Wooster first met Gil while Gil was living incognito as a student in Paris. On leaving Paris, Gil brought Wooster to Castle Wulfenbach with the promise of a job, revealing that he was the Wulfenbach heir. (Unbeknownst to Wooster, Gil was also keeping the close to hand.) Wooster worked as Gil's manservant for quite some time, and the two seem to have developed a genuine affection for each other.
On learning that Agatha Heterodyne is not dead, Gil secretly sends Wooster to protect her. In a transformative display of Spark charisma, Gil Wooster's obedience, though he must reveal his knowledge of Wooster's occupation and orders to do so. A thoroughly cowed Wooster takes Gil's flyer to Sturmhalten, where he hooks up with Master Payne's Circus of Adventure, fights against Gil's father in the Battle of Sturmhalten, and narrowly avoids being killed by Bangladesh DuPree. Wooster Agatha to safety in England as Gil had commanded, but Agatha insists on going to Mechanicsburg instead. Only the Circus accepts Wooster's invitation.
Wooster was Carson von Mekkhan and Agatha, just before she enters Castle Heterodyne alone. Whether he will report to England, to Gil, or to some combination thereof remains unknown. He cannot relish either prospect. He was last seen Mechanicsburg to the Jägergenerals.in the company of
Time Skip (Approximately two and a half years after Bomb/Door)Edit
Wooster meets Agatha in the Heterodyne Mountain Bunkers, or "The Sneaky Cave". Placed there by his superiors in the British spy network as punishment for cover blown, network exposed, target lost, Europa destabilized, and there are far worse punishments. He personally is not the reason for any of those events, but he was there and didn't prevent it. His new assignment as a disgraced British spy is to keep an eye on things near Mechanicsburg.
Time hasn't affected him much when he makes his first appearance after the time skip. He still has the same hairstyle, and wears his clothes in the same style as when on Castle Wulfenbach. His skin tone is a bit darker, and if it wasn't for the name and hair color could be mistaken for Vanamonde von Mekkhan. His hair is also a bit disheveled, perhaps he just woke up on the wrong side of the bed.
The Works Edit
Ardsley Wooster is a card in The Works, where he's also Hero and Spy. Have some tea.
Possibly relevant outside information Edit
Bertie Wooster is the name of a character in PG Wodehouse's Jeeves series, about a snarky valet. That Wooster was the employer, however, and far less "with it" than either this Wooster or his boss. Then again Wooster performs the mission without real thought to prevent the later consequences, and is more of a spontaneous on the moment spy.