Animal People —  Otherworlders / Creatures

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Brief Defining DescriptionEdit

An ancient race of people who can assume an animal shape.

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About / DetailsEdit

Animal People, they can fine-tune the details of their human appearance, changing their apparent age and overall look. Presumably, they can do the same with their animal skins.

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Connections (characters, places) Edit

Name What Connection
Cody, aka Dogface, Old Coyote
Joe Crazy Dog half-breed of both clan Corbae and Canid;
Rookery Corbae Residence
Crow Girls Maida and Zia claim to live in the elm tree in the backyard, and it is more than likely true
Lucius Portsmouth, Raven one of the first of the First People lives in the third floor apartment along with Chloë Graine;
Chloë Graine leader in Raven's place lives in the third floor apartment along with Raven
Rory Crowther writer and jeweller; only human resident rents the first-floor apartment; gets a break on rent for looking after Raven in his passive state & running household errands; 5'10";
Annabel Blue, "Annie" jay Corbae, and a punk-folksinger rents one of the second-floor apartments, and runs Uneasy Records out of said apartment.
Brandon Cole Corbae, young black man, tall and handsome. He is a saxophone player rents the upper of the two small apartments in the carriage house in the backyard
The Aunts Corbae, two elderly sisters, gardeners and water-colorists rent the bottom half of the carriage house
Kerry Madan moves in beginning of Someplace to Be Flying.
Jack Daw
Wild Crow Boys
Bogan Boys
Joe Crazy Dog half-breed of both clan Corbae and Canid

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