DARK & STORMY

The rum-runner and the cop who chased him. Theodore Rollins was originally a rum runner during prohibition. He controlled many of the routes out of Ontario, over the river into Detroit and from there into New York and much of the Northeast. Eleanor Munroe was the detective in charge of catching him. She was good, …

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Little Blue Pill

Chastity Niles is the type of girl that gets you hard. Literally. With only a kiss, the woman they call “Little Blue Pill” can temporarily turn a person’s skin into a nigh-impenetrable armour. Effectively making them a living, breathing tank. Duration and hardness are determined by the amount and length of physical and/or emotional contact …

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Hemingway

Thurman Woodford has always lived for the con. At university, he was a cardsharp and ran shell games. This got him tossed from school, but he made a habit of travelling from campus to campus doing the same thing, sampling all the women and booze he could along the way. Where he never graduated from …

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Cuba Libre

Héctor was always a bright one. Bookish, inquisitive and imaginative. Growing up he dreamed about being a novelist. He also had passions for music, and painting. Physical activity only stood to get in the way of all that. He had no interest in sports, or many of the other activities the neighbourhood boys did. Yet, strangely the once …

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Mint Julep

In her mind, Sylvie Martens would have been one of the best models in the world if it hadn’t been for Rainier Cherry. The truth’s a little less rose-coloured. Sylvie always loved roses. Her career never hit super-stardom, but Sylvie managed to make a modest living, supplemented by her buffet of rich suitors. She would …

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Sidecar

Rosalie Hannigan was once the understudy to mid-level tri-state area Cape, Rumor. Having identical powers, the two often traded places as Rumor. Together Rumor solved simple crimes like bank robberies, and cold cases. Nothing too major. As the profile of Rumor got bigger, Rosalie’s partner wanted to go her own way, as Rumor. Rosalie suggested a …

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Manhattan

Fitch Wharton has always been a giant amongst men. A superman. Physically gifted, classically handsome, an air of mystery and inheritor to a steel fortune. He was even paramour to the famous Rainier Cherry for some years. The man bleeds Upper East Side and the steel that built it. He has little care in the …

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The Marchman

The Marchman has been a character without a story for a long while now. He is the titular character of “The Manikin, The Minikin, and the Marchman.”   He is a policeman of the edges, a patrolman of the borders, keeper of the keys to the spaces between universes. VITALS Name: Not Given Nationality: American Blood Type: Unknown …

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Skullduggery

Templeton was always a cruel boy. He delighted in making good girls squirm. This reputation lasted him through university where the “Young Master Grim” was known as a tormentor, both in his gothic affinity, and his devilishly manipulative charm. The young lad tired of his tricks, and school, and left to go overseas where he …

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Skeleton Key

Annabel Potter was born to a tenured history professor and self-accusing occult nut. This made him a black sheep amongst his colleagues, but a darling to his daughter. She certainly absorbed his zeal for the dark, unexplained and horrific. The two were inseparable, much to the chagrin of Annabel’s mother who was mortified at the wretched …

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Bone Box

The circumstance of aristocrat Ambrose Telfair’s youth is mostly irrelevant. It’s not until his exploits as an “archaeologist” and thrill seeker—see unabashed tomb robber—that he merits mention. Beyond his nefarious deeds plundering priceless artefacts for his own enjoyment, he cut a bloody rivalry with two other raiders, Annabel Potter and Templeton Grimes. These three fancied stealing from …

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Tunnel Vision

Kayla Sterling was known as the “Silver Stave” in her native region of British Columbia; an up and coming juniors archery talent with her whole future ahead of her, and an eye on gold, not silver. It was her singular focus, nothing else mattered. One day while on the way to an archery meet, the …

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