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  • Chapter 4, Always on Time.

    _OOC note: Talon's player was absent for this session._ Gathered in secret on the constables' ship, [[:stover-delft | Stover Delft]] outlined his plan to infiltrate the train that the late [[:caius-bergeron | Caius Bergeron]] had planned to take. The …

  • Altered Magic Zones

    After the Great Malice, one of the lingering effects of the death of the goddess Srasama was the permanent removal of magic from the land of her slayers. There are some workarounds to this, but for the most part Danor's people simply cannot access magic; …

  • Lya Jierre

    An ambitious tiefling in her late 20s, Lya is the niece of [[:han-jierre | Han Jierre]], the Sovereign of Danor (her father is Han’s brother). She graduated top of her class from the prestigious academy of war, the Jierre Sciens d’Arms, and many students …

  • Nathan Jierre

    Cousin of [[:lya-jierre | Lya Jierre]] and nephew of Danor’s sovereign, Nathan avoided politics and pursued science. He is currently providing his expertise to the archeological efforts on [[Axis Island | Axis Island]], but has not been heard from since …

  • Han Jierre

    Han’s father made sure he traveled and experienced the grand diversity of life, both good and bad, so that he would not be complacent with the sheltered prosperity his family enjoyed. He returned from his travels still devoted to the supremacy of science …

  • Luc Jierre

    A socially awkward arcanoscientist, the constables aren't yet sure where Luc appears on the Jierre family tree. His sentences are almost constantly marred by nervous stutters, to the point where he seems much more comfortable conversing in sign language …

  • Julian LeBrix

    Old, balding, and rheumy-eyed, LeBrix served Danor in the Third Yerasol War, then spent decades as seneschal to various minor nobles. Soft-spoken and forward thinking, LeBrix is still handy with a pistol, but he prefers to anticipate trouble and avoid it. …

  • Malia Baccarin

    Dark, lithe, and beautiful, Malia sticks out in Danor almost as much as the [[:damata-griento | Grientos]]. Head of security for the train, Malia makes it a point to remind the passengers each night to collect their belongings, lest thieves nick them from …

  • Elanor Yanette

    This obese woman boarded the train midway through the first day, in the Danoran city of Keskay. At almost all times, a pair of golden bracelets linked by a golden chain connects her to a shorter, thinner figure, clad in black veils so complete it's …

  • Isobel Travers

    _Special thanks to Qiyet's player for photoshopping a suitable elf portrait into the azure-eyed Isobel!_ Previously a slave of [[:elanor-yanette | Elanor Yanette]], Isobel was set free by the constables during Chapter 4, and has found a new home in …

  • Olivert Boone

    This interesting man carries around a revolver and a knife on his belt, and walks with the smooth gait of one who knows how to sneak about when necessary. He claims to be a treasure hunter who made his fortune in the Malice Lands, picking clean ruins left …

  • Merton Goncala

    Merton's specialty lies in the manipulation of sound waves, a feat he accomplishes through the use of an arcanoscientific staff that resembles a large tuning fork. He can amplify noise into a form of destructive resonance that can harm foes, but it's even …

  • Rush Munchausen

    Wiry and scrappy with huge forearm muscles, Rush's defining characteristic is his unconventional fighting style. He carries two _immovable batons,_ which are essentially _immovable shafts_ that pack the wallop of a light mace. Using them in tandem, he can …

  • Rosalyn Taylor

    Old-fashioned, high-spirited, and responsible, Rosalyn Taylor leapt at the chance to defend Flint from [[:borne | Borne]], even as much of the early-arrival delegates from her country chose to flee. Her ship has been seized, her crew imprisoned; …

  • Nicolas Dupiers

    A white-haired Danoran in his 50s, Dupiers met the constables several days after the duchess attacked Axis Island. He ran the iron mines, and knew that archaeologists working for the island’s military commander—General Alsanor—had found golden icons that …

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