Rose Montgomery

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    Standing at 5 foot 7, Rose is slender yet has curves in all the right places. Her dark hair is lovely in contrast to her pale skin and piercing blue eyes. Although she can clean up nicely, she loves how progressive that New Alexandria is and prefers pants to skirts or dresses. Her voice has a sweet southern twang, she swears and drinks like a sailor, but once she sings you will understand why people get captivated by Red Rose....

    Early Life 



    Rose was born in South Carolina. Rose had always dreamed of a more lavish life. She used to get in trouble for sneaking into the few mansions around her as a girl by dressing up as a boy. The glamor and lavish parties always excited her even from a young age. Though thankfully her beauty and wit stopped the mansion owners from pursuing anything from local deputies. She never stole, she just loved to...explore.

    Outside of her defiance, Rose had a very simple childhood and quickly fell for another local farm boy named James Robinson. You could easily say that the two were childhood sweethearts, and when James left to pursue gold mining with big dreams and promises, poor Rose's heart was broken. What Rose didn't know, is that James did "strike gold" but not from mining. James came back to South Carolina a few years later and told Rose of the good news. Rose had been waiting for him the entire time, and she was excited to hear of a lavish lifestyle coming her way. The two decided to open an inn together and got married within the year. It wasn't a mansion, but it made Rose feel accomplished to have something for herself and to have the life she wanted with her lover.

    Rose quickly learned that her husband was a filthy outlaw criminal and his posse was doing heists and robberies, while by day they "fronted" as owning one of the best inns in South Carolina. Everything seemed fine, until Rose learned that her husband was cheating on her. She followed him one night and caught James with a recently widowed friend of hers named Delilah. Shortly after this, Rose used her knowledge of tea making to extract revenge. A few nights later James was found dead in his sleep. A few months passed and Rose sold the inn they owned together quickly. Decided to head to the one place James always talked about, but would never take her to. Saint Denis. The highwaymen that James had worked with agreed to escort Rose. Decided they may settle in Saint Denis themselves to pursue being outlaws so it was the perfect fit. As they started their journey the boys taught Rose the key tips for survival. And it was strange, for as they traveled together... one by one... the highwaymen died. Was it the cold? Or was it revenge? Some of Roses' best secrets lie in her head, and even in her tea....

    Present Life 



    Now Rose has been settled into New Alexandria for some time. She quickly learned about the chaos that can ensue but she does her best to stay out of trouble. Within just a few weeks of being in Lemoyne she met her current husband Charles Montgomery. It didn't take long for the two to fall in love and they were married in December, only a few short months after James death and selling her inn to come here. At first Charles was an outlaw and Rose wanted her hand in criminal activities. They were one of the best underground moonshiners that New Alexandria had to offer, but at first the marriage was rather simple. Rose owned her own tea business and is known for her lovely singing voice. It didn't take long for the citizens of New Alexandria to notice and when Sasha Stroganov heard her vocal talents, he contracted her to the Molotov Ravens. Although now she books herself independently as her relationship with the Molotov's has fallen off.

    These days Rose can being an outlaw with her husband Charles as well as various performances when money is tight. They are still dealing with the aftermath of the Dapper Flats, George Bennett, The Krays, The Jackdaws and the Freemans. If they do manage to have down time, Charles and Rose still travel frequently within New Alexandria. They both enjoy fishing, camping, drinking legally and illegally, and dropping peyote. The sky is the limit, and Rose does her best not to let anything get in her way of what she wants. She's slowly starting to learn that those that she originally trusted are not the people they claimed to be. She also is realizing that she may not be the person she thought she was either.

    Affiliations 



    Former Performer with the Molotov Ravens
    Former Member of the Dapper Flats
    Prospect of The Jackdaws

    Quotes 



    "Allegedly."
    "Charles!"
    "There are about a dozen roses in the state. I'm the best one"

    Trivia 



    • Rose Killed her ex-husband James Robinson, as well as those accompanying her to New Alexandria.
    • Rose is scared of the dark, so at night she rides with a lantern
    • Rose has a bad temper that most won't see unless she is provoked or someone she loves is in danger or is hurt.
    • The LeMat Pistol that Rose carries was her first husbands. You'd do best to avoid taking it from her.
    • Rose was the last non-Freeman to see George Bennett alive

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    Information


    Status:

    Alive

    Gender:

    Female

    Age

    30

    Height

    5' 7"

    Weight:

    130 lbs

    Birthdate:

    June 25th, 1867

    Birthplace:

    South Carolina

    Nationality:

    White - Polish/Irish decent

    Marital Status:

    Married

    Relatives:

    Charles Montgomery - Husband
    Nathan Montgomery - Son
    John Brady - Father
    Margaret Brady - Mother

    Occupation:

    Performer, Tea Maker, Farmer, Beloved Outlaw

    Aliases:

    Red Rose

    Faction Affiliations:


    Former Performer with the Molotov Ravens
    Former Member of the Dapper Flats
    Former Member of The Jackdaws
    Current Member of the Montgomery's