The Clandestine Sphinx (Cara Hunter)
There I was sitting in my new office, doing paperwork, listening to the clock on my wall. _Tic-toc, Tic-toc, Tic-toc, Tic…toc, Tic…toc, Tic………...toc, *RING!_ * I looked up to see if my secretary had answered the phone and, in her place, sat a grizzly old …
The Regrettable Physician
A humble man, The Regrettable Physician is Cara Hunter's mentor. He found her shortly after her Awakening and guided her in the transition from a Sleeper to one of the Awakened. He is a caring and gentle man, but willing to use he nurturing and caring …
The Forgettable Clerk
The Vacant Chairmen
The most secretive of those on the Council, The Vacant Chairman lets nothing escape his careful gaze. Or the gaze of his spells and minions. With many Sleepwalkers at his command he keeps tabs on the other supernaturals in the city as much as his own …
The Mongrel Architect
A former member of the Council of Seattle, he was Exiled due to "theories" of an interconnectedness between all the kinds of Supernaturals. When asked of this theory, his response was always:
"Now, we're Lost. I intend to make us Found."
The Unheralded Astronomer
A quiet, though quite insightful woman, The Astronomer speaks little and does not revel in small talk. Very knowledgeable in the ways of mages, she has perhaps the most comprehensive knowledge of the Art than any other mage, despite her age.
The Secular Baron
A man who does not suffer fools, The Baron is as much a member of the council as a sock puppet for his Order. He is interested in control, plain and simple. He is domineering and controlling, and thus is known for his use of magics relating to the mind.
The Vocal Stonemason
The Vocal Stonemason is just that, very outspoken and talented with earth-related magics. Her reputation for working with earthen matter is unmatched. Her passion carries into the duties of her Order, and her ferocity is unmatched on the battlefield.
So many of her patients see me and make some comment about "allergies" or my appearance. They dismiss me as I sit upon the ledge and watch their diagnosis.
And yet, they don't understand that they are getting a second opinion. For free!