The People of Seattle

This post will be updated with important recurring NPCs as they are introduced into the game.

Lorry
Large even for a troll, a fine specimen of what genes and a gym membership can do for you.¬†Lorry works out hard to make up for the time he spends sitting around, which, as a getaway driver, is a lot of time. Although originally from London – his cockney baritone is a dead giveaway – he’s become a regular face in the Seattle shadows. A fan of western trids, he packs a Ruger Warhawk just in case, but otherwise he prefers to man the wheel and wait out the bulk of a run. He also keeps a grenade launcher in the back of his van, you know, just in case.

Saint Stalker
A bright eyed young human woman with pale tawny skin and chestnut hair worn in a pixie cut. She dresses with a utilitarian style, favouring urban camo patterns, plenty of pockets, a hood for good measure, but the intimidation factor of her military style dress is offset by a constant friendly smile. Saint Stalker speaks well and fast, with a vaguely french accent. Her weaponry of choice includes an Ares Desert Strike sniper rifle and a heavy pistol on her hip. Saint Stalker is a Shadow runner of little repute but apparently great skill for her age.

George Hampton
A well-dressed middle aged white man with tired eyes framed by silver rimmed glasses that match his silver hair. He carries himself like a well worn but well paid wage slave, but visible tattoos peeking out from his collar and a collection of jewellery with animalistic engravings suggest more. George is a talismongre who previously owned a store in the barrens, but is now living somewhere in Snohomish.

Joe?
A hulking troll with dark blue-tinged skin and one horn wearing a jumpsuit that says Joe, apparently runs Joe’s Garage out of Auburn. Joe – or maybe it’s Greg – offers his services as a mechanic and vehicle fence to Shadowrunners with the emotional fortitude to endure a conversation with him. Joe is ill tempered, impatient, and greedy, but if you can look beneath the surface you’ll find he smells pretty bad, too.

One comment on “The People of Seattle
  1. Sunny says:

    Lorry is totally arctic. When the drek hits the fan, you know you can count on him.

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