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  • Ethelyn Lesterman

    The [[:aodhan | king’s]] sister, Duchess Ethelyn was a commoner before earning her title in the Third Yerasol War. She dislikes industry and leads a coalition of powerful individuals with strong ties to the Unseen Court. She wears extravagant diamond …

  • Aodhan Lesterman

    Now in his 70s, the current king of Risur looks rather unassuming, and was a common warrior before [[:melissa-gahlot | Queen Melissa]] chose him as her successor after the Third Yerasol War. He prefers to resolve disputes by being coolheaded and …

  • Arthur Pierson

    Arthur Pierson is a gunmaker, and would likely rate a journeyman if Flint had a formal guild for such. Few guess this at first because his thewy torso and close-cropped hair seem more suited to the cruder forms of smithing. While he can, at times, be as …

  • Thames Grimsley

    A grizzled sailor, still with a full head of hair in his early 50s, Grimsley acts as head of an emerging dock workers' union in Flint. Though he only worked the docks in his youth, Grimsley spent decades sailing—-primarily as captain of a ferry service in …

  • Nigel Price-Hill

    The Lord Viscount’s family owns lands around the capital of Slate, so he could have lived in court, but he trained in the martial academies and fought in the Third Yerasol War. His career as an investigator began by rooting out profiteering during the war …

  • Margaret Saxby

    A former superstar investigator who cracked many famous cases in her time, Saxby was promoted to the rank of Chief Inspector and transferred to take over Flint operations a decade ago. The Lady Inspectress was a darling of the public when she married a …

  • Serena Fynes

    [[:carlao-langford | Carlao Langford]] may be the leader of Team 3, but it's pretty plain to see that Serena is the brains of the group, as well as its face. She enjoys making gadgets and such, but doesn't have anywhere near the head for machinery that …

  • Morgan Cippiano

    A stylishly bald Crisillyiri man who runs the eponymous coffee shop in Stray River. Quick to compliment and charm, and makes a hell of a nice brew. Wears a fisherman's hook on a necklace, indicative of his faith as a Clericist (follower of the [[Religions …

  • Nevard Sechim

    For decades Nevard was one of the most prescient and respected skyseers in Risur. Then, with the rise of industry and the fading power of the skyseer’s visions, his star waned, and he withdrew into the Cloudwood east of Flint to focus on keeping his order …

  • Cillian Creed

    A veteran of Risur's military, Creed worked under [[:reed-macbannin | Reed Macbannin]] as his butler, occasionally taking on duties of a much darker and secretive tone. Recent events have brought to light his involvement in the Flint conspiracy, as well …

  • Wolfgang Von Recklinghausen

    A distinguished, intelligent, and poised gentleman in his late 30s, Dr. von Recklinghausen speaks elegantly with a hard-to-place accent. He appears fairly innocuous, though his sharply-groomed goatee and the rapier at his hip give him a hint of menace. …

  • Reed Macbannin

    A long-time player in Flint politics, Macbannin’s fascination with the history of Cauldron Hill led him to pursue the mayorship of The Nettles. He studied all manner of defensive magic, as well as a fair share of proscribed dark arts, in order to earn the …

  • Xambria Meredith

    Xambria was a rising star in the academic world of archaeology, and at 28 she’s the youngest professor at Mitchell University in Slate. She has always had a particular interest in Ancient relics, since the golden treasures were so wondrous to behold. …

  • Adalward Von Gearkinson

    A wealthy metallurgist who's come to own his own factories in Parity Lake, Adalward Von Gearkinson had his family's estate built on the shores of the lake itself. Despite the smoggy air and the horrific view it affords, he seems to value keeping a view on …

  • Rock Rackus

    A one-time dock worker, Rackus stumbled his way to national celebrity through his wild stories and rowdy behavior. He claims to have looted treasures in the Malice Lands, traveled to the moon, and cuckolded the fey king of the [[Unseen Court | Unseen …

  • Wilgeon Kuth

    *Trade*: Docker. Musician/philosopher/artist. "A little of this, a little of that" *Race*: Mostly human, but with traces of shifter and dragonborn in him (though the physical racial traits are hideable with creative attire). *Origin*: Segobria, Ber * …

  • 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. …

  • Kaja Stewart

    Kaja was recruited as an arcanoscientific researcher by [[:reed-macbannin | Reed Macbannin]]. When the quake hit, she ran, taking a collection of magic items and equipment from the laboratory located at Macbannin’s manor. An expert in theoretical …

  • Bree (Brianne Kaldeckis)

    Brianne Kaldeckis ("Bree" to her friends) fought on Danor's side during the Fourth Yerasol war, and seems to have mixed feelings about Risur. On the one hand, she lost both her right arm and right leg to a jaguar, but on the other hand her life was then …

  • Cardiff Hengehill

    Mr. Hengehill is a very secretive man who gives off an air of professionalism as he attends to his business, though it remains unclear as to what that business is. Anywhere he goes on the train, he has an ordinary-looking suitcase with him, and ties it to …

  • Granny Bell

    An old gardener living in a cottage in the low-lying hills of the Cloudwood district, who holds great respect for the fey and the woods. She was one of the first to befriend Kida when she started going into town a few years ago, and is always ready with a …

  • Vicemi Terio

    Head of the Ghost Council, it's rumored that Vicemi _actively_ cultivates his creepy appearance in death. He seems to enjoy unsettling people. He respects the leaders of the conspiracy—Nicodemus, [[:green_dress | Kasvarina]], and [[:han-jierre | Han …

  • 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 …

  • Andrei Von Recklinghausen

    Perhaps the oddest individual the constables have encountered along their train ride, this white-haired man in his threadbare coat always seems to turn up at unpredictable moments. At present, he has shown no ill will or violent behavior, and acts more or …

  • 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 …

  • Leone Quital

    Leone's clothes and accent mark him as hailing from Crisilliyir, and he's demonstrated an ability to telekinetically manipulate iron and steel, though given his known involvement in the construction of Borne, it's possible his power may extend to …

  • Catherine Romana

    A former ally of then-Duchess [[:ethelyn | Ethelyn]], Catherine stridently opposes Danoran-inspired industries, and prefers to counter that new technology with arcane innovations. After the Fourth Yerasol War she got into trouble for harshly criticizing …

  • Oscan Ligurio

    A lifetime of loyalty to [[Family | The Family]] crime syndicate earned Oscan a crooked nose and a twitchy demeanor. Loyalty is important, and so is honesty, so Oscan’s made sure he can fake those convincingly. He once earned a lifetime pardon for his …

  • Bruce McDruid

    Raised on McDruid Island just northeast of Risur, Bruce forsook his clan’s traditions, stole one of their ships, and became a pirate. There are dozens of small island nations and coastal kingdoms with no geopolitical clout, but with enough population to …

  • Xavier Sangria

    Xavier’s is the usual story of a kid whose parents were eaten by monsters, and who decided someone should really stop that kind of stuff from happening again. Thirty years ago he signed on as a bodyguard for some Ob scholars researching the magic in …

  • Kulp

    One of the lords of Nalaam's magocratic government, Kulp presides over the Grand Casino and its nigh-immeasurable wealth. People the world over come to Nalaam to experience pleasures too rare or illegal to find elsewhere. It's said that if you pass …

  • Unknown Godhand

    This man was found at the entrance to the Ob's meeting place, trying to magically disguise himself as a Clergy priest by the name of Dexlano. He was outed by the magical gaze by a shadowlisk, then brought to the mansion's 'dungeon' by the ghost of [[:reed …

  • 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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