A tendency to dabble with machines, quickly learning how to use them, how they function, and fixing them up...or, that's the idea, at leastLikes/Dislikes:
He likes the ladies, easy going people, imaginative adventurers, and the sky. He dislikes broody types, serious sorts, conservative clothing on a woman and anyone who adventures for profit.Kinks/Limits:
Nothing out of the ordinaryPersonality:
Henry is absolutely terrible at censoring himself. He speaks his mind often, though fortunately his mind is often on happy things. He shows no hostility towards others unless they are willing to hurt others for their own gain. He's a lecher, but harmless.Bio:
Henry's father was a mechanic and his mother was a singer. This resulted in a very confused life, where he was torn between entertaining people and making them happy and working with machines. As he grew up, however, he was too foul-mouthed and crude to entertain and he was too clumsy and short of attention span to be a mechanic.
The only thing Henry was good at was getting into trouble. Whether he was out tipping the live stock over or falling into deep unexplored caves, Henry was always up to no good and often enough dragging others along with him. It came to the point that he was kicked from his home, which was fine by him. He wished his parents a good-bye and went off into the wilderness, where he's stumbled upon so many new locations, tried out machines both ancient and new, and even fixed some up (on occasion). He tends to have better luck fixing and repairing weapons, but he'd prefer to avoid that sort of profession as it attracts unsavory sorts.
A few years ago he arrived at Canyon Junction and has been living there since. Mostly trying to figure out where to go from there, he makes some money with bits of tinkering, weapons repair and other such small tasks. It doesn't make much, but pays the bills. It also pays for the occasional brothel visit, though he never has enough to afford the younger, high quality ladies.
(Sorry the sketch is of low quality. I wanted to make this character myself, and my scanner is too old to work with Windows 7. A photo was the least troublesome way to get it onto my computer).