An intellectual of Carderock Pass. He has a great deal of interest in the Crests of the Ancients, mainly for their destructive potential. He is very intelligent and has a kind personality, but his macabre studies and unsettling experiments have made most of the townsfolk wary of his company.
As an intellectual, Bailey loves to find the meaning behind everything that exists. He makes keen observations and draws strange hypotheses that leads to stranger conclusions.
Bailey greatly dislikes May because of her selfishness.
Giving gifts to Bailey increases May's aversion, and likewise, giving gifts to May increases Bailey's aversion. He likes the following gifts:
Do I have any problem? Hmm I wonder what kind of problem I had?
Gossip (+10.00 Aversion)
Trouble with Merchant May? (+2.00 Fondness)
- Ah, so you know too? I wouldn't call it a trouble, but.. you know how Merchant May started practicing singing because she wants to be like Ms. Adelynn? It appears that some ignorant adventurer gave Merchant May a music sheet. Talk about giving harpies extra wings... This is an outrageous thing to do, it's like giving an orc his shield back! Since then, Merchant May keeps singing non stop everyday and night, but that is if you call it singing. (Heraldry Scholar Bailey's face looks pale.) This is a serious problem, what can we do to stop her from singing, oh yes... she sings while cooking too!
Being a loner. (+1.00 Fondness)
Hahaha. I'm not too concerned about that kind of stuff. It's not easy for a diligent scholar to take care of human relationships. Hahahaha.
What have you been reading lately?
(Bailey opens a satchel of books.)
I've been studying quite a few as of late. Mostly scholarly works on crests or warfare, but there might be a few that catch your eye. See anything interesting?
"Principles of Obliteration V.1?" (+1.00 Fondness)
Ah, yes. A classic of unspeakable violence. This first volume details basics of dismemberment, uncontrolled demolition, and widespread mayhem. There's even a fold-out diagram of fatal wounds!
Why would anyone buy a book like this?
Hey! I'll have you know this was the finest birthday present an 8-year-old could ask for. My parents were very supportive of my hobbies and interests. I only hope I can live up to my father's inspiring example. Such a shame the village mobs caught him...