The Good, The Bad, and the Weird
Fancy dresser, Owner/operator of CelesTEAial Gardens
- Something of a dandy; dresses in nice clothing
- Speaks with a British accent
- Some of the local miners speculate that he’s queerer than a snowball in July; the others think he’s just British
Sir Reginald is something of a mystery to the locals of Boonville. He moved to town a few months back on a buckboard with not many belongings. Shortly after his arrival he met with Mayor Charles Wilson to procure a land title, a week later construction began on the CelesTEAial Gardens. He painted the ceiling of his tea house with some form of glowing paint he claims to have bought off a drop-out from the Collegium up north to attract customers and has been in steady business ever since. After his business got off the ground he hired an Irish gal, Deidre, that came through town as his waitress. The local “aristocracy” (if you could call a bunch of prospectors that) prefer his tea house as an alternative to Sally’s down in Miner’s Row.