Perspective character

Name: David Tennant
Age: 40
David Tennant.jpg
Gender: Male
Race/Ethnicity: Caucasian
Profession: Tinker
Home Location: Rochester, NY
Memberships/Factions: New Steam Society
Married to Elizabeth Price,
Brother of Donna Tennant Noble,
Associate of George MacAuley,
Associate of Theodore Meyer
Associate of Joseph King
Disposition: Generally calm, rarely has moral dilemma when selling weapons to potential criminals
High concept: Inventions for personal use in possibles illegal actives
Special skills/abilities:
Crafting/ Engineering +3
Firearms/Small weapons +2
Perception/Awareness +2
Burglary/Thieving/Pickpocketing +1
Contacts/Connections +1
Strength/Speed +1
Notable flaws/weaknesses: Insecurity about being recognized for his work
Memberships/Factions/Affiliations: New Steam Society, Progressives, Criminal,
Basic appearance description (daily, avg): Glasses, Suit and tie

Short-term motivation
Medium-term motivation
Long-term motivation
Invent devices that can get him out of troubling situations
Make inventions that can be patented
To be considered the greatest inventor of the 20th Century


Background (family, education, important life events)
David was born on June 9, 1880 and grew up in a respectful, middle class household in London, England with his mother, father, sister Donna (Donna Tennant Noble), and uncle. David would build his own toys from spare parts he found and even made a mechanically automobile at the age of 9. After, the death of his mother in 1890 and the disappearance of his father in 1894, his Uncle Christopher stepped in to take care of him and his sister. In 1896, they left for the United States after David's old brother was killed in a riot. David's uncle knew people in Rochester, New York where they arrived and prospered for several years. David and his sister Donna were able to get an education in engineering and nursing (respectively) and began careers in 1902.

In 1903, David met Elizabeth Price. They married in 1905 and went on to have 2 sons. Soon after the wedding, David's uncle died at the age 65 leaving David and Donna to rely on the lives they had made for themselves. David started work in a tinkering shop in 1910 and has done work for private contractors.

Current Biography (ca. 1921):
David Tennant presently is operating a tinkering shop that he has owned and operated for the last 11 years. He has built engines for car, boats, even airplanes, and some motorized bicycles. He previously looked for any kind of work whether it is repairing or building. With the reputation as a very reliable engineer, however, he has become more selective of his customers. While it may seem random, the more he is paid, the more likely he will accept it. He is a capitalist through and true, money is what drives him and the work is something he enjoys.

He has a wife and 2 children, Matthew and Samuel, living in Rochester, New York.

After his arrest in April of 1921, David spent 2 years in Rochester's minimum security prison. He promised his family and himself to stay clear of any involvement in criminal activity. Upon release, David made a contract with the Rochester Police Department to arm them with his customary sleeve guns which aided his new reputation.

Some his inventions were noticed by military personal and his skill was quickly recognized and recruited. He advanced the way warfare was fought with innovative weaponry and in 1943, he was brought in on a top secret government plan called the Manhattan Project. He aided heavily in the project's completion finishing the first atomic bomb in 1944.

With his criminal background, David was later hired as government consultant on criminal activity.

After the Second World War, David also helped innovate a standard kitchen unit that was comprised of a multi-stove top on a brand new conventional oven with the help of his older son, Matthew, in 1951. His younger son, Samuel, went on to become a business man in New York City, with occasion trips back to Rochester.

David’s wife, Elizabeth, continued her career as a nurse and retired in 1965 at the age of 83. David wanted to work for as long as he could and continue to make the world a better place. He finally retired in June of 1970 at the age of 90, but continued to over watch the operations of his legacy in the Tennant Factory.

David Tennant died on January 15, 1980 at the exceptional old age of 99, 3 months after the birth of his first great-grandchild.
David lived a full life, leaving behind not only a fortune to support his family, but a legacy that would not be forgotten.