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Westley Redgrave

Head Sculpt:
  • Face-up artist(s):
    Me (Shrike Aesthetics)
    Second hand from facebook group
    Reason for choice:
    I love his slight grin and his long nose
    Best Points:
    Pretty much everything other than whats mentioned below.
    Worst Points:
    Deep set eyes
  • Name story:
    I love the princess bride
    Character gender:
    Offsite roleplay:
    This doll's character is not available for offsite roleplay.
    Name: Westley Redgrave

    D.O.B/Age: 29. June 29th (Leo)

    Occupation: Bank Owner

    Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual

    Relationship Status: Married to Wren Redgrave (formerly Lovett)


    Likes: Fine dining, Art, Music, Causing Fear

    Dislikes: Chauvinists, Processed Food, Late nights at the office

    Westley was born into a family of wealth and opulence. He is the only heir to the Redgrave name, or at least the only legitimate one. His father was a womanizer and often took advantage of the female staff, however if any children came about from his philandering ways, it is unknown to Westley. Westley was always his mother’s child up until her suspicious death, after which he grew even more distasteful and distant from his father.

    One evening Westley witnessed firsthand the effect of his father’s actions. His nanny was weeping, and Westley was just a child, but he was old enough to realize what had occurred was wrong. He held her as she cried, and he vowed to become a different man than his father. He would treat women with respect, love, and understanding. He would never belittle them or take advantage of them in any way.

    Years later Mister Redgrave died. Rumor has it there was foul play involved, but nothing has ever been proved. In fact there were no arrests made or even an autopsy requested by the Redgrave family. During this same time Wren Lovett’s intended Haytham Harcourt also disappeared from upper Polaris without a trace, some people say that he eloped and was disowned for it. It seems as though it was all for the best as Westley was free to marry his childhood sweetheart, Wren.

    Unfortunately no good deed goes unpunished. Mr. Lovett suffered an accident in which he died and Wren his only daughter lost her sight. Westley employed several doctors to search for a medicine or a cure for her eyes, yet there was no results. Until one day a scientist came forward, requesting funding for some experimental research. It would take a few years, but if successful, the regenerative properties they were developing would be able to heal much more than just Wren’s eyes. All Westley had to do was sign on the dotted line, and of course fund a portion of Project Deimos.


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