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.
Marked is taken by these characters:
Elise LeBlanc, level 1, a small flower like mark on the bottom of her right foot
Gao, level 2, Heterochromia iridum
Sagesse la Roque, level 1, small tattoo of butterfly near left eye, same color as eyes