Henry Waters

Loyal manservant


Domitor: Edward and Vera Vignes
Nature: Visionary
Demeanor: Conformist
Actual Age: 137 (born 1862)
Apparent Age: Early 30s
Physical: Strength 3, Dexterity 3, Stamina 3
Social: Charisma 3, Manipulation 2, Appearance 5
Mental: Perception 2, Intelligence 2, Wits 2
Talents: Acting 2, Athletics 4, Brawl 3, Subterfuge 2
Skills: Drive 3, Etiquette 4, Repair 3
Knowledges: Computer 2, Finance 1
Disciplines: Fortitude 3
Backgrounds: Domitor 1, Mentor 2, Resources 2
Virtues: Conscience 3, Self-Control 3, Courage 3
Humanity: 8
Willpower: 5


When Henry was a lad, he was apprenticed to his father‘s trade—butler. Of course, in the 1890s this was a noble profession, and Henry’s family had been in the business of serving others for centuries. Henry regarded himself as quite the fortunate lad when his employer informed him that they were going to America for business. What an adventure that would be! Little did Henry realize that he would never seen the shores of his native England again—at least not as a mortal creature. Shortly after arriving in Boston, Henry’s employer was stricken with influenza and died, leaving the young man with no provision for returning home. But Henry had his training, and he quickly posted his availability with an agency whose sole task was finding valets for the wealthy.

Henry thought it a little strange that a potential employer would want to interview him in the evening rather than the morning, but Americans did everything peculiarly, and he needed a job. Armed with a small white card bearing quite a respectable address, he presented himself at the door of the Vignes’ home and was greeted by the master himself. Mr. Vignes invited Henry in and, having reviewed his credentials, explained that while he found Henry eminently suitable, there were one or two rather unusual aspects to the job…

Henry Waters

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