The Bluejay was a fictional character Fenoglio wrote about in his poems while his times of glory as court poet.
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Creation processModify the text
Fenoglio modeled the Bluejay on Mortimer Folchart, and the character is supposed to be the protector of the strolling players and peasants like the Black Prince. Fenoglio created him in the image of Mo, tall with hair as dark as moleskin and highly skilled with swords and knives.
Evolving beyond being a fictional characterModify the text
At the end of Inkspell, the Black Prince gives Mo a mask that they made that they didn't want anymore, because the Adderhead posted a wanted sign that includes whoever turns in the Bluejay gets a reward of Mo's weight in silver and they will immediately get hanged, yet, unfortunately the Adderhead makes no exceptions for fakes, which later led to his imprisonment in the Adderhead's castle.
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Known people who took on the titleModify the text
- The Black Prince:
- Mortimer Folchart: Mo had actually become the Bluejay for a period of time, but in the end preferred to be a simple bookbinder, husband, and father. One of Mo's quotes while he is the Bluejay is: "There could be few men whose love for a woman has been written on his face with a knife."
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Behind the scenesModify the text
- In the film adaptation, a specific conversation is an Easter egg about the Bluejay, though the characteristic and purpose of which are fairly different from the books:
|Fenoglio:||"Your father's given me an idea for a character. A master thief who steals things......the way a blue jay swipes shiny objects off window sills."|
|Mo:||"I am not trying to steal them."|
|Fenoglio:||"You snatched them. You're trying to keep them from me. That, my friend, is thievery."|
|—Fenoglio to Mortimer Folchart when the latter tried to stop him from meeting Dustfinger.[src]|