Nathaniel Porter

Nathaniel Porter is a fictional canon character of Gaimen City

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''Another smile formed on his face, the light still not quite reaching his eyes. It was a sad smile, to be honest. He knew, without a shadow of a doubt, that Gael probably wouldn't survive much longer. He had hoped— God, how he'd hoped… But Gael was a proud man, and he was paranoid and wanted only to protect his family. He was a good man, no matter what the fucking Libertines thought of his actions against his fellow man. The reasons were often selfish, but most of the time, they weren't. Nate had heard of Jackie's betrayal, and had known immediately what would happen. Maybe not the specifics, but enough to know that she wouldn't see another sunrise.

He didn't know how to feel about that.''

  • name: Nathaniel Andrew Porter
  • nickname(s): Nathan, Nate, Nat, Andrew, Andy, Drew, Porter
  • affiliation: Jade
  • residence: Unknown
  • gender: Male
  • born: 1943, November 19th
  • parents: Alyssa Porter (mother), Geoffrey Porter (father, deceased)
  • siblings: Michael Porter (brother), Teresa Schmidt (sister)
  • romances: Petra Svoboda-Porter (wife, deceased)
  • children: Emilia Tudyk (daughter), Karolina Rivkin (daugter), Tatiana Rossio (daughter), Simon Svoboda-Porter (son)
  • grand children: Mariana Tudyk (granddaughter), Andrew Tudyk (grandson), Adam Rivkin (grandson), Summer Rossio (granddaughter)
  • occupation: Retired Second in Command, works at a gun club
  • portrayal: Harrison Ford
  • canon / original: canon
  • played by: Laurel


Early History

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Gaimen City

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Family

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Second in Command Jade Affiliates Characters by Laurel

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