Edward McDavis is a member of the Royal Navy. He is of Indian orgin, and worked closely with Jaroute Neppal, the Tipu Sultan Prince of India. He served as a Private in the EITC Third Division, and bodyguard for Prince Neppal from late 1745 to July 1746. In late 1749, he rejoined the Royal Marines.
Early Life & Orgins Edit
Jacques McDavis was born in France, and joined the British Army at a young age. He was posted to Ceylon, and met a young indian woman. Several months later, they had a son named Edward. Edward grew up leisurely, and served on the Tipu Guarde, serving on the Sultan Prince's security detail. When the Prince moved to the Caribbean, Edward planned to follow him.
Arrival to the CaribbeanEdit
A New Life
Edward enrolls in the Royal Navy Academy and is soon a Cadet on the front lines serving under Lord Sven Daggersteel. After the Post-Paradoxian War ends, he is promoted to Private and is transferred to the EITC Third Division's First Platoon Squad 1 under Colonel Tyler Crossbones. Eventually, he is reunited with the Prince, and begins to serve as his personal Bodyguard, while continuing service in the Third Division.
In September 1746, McDavis was presumed killed during the 1746 Catastrophe that ruined the Caribbean. While trying to make repairs to the ship he was in in the middle of a hurricane, McDavis was thrown off the ship and awoke on a beach on Driftwood Isle. He proceeded to build a makeshift hut, and lived as a castaway for almost three years.
After scouts from Europe started to return to the Caribbean, McDavis signaled a ship which took him to the once Port Royal, which was still in ruin, but had already been resettled. There, McDavis signed up for the Royal Marines once more and was met by Prime Minister Lord Johnny Goldtimbers, and his nephew, Admiral Lord James Goldtimbers, who congratulated the Corporal on his feat and commended him for his bravery.
He currently remains on Port Royal, part of the fledgling Fort Charles garrison, awaiting support from England.