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Henry Campbell

Name Henry Campbell

Position Passenger


Character Information

Gender Male
Place of Birth Sweethome
Age 27

Physical Appearance

Height 5' 10"
Weight 178 lbs
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown

Family

Spouse None
Children None
Father George Campbell
Mother Henrietta

Personality & Traits

General Overview In a rough and sometimes violent 'verse, Henry is both gentle and civilized. He has a good head for business, an eye for details, and a talent with numbers. He understands people and is the sort who is able to get along with just about anyone. He's not afraid to stand up for what he believes in.
Strengths & Weaknesses Strengths:
- Excellent business sense
- Good with people -- both managing and understanding
- Kind and gentle soul, civilized

Weaknesses:
- Lost the love of his life in Serenity Valley. Doesn't have it in him to love like that again
- Not prone to violence. He'll stand up for what's right and knows the basics when it comes to weapons but he's no fighter

Personal History Henry is a warm quiet soul. He gives the impression that he is older than his years in the way he carries himself. Much of that carriage comes from losing the woman he loved near the end of the war at the Battle of Serenity Valley.

Henry is the son of George Campbell, a merchant on Sweethome who has an established presence in the town nearest the Weysmiths. George often delivered materials and when Addy was young, he would bring her books. Sometimes his son, Henry, came with him for deliveries. He was always kind, soft spoken, and while the two were cordial, they did not get to know each other until just after the war.

As Addy is trying to convince herself that Poe is gone–dead or not remembering her which is just as bad–Henry is grieving the loss of Corrine who had enlisted with the Browncoats late in the war. The two bond over mutual loss and begin to spend time together at first because they simply need someone who understands their grief.

They comfort each other and in moments of weakness their relationship turns romantic. They rationalize this as moving on, but in reality they are both seeing ghosts. Addy is not Corrine and Henry is not Poe and both are dissatisfied.

Their relationship is brief, only a few months, culminating in the loss of Addy's virginity. Afterwards, regretting the choice, Henry tells her that he can't compete with her memory of Quinn and that if she ever does come to terms with things to look him up. But he needs to move on and make a life knowing Corrine is dead.

They break up and don't see each other for a long time. The only other encounters they have is the time to time visits of George to the farm with supplies (with Henry along) until she runs into him on Persephone.