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"Gentleman" George Ramsey

The brains, the brass, and the class behind the whole Lucky Sevens operation

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a character in “The Ballad of Fort Trinity”, as played by Jag

Description

George Ramsey's nickname was earned not only by his personality, but also his appearance. Seldom is the man seen out of sorts or not finely dressed with a strong preference for a black jacket and bolo tie covering a red vest and white dress shirt. Ramsey's build is slender with his methods of persuasion and intimidation coming from his money, power and tactics rather than raw physical strength or brute force. His appearance and general posture carries an era of sophistication and culture that defies his frontier surroundings.

Personality

Eloquent and cultured, "Gentleman" George Ramsey is an unapologetic and smoother operator with the ability to calm the fears of a man just before burying the bastard child of a six-iron directly in the poor boy's chest. His intelligence and charisma are undeniable within seconds of a conversation, making it a simple task to understand how a man of his means would be able to carve out a small empire on the frontier and inspire the best traits of loyalty in the worst of the men following him.

Ramsey enjoys the finer things in life -- brandy, brunettes and betting. Whether it be a trusted confidant or a man Ramsey has already condemned to die, the person across the table is often invited to a drink and a touch of sophisticated conversation.

It would probably be easier to hate the man for his cruel tactics if he weren't so damn likable.

History

Not much is known of Ramsey's past before he bought out the old Trailway Hotel and transformed it into the Lucky Sevens Casino. What is known is that the man rolled into town with the money, the men, and the methods to make sure that nothing stood in his way in building an empire. There was no price that couldn't be paid for loyalty of those under his or to be appeased by those that would otherwise oppose him. Although a perfectly upstanding gentlemen in the public eyes, most everyone knew that the price didn't matter much to him whether it was in blood or greenbacks.

With the strength and irons of the Lucky Sevens "gang" at his disposal, Ramsey doesn't have to get his hands dirty too often, but it's understood that the man in the corner table or on the top floor of the casino is someone to whom you pay respect and never, ever cross.

So begins...

"Gentleman" George Ramsey's Story