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Gosh, how can I pick?
Jean is a strapping big bruiser of a man who was taught as a child not to engage in sword play, but “how to kill a man with a sword.” He has “unruly” curly hair, a fierce and quick temper, eyeglasses to correct his far sightedness, and is extremely well educated. He’s good with math and loves literature and discussing it, especially plays and historical romances. He’s loyal and protective and an excellent cook.
Don’t you want to take him home with you?
He’s much more stable and down to earth than Locke is, a good right hand man who doesn’t get swept up in impossible dreams. He’s also armed at all times, and can defend himself and the people he cares about. To an extent.
If you asked me this question a week from now, though, I’d have an entirely different answer.