Name: Elizabeth Thatcher
(Sorry, I'm just not very good at describing people and places)
Personality: Like almost all scientists that the world foolishly deems "mad", Elizabeth is anti-social and incredibly devoted to her work, to the point of being downright creepy to even her fellow mad scientists. She tends to focus solely on accomplishing a single goal at a time, and giving anything else minimal attention unless it could be useful or if it could interfere with her plans...whatever they may be at that particular time, from taking over Scotland to purchasing some Swiss cheese.
Unlike most other scientists, Elizabeth tend to be a bit too...emotional. She is quick to anger, frequently taking out her anger on her own monster, and tends to get too wrapped up in whatever has most recently captured her fancy, to the point where she might even forget WHY she wanted to acquire/accomplish the goal in the first place. Obviously, this is a bit of a problem when it becomes apparent that experimentation on some random and completely innocent person off the street becomes necessary, but Elizabeth is above such petty morality! Her lack of any morals in regards to human guinea pig-, er, "valued test subject volunteers" tends to get her in trouble with the local authorities, but that's what she had her monster for, to take care of any such "legal horse hockey that I can't be bothered with" through ANY means he deems fit...
Finally, she also has a bit of a...megalomaniac side to her that manifests itself in ways other than simply wanting to rule the world...ways like arguing with her monster as to whether or not he looks like a "bondage slave"...suffice to say, their relationship is unique if nothing else, given her controlling nature and his tendency to shrug her off.
On the plus side, this makes Elizabeth nearly impossible to stop once she's put her mind to something, and, although somewhat petty at times, it also makes her a capable ally...mainly because of her one-track mind.
Occupation: Mad scientist
Disorder: Megalomania, Sociopath, and an odd...thing for monsters...the kind of thing that won't allow her to stop experimenting on them...what did you think i meant?!
Specialty and skills: Physics and Biology...and Elizabeth is rather skilled in the art of beating the Hell out of anyone who angers her with whatever happens to be within her reach
Brief history: Elizabeth's story is one of tragedy and woe....not!
In fact, it's rather dull, boring, and not at all original...she just happened to be a little girl who did strange things to insects and grew up to loathe the fact that she wouldn't be able to get anywhere in the field of science to truly be able to test out the ideas that popped into her head on a regular basis...so, naturally, she simply broke the rules and slowly accumulated all of her scientific expertise through a variety of barely-legal means...and then put them into "practice".
Monster name: Scarecrow
Origins: ORIGINALLY, Scarecrow was going to be a zombie made from the best of the best bits and pieces of the greatest members of the human race...and a horse wiener...but then some mishaps occurred and Elizabeth simple decided that acquiring said body parts would be a bit on the difficult side, so she simply began to mix the best elements of a human body and a common, easily-stolen, scarecrow...and then added her own twisted brand of science into the mix
Personality: In sharp contrast to Elizabeth, scarecrow is a bit of a "lazy jerk". He's unmotivated, and yet much more "sane" than his maker/master and frequently has to reign her in whenever one of her schemes to rule the world goes too far. Scarecrow's sense of humor tends to be on the witty side, and he's also a bit of a flirt...regardless of whether the object of his affections is a "normal" human or a "monster" like himself...something that tends to get in the way when it comes to conquering the world.
Ironically, he would actually be considered (and technically is) a more upstanding citizen than his human maker. While Scarecrow isn't a reincarnation of Christ, he does have a vague sense of "semi-chivalry" to him and sometimes tinkers around to create his own inventions...even if they are considered "useless" by Elizabeth (or "Lizzy", as he calls her) on the grounds that they have no use in combat and are frequently inspired by passing whim on his part...such as the "turkey tree" and then "nanny bomb"...obviously, while a much more "normal" person than Elizabeth, she is the better scientist while he is the better/more normal of the two.
Abilities: As an "artificial human", Scarecrow doesn't have a "normal" anatomy by any means. Instead, he his filled with an incredibly thick liquids of sorts that acts as his "stuffing" and organs at the same time. As such, he is highly resistant, borderline immune, to blunt damage since his body will absorb much of the shock, though he's far from invulnerable from particularly strong attacks of a blunt nature. Also, he possesses impressive acrobatic ability, though it's hardly super-human
Scarecrow's primary abilities are in fact derived from Elizabeth's expertise in physics...she has essentially given him a "pocket dimension" generator. This essentially means that he can create a totally separate dimension to store literally anything, regardless of size, in his clothing, where the dimension is located. Because of this, Scarecrow frequently pulls out numerous types of objects in battle, from chains, to pistols, and even bayonets to be thrown literally out of his sleeves in a span of mere seconds.
Finally, he can also charge object with kinetic energy, though they have to be moving shortly after he charges them to maintain the charge, in order to boost their effectiveness and even give minorly explosive capabilities. For example, if he was to hit a rock with a chain in or on his clothing and charged it with kinetic energy before the actual strike, then the rock would be shattered into pieces.
The same principle applies to his punches as long as he's wearing gloves. Scarecrow's anatomy will effortlessly absorb the shock of the kinetically charged punch, but he can charge his body parts directly.
Hammer-space Slam-off: In a phrase, Scarecrow goes all-out with his abilities, not holding back even an inch as he tosses every single dangerous object at his command towards his enemy, charging each with kinetic energy before the actual throw. Assuming his enemy can survive the sheer power of the onslaught, they'll quickly find that the attack leaves Scarecrow more than a little winded and weakened...
Okay, I probably messed up in a few places, so tell me where and I'll try to fix it when I can...I'll be gone tomorrow