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Detective Biography

Investigative Journalist Joshua pennyworth, New York Times. Case File 84732:

Not much is know about the man named T.A. Worthington.
There are, however, many things that have been dug up over time by many people and from various sources.

A half burnt birth certificate indicates that he was born on a Cold winter's morning in November in Australia.
The year was 1899. It seems His Father left Him when He was young, and even less is known about Him. An almost Illegible crumpled Ticket found in between the seats of a Steam liner ship shows His mother moved him to The States sometime during his childhood. It is unknown which state, but it has been speculated he was raised somewhere in the Midwest. One of His journals That have been found in London indicate that he is an active, intelligent, and youthful Young man who enjoys The outdoors, Hunting, reading, has an intense love for studying archaic and Strange things, that he intended on going to law school and one day find out more about His Father. But according to an old anonymous childhood friend, when The Great War broke out he illegally sneaked His way into the Marines at Sixteen and had somehow managed to partaken in the Gallipoli Campaign alongside many fellow Australians. His Hospital records show that in the Summer of 1916 he was treated in Latvia for shrapnel wounds and made a full recovery. He went A.W.O.L. afterwards and no records of any kind exist from that time till three years later, when He showed up in Chicago and started getting offers from different factions of many kinds; it appears He had acquired a certain variety of special "Skills" During His absence and word had gotten around. Photographic evidence shows He finally took a job offer from the French government to be the personal Bodyguard of George Clemenceau of France during the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. He was given the Légion d'honneur for His Special Service to France, A rather rare thing for a foreigner to receive. During His time in France Eye witnesses Say he had been in touch with Matsui Keishirō The former foreign Ambassador of Japan. There are no obtainable records of what exactly he wanted Worthington's services for but it is rumored He Was to train Prince Saionji Kinmochi's personal Guard. Japanese Imperial Spies had indicted that there were Rumors Circulating in the powerful Asian underworld gang known as The Eastern Triads that there was a rebellion brewing against The Japanese Imperial Government . Former members of The Triads have gone on record saying Worthington had heard That there was information to be found pertaining to His Father and his current whereabouts within the Ranks. He abandoned His Alleged Contract with The Japanese Prince and Joined The Gang in hopes of finding out the true nature of the man who was His Father. Although his current location is unknown it seems He's now tracking His half brother in Hopes of finding more about His Father.

-End Case File 84732-


Order o Socrates:  Fair(3)
Arcanum Brthrhd:  Fair(9)
Cosa Nostra:  Fair(7)
Eastern Triads:  Poor(-3)
Circle of Light:  Poor(-3)
Green Hand:  Fair(8)
The Tea Steepers:  Bad(-10)
Shangri La Tigers:  Good(10)


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Books Collected

The Mysterious Affair at Styles
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
Arthur Conan Doyle

The Adventure of the Empty House
Arthur Conan Doyle

A Scandal in Bohemia
Arthur Conan Doyle

Martin Hewitt, Investigator
Arthur Morrison

The Murders in the Rue Morgue
Edgar Allan Poe

The Art of War
Sun Tzu

The Moonstone
Wilkie Collins