Hugh is a gifted engineer in the late 19th century. Well read, likeable, steady job; it's hard to believe he's still single. Or still roughing through the winters in Dakota Territory, 1870s.
This gentle giant splits his seasons on the steamboats of the Missouri River and working for the hotels in Bismarck. He is known for being a fixer, engineering god, consumer of books, collector of untouchable tools, forming a bond with scrap wood piles on an emotional level, and finding cats very unhelpful.
American Profits: Ambroella Character Sheet As the finest gardener this side of the Missouri River, Amborella is the product of a profession which allows you to carry a knife and a dig holes. On purpose. Her open heart for curiosities, such as her pet turtle, Diefenbaker, is as keen as her disturbingly lighthearted approach to crushing her competitors.
Amborella's opportunistic business style is as well cultivated as her vines. She is the archetype of the best marketers-authentic-and let's the customers do the rest. Equipped with an intuition that few poses, she can mediate almost any situation. Or know the best place to bury the bodies.
Unburdened and carefree, Amborella is a free spirit and may we suggest, best approached on her own terms, who is forced to make her way in the very unpredictable Victorian world of 1870s.