Eliot is the Cargo Manager for the Horizon's Key plot.
|William Howard Harrison|
|Identiying Mark(s):||Left Bicep- Gearwheel Tattoo|
|Occupation||Cargo Foreman, Medic, Engineer|
|Current Placement||The Horizon's Key|
|Theme Song||Cliffs of Dover/Eric Johnson|
|Voice Clip||Guy at 1:16|
Mother: Anna Steele
Father: Tobias Steele
Sister: Anna Steele II
Half-Brother: Jefferson Lee Roberts
Steele is a bright person, always willing to make friends and work for the betterment of the group dynamic. However, he can become cynical and remorseless at times.
Likes: His job, his friends, airbikes, anything that can go above 200 mph.
Dislikes: Slow drivers, messing up, government in general.
Goals: Do his job and not screw up. Simple enough.
Elwood was born on Delsauria to a freighter pilot and a stay-at-home mom. He has lived a relatively normal life, eventually moving from Delsauria to Pisces Station to better manage the loading and unloading of cargo.
Elwood's day started off bad. First, he missed the first shuttle to Pisces station, so he arrived late to work for the Twentieth Time In A Month. Today was his last day as cargo foreman (because of his 20 late arrivals, he was being replaced), so he placed an ad on classifieds and put his datapad on to search for the ad that would get him a new job.
He found the Horizon's Key.
Being a cargo manager, you have to have a little skill in stacking boxes, eh? Steele can assemble simple shelters and stow cargo effectively.
Steele knows how to run most civilian vehicles, and can run forklifts very well.
Steele has serious tech skills. He can operate most computerized, hydraulic or pneumatic equipment easily.
Steele is a capable mechanic, and can repair vehicles and equipment that isn't severely damaged.
Being a person of normal intelligence and a box stacker by nature, Elwood had to adapt certain skills to keep himself entertained. As such, he is a good joker, can play the electric guitar and mix cocktails off the top of his head.
Being a cargo foreman was a tough job, believe it or not, and Steele does not lack in sheer physical strength as a result.
Steele has seen bad stuff in his time as a cargo foreman, from people getting nicked by equipment, crushed by cargo boxes and worse. As such, he has done well at repairing his crewmates and keeping them alive until more capable help can arrive.
Eliot is currently a crewman aboard the Horizon's Key and earns an undetermined salary. His current balance is holding steady at 15,000 KS.