Tracy Conner, The attentive eye #7 [Keystone - ENG 1]
Interpretato da: E. J.
Motto: Knowing how to listen means possessing, besides one's own, the brain of others.
Group: Relatives and Servants of the House
Teaser: Tracy has been in service at Scarborough House for some years now and has gotten to know very peculiar people and so many curious stories. Stories so curious that they could very well be in those books that Tracy reads greedily every night, head bent over the pages, having to apologize for keeping the lamp lit till late hours. One can barely imagine what secrets one stumbles upon, leaning in to stir the embers in the marble fireplaces of the lords and ladies. They seem to believe that servants have no ears nor eyes. But Tracy has good sight and hearing, as well as the memory and skill to tell stories. And yet there is, in Tracy's reports of small news, such a sharpness, such a transparent candor, that naming it gossip seems very out of place. Indeed, Tracy resembles a pool of transparent water that reflects everything around it, or one of those nocturnal flowers that collects the warmth of the sun by day and pours it out into the night, transforming it into a warm scent. Some parts of a person are powerful, innate, unavoidable gifts of fate like the stature of one's frame or the color of one's eyes. Tracy is so very shy and awkward, but those who have the luck and the patience to hear the words past that shyness will find an intelligence that is out of the ordinary and many more answers than they thought possible.
Relations: Tracy shows deep admiration for Lady Violet Scarborough, while serving the rest of the family with shy detachment. Elizabeth Rush never misses an opportunity to accuse Tracy of spreading gossip. Lily Fisher is a close confidant. Leonard Warren-Hopkins is singularly kind. Tracy only recently met Marco Sartori, but they are already very attuned to each other. It seems that the butler, Derrick Gravehound always approaches Tracy with a certain diffidence. In a past visit, Arthur Conan Doyle stopped for a conversation, intrigued by the personality in front of him.
Upstairs or Downstairs: Downstairs - Group: Relatives and Servants of the House - Nationality: British - Gender: Unisex - Player's Age: Any age - Advices: A socially inept character, who will have to deal with an innate shyness. Suitable for those who like to observe, investigate and put together the ''pieces of the puzzle''.
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; Leonard Warren-Hopkins (59 ) interpretato da Marik R; 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 ;