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XXV. Assembling the Cast - Nells Turnbull

Nells Turnbull by Geng Gendall

     Most working the FeSky mine signed up for it directly or had their contracts sold to FeSky after failing to fulfill their original contract. Nells is Tracted because his only other choice was execution. He won’t say what he did to merit the death or contract choice, but nobody is given that option for minor transgressions. Slightly built, agile and clever Nells has wormed out a place among the other miners through lies, manipulation and connections that let him get rare specialty items through illicit means.
     Nobody would go so far as to call him a friend or say that they trust him, but he has a knack for uncovering secrets and using them to get more freedom of movement and chances to slack off. Though he is despised, the other residents tolerate Nells because of his ability to get contraband into the mine for the right price. The prods see him as a useful tool. He is willing to curry favor by informing on his fellows with very limited provocation. This image is one he encourages. While he has made a place for himself among the Tracted, Nells would prefer freedom to his time in the mines and unlike some would have contacts and the ability to disappear into the dark underworld of criminals avoiding corporate entanglements.

Nells Turnbull
Core: Actions 3 Move: 3 Wounds: 3
Combat: Shoot: 5 Melee: 5 Strength: 5 Agility: 5
Brain: Intellect: 5 Perception: 4 Psyche: 5 Medic: 5
Social: Lead: 6 Dealing: 5
Intangible: Recovery: 5 Faith: 5

Equipment: Shovel, Knife.
Special Rules: Nimble.

By Rob Ferrick with Nick Baran.

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