I'm still trying to track down a picture. In the meantime: Eddie is about 5'3", slender and slight, but wiry and having some muscles, a bit stronger than he looks. His face is smooth with a sprinkling of freckles, and a (rather serious looking) scar on his neck, which he keeps covered with a bandana. His eyes are light brown, clear and vibrant, and his hair is a sandy blonde and cut short out of his face. He wears a button shirt, leather vest, jeans and when he intends to be riding, chaps and spurs. Name:
"Edward" (Brigit Lefevre)Nickname:
Eddie, Ed, "Slick"Gender:
Trasn-man (biological woman)Age:
22 (looks like he's about 16 since he can't grow facial hair)Sexuality:
Primarily gynosexual (attracted to women), mildly bisexualOccupation:
Gambler, Drifter (he picks up odd jobs when he stays in a town), also has some metal smithing experience.Home:
Eddie is from out of town. He drifted in a few weeks ago and is making himself at home in the area, at least temporarily. He does not talk about his life before he blew into town, and anyone asking about it will be met with a gruff 'none of your damned business'.Weapons:
1877 Colt Thunderer .41cal, 1873 Winchester rifleDraw Speed:
0.5 seconds (for the colt)Accuracy:
30 yards aimed (colt), 7 yards drawn
100 yards rifleEquipment:
hunting knife, hip flash (full of bourbon or whiskey), cigar case, sulphur matches. In his saddle bags he has an assortment of clothes, camping supplies, rope, and such.Horse:
5-year old bay gelding he calls 'Philippe'Likes:
cigars, gambling, saloon girls, bourbon, getting drunk, fightingDislikes:
When people call him a girl, cheaters, sore losers, liarsFears:
Someone finding out he was born a woman, being cornered, "going home".Goals:
None in particular. He's having fun right now. He intends to perhaps head further west.Personality:
Eddie smokes like a train and drinks like a fish, it's rare to see him without a cigar in his mouth or a glass in his hand. He gambles all the time and is usually able to use his apparent youth to his advantage, able to bluff people by way of pretending he doesn't know what he's doing. Even if he can't bluff them, however, he's pretty skilled, and his poker prowess is funding his traveling.
He cusses a blue streak and his voice is a bit rough from smoking, but sounds like a typical teenager's voice. He has a bit of a lewd personality and he frequently hits on saloon girls. Most of them seem to find it amusing because he looks so young, but he does occasionally offend them and get a slap to the face. He's usually not deterred however.
He can be a nice, fun guy to be around unless you piss him off, in which case the fists will start flying. He's small, but he's scrappy and his lack of strength is made up for with his spirit. He brushes off injuries pretty quickly as long as they're not too serious, and even if they ARE serious, he tends to try and insist he's fine (even if he clearly isn't). He refuses to see doctors, period. If he's conscious he will fight it.
Though he has a thing for prostitutes, said prostitutes may be a bit confused as to why he doesn't undress. He always keeps his shirt and pants on, and never has anything resembling 'conventional' sex with them. He's pretty talented with his hands and mouth however, and is probably well-liked among them for this reason.
Of course, being a biological woman is the reason for this. His body is not especially feminine, being fairly boyish, with small hips and small shoulders, and his small breasts are always flattened down with a roll of bandages. History:
Eddie does not talk about his past beyond a couple of years ago. As such, he never tells anyone where he is from, why he's on the road, or even his last name. The furthest back he goes is maybe three years, when he mentions having gotten mugged "back home". He doesn't go into detail, but says he 'took care of it'.
The only real clue about his past is the fact that he seems to speak some French. He's not fluent, and he doesn't have a French accent, but he gets by, and his cursing is sprinkled with words like "merde" and "fils de pute", and his horse had the distinctly French name of 'Philippe'.