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  • Sandara Quinn

    Life is never easy, and Sandara Quinn’s life has been typical of that truism. The daughter of a poor fisherman and a seamstress, Sandara was raised in Hell Harbor. Her overworked parents had little time to spend with their daughter, and Sandara grew up on …

  • Crimson "Cog" Cogward

    Crimson Cogward (so called after the color his neck turns when he’s angry) is a loner, and prone to incredible rages and dark moods. Cog actually volunteered to join the crew of the Wormwood, though his motives are currently unknown.

  • Rosie Cusswell

    Rosie is from Port Peril, and like the party was impressed onto the Wormwood’s crew. She has been on board 3 days prior to them and has already made her mark by threatening to chop off the hand of anyone who messes with her with her vicious handaxe. She …

  • Owlbear Hartshorn

    Mr. Plugg’s “pet,” a simpleminded, hulking brute called Owlbear Hartshorn, is usually kept belowdecks in the middle hold (area A6), but Plugg brings him out on special occasions, such as when he wants someone killed or taught a lesson. Owlbear’s a bit …

  • Ambrose "Fishguts" Kroop

    Most people think Ambrose “Fishguts” Kroop gets his nickname from the stains on his apron or the contents of his infamous stew, but few know he earned the sobriquet as a competitive eater in the low bars of Port Peril. As a young man, it was said that …

  • Brook Wavestrider

    Born to a fine and noble tradition of halfling cooks, Brook Kettlespot has never been happy with his lot in life. As he waited tables in his hometown, he listened to tales of life on the sea from merchant crew, salty fishermen and a few pirates. The …

  • Tragen

    Tragen grew up in a small fishing village on the coast. Everything was great until one day while fishing with his father on thier fishing boat. They were attacked by pirates who sunk thier boat. Tragen's father died but Tragen was able to make it back to …

  • Habbly 'Stitchman' Quarne

    Habbly Quarne, often referred to as ‘The Stitchman’ is the Ruby of Katheer‘s surgeon and carpenter. He looks after the health of the crew and the ship itself, repairing any damage to either with equal efficiency. Habbly has been on this boat for most of …

  • Moussa Al-Abbas

    A scoundrel, a rogue, a charming bastard, and a devil with a rapier. Just some of the appellations, nicknames and insults which have been attributed to Moussa Al-Abbas over the years. Moussa eventually found his way on board the Ruby of Katheer as Master …

  • Lavinia Vanderboren

    Lavinia is a naive young girl who recently lost her parents in a terrible boating fire "accident". Her brother Vanthus fled the city with grief after the incident, and she has been left to deal with the family debt. She hired both the Lotus Dragon's …

  • Rockgut

    Well it is a horrible story. You see I am from under the mountain, I owned a brewery with a bar attached it wasn't glamouros but it was me life. I was married but she was lost in an attack by drow years back. Then it was just me and my little girl Matilda …

  • Dougolas

    Coming from a long line of savage barbarian raggers he has been shunned for his low constitution. After years upon years of pre-mature jokes about his ability to rage throughout an entire battle he sought refuge by fleeing out to sea. Unfortunately the …

  • Skwisgaar Skwigelf

    Skwisgaar Skwigelf is a tall, slender Ulfen man, noticeable for his long, silky, flowing golden hair. He fancies himself a musician, claiming to be the "fastest mandolin player in the worlds," but has been unable to back up this boast in his time on the …

  • Hetfield

    Hetfield is a man of few words; most of those words are some variation on "AARRRRRGGGGHH!!!" Originally from Galt, he fled that war-ravaged land a step ahead of a vengeful mob, lusting to take his head for some atrocity that stood out even in the midst …

  • Gruff "Stoneplank" Murdock

    "Stoneplank" Murdock is the descendent of a long line of dwarven scalawags, drunks, and roustabouts, kicked out of the Five Kings Mountains centuries ago for being an insult to the collective reputation of the dwarven race. They took to the sea, but kept …