Chancing the 'Verse
Surgeon / Saxophonist
“Well, my daddy left home when I was three and didn’t leave much for ma’ and me. Just an old guitar and an empty bottle of booze. Now, I don’t blame him cuz he ran and hid, but the meanest thing that he ever did was before he left, he went and named me Sue. He must of thought it was a hell of a joke. It got a lot of laughs from lots of folks. It seems I’ve had to fight my whole life through. Some gal would giggle and I’d get red, some guy would laugh and I’d bust his head. Life ain’t easy for a boy named Sue.”
Always being the butt of jokes, growing up was tough for Sue. His father left him when he was young leaving his mother to raise him. He was enrolled in a dojo to learn to better control his anger. While he learned how to control his anger, he does not frequently apply that knowledge. At least not since his mother died. He stuck with the dojo up until university, training his body. Around the age of 12, he encountered a saxophone. For whatever reason, the saxophone sounded more vivid than any instrument he had heard to date. Eventually he obtained one of his own and started to play, seeking that same richness he fondly remembers. During University, Sue befriended several interesting people. The father of one of his friends owned a small ship. Sue was frequently able to go into space with his friends growing to enjoy flying amongst the stars more than being restrained to a planet. Sue finished his schooling to become a licensed surgeon. He now employs his talents in music and surgery for money or transportation across the stars.
Sue stands at 6’ 1" weighing 160 lbs. He has a good sense of hearing but is nearsighted. He always wears the same style of suit with two different color schemes (black and white or blue and yellow). His hair is medium length and wavy.