Mademoiselle Maria de Lancre (Dhampir)
She is a heady mix of brazen, beautiful and dangerous, with the hint of an accent from forbidden France to top off her mystique. Like graceful flowing water, Mlle. Maria has sought her level up from the streets to live amongst the gentry as a successful adventuress. Her paramours tend to be men (typically) of high enough station to afford her attentions, yet with little enough concern for reputation that they seek the thrill of appearing publicly with such an exotic creature on their arm and all her scandalous implications. Her current patron presented Maria to the Jabberwock Club for membership almost as a lark, but it was Col. Blackmoor who saw her true potential in hunting things other than wealthy socialites, and confirmed her place in the Club.

Mademoiselle Maria de Lancre (Dhampir)

She is a heady mix of brazen, beautiful and dangerous, with the hint of an accent from forbidden France to top off her mystique. Like graceful flowing water, Mlle. Maria has sought her level up from the streets to live amongst the gentry as a successful adventuress. Her paramours tend to be men (typically) of high enough station to afford her attentions, yet with little enough concern for reputation that they seek the thrill of appearing publicly with such an exotic creature on their arm and all her scandalous implications. Her current patron presented Maria to the Jabberwock Club for membership almost as a lark, but it was Col. Blackmoor who saw her true potential in hunting things other than wealthy socialites, and confirmed her place in the Club.

Miss Alice Talmage (Aristocrat)

Having high expectations for Alice’s prospects of finding a husband, her parents became quite disapproving whenever her interest in science took precedence over enteraining suitors. Disapproval turned to outright dismay when it became evident her constant tinkering with galvanic gadgets was more than a passing hobby. Recognizing a kindred spirit, her uncle suggested to them that Alice join his “reading circle”, the Jabberwock Club, where she might find elgible bachelors more on par with her intellectual abilities.

Miss Alice Talmage (Aristocrat)

Having high expectations for Alice’s prospects of finding a husband, her parents became quite disapproving whenever her interest in science took precedence over enteraining suitors. Disapproval turned to outright dismay when it became evident her constant tinkering with galvanic gadgets was more than a passing hobby. Recognizing a kindred spirit, her uncle suggested to them that Alice join his “reading circle”, the Jabberwock Club, where she might find elgible bachelors more on par with her intellectual abilities.

Mr. Gerald Clampton (Aristocrat)

The son of a wealthy industrialist risen from common stock, Gerald has felt the pressure of having his family accepted into the blue blood high society circles fall upon him. He has striven for the image of a man of leisure similar to his desired peers. When not feasting on what the finer dining establishments of the West End have to offer, Gerald had fostered a reputation as an accomplished game hunter in the Wastes. Just ask him. He’ll tell you.

Mr. Gerald Clampton (Aristocrat)

The son of a wealthy industrialist risen from common stock, Gerald has felt the pressure of having his family accepted into the blue blood high society circles fall upon him. He has striven for the image of a man of leisure similar to his desired peers. When not feasting on what the finer dining establishments of the West End have to offer, Gerald had fostered a reputation as an accomplished game hunter in the Wastes. Just ask him. He’ll tell you.