“I’ve seen it in my dreams. The last great city millions [illegible]. There [illegible section] wear purple [illegible section] the flesh and memories of the dead. "Until at the end [illegible section] with the Charnel God. We are not the shepherds of the flock, but their afterlife.”
-Handwritten note found in the segregation unit of Holman Correctional Facility, Atmore, AL.
STR 10, CON 9, DEX 10, INT 14, POW 9, CHA 13
Alertness 40, Melee 40, HUMINT 60, Law 60, Persuade 50, Occult 20, Unnatural 40
Because Ghouls are ageless they must occasionally artificially inject new blood into their clans. One of the ways they accomplish this is by swapping one of their infants with that of a human. One of these Ghoul children raised by humans is Allan Martin. Martin both looks like and for most of his life believed he was a human. His whole life he has been plagued with dreams of subterranean corpse-eaters and the priests of a city in the far-flung future. As he got older the dreams only grew stronger and he felt more and more disconnected with the people around him.
Eventually Allan was driven to drug use. He was arrested after shooting a man during a robbery while trying to feed his addiction and was sent to Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore, Al. After assaulting another inmate Allan was put in solitary confinement and has been stuck there for years. His mental state has completely deteriorated. A handler could use Martin as a source of information (not all of which needs be true) in a game. The agents would have to go and visit him in the prison’s seg unit. This scene should be described in an appropriately horrifying manner: prisoners should bang on their cell doors and scream at the agents, Allan should speak in a disjointed way and have injuries consistent with self-harm.