Leo Vaughan, The polished servant #14 [Keystone - ENG 1]
Interpretato da: Y. T.
Motto: Savoir faire is the best master key that exists. Many more doors have been opened by a smile, a compliment or a perfect bow than have been opened with the sword.
Group: Servants of the Guests
Teaser: A classy, educated and discreet servant is as rare to find as a purebred horse and, therefore, his value is also equivalent. In high society, among the people that counts, one is always looking for a valet who is more than a well-dressed peasant, someone able to move gracefully among the parlors, able to entertain the guest in conversation as well as become invisible when the situation requires it. And just like with a thoroughbred horse, whose healthy teeth, brightness of coat and constancy of step are evaluated, Leo Vaughan has been carefully examined too, first by the banker who with a keen eye enjoyed the pleasure of having made yet another good deal, and then by the usual guests of the Rubenstein house. Everyone seemed to agree that he was a fine specimen of that rare race: the servant of times gone by, so elegant, impeccable and pleasant that he is able to bring the titled and bourgeois of the new era together. Alongside his Master, he moves with silent steps past the rich golden plasterwork adorning the ballrooms; proud and attentive, he observes the beautiful world shining before his eyes, always quiet and attentive. Those eyes seem to observe everything, but show a depth that is difficult to probe and unveil; is it a secret delight that is seen in their enigmatic gaze or is it silent disapproval? Nothing seems casual in the carefully studied gestures and manners of this peculiar man. Only God knows what his path is and what lies behind his neat waistcoat
Relations: Servant of the famous banker Alphonse Raimbaud Rubenstein. Paul Torregrosa just met him, but has immediately shown admiration for him. One evening at a soiree, to which he escorted his master, he rescued the famous Charlotte Cotillard, who had fainted from a heatstroke. The house butler, Derrick Gravehound, is looking for a reason to criticize him, the Chef Jean-Pierre Guillot Savarin often asks him, where he is from and what his references are. He has been particularly kind to Christobel Gaulden, but she seems annoyed by this behaviour. He has also exchanged a few words with the Roman scion Giovan Battista Borghese when he visited his master.
Upstairs or Downstairs: Downstairs - Group: Servants of the Guests - Nationality: French - Gender: Male - Player's Age: Any age - Advices: Eclectic character, with many secrets, which may be his strength or his limit.
Altri membri del gruppo: Servants of the Guests William Monck (20 ) interpretato da Gianmaria G; Lena Reinhart (28 ) interpretato da MICHELA M; Alfred Hanson (15 ) interpretato da Miroslav W; Arjuna Ghalib (16 ) interpretato da Gabriella A; Nathan Goodwill (21 ) interpretato da Matija M; Morgan Camden (26 ) interpretato da Maria Grazia C; Marco Sartori (24 ) interpretato da Sterre v; Jacques Palanche (10 ) interpretato da Elio B; Eileen Walsh (4 ) interpretato da Sarah Caterina B; Candide Artoise (9 ) interpretato da Margherita M; Bernard Russell (2 ) interpretato da Andrea G; Katrina Schneider (3 ) interpretato da Anni T; Christabel Goulden (11 ) interpretato da Hanna L; Edmond Roncourt (18 ) interpretato da Arnaud T; Scarlett Owen (17 ) interpretato da Bérénice M; Judith Price (27 ) interpretato da Maria M; Abigail Kelly (12 ) interpretato da Hanna O;