Gear: 9mm Makarov (Range 12/24/48, Damage 2d6, RoF 1, Weight 3, Shots 8, AP1 Semi-Auto) (I used the Luger stats to account for the smaller magazine)
At any other time in history, Nikolai Luzhin might have been a simple scholar, but the Soviets frowned on academics as counter-revolutionary. His study of European languages and history brought him to the attention of the intelligence apparatus, and he was first contacted in '36, at the beginning of his university. Once he had demonstrated his loyalty to the party and the soviets, he was offered the chance to pursue his studies in Europe. He would be responsible for gathering intelligence on the countries he studied in, and serving as a contact for other agents.
Shortly after his arrival in Prague, the German tanks rolled in, and Nikolai found himself in a precarious position, behind German lines. With relations between Hitler and he Soviets quickly deteriorating, Nikolai adopted the persona of Nicola Michalsyn, in order to continue his studies, as well as his duties as a spy.
Isolated from his chain of command, he is operating largely independently, and will have no objections to making common cause with Allied agents against the Germans. Or the fungi from yuggoth.
For anyone making their own character please make sure that they are linked with Section D of British Intelligence.
...and he has been contacted by Section D of British Intelligence.