Leonard Warren-Hopkins, The renowned physician and scientist #59 [Keystone - ENG 1]
Interpretato da: M. R.
Motto: I swear by Apollo the Physician and Aesculepius and Hygeia and Panacea and all the gods and goddesses, making them my witnesses, that I will abstain from all intentional wrong-doing and harm, especially from abusing the bodies of man or woman be they free or enslaved whilst they are living.
Group: Relatives and Servants of the House
Teaser: Leonard Warren-Hopkins, upon introducing himself to a stranger, scarcely cares about their name and circumstantial compliments. But when he shakes hand with those who stand before him, first he notices their eyes, then their skin. He inspects them just like the ancient soothsayers searched the stars. What Leonard senses are the fibrous muscles underneath the epidermis, stretching and relaxing at the hand's grip. He feels the pulse and envisages how blood vessels pump life into that hand. In his mind he weaves the tangle of nerves connecting the fingers to the palm. Like an architect, Leonard traces the scaffolding of bones with his eyes. Only then does his attention rest on the person's name. He has a scientific passion out of the ordinary, as well as an innate and brilliant intelligence, and that rare gift that is the pernicious habit of never taking anything for granted nor leaving anything untried. An enthusiastic pioneer of new techniques, for him medical art ought to have no boundaries that morality or even God are used to impose. Where does the soul hide? Where does the principle of pain lie? These, and many other questions, crowd together like clouds around the sun of his intellect, while he puts on his white coat - that others take pains making pristine again, after his experiments - absorbed in sectioning bodies with the same care he devotes to leafing through ancient books. Yet the answer he dredges up is always the same: every discovery is never innocent.
Relations: He often and animatedly argues with Miss Margaret Alice Murray. Miriam Alexandrine de Rothschild surprised him amiably chatting with him about modern medicine, odd knowledge for a woman. He visited William Monck and is very interested in the ailments he suffers from. He despises Arthur Conan Doyle's literary ambitions. He has often asked for Fanny Andrews' services for his own experiments.
Leonard met Katharine Douglas Scott while examining her father, who is seriously ill: he remembers her as a rich and refined noblewoman.
Upstairs or Downstairs: Upstairs - Group: Relatives and Servants of the House - Nationality: British - Gender: Male - Player's Age: Any age - Advices: He is a character focused on exploring his own shadows, who will have to deal with difficult choices. He will receive some guidelines from the staff.
Altri membri del gruppo: Relatives and Servants of the House Gabriel Wooster (31 ) interpretato da Daniele C; Jean-Pierre Guillot Savarin (5 ) interpretato da Filippo S; Saverio Francesco Vegezzi (30 ) interpretato da Elio D; Lord Oliver Maxwell Scarborough (32 ) interpretato da Fabio C; Volker Beckmann (22 ) interpretato da Matteo T; Fanny Andrews (29 ) interpretato da Angelica Z; Emilio Fiori (13 ) interpretato da Kol F; Lord Henry Scarborough - Talbot (55 ) interpretato da Stephen D; Elizabeth Rush (8 ) interpretato da Serena B; Derrick Gravehound (6 ) interpretato da Umberto F; Claretta Benvenuti (19 ) interpretato da Lea M; Tracy Conner (7 ) interpretato da Emmanuelle J; Hector Schmitz (1 ) interpretato da Dario Luigi Aldo U; Margaret Alice Murray (42 ) interpretato da Tanya I; Giovanni De Simone (23 ) interpretato da Mattia T; Lily Fisher (25 ) interpretato da Kim E; Lady Violet Scarborough (56 ) ancora in cerca di interprete ;