Soldier of Destiny
Corporeal Forces: 2 Strength: 3 Agility: 5
Ethereal Forces: 3 Intelligence: 6 Precision: 6
Celestial Forces: 3 Will: 6 Perception: 6
Status/4, Charisma +1
Skills: Area Knowledge (local area/3), Artistry/6 (painting), Climbing/3, Knowledge (History/3, Kabbalah/6, Linguistics/3, Research/3), Languages (French/1, Greek/1, Hebrew/3, Latin/1), Move Silently/6, Savoir-Faire/1, Seduction/2
Songs: Form (Ethereal/6)
Attunements: Library Card
There is a city in England that has banned the apostrophe from all of its official signs and statuary, for reasons that are somewhat unclear to the populace at large. It is also a city in England that has been waging a quiet war against a vigilante who has apparently decided to combat the practice by sneaking up to the signs and statuary in question and adding the appropriate punctuation; a war that has so far proven to be absolutely unsuccessful. Worse and worse, lately the vigilante has branched out, now taking the time to correct errors in grammar, and on one particularly egregious occasion, style. Local officials aren't laughing; the current mayor was the "victim" of the aforementioned egregious occasion, and the local papers are having a field day with the story. He might not win reelection, which is why he's demanded that the police step up their efforts to catch the miscreant. This may be difficult, because the miscreant is one Harry Cooper, a professor of medieval history at the local university, and a Soldier of Destiny. He is also a known True Prophet - this has been checked - which means that he's under a certain amount of observation and protection. Well, protection from mundane prosecution, at least.
Harry doesn't need all that much, at that. In his case, an indulgent Symphony seems to be of the opinion that anything with words printed on it counts as "recorded knowledge," which means that he can essentially use his Library Card attunement to temporarily shut down any surveillance or security system that's getting between him and a sign missing an apostrophe mark. He uses his surprisingly good skills at sneaking around to get past living guards, sometimes supplemented by the Song of Form; as of the present, he's possibly had at most two close calls in ten years of activity.
All of this is done in service of his prophetic gifts (which is probably why he's able to use his Destiny-given abilities in somewhat incongruous ways). Harry doesn't actually go around randomly correcting punctuation; he simply knows that certain signs need to be corrected, in a certain order, and at a certain broad time. Tracing the patterns of his corrections around town on a map reveal, over time, symbols familiar to very high-level Servitors of both Destiny and Stone. These symbols can be converted into prophecies, and the prophecies are unusually accurate and precise. They are unfortunately also unusually short term, as in "within the next three days." All of this leads to a certain urgency in keeping Harry busy and productive.
By Prophetic, Soldier, or Destinian standards Harry is actually not very strange; this means that he's merely noticeably eccentric by mortal ones. He is perfectly capable of functioning in normal society, and in fact does so. In about thirty years he'll be a stereotypically dignified, late-middle-aged British academic; right now he's a slightly short, personable young British academic with surprisingly good reflexes and even more surprisingly good success with women. His major weakness from the Host's point of view is his utter lack of combat skills. Harry doesn't really like the idea of violence, and while he's no coward, he's also completely inept when it comes to defending himself, and he knows it...
(There actually is a city in England (Birmingham) that's banned apostrophes: alas, they do not have a masked vigilante going around putting them back on afterward. Because sometimes reality lets us down like that.)