Fictional character

Name: Jonathan Fox

Age: 27

Gender: Male

Race/Ethnicity: Caucasian, American

Profession: Piano player


Personal Traits. Skills, Abilities and Characteristics: Talented piano player, passionate, driven

Biography (ca. 1921):

Jonathan Fox began playing piano at a very young age, and quickly discovered he had a talent for it. After graduating from high school, he spent the better part of his twenties working as a player for various establishments around Rochester. He managed to acquire something of a small fan base, and in December of 1920, he finally got noticed. Jonathan received an invitation to audition for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, a new prestigious orchestra based in Rochester being funded by George Eastman.

Unfortunately, his chance was cut short, as he was caught up in the RPTS Explosion of 1920 on the day before his audition. After being rushed to the hospital with severe injuries, he spent several weeks unconscious. When he woke up, he was informed that he had been paralyzed from the neck down and had many internal injuries. He would likely never play again, and chances were he wouldn't live much longer.

Later, Jonathan was approached by William Tenerly with a special offer: a machine was being built that could transfer a human consciousness into an automaton, and Jonathan could be one of the first ones to help test it. He accepted.

The test was mostly a success, with Jonathan's memories and abilities being transferred properly into the automaton. His personality, however, did not.