Name: Sam Macdougal (Goes by Mayo)
Crew Position: Loader
Personal History: A rebel rouser from Northern Ireland. Fond of singing and shooting. Parents were murdered by an English aristocrat who got off scot-free. Known to have served in the French Foreign Legion before deserting and changing his name and burning the repository where his records were kept. His brother was killed in a bar fight, and his betrothed was taken by TB. Brags to be a ‘perpetrator of all crimes, singer of all songs, and hater of all English’. A drinker, smoker, and gambler. Carries two unmarked books, one of which is sewn shut by a piece of cloth. He signed on with the army as a means to escape the FFL, counting service to England only a slightly better option than imprisonment. He is jaded, but secretly a gentleman.
Description: Broad, square frame. Constant expression of thinly masked rage. Brown unkept hair. Sunburned skin. A white shirt that hides hundreds of scars all over his body. He is proud, however, to have suffered no marks on his face. Twenty-one tallies are tattooed on his right wrist. He has an aversion to wearing jackets as his brother was strangled to death by his own jacket in a bar fight. He wears his brother’s blue workman’s hat, his betrothed’s bloodstained scarf, and boots with trousers and suspenders from the FFL. Pockets are full of pistols, knives, whiskey, tobacco, and a card deck.
Personality traits: Brazen, yet cold. Uses bluster as a wall to hide his deep, dark thoughts. Secretly still believes there is good in the world, but also believes he will never find it. He gains much joy in seeing his own pain in the hearts of others.