Adam is a Guardian – specifically, of the Broken. He’s quite mad, but all the Broken are.
One of Notte’s currently living nine “first-born” children – that is, a vampire he made himself. She was made approximately 200 BC.
An impossibility. Half-Broken, half-Ever-Dying, it seems he was conceived in a dream.
A prince of the People of the Sun, Amun is the great grandson of Notte’s oldest friend, Imn.
Apple is Kin. Influential in Notte’s life and one of Horse’s rescues, she helped teach Notte during his time in the city of Az’Kabek.
One of the most important cities of Notte’s youth and the last bastion of safety against the ravages of the First War.
See the Saqalu and the Broken.
What remains of the Saqalu.
They still wield the awesome power they always did, but they are no longer… stable.
The circle of protection created by the wings of the Broken.
A creature cobbled together from dead bodies and designed to carry plague.
See Night Children.
The blood of Cronus, pure, raw, and unfiltered time.
A flame that burns with heat, but no light.
Death’s little sister, she is one of the ancient race of beings known as gods.
Dolan was Fey, and Mab’s one-time partner in the creation of the Salted Road. He was the first to craft the Scepter, and the first leader of what became the Seelie Fey.
The light cast by a handful of world-ending spells.
Some of the most dangerous beings among the Mythos, and not just because of physical size and strength.
The first Night Child Notte ever created and his greatest love.
Beasts of burden which Notte described as almost like elephants, but not quite. Used heavily in battle, they were driven to extinction in the course of the First War.
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John Barron Grey, né John Barron MacCarrig, son of Owen MacCarrig, son of Leith of the Stone, son of Eithne the Offspring of Stars, daughter of Mab: runaway Unseelie prince and heir to The Throne.