Jak G. Cogsworth
Born in 1873, the son of Fredric D. Cogsworth the great steam engine designer. Rapidly learning about steam from his father by constructing engines for 3 years when he brutally caught his right arm in a running flywheel. Learning about automata, combined with is knowledge of steam, he developed a prosthetic limb. Running at 30 psi and can run down to 5 psi and 80 psi if needed the strength. After slow business in Adelon Jak and his father moved to Antiford in 1883 where he now makes unique and original steam engines and studies automata. He is planning on a new less bulky arm that looks close to a normal human arm
He can be quite boastful at times but mostly he's quite playful and lively. This often gets him into trouble. For example: having a rock throwing contest at 86 PSI. Can't remember who that iron ore hit but it didn't end well. Other than that, he's a hard worker and can make the best steam engines on Antiford!