Born female, doesn't identify with being a woman or a man. Enjoys making people guess.Orientation:
French dad, Spanish mom - born in England but isn't terribly loyalAllegiance:
A small bag of money, a hammer and nails and other various carpentry tools, caltrops, fiddleWeapons:
A cutlass, a buckler, dagger in bootDescription:
Capu is able to look androgynous with some effort on their part - their face is rather feminine and so while they can pass as male when binding, they still look like a very feminine young boy. They don't exactly hide their biological sex, but rather enjoy making a game out of it and seeing how long they can make people wonder. Their perception of themselves varies often, and as a result Capu is always changing their clothing style and wardrobe to match. It seems like the young person is constantly smiling with a mischievous twinkle in their blue eyes. Their hands are calloused and slightly rough from all the work they do with their hands. Capu is fairly short, standing around 5'4", and playfully makes jokes about their height at their own expense. Personality:
Capu is possibly the nicest pirate you'll ever meet. They'll do anything for a laugh - life is a big joke to them and they cannot abide by dullness or boredom. Nothing is ever half-assed or lazily done with them, and they throw themself into any work or play they do headfirst at full tilt. The almost boundless source of energy is infectious, and they have a way of making people smile. Of course, there's a serious side to them too - they wouldn't have survived on the seas very long if there wasn't. Quick-witted and streetwise, Capu does not let themselves be taken advantage of or mistreated and they stand up for themselves whenever it's deemed necessary.Biography:
Capucine Cervantes was born in England, to a doting couple of mixed heritage. The parents could barely keep up with their rambunctious child - one day she pretended to be a princess stuck in a castle, the next day he wanted to be a sailor in the Navy. It was only a matter of time before Capucine set off onto a ship as an apprentice carpenter, happily spending time on the neutral vessel before being lured in by the call of piracy.Anything else:
About the character's pronouns: since their gender identity changes like the wind, I'll be using different ones to refer to them in different scenes. Your character can refer to them however they like! It's not a big deal.
They love music, and are quite fond of playing their fiddle whenever they can get away with it.
Capu also brought a cat onto the ship - a black tomcat named Ocho who serves as the ship's mouser.