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  • Queen Elspeth

    The previous Queen of [[Albion]], she was almost universally beloved, having elevated the country from a poor nation dependent on strong allies, to a powerful kingdom with a strong navy and many rich overseas interests. Tragically, her turbulent reign …

  • N'batu

    DECEASED. N'batu was born the son of a tribal shaman Mari Battatu, a vocal opponent of the dominant Islamic leaders in North-Western [[Ifriqia]] in the harsh tropical jungles of [[The Gambia | Gambia]]. As he aged, his physical stature placed him at …

  • Lord Kilminster

    Elderly, now deceased, student of esoteric arts. Inherited [Kilminster House] after his elder brother died in a boar-hunting accident. Murdered by itinerant brigands in 1602.

  • Brem O'Gellwyn

    A Tuathan mercenary hailing from inland Tir Nan Og, Brem the Bastard (both named for his illegitimacy and habit for poor taste in practical jokes) stands at 5'6”, short raven-black hair and an enviable beard plaited to forks. But the eye is not drawn …

  • Marcus Mordecai

    Marcus Mordecai remains a mystery. The face and voice his fellow conspirators were familiar with were only the latest in a long line of incognitos. Where this man came from, what his name might have been are occult. He was an amusing companion. The …

  • Angus the Axe

    Angus McWardin was formerly a pirate until his capture and execution by the Royal Navy. There is a hole in his memory from the time of his hanging until he awoke from a shallow grave in the Dragon Marches. More wolf in man's clothing, Angus left a trail …

  • Wilhelm Gottschalk

    Born the third son of a minor noble family, Wilhelm had nothing else to claim by name right; lands, titles and profitable alliances through marriage befitting his older brothers. Instead he was entered into the Johannite Angios Order as a Friar, …

  • Henry D'Avenne

    Henry d’Avenne, Earl Avenne, Count of Tame is the son of Richard d’Avenne, Duke of Oatshire, and a scion of an august line, carrying the royal blood of the Broome dynasty, which ruled Albion for three centuries on the paternal side and (unfortunately) the …