The Hundred Days Characters

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Commodore Jack Aubrey

Jack Aubrey is one of two principle protagonists of The Hundred Days and shares the spotlight with his good friend and confidant Stephen Maturin. Aubrey is a larger-than-life character with charisma and dash. He is an unchallenged master in his element of the sea; a legendary captain, a masterful navigator, and a superb tactician. Although he is intelligent, he relies on experience, insight, and a nearly infallible instinct to carry him through the various perils he encounters. His vast nautical experience is unquestionably one of his strongest assets. Aubrey wears his graying blonde hair in a long queue and dresses as a traditional ship's captain. Aubrey is very athletic, possessed of an almost super-human vigor, great strength, and an incredible constitution. He is also particularly fond of food and drink, and Maturin often cautions him against becoming overly corpulent; his weight fluctuates wildly and he often...

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