The fourth head of the Sanson House, which worked with the enforcement of capital punishment for generations. In the turmoil of the French Revolution, he executed people from all social classes. With the introduction of the guillotine, an execution device that followed arguments of humane consideration to their logical conclusion, his executions began to increase in number even more.
Height & Weight
178cm ・ 68kg
Was a physician as a side job. Traces of this can be seen in his Skills.
Charles-Henri Sanson was no assassin, but an executioner. The role of executioner is something inherited through the generations, and he is the fourth. His lifestyle was extremely wealthy, but he was often scorned because of his occupation - something that became a source of anguish in his youth.
Leading an elegant lifestyle worthy of nobility, the Sanson House loved and respected the King and Queen and showed great pity for the citizens governed by them. It has been said that they even provided the cutting-edge medical technology, which was cultivated from the executions, free-of-charge to the needy.
However, the times did not allowed Charles' peace. He, who had jobs as an executioner forced upon himself even after the French Revolution occurred, eventually had to be present in the execution of his beloved king Louis XVI and his queen, Marie Antoinette.
Charles-Henri Sanson maintains a neutral stance towards his Master. Since the high praises regarding his skills for killing are, as expected, included among the reasons for his summoning, his feelings are somewhat complicated
Death is Hope For Tomorrow
The embodiment of the true execution tool, the guillotine. The chances of death are determined not by resistance to curses or good fortune, but whatever or not one can defeat fate with a strong mentality.