Splitmaw was a member of the Traveling Strangers, a group of adventurers gathered from Grinsgate. He offered no information about his past or previous experiences when introduced to the rest of the Strangers by their handler in Grinsgate, instead saying …
Sean Conners was picked as a member of the Traveling Strangers due to a severe lack of noteworthy talent. When he joined he immediately aggravated everyone except for Ilnew, who took an extreme liking to him.
He had no opinion as to what the group …
Sara Mills was allowed in the Traveling Strangers because when questioned about relative experience in this nature of problem solving, she assaulted and ate part of her examiner.
The only past information she ever shared with other members of the …
After the initiation process into the [[Traveling Strangers | Traveling Strangers]] was completed, Urna decided she'd lead behind the scenes. Her first attempt at subtly nudging the party toward wealth succeeded when she and [[:splitmaw | Splitmaw]] made …
The [[Traveling Strangers | Traveling Strangers]] accepted Othar into the group mostly because they realized how useful someone with little situational awareness would come in handy. The orc constantly disregarded his surroundings, fixated usually on one …
Turne's acceptance to the [[Traveling Strangers | Traveling Strangers]] came from demonstrating archery tactics and target practice to her handler. Upon meeting the group, Turne accurately predicted that it wouldn't last very long. When met with disdain …
Sing was one of the only magic-users that was applied for government work at [[Grinsgate | Grinsgate]] and was therefore put on a fast track towards working with whatever group came together first, which proved to be the [[Traveling Strangers | Traveling …
Burnborr used the last of his wealth to bribe a [[Grinsgate | Grinsgate]] official in letting him work with the government in adventuring. He was introduced to the [[Traveling Strangers | Traveling Strangers]], where he liked everyone but was hated …
Rupen never told anyone who or what created it. When it first appeared in 614 leading small raids against fishing villages, survivors told tales of a bloodthirsty gargoyle leading the pirates. Initially thought as a rumor or myth, Rupen became widely …
Valen assisted the debtors at [[:baron-j-ger | Baron Jäger's]] [[Jäger Estate | estate]] by helping them dispatch a demon.
Hailing from Hillsdale, Nackle joined the [[Traveling Strangers | Traveling Strangers]] by bluffing his way in, and once he realized what he'd gotten himself into stayed out of most of the fighting. He attempted to take the majority of treasures, trying …
Ruffington was prompted by Mr. Wearer to join a group of adventurers in stopping The Family from gaining more ground. After that first job, Ruffington assisted the group again in trying to find out who was killing wealthy nobles in the city. After this, …
Lillian stayed in [[Grinsgate | Grinsgate]] after a business trip with her father. During her time as her father's assistant, she realized that she was being groomed to take over the mining empire that her father had and wanted to stay away from it. …
Mr. Wearer holds court near the Bar With No Name. Wearer has several people working for him/her/it, and has command over many of the dockworkers and merchant ships coming into port in [[Grinsgate | Grinsgate]].
When asked by an adventurer if Wearer …
Captain Morgan owned an inn in Oslo, where he kept working independently against both the resistance members of the city and the Demon Lords. His workers were well-trusted, though they never fought anyone.
When one of the companies of adventurers …