Vicount Charles Broun-RamsayWIGU:
Charles is the epitome of a young English gentlemen. Unfortunately for everyone else that's a young English gentleman from 1850 and, as such, comes with a heavy dose of elitism, arrogance, smugness, casual racism, sense of his own superiority and emphasis on standing and being of noble birth. Moreover it's the epitome of a young English gentleman who's never actually been to England, instead having been born and raised in the then East India Company controlled India, and who even before he came through the portal to Shadowfist was a soldier and a killer.
Don't let that entirely put you off though. Charles can be a real charmer when he wishes, is fiercely loyal to his friends, is riotously (somewhat literally) good company when the drink starts to flow, has a deep intellectual streak and you'll find few better with either a sabre or a pistol... and certainly very few better with both. Yes, he may be the sort of upper class bad boy cad
who populate Jilly Cooper novels
... but there's a reason such bad boy cads have proven popular.
Now well established (and still alive) at Shadowfist High Charles is the leader of "The Harlequins", an unofficial drinking/social society that are seen as the "jocks" of Shadowfist. They form their own social elite (with Charles at the top of the mountain), throw the best parties, know all the best people and have the influence to make life either miserable or far easier for those who catch their attention. In a high school where every other pupil is some form of elite killer or athlete the traditional "jock" focus on athleticism is of less importance and instead just as much attention is paid to being socially and culturally proficient in areas that have absolutely no relevance to day to day life... if you want to become a 'quin you'd better know your Timocreon from your Archilochus and be able to explain the differences between Herodotus, Thucydides, Plutarch and Xenophon.