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Steven Petrov - Director of the Plano safe house.
Calif N'ar - believed to be older than The Society and possibly older than
civilization, the Calif is an enigma. His powers are poorly understood.
At times he works directly to effect mankind, yet at other times he seems
to be almost ignorant of mankind's presence. He rarely presents a
direct threat, but rather seems to reflexively promote mayhem. There
is some concern that he is simply so powerful a Creature that his very
presence promotes the manifestation of the Unknown. It appears that
when he does actively work among man, his purpose is to corrupt humans,
helping them learn the powers of the Evil Way and putting them on the road
to self-damnation. He usually carefully selects powerful and intelligent
figures, so these activities present a very real danger.
Thomas Jackson - Thomas is a proficient broker. The only problem
is that his merchandise tends to be guns, drugs, and people, dead or alive.
He has been known to work with the Unknown. Recently, he and one
Dr. Gerstein had tried to use captive Ghouls to grow biological weapons,
by providing them "food" (dead bodies) and then occasionally harvesting
the diseases from a select Ghoul. This was a particularly unpleasant
process since Ghoul bodies dissipate into a noxious vapor when they die,
so Dr. Gerstein was vivisecting Ghouls to accomplish his ends. Their
plan was compromised in mid-May by the Society before completion.
Willhelm Gerstein, M.D. (license revoked) - very much the mad doctor, Dr.
Gerstein seeks to intimately understand the Unknown. Dr. Gerstein's
most recent endeavor was causing Ghouls to manifest so that he could better
understand the subtle differences between corporeal and incorporeal Creatures.
Because Ghoul bodies dissipate when they are slain, Willhelm used vivisection
to accomplish his ends. He was recruited by Thomas Jackson in April/May
of 1992 in an attempt to harvest novel bioweapons from the disease ridden
Ghouls. Their plan was compromised in mid-May by the Society before
completion. Dr. Gerstein was placed in Society custody as of May