James is a bastard member of the House of Stuart by birth.
James was born to James V and Margaret Erksine, thus making him illegitimate. Despite being a bastard, he was given a title and place in the royal household.
Throughout the SeriesEdit
In No Exit, James arrives at the French Court to inform his half-sister, Mary, of Scotland's situation. Marie is in trouble and he needs her to come help. He says her mother is French and many of her advisors are but the Scots demand Scottish leadership. She asks if it’s Marie’s rule he’s challenging or her own. He tells her Scotland needs to see their Queen and bow before her with pride and duty. He pleads with her to come home.
In Spiders in a Jar,
James is very passionate and cares a lot about his country. He is also very decisive and exact in what he wants.
James is a man in his early to mid twenties. He has medium black hair and a small beard. He has brown eyes and pale skin. Despite being a bastard, he still holds a title and therefore dresses as a member of nobility in detailed clothing.
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|Hearts and Minds||Absent|
|A Chill in the Air||Absent|
|For King and Country||Absent|
|Long Live The King||Absent|
|Slaughter of Innocence||Absent|
|Drawn and Quartered||Absent|
|The Lamb & The Slaughter||Absent|
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|Bruises That Lie||Absent|
|No Way Out||Absent|
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|With Friends Like These||Appears|
|A Grain of Deception||Appears|
|Leaps of Faith||Appears|
|Playing with Fire||Appears|
|Love & Death||Appears|
|A Better Man||Appears|
|Dead of Night||Mentioned|
|Coup de Grace||Mentioned|
|A Bride. A Box. A Body.||Mentioned|
|Blood in the Water||Mentioned|
|All It Cost Her||Appears|
James Stuart has a photo gallery.