An ancient noble thought to be immortal. He is obsessed with the occult. His manor is in Six Towers, but has fallen into disrepair. No one knows where his other estate is.
Lord Scurlock attacked Broken Slab Penitentiary during a heist by The Perishers …
Lord Anketin Burgrave
Little is known of Fitz's background. He's used to dealing with [[:plank | Plank]] our of all of [[The Perishers]].
It is known that he has one family who are normally under guard at Six Towers, then another family in Charterhall. He is a devout …
Jankyn and his twin brother Evan were the sons of Lord Anketin Burgrave, an inventor who spent most of his days with his inventions instead of his family. Jankyn's mother died in childbirth and the children occupied themselves for most of the time.
A former Crow, Bij is loyal to both the Crows and to his new lord, an ex Bluecoat scientist who has recently had some horrific losses.
Mardin Gull remembers a time when the [[Lampblacks]] and [[Red Sashes]] were at war before, he remembers Roric of [[the Crows]] negotiating an uneasy peace. He lived through those hard times and despite never making any waves, he retired with enough money …
The Strangford dynasty controls the workhouses around Charhollow and has done for several generations. The current Lord Strangford holds a City Council position, along with one of his children. The others have prominent roles in the Bluecoats and the …
Roric is dead. He was killed by his deputy, Lyssa. She felt the Crows had become weak in allowing the Red Sashes and the Lampblacks an opportunity to thrive in Crow’s Foot, so she stabbed him in while he slept.
The bluecoats found his body and disposed …
The latest in a family of gondoliers, most of Griggs' family have led the faction. Griggs and his father for some reason have been denied their role at the head of the group. If this weighs on him, it doesn't show.