French WW1 courier
Last Updated: 12-18-2011
Vox Verey was born in July of 1900, in Paris, France. When he turned 14, he was drafted into the Great War, where he served as a bike and aero-plane courier, delivering messages, and war orders to the front lines. He gained a superb record of never failing in a delivery, even if it meant traveling on foot through the trenches. he was a member of a team of expert soldiers and messengers, deliviering only the most vital of information, and going where no other soldier dared. He was dubbed "Daredevil of the Skies" for his daring stunts.
When the Great War ended, he traveled back to Paris, and became a full-time courier, traveling inside the city, and around the country, building a formidible reputation.
Vox's personality is very easy going, energetic, but driven to finish a task. He has a knack for disassembling machinery and using the parts for various knick knacks, and jewelery, that he would then sell for a small profit. He lives alone, but never lets on. His friendly, and assertive attitude gives off the impression of a fulfilled family man. His neck has a small knife scar from a scuffle on the streets of Ardèche.
Vox has an extensive network of clients, ranging from wealthy aristocrats, foreign dignitaries, and even the humble street folk of Paris. No package is too small, no fee too little. Vox has claimed that the smiles of his clients recieving their package is almost enough for him. Almost. A man has to make a living after all.
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