The Gentleman, Gene Kirby

Privateer. Prophet. Scallywag.

“Some pirates achieved immortality by great deeds of cruelty or derring-do. Some achieved immortality by amassing great wealth. But the captain had long ago decided that he would, on the whole, prefer to achieve immortality by not dying."
~ Terry Pratchett

His teeth are sparkling white, his hair and goatee immaculately greased, and his eyes the color of seafoam glinting in the morning sun. He stands just over six foot, and his legs are bowed like a true sailors; though his pants are a touch too tight, and a touch too embellished to be anything but custom tailored. His shirt hangs open loosely over his chest—a half-inked Jolly Roger grinning from beneath it. Over top of it all, a gentleman’s wasitcoat—once a bright and vibrant blue, now bleached and dulled by the sun and surf. The coat is entirely too courtly to be plausible for such a salt—and it clinks slightly as he walks: armor sewn into the lining. Around his neck, a bone effigy (once again the Jolly Roger) clatters as he swaggers. Slung haughtily off his hip, a well-abused sabre hangs in an ostentatiously well-oiled leather belt (worth considerably more than the sword it caries). His boots are high, his manner confident, and his voice the smooth drawl of an Andoran.


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The Gentleman, Gene Kirby

Skull & Shackles 10th_King Cunningdrome