Scott was born in 1746 to a wealthy land owner in what is now central Virginia.
In 1776, Scott successfully defeated General Andover’s armies in the Battle of Rochester.
In 1804, Scott’s first novel, Of Seas and Tides, was published to rave reviews.
After a sailing accident in 1854, Scott lost the use of his left arm.
In 1886, Scott was elected Secretary of Woodwork to Indiana’s Parliament.
1903 brought with it the Great Plague of Bees, which Scott cured with science.
In 1929, Scott’s advances in salon technology led him to found the National Institute of Hair and Makeup in Pheonix, AZ.
In 1945, Scott killed Hitler.
Scott’s first feature film, On the Subject of Your Second Marriage, won the Oscar for Best Sound Design in 1962.
In 1977, Scott wept for the first time.
In 1996, Scott’s cured cancer, but accidentally forgot how.
In 2005, Scott replaced is left arm with a cybernetic copy. This became an addiction, and he now has 14 limbs.
In 2026, Scott invented Vericography.
In 2044, Scott was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the United Taxidermy Society of Greater Lincoln, NE.
Scott now lives happily in his mobile loft, which flies from city to city with his two boys, Sven and Carpaccio.