The Ambassador's Son (Posthumous Influence, Ignis)
Percy, Lord Olivier
Percival Richard Olivier
- Occasionally suffers shortness of breath and chest pain due to unsafe binding early in his transition, though he realized his mistake and found a way to bind safely. His breathing can still be effected on days of rigorous training, however.
- Slightly nearsighted. Not enough for him to be very impaired by it, but when at meetings or not active, he wears a pair of rectangular glasses.
- Scars on his chest from top surgery, which he is very protective of. Not really an identifying mark since they aren't seen, but I wanted to make note of them
Average height (on the shorter end), some muscle
Around shoulder length, always tied back.
Swordfighting, is quite athletic in general. Good sense of humor, and fond of telling jokes that mostly land.
To prove himself to the rest of the kingdom, and to excel.
Stubborn, self-centered, reckless, often acts first and thinks later. Tends to overexert himself.
Against the fae
Swordfighting and other combat practices. Also reads a decent amount, and is trying to read up on stars in particular.
Percy is dynamic and always moving, often talking a mile a minute and without thinking. Stubborn and goal-oriented, Percy often clashes with the similarly minded, though he really does love her. Fiercely loyal, Percy will often jump headfirst into trouble for those he loves. He attempts to go above and beyond when proving himself to others (something he often feels he needs to do in order to gain respect), which usually leads to injury, though sometimes success. Fun-loving and playful, he values his friends more than anything and wants to keep them safe and happy.
The only child of Richard and Eliza Olivier, Percy was more or less raised at the palace. He befriended the astronomer's daughterand the cartographer's nephew while there, and the three of them became near inseparable. Percy came out as transgender at around 11, to acceptance from both his friends and family. He began his training for the king's army at fourteen, where he proved himself as one of the most resilient soldiers, if not necessarily the most gifted. He partakes in the expedition to the woods alongside Aristotle Jacques, though the two of them are split up before the massacre. He plays a large part in the rescue of and in putting on the throne, and the three of them would be close friends for the rest of their lives.
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