Waiter in the “Lounge”Personality:
Clyde is normally a quiet, thinking type, that is until the stage is set and he becomes whomever he needs to be. Clyde was dubbed “The Chameleon” due to his constant fluctuating styles and dispositions. He is very intelligent, and this can lead to some very handy tricks of the trade (He is secretive, manipulative in the best possible way, and has a knack for interpreting people’s intentions). Micro expressions and signs of deceit, discomfort and distress come naturally to him and he has used this to help the Casino on several occasions. He started in the casino, but ended up getting too much attention as a black jack dealer, so Johnny approached him about being a waiter in the back. He has always made it a point to take himself wherever the wind leads him, as his mother would talk of following the adventure that only he could create on his own, so he decided to try it out. He has only been working for a few weeks in the Lounge, but has been at the Blood Money Casino for a little over 6 months. History:
He has an IQ of 158, though he refuses to go to Yale as his high end executive of a father pressured him towards. Instead, he dropped the multi-million dollar allowance, and became a wanderer. He would pick up waiting jobs here and manual labor jobs there, until he stumbled across the beautiful enchantress Vivain.Description:
He is flawless, 6'3', 180lbs of pure muscle, and blue eyes surrounded my lux brown curls.Likes:
Knowing how people and things around him work. He is curious to an extreme fault, asking questions of many varieties, whether appropriate or not. He loves beauty, art, music, and philosophy, though he rarely discusses it because he doesn’t want to be seen as overly intelligent; he just wants to be normal.Dislikes:
Filth, offensive smells, confusion, being denied an answer to a question that he feels he needs
He may have a slight crush on a another employee that he sees often, but he would never hint at it, as he is very shy and unsure about the first move. He doesn’t worry about rejection as much as his secret being out.