2 levels, 1 point per level
A character is considered marked if his or her body bears a permanent and distinguishing design that may be difficult to conceal. The design may be a family symbol, an identifying birthmark, a permanent scar, or a unique tattoo. If the mark is not considered out of the ordinary (such as freckles or a common tattoo), this defect does not apply.
Level One: The mark is easily concealable.
Level Two: The mark cannot be concealed because of its prominence or location, such as the face or hands.