Betrayal, Madness & Regret
Humphrey van Allen – Male, mid-50s, American
He is the architect who assisted Augustus Endicott during the two-decade-long eccentric expansion of his mansion.
Maighréad MacCrumb – Female, mid-30s, Scottish (Reserved)
Augustus’ groundskeeper for the last decade. Took over from her father.
Ayita (Endicott) – Female, early-40s, Anglo-Cherokee (Reserved)
She appeared out of nowhere with documents purporting to prove she is the daughter of Augustus Endicott.
Elizabeth Blanche Endicott Young – Female, early-50s, American
Eldest legitimate child of Augustus. A hard-driving businesswoman, she is a VP in Endicott Armaments.
Henry Bradford Endicott – Male, late-40s, American (Reserved)
Second child of Augustus Endicott. Unambitious dilettante.
Phillip Endicott Young – Male, early-20s, American (Reserved)
Eldest grandchild of Augustus Endicott, son of Elizabeth Blanche. Spent a lot of time with Augustus during his teens. Studies Engineering at MIT.
Peter Willis Endicott - Male, mid-60s, American (Reserved)
The younger brother of Augustus Endicott. Stern and disapproving…of just about anyone or anything.
Iris Octavia Endicott – Female, mid-50s, American
The youngest sibling of Augustus. She has lived a wild and adventurous life as a minor theater producer, spending a great deal of time in Europe. She is a carefree bon vivant.
Redfield Proctor – Male, early-70s, American
The former U.S. Secretary of War and an old friend of Augustus. He and Augustus had a falling out and haven’t spoken for years.
Cornelius Harshalder – Male, late-50s, American
The chairman of Endicott’s holding company, responsible for the success of Endicott’s various companies over the last twenty years. Wrestled control of the corporation away from Augustus in a shareholder revolt.
Meara O’Keefe – Female, mid-30s, Irish
A sergeant in the Dedham, Massachusetts police department.
Ernest Arthur Markham – Male, early-50s, American (Reserved)
The CEO of Volcanic Repeating Arms, a rival to Endicott Armaments.
Charity Evans – Female, mid-40s, American (Reserved)
Professor of Applied Physics at MIT and part-time weapons designer for the Endicott Armaments Corporation.
Antonio Martinka – Male, mid-40s, German (Reserved)
He is the proprietor of the notorious, and eponymous, magic shop in New York City. He is a famous spiritualist and magician.
Penelope Frances Endicott - Female, early-30s, American (Reserved)
Augustus’s third and last wife.
Abigail Powers – Female, mid-40s, American (Reserved)
Personal physician to the late Augustus Endicott and several other prominent Boston “Brahmin” families.
Roderick Burns – Male, mid-40s, American (Reserved)
A notorious Alienist who treats the mental and emotional disorders of wealthy patrons using mesmerism and psychoanalysis.
Horace Wilkins – Male, mid-40s, American (Reserved)
The eternally disgruntled neighbor of Augustus Endicott.
Enrico Caruso – Male, mid-30s, Italian
World famous tenor. Currently engaged with the New York City Metropolitan Opera.
Earnest Earlsby – Male, early-60s, American
The mayor of Dedham Massachusetts. Amateur occultist and professional conspiracy theorist.