A general of the Sun during the First War, responsible for nearly getting Imn killed.
Bardsey Island: Merlin’s home, location of his glass tower, and numerous shennanigans. Belongs, technically, to Wales.
A human who happens to also be a monster-hunter.
Barton Smith was the director of the West Branch of the Association before Charles Iskinder. He spent years studying the twins, Elsa and Kai, and his interactions with them changed him for the better.
A city in the world of The Sundered known for violence and aggression
The mysterious and deadly water that covered the world at the same time the Sundered Ones appeared, four hundred years before Harry Iskinder came onto the scene.
Bone collectors are a species of wild animal that populates the worlds of The Darkness, primarily Umbra.
His official titles are Prince of Umbra, Lord of Crows, Echelon of Darkness, and Heir to the Darkseed, and he likes to pretend to be a Hollywood-handsome-rogue-pirate.
What remains of the Saqalu.
They still wield the awesome power they always did, but they are no longer… stable.
The grandchild of Kanon the Raven King, Cadmin was a friend and companion of Notte in ancient Kemet.
The circle of protection created by the wings of the Broken.
Five southern-most cities in the world of the Sundered, the island-cities curve like a row of dirty pearls on the edge of deep water.
A creature cobbled together from dead bodies and designed to carry plague.
Once a doomed prophetess from ancient Greece cursed to always be correct but disbelieved, her soul is now caught and held in a clam’s half-shell called an Echostone.
The date when Earth reached one hundred percent uninhabitable status for carbon-based life.
Centaurs are a race of horse-humanoid beings with a special affinity for chemistry.
The Cherufe is a magma and rock being, similar to a Golem in that its consciousness is lent to it from its maker, and when its body is destroyed, it ceases to exist entirely.
See Night Child.
The blood of Cronus, pure, raw, and unfiltered time.
Resembling a human female with brown or dark blue skin and long, glossy hair, Ciguapa are a semi-aquatic and female-only species. Their knees bend backwards, and their feet resemble curved hands.
Fairies who have chosen to live in cities built by the larger beings of the Mythos, working jobs and having their own keys and credit cards and friends.