Doctor Vincent Walker
Born some 3 score years ago in a small village located in the [[Albion | Albion]] countryside Vincent was apprenticed to the doctor of his village at a very young age. Taking quickly to his trade he soon mastered all his mentor could teach him. Young …
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 …
Thomas More Rede
A bull-necked man with cropped blond hair, red-rimmed blue eyes and cheeks which flush red when vexed or with exertion. He has a become leaner in the last year (well, fifty four and a a half weeks). Once a bucolic looking farm-boy his face has resolved …
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 …
Currently Alejandro is a bit of a mystery.
Although looking and dressing like a Gualapari hunter, Alejandro has a weeks growth of facial hair that is uncharacteristic of the people of the Emerald Basin. He also has the ability to speak multiple Europan …
Morgan de Bruit
Morgan de Bruit, captain of [[The Crimson Dawn | the Crimson Dawn]] navigates the margins of the law. Not an outright pirate, nor a smuggler; he nevertheless is acquainted with them. He finds profit in the territory bordering legality and illegality, …
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 …
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 …
Guy des choines
Big bearded and more Montaignion than garlic-cheese wine, he has taken it upon himself to be the protector of his late Lord's widow, and vulnerable young women everywhere.
Guy was the son of Lord Villeforte's Master of the Hunt and was brought up at …