Cowboys and Samurai
Handsome teenage Bard. Naive and optimistic.
High Concept: Musical Servant turned Slave
Other Aspects: Hopeless Romantic, Relentless Optimism, Musician for the Man
Despite the situation he’s in, he always seems to be in a good mood, looking at the bright side of things. Even when you’d think his spirit should be hopelessly crushed, he seems to bounce back from any hardships.
Much of his optimism comes from the knowledge that he’ll one day be re-united with his true love.
Devin was a common servant for an influential nobleman in London. Unfortunately for Devin, that nobleman had a very attractive young daughter. The two teenagers fell hopelessly in love. When the father found out his daughter was pregnant, it didn’t take him long to find out who the culprit was.
The noble quickly arranged to have his daughter married, but when the couple attempted to elope, the Master sent Devin off to another “house-hold”. In reality, he sold the poor boy to Geoffry Alcott who was bound for the New Country.