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Brenner

(Dr. Martin Brenner)
54 / Male / Single
Hawkins, Indiana - United States
Brenner, who allegedly worked for the US Department of Energy, was a government figure steeped in mystery and controversy. He was a senior research scientist and director of Hawkins National Laboratory. He had a major role in various controversial experiments, including Project MKUltra. Following MKUltra, Brenner raised a number of test subjects at Hawkins Lab, including Eleven, who possessed psychokinetic abilities.

Brenner tested the limits of Eleven's abilities through various experiments. In one such experiment, Brenner indirectly unleashed a monster from another dimension into Hawkins, allowing Eleven to escape the lab. In the following week, Brenner and his team searched for Eleven while investigating the newly opened gateway to the other dimension (informally known as the Upside Down). This culminated in an unsuccessful attempt to capture Eleven at Hawkins Middle School, which drew the attention of the monster. Brenner survived the monster's attack and sustained only minor injuries, but was unable to return Eleven to the lab.

Hawkins Lab was shut down in 1984, and Dr Brenner falsely presumed deceased. By 1986, Brenner and Dr. Sam Owens had established the Nina Project, situated at a top secret facility in the Nevada desert. The project was conceived in response to Eleven losing access to her psychokinetic abilities, and was designed to reactivate her powers via an experimental prodecure. Brenner and Owens wished to use Eleven's abilities to stave off the continued existential threat posed by the Upside Down. After some initial hesitation, Eleven participated and ultimately regained her abilities.

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Notyours asked the question
Q. Why are you a 12/10? <3
A. I wouldn't know how to answer that since, I'm mostly disliked by most that see me as a bad person for what goes on in the lab.
 Aug 9th 2022 23:50

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I won't judge your work.
Aug 9th 2022 23:58