The War of Summer's Ending
"A gleaner and a cleaner, a disposer of the unwanted and the useless."
Quote: “Bits and pieces, forgotten hopes, tidbits, castoffs and second hand dreams. All shapes and sizes, mostly as good as new…”
Description: Estavan’s mein is that of a hyena-beast. His savage muzzle is drawn back in a constant wicked smile that unwary clients often mistake for friendliness. His yellow eyes are constantly on the lookout for a scrap or unguarded tidbit that might be turned into a profitable offering in his shop. He’s renowned, both in the Market and on the streets of Miami, for turning trash into treasure by offering it to the right people at the right time.
Storytelling Hints: Estavan’s a twitchy opportunist. He’ll gladly take any unwanted or seemingly useless bits and pieces from those he encounters, talking up his role as “a gleaner and a cleaner” – someone who gets rid of the useless and cumbersome flotsam and jetsam of those who are too busy to deal with such nuisances.