watching cartoons, and other acts one would associate with a child. With this trait, Schott often finds it easier to associate with children and earn their trust much easier than most adults.

Unfortunately, this trait carries over to when he fails at an objective. When this does happen, Schott has been observed throwing childish temper tantrums, often yelling, screaming, hoping up and down, and lashing out at even his own associates.

Kindly:
As a extension towards his fondness for Children Schott has occasionally been seen doing acts of kindness. This mostly manifests in giving out free, non-gimmicked toys and sometimes candy to children. Though, he has been known to financially aid a struggling family without expecting to be paid back.

Polite:
Due to his upbringing in a "proper Yorkshire household", Toyman has being described as almost unnervingly polite. In conversation with both friend and foe Schott always insists on using proper etiquette, never stooping to insults or threats unless sufficiently angered.

Protective:
Schott is very protective of children. His career as a toymaker gas caused him to develop a fondness for children and a desire to "preserve their innocence." No matter how destructive his plans are, He will make sure any children in the area are not in the crossfire and will often go out of his way to put them out of danger. He will also ruthlessly kill anyone who harms children, "punishing" them for their actions against "the innocent".

Sociopathic:
Schott has developed sociopathic tendencies over the years, mostly due to the death of his wife and the fact that his "innocent toys" was used for war. As a result, his conscience has significantly weakened. As a result, he is able to cause widespread destruction without feeling a bit of remorse, or justify it easily when what little of his conscience bothers him about it by insisting that it is necessary to completing his goals.

Character Sheet

Powers

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Skills

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Engineering Genius:
Schott is first and foremost a engineering genius. Even before his turn to villainy, Schott was well-known in both the Toy and Engineering worlds for his very complex, and advanced toy designs. Nowadays however, Schott uses this talent for a more nefarious purpose, designing weaponry. Toyman's weaponry is noted for it's seemingly simple looking, yet complex design, often taking hours or days for Him to complete, even for something as simple as a toy biplane that shoots real bullets. Yet, all the hard work is worth it when he releases his "creations" upon the world, often with deadly results.

Toy Making:
As obvious from his alias, Winslow Schott is a master toy maker. Years of practicing his craft had made Schott one of the most renowned figures in the toy industry. He still retains this skill, making complex, though rather often simplistic looking toys. However, a lot of these toys are often shells, containing deadly weapons like acid, bullets, fire, explosives, etc.

Resources

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Deadly Toys:
Schott's weaponry is made up of his extensive collection of weaponized toys. These toys, while they often take a while to make, are usually very effective at their jobs. Amongst the most "common" toys in Schott's collection are Exploding Balls, Acid Gum, Super Soakers full of Liquid Nitrogen, Toy Tanks that fire miniature artillery shells, Tin Soldiers that fire real bullets, Toy Planes that shoot miniature bullets, and more.

Schott also has the habit of developing what he calls "Specialty Toys", which are often weapons that take longer for him to develop, usually months, or sometimes years, and are often useful for more "specialized crimes". These toys tend to be robotic, often larger that Schott himself, and are designed to cause as much damage as possible and complete their tasks efficiently. These toys come in the shapes of "Lego Golems, Life-Sized Robotic Ninjas, Stuffed Kangaroos with Boxing Gloves, and more unorthodox creations.

Henchmen:
As Schott started to grow older, he realized he would need more help getting things done. So, Toyman has recently started hiring "gangs of toughies" to help him in his endeavors. These men are often seen clad in red plastic lab coats, jeans, and brown slacks, with the words TOY FACTORY written in big, blocky, childish lettering on the back of the coat. These men are often equipped with small caliber firearms. But, it isn't unusual for Toyman to arm at least one of them with his "newest offensive toy". Schott makes sure these men follow his orders to a T, especially when it comes to children, and has been known to callously kill of henchmen who anger him significantly.

Money:
While Schott doesn't have a legitimate job now, he still has plenty of money. He has frugally saved all the money he made from Henderson, and from his various toy designs made while in SoHo and has dispersed them in various bank accounts under fake names. As a result, he has plenty of money to continue his villainous career.

Schott's Workshop:
Winslow Schott always has a Workshop. This workshop is both a lab and a safehouse for Schott and his men and is currently hidden in a old meat packing plant in the Industrial District. The Workshop is part Engineering Lab, and part Toy Store. Non-gimmicked toys litter the ground and walls of this place and intermingle with complex pieces of engineering equipment. The Workshop comes with a complex security system filled with cameras, lasers, and traps, which allows Schott and his men to know when there is an intruder. His Workshop comes with a hidden escape tunnel, which in theory, will allow Schott to make a quick escape in case his Workshop is compromised.

Weaknesses

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Human:
Behind all of Schott's toys and gadgets, Schott is still human and is no match for anyone stronger than him, especially Heroes with powers.

Overweight:
Schott has never been in shape and as a consequence, he is overweight. This is often a problem for Schott as it makes it harder for him to flee on foot from a bad situation, as he tends to run out of breath quickly. It also makes him at risk for future health problems.

Temper:
Schott's temper is often his worst enemy. When angered, Schott's childish fits can prove most irksome as they tend to blind him, and cause him to strike out when it would be wiser to flee.

Role-Play

Logs

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Winslow Schott has 27 finished logs.

Title Date Scene Summary
That's not a Moon March 22nd, 2021 It's a Falcon
Prankentoys February 10th, 2021 No description
Of Luck and Toys February 7th, 2021 No description
Winter Wonderland: A Way In February 6th, 2021 Winslow Schott's Dome finally comes down, but Schott escapes
Return Of The Shredder: Marionette Maker January 24th, 2021 The vessel for shredder's soul is contracted out by an unwitting partnership between Toyman and one of his old friends.
The Fairest Child January 2nd, 2021 No description
A Cat and a Unicorn December 24th, 2020 Vorpal meets a Unicorn protecting a child from a gang of thugs
Dead Men Tell No Tales November 30th, 2020 No description
Winter Wonderland: The Dome Appears November 27th, 2020 A dome separates the Suicide Slums from the rest of Metropolis, and a army of toys is fought.
Robot Invaders From Mars VS The Ant Man! November 12th, 2020 Ant-Man fights killer robots
Falcone in Toyland November 7th, 2020 Falcone and Toyman agree to build a warzone to end all warzones.
Toyman meets Royalty November 3rd, 2020 Schott meets Maxima and annoys her greatly
Night at the Toy Museum October 28th, 2020 Toyman meets Static during a heist at a Toy Museum, and Static gets a new toy in the end
Stop Thief! October 25th, 2020 Marly fixes some My Precious Unicorns for Ted Kord and The Toyman steals them back.
Black Bart's Holdup October 16th, 2020 Toyman and the Blue Beetle clash with Toyman showing off his robotics genius
Beware of Knockoffs October 11th, 2020 Two Madison High Alumni meet over toys and thugs.
Fun New Friends! October 9th, 2020 Only 3 rounds in... No outcome applies.
The Return Of the Pumpkin Spice October 3rd, 2020 October means a certain coffee treat is back for sale.
A Super Family Reunuion September 30th, 2020 Toyman meets Power Girl and Hyperion and release killer kangaroo toys on them
Of Toys and Orphans and Spiders September 29th, 2020 No description
Nice Night for a Robbery September 26th, 2020 Spider-Man and Silver Spider tangle with some dangerous toys...and a very dangerous unicorn.
Toys Vs Amazon September 25th, 2020 Artemis meets The Toyman
Pinky's out for crime September 21st, 2020 Toys are not only for children, for an army of bears to take hells kitchen.
=A Night in Nightmare Manor September 16th, 2020 No description
=A Bizarre Robbery September 15th, 2020 No description
Schott's Toy Chest September 10th, 2020 Toyman and Deadshot meet.
It's Playtime!! September 5th, 2020 The Titan's bare witness to Toyman's return to America, and to crime.

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