A gestalt assistant, Gaucho was an indispensable part of Charlotte Bozsca's daily life. Not merely a companion, he was literally made for Charlotte as commissioned by her mother, Lady Suitalk. (This article contains spoilers for Almost Like Love) Unlike any of her children before, Suitalk discovered Charlotte was born without sight. Fearing what would come upon her daughter's departure, Suitalk wasted no time in having the perfect aide crafted. By 1834, Gaucho was presented to Charlotte and the pair were inseparable since.
"GAUCHO DO SOMETHING!"
— Charlotte Bozsca, seconds before taken as a hostage
As a Model S gestalt, Gaucho was made for independent usage in both of his forms. His default state was humanoid, with short and somewhat crude limbs topped with a spherical head. At the special request of Suitalk, Gaucho could transform into a wheeled chair that her daughter would hopefully grow into.
"Compact! Sturdy! Affordable! The Model S is the top-of-the-line in terms of domestic gestalt assistance! After more than thirty years, the Model S is still the buyer's choice for quality!"
Namesake: "Gaucho" (Album by Steely Dan)
Leitmotif: "Time Out of Mind"
Round glass, usually glowing yellow