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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: He makes a point of being decidedly unimpressed by any human (though it is hinted that Longthinker a.k.a. Lord Albion, has his respect), and it is notable when in ''Windlass'' when he ''is'' genuinely impressed: specifically, when Gwen responds to being informed that the party is being tailed by a {{Mook}} of one of the major gangs in the habble (and of how powerful said gangs are) by spinning around, firing a gauntlet blast just past the guy's ear, and informing him in icy cold tones to let his masters know that they are ''not prey''. He can't find anything to fault in it, unlike most of the party's actions, and is actually stunned by that.
** He also, after only a few days acquaintance, [[spoiler: gives Grimm the cat name of 'Grim Ship-Trees']]. This is deeply rare, usually the result of years of acquaintance, and ''very'' SeriousBusiness among cats, with Bridget being genuinely astonished.



* AFatherToHisMen: Emotionally attached to them like a father, too. Deliberately cultivates an air of being calm and in control, so as to keep his men's morale up. And he will see to it that his crew gets fed if he has to put on an chef's apron and cook dinner himself.

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* AFatherToHisMen: Emotionally attached to them like a father, too. Deliberately cultivates an air of being calm and in control, so as to keep his men's morale up. And he will see to it that his crew gets fed if he has to put on an chef's apron and cook dinner himself.himself... but only one that's more or less nourishing, thus attending to his crew's needs, while offering an unspoken rebuke to the senior crewmember who allowed it to happen and not encouraging the crew to want him to cook again.



* HiddenDepths: Everyone thinks Grimm's clever and brave; but over the course of book 1 he's revealed to possess even more guile, saviness (especially when reading people), and intelligence than he lets on. With a set of brass ones to match.

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* HiddenDepths: Everyone thinks Grimm's clever and brave; but over the course of book 1 he's revealed to possess even more guile, saviness savviness (especially when reading people), and intelligence than he lets on. With a set of brass ones to match.match.
* HonourBeforeReason: Accused of being/observed that he's prone to this by a number of characters. He responds to the offer of the plum position of flag-captain by his old friend Alex Bayard (who's an Admiral) - a position that would mean he'd be commander of the squadron's flagship, on the fast-track to an Admiralty - that he'd only accept it if the Fleet officially restored his commission and absolved him for the ''Perilous'' incident, which he is all but stated to have been a scapegoat for.
** The ''Perilous'' incident is also indicated to have been this, with it being remarked that he could have fought his dishonourable discharge - apparently on very reasonable grounds - but didn't for the sake of the Fleet.



* NeverLiveItDown: [[invoked]] Even the villains know he was kicked out of the Fleet for cowardice thanks to the NoodleIncident aboard the ''Perilous''. Grimm himself even remarks on it. Of course, as events prove, he is a very long way from being a coward, and it's hinted that he was pressured into taking the fall for the ''Perilous'' incident.
* NiceHat: He wears a well-maintained captain's hat and is rarely without it when is not in his cabin.[[note]]And he is depicted without it on the cover, to Jim's mild annoyance. Harry Dresden doesn't wear hats, but is drawn with them on the cover. Here it is the reverse.[[/note]]

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* NeverLiveItDown: [[invoked]] Even the villains know he was kicked out of the Fleet for cowardice thanks to the NoodleIncident aboard the ''Perilous''. Grimm himself even remarks on it. Of course, as events prove, he is a very long way from being a coward, and it's hinted that he was pressured into taking the fall for the ''Perilous'' incident.incident, when the real culprit was the scion of a very politically powerful family.
* NiceHat: He wears a well-maintained captain's hat and is rarely without it when is not in his cabin.[[note]]And he is depicted without it on the cover, to Jim's mild annoyance. Harry Dresden doesn't wear hats, but is drawn with them on the cover.cover (though that's mostly because it's become a RunningGag). Here it is the reverse.[[/note]]



* OfficerAndAGentleman: He was cashiered from the Fleet as a scapegoat.

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* OfficerAndAGentleman: He was cashiered from the Fleet as a scapegoat.scapegoat, yet continues to act the part. [[spoiler: It saves his life when dealing with Cavendish.]]




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* TheStrategist: He's an exceptionally talented commander, with his figuring out the true aim of the Auroran attack in a matter of moments in the midst of a firefight being described as putting him on a par with the legendary fleet admirals of the past. However, the person inwardly noting this, Gwen, initially considers it a reason to mistrust him, on the grounds that the alternative is that he was in on the attack and that she's been given very good reason to believe that there's an Albion mole in place working for the Aurorans - a profile that Grimm's reputation as a privateer captain of a scruffy ship who was cashiered by the Fleet for cowardice fits better than the tactical genius one. Once she gets to know him and sees him in action, she realises that he's not a mole and really is that good (his discharge having been politically motivated).



* CultureClash: Privateer vessels work differently from Fleet, so there's some friction as he expects the crew to act in strict accordance to regulations, and they... don't.

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* CultureClash: Privateer vessels work differently from Fleet, so there's some friction as he expects the crew to act in strict accordance to regulations, and they... don't. As the book goes on, he steadily adjusts.



* BigEater: Comes up repeatedly because of his increased metabolism, though he's somewhat ashamed of it. Unlike most examples it actually turns dangerous toward the end of the first book, when [[spoiler: he's recovering from a near-lethal poisoning. Bridget is warned not to interrupt him until he's eaten, as he might actually attack her.]]

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* BigEater: Comes up repeatedly because of his increased metabolism, though he's somewhat ashamed of it. Gwen, naturally, has none of it and more or less bullies/manipulates him into eating what he requires. Unlike most examples it actually turns dangerous toward the end of the first book, when [[spoiler: he's recovering from a near-lethal poisoning. Bridget is warned not to interrupt him until he's eaten, as he might actually attack her.]]



* NiceGuy: He's courteous, polite, and helpful, and very protective of his friends.

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* NiceGuy: He's courteous, polite, and helpful, and very protective of his friends.friends and family.



%%* BadassGrandpa

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%%* BadassGrandpa* BadassGrandpa: He's an old man who used to be a Fleet marine and is a powerful and highly intelligent Etherealist.



* BewareTheSillyOnes: Ferus is an almost stereotypical Etherealist--can't figure out doorknobs, sends his assistant on obviously ridiculous fetch quests, et cetera. However, if you invade his home... ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill.

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* BewareTheSillyOnes: Ferus is an almost stereotypical Etherealist--can't figure out doorknobs, sends his assistant on obviously ridiculous fetch quests, et cetera. However, if you invade his home... ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill. And if you threaten his apprentice and her friend, all the silliness will vanish in an instant.



* CompanionCube: Has a vast number of nearly-depleted lumen crystals she keeps as pets. She cannot directly address anyone other than these crystals. The only exceptions to this seem to be other etherealists, the Enemy, and Master Grimm on the deck of ''Predator''.

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* CompanionCube: Has a vast number of nearly-depleted lumen crystals she keeps as pets. She cannot directly address anyone other than these crystals. The only exceptions to this seem to be other etherealists, the Enemy, and Master Captain Grimm on the deck of ''Predator''.''Predator'', which itself has some extenuating circumstances - [[spoiler: she's mentally linked to the SapientShip in question.]]



The hereditary ruler of Spire Albion. Officially his position is mostly ceremonial, with the houses running the show. He has the final command of the Spirearch's Guard.

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The hereditary ruler of Spire Albion. Officially his His position is mostly ceremonial, with the houses running the show. [[MagnificentBastard Officially.]] He has the final command of the Spirearch's Guard.



* GoodIsNotSoft: It is at one pointed noted, by Grimm when he works out just how dangerous Addison is, that a book titled 'A History of Execution' is carefully placed in plain view on his desk.



* ObfuscatingStupidity: He hides his intellect behind a friendly, harmless appearance of a dotting old man who mostly just fills ceremonial functions.

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* ObfuscatingStupidity: He hides his intellect and ruthlessness behind a friendly, harmless appearance of a dotting dotty old man who mostly just fills ceremonial functions.



* AffablyEvil: Genuinely polite to Bridget and Folly when they're captured, and regretful when he has to hand them over to Cavendish.



* EvenEvilHasStandards: He dislikes Madame Cavendish, and considers killing her when his mission is done, relenting as the leaders of Spire Aurora find her too valuable. He refuses to have a captive fed to the silkweavers while alive.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: He dislikes Madame Cavendish, and considers killing her when his mission is done, relenting as the leaders of Spire Aurora find her too valuable. valuable - and he's not entirely sure that he could manage it before she retaliated. He also refuses to have a captive fed to the silkweavers while alive.alive.
* EvilCounterpart: To Grimm, being a skilled commander who's AFatherToHisMen and an OfficerAndAGentleman.
* OfficerAndAGentleman: A villainous variation, who's essentially just doing his job. The associated mannerisms help keep him alive around Cavendish.



!! Other
[[folder:Captain Ransom]]
!!Captain Calliope Ransom
The captain of the ''Mistshark'' and Grimm's wife.

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!! Other
[[folder:Captain Ransom]]
!!Captain Calliope Ransom
The captain of
[[folder: Ciriaco]]

!!Sergeant Ciriaco

A Warriorborn Auroran Sergeant, and Espira's de facto second-in-command, being
the ''Mistshark'' most featured villainous character after Cavendish and Grimm's wife.Espira.




* BeastMan: As with all other Warriorborn.
* DueToTheDead: Acknowledges Benedict's request to remember him when it looks like Benedict will have to die in exchange for sparing Gwen and Bridget (on the grounds that he's too dangerous for even Ciriaco to contain while occupied with the other two, let alone carry out his mission).
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Quietly all but begs Espira not to ask him to send a living man 'up the ropes' to be EatenAlive.
** He also has a very sincere and rooted objection to rape, taking a moment to inform Bridget - who was his prisoner and had assumed that she would be 'raped and murdered' - that he'd gut any man who laid a hand on her, and if that she did have to die, he'd kill her quickly and cleanly.
* EvilCounterpart: To Benedict, though he's a PunchClockVillain at worst.
* FantasticRacism: On the receiving end, as indicated by Espira's thoughts when he briefly wishes that he was a Warriorborn like Ciriaco with the associated stamina, before noting that if he were, he wouldn't have reached officer rank.
* MercyKill: To the young verminocitor who had stumbled across the Auroran encampment and was to be sent 'up the ropes.'
* PunchClockVillain: He's just doing his job, freely acknowledging that he's a murderer, and has no particular malice for any of the heroes, even after Gwen blows the head off the young Lieutenant he'd been mentoring, recognising that they're doing their jobs.
* SergeantRock: Functions as this to Espira's smooth officer, and it's indicated that he used to TheMentor to Espira.

[[/folder]]

!! Other
[[folder:Captain Ransom]]
!!Captain Calliope Ransom
The captain of the ''Mistshark'' and Grimm's ex-wife.
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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: For all her flaws, she actually does care about Grimm (and ''Predator'' which was once her home), [[spoiler:As she tries to get Grimm to leave on a job so him and Predator are not there when the time will come for her to destroy the docks. She also fires upon the ship last even though the ''Predator'' was closest to her position when her attack happened]].
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Grim notes that [[spoiler:her attack on Landing's port wouldn't including attacking civilians or non-merchant ships and non-Fleet ships. She does only target legitimate targets that can help in Albion's economy or defense]].
* ExtendedDisarming: She deliberately doesn't leave her weapons behind when boarding ''Predator''...just because it'll annoy Grimm to have to deal with her that much longer.

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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: For all her flaws, she actually does care about Grimm (and ''Predator'' ''Predator'', which was once her home), [[spoiler:As she tries to get Grimm to leave on a job so him and Predator ''Predator'' are not there when the time will come for her to destroy the docks. She also fires upon the ship last even though the ''Predator'' was closest to her position when her attack happened]].
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Grim Grimm notes that [[spoiler:her attack on Landing's port wouldn't including attacking civilians or non-merchant ships and non-Fleet ships. She When she does attack, she only target targets legitimate targets that can help in Albion's economy or defense]].
* ExtendedDisarming: She deliberately doesn't leave her weapons behind when boarding ''Predator''... just because it'll annoy Grimm to have to deal with her that much longer.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Crosses over with HeroicBSOD. [[spoiler: While escaping from the burning Temple of the Way, Bridget beats an Auroran Marine to death with her bare hands. This haunts her at the end of the book.]]



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--> '''Gwen''': Which one is that?\\
'''Journeyman''': Well, that there is one of the brand-new Mark-IV D power crystals.\\
'''Gwen''': Yes, I know. Which one is it?


* RummageSaleReject: Attention is given to her way of dressing - apart from the mismatched socks and candy-cane hair, Folly spends much of the first book wearing a yellow dress and way too many handkerchiefs tied on her arms.



-->'''Grimm:''' I say that you are are a manipulative son of a bitch, sire.
-->'''Addison:''' Each and every day of the week.

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-->'''Grimm:''' I say that you are are a manipulative son of a bitch, sire.
-->'''Addison:'''
sire.\\
'''Addison:'''
Each and every day of the week.



* AxCrazy: She hides it under a ''very'' rigid demeanour of old-school courtesy, but everyone can tell she's violently insane within seconds of meeting her.
* CloudCuckooLander: {{Averted}}. This is a very bad sign, since there are only two kinds of etherealists: Cloudcuckoolander and AxCrazy.

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* AxCrazy: She hides it under a ''very'' rigid demeanour of old-school courtesy, but everyone can tell she's violently insane within seconds of meeting her.
her. Compare, for example, Folly's endaringly weird way of dress with her immaculate lavender grey gown.
* CloudCuckooLander: {{Averted}}. This is a very bad sign, since there are only two kinds of etherealists: Cloudcuckoolander and AxCrazy.



* GrayEyes: used to symbolize her cold, relentless, and inhuman nature.
* TheManInFrontOfTheMan: it's revealed that, beyond being an Auroran agent, [[spoiler: she is working for an unknown but incredibly powerful being.]]
* MindRape: Her weapon of choice seems to be a psychic attack so severe that it's victims claw out their own eyes.

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* GrayEyes: used Used to symbolize her cold, relentless, and inhuman nature.
* TheManInFrontOfTheMan: it's It's revealed that, beyond being an Auroran agent, [[spoiler: she is working for an unknown but incredibly powerful being.]]
* MindRape: Her weapon of choice seems to be a psychic attack so severe that it's its victims claw out their own eyes.


* NotSoDifferent: While Gwen at first overlooks the cats, vaguely recognising them as somewhat intelligent, but not on human levels (when in fact, they very much are), before Benedict sets her straight, personality wise she's actually got the most in common with them. The stubborn pride that borders on arrogance, tendency to rewrite history to show her in a better light, hyper-sensitivity to insults, somewhat forceful application of good intentions, a supreme dislike of being "inadequate", and an immediate and violent response to threats (something which stuns and actually impresses Rowl)... all are traits primarily displayed by cat characters.

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* NotSoDifferent: While Gwen at first overlooks the cats, vaguely recognising recognizing them as somewhat intelligent, but not on human levels (when in fact, they very much are), before Benedict sets her straight, personality wise she's actually got the most in common with them. The stubborn pride that borders on arrogance, tendency to rewrite history to show her in a better light, hyper-sensitivity to insults, somewhat forceful application of good intentions, a supreme dislike of being "inadequate", and an immediate and violent response to threats (something which stuns and actually impresses Rowl)... all are traits primarily displayed by cat characters.



Gwen's cousin, a warriorborn of House Lancaster. He's a few years later, and helps her fit into the Spirearch's Guard. He mostly does this by training her, then laughing at her.

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Gwen's cousin, a warriorborn of House Lancaster. He's a few years later, older, and helps her fit into the Spirearch's Guard. He mostly does this by training her, then laughing at her.


* BlueBlood: She comes from one of the politically highest houses with old and noble traditions. That said, she isn't afraid of getting her hands dirty when working on matters.



* BlueBlood: She comes from one of the politically highest houses with old and noble traditions. That said, she isn't afraid of getting her hands dirty when working on matters.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She's arrogant, a bit of a ControlFreak, not always the best with people in general (by her own admittance), and frequently blunt to the point of rudeness. However, she is also kind (well, she does her best, even if she isn't always very good at it), has a supreme distaste for bullies, loyal to and protective of her friends, and extremely brave. She's also got an increasing degree of self-awareness.



** She's dismissive of Captain Grimm and clashes with him. Even refusing to acknowledge he and his crew [[spoiler:saved them from the Aurorans]] by re-interpreting the events as some sort of master plan on her part that he just happened to be a part of. Because she can't accept the idea that she was out of her depth and that she was saved by a man cast out from the navy for cowardice. Benedict and Bridget both disagree with her assessment, the former even [[IRejectYourReality accusing Gwen of living in a separate reality from the rest of them]].

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** She's initially dismissive of Captain Grimm and clashes with him. Even him, even refusing to acknowledge he and his crew [[spoiler:saved them from the Aurorans]] by re-interpreting the events as some sort of master plan on her part that he just happened to be a part of. Because This is partly because she can't accept the idea that she was out of her depth and that she was saved by a man cast out from the navy for cowardice. Benedict and Bridget both disagree with her assessment, the former even [[IRejectYourReality accusing Gwen of living in a separate reality from the rest of them]]. However, the other part of her motive is a more reasonable suspicion that Grimm had something to do with the attack, on the grounds that she'd already run into Auroran agents in disguise as Albion soldiers, has every reason to suspect that there's at least one Auroran traitor in Spire Albion, and that anyone who could figure out the Aurorans' tactical aims in attacking the Lancaster vattery was either in on it, or a tactician on par with the legendary Admirals of the past - which, since he was drummed out of the Fleet for cowardice, seems extremely unlikely. After she gets to know him better and observes him at close quarters, realising a) that he's not a traitor, b) that he really is just that good, she defrosts considerably.
* NotSoDifferent: While Gwen at first overlooks the cats, vaguely recognising them as somewhat intelligent, but not on human levels (when in fact, they very much are), before Benedict sets her straight, personality wise she's actually got the most in common with them. The stubborn pride that borders on arrogance, tendency to rewrite history to show her in a better light, hyper-sensitivity to insults, somewhat forceful application of good intentions, a supreme dislike of being "inadequate", and an immediate and violent response to threats (something which stuns and actually impresses Rowl)... all are traits primarily displayed by cat characters.


* StiffUpperLip: He maintains this in his role of captain, seeming [[TheStoic always in control and calm]], even when he's inwardly panicking.

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* StiffUpperLip: He maintains this in his role of captain, seeming [[TheStoic always in control and calm]], even when he's inwardly panicking.
panicking. He later confesses to Gwen after the events of the book, give him a week or so and he will be a gibbering mess as he deals with all the guilt of the men dying under his command and the horrors he saw this time. For now, he has his duties to do.


* BlueBlood: She comes from one of the politically highest houses with old and noble traditions. That said, she isn't afraid of getting her hands dirty when working on matters.



* LadyOfAdventure: She considers herself this, being extremely well mannered and priding herself on it. Others disagree with the 'lady' part(see CuttingTheKnot).

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* LadyOfAdventure: She considers herself this, being extremely well mannered and priding herself on it. Others disagree with the 'lady' part(see part (see CuttingTheKnot).



** She's dismissive of Captain Grimm and clashes with him. Even refusing to acknowledge he and his crew [[spoiler:saved them from the Aurorans]] by re-interpreting the events as some sort of master plan on her part that he just happened to be a part of. Because she can't accept the idea that she was out of her depth and that she was saved by a man cast out from the navy for cowardice. Benedict and Bridget both disagree with her assessment, the former even [[[IRejectYourReality accusing Gwen of living in a separate reality from the rest of them]].

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** She's dismissive of Captain Grimm and clashes with him. Even refusing to acknowledge he and his crew [[spoiler:saved them from the Aurorans]] by re-interpreting the events as some sort of master plan on her part that he just happened to be a part of. Because she can't accept the idea that she was out of her depth and that she was saved by a man cast out from the navy for cowardice. Benedict and Bridget both disagree with her assessment, the former even [[[IRejectYourReality [[IRejectYourReality accusing Gwen of living in a separate reality from the rest of them]].



* ReligiousBruiser: He's a follower of the ways and a veteran Spirearch Guard.

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* ReligiousBruiser: He's a follower of the ways Ways and a veteran Spirearch Guard.




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* ThinkNothingOfIt: His attitude when the Spirearch talks about some of his previous missions in service to the Guard, including one when he was badly injured.


[[folder: Madame Cavendish]]

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[[folder: Madame [[folder:Madame Cavendish]]

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** Getting her pride insulted almost leads her to challenge someone she didn't know to be the Spirearch himself to a duel.

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* ManipulativeBastard: Called such by Grimm.
-->'''Grimm:''' I say that you are are a manipulative son of a bitch, sire.
-->'''Addison:''' Each and every day of the week.


* {{Pride}}: Gwen's greatest flaw. She's from the most noble of Albion's houses, and the heiress of the house. This has left Gwen is a large amount of pride, which motivates her, for good and for ill. Most of the first book's arc for her involves her moving beyond her pride and recognize both her shortcomings and limitations, and that sometimes others really do know better.
** Her first chapter, with her leaving to join the Spirarch's Guard, is motivated by her pride, convinced that she knows so much about crystals that she'd get nothing more to learn from a classical education. She's not entirely wrong.
** Upon joining the guard, the narration notes how Gwen's pride is hurt by noticing how her education and general fitness is lacking compared to some of the other members of the guard - that Gwen has trouble with suddenly being "inadequate"
** Her pride pushes her to interact in Bridgets' behalf when she clashed with Reginald Astor - Gwen's pride already having been wounded by how he gawked at her during training and the aforementioned feeling of inadequacy during training. She inadvertently ended up making things worse, since now Reginald having been humiliated in front of a Lancaster had no choice BUT to demand satisfaction. Through the book, Bridget pushes Gwen to stop assuming she knows whats best for everyone.
** She's dismissive of Captain Grimm and clashes with him. Even refusing to acknowledge he and his crew [[spoiler:saved them from the Aurorans]] by re-interpreting the events as some sort of master plan on her part that he just happened to be a part of. Because she can't accept the idea that she was out of her depth and that she was saved by a man cast out from the navy for cowardice. Benedict and Bridget both disagree with her assessment, the former even [[[IRejectYourReality accusing Gwen of living in a separate reality from the rest of them]].



!!Master Ferus

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!!Master Efferus Effrenus Ferus


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* MultipleChoiceFuture: Claims to have the ability to see the various futures before him. Folly fully believes he does. Some of the actions he takes imply he really can do that [[note]]When healing Grimm, makes a point to give him a coat of fine Ethersilk - which is resistant to gauntlet fire. Later that same day Grimm gets in a firefight, takes a direct hit, and is uninjured thanks to the jacket[[/note]]- though he does admit sometimes being surprised by futures he didn't see coming.


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* MultipleChoiceFuture: Like he master, she can predict possible futures, but she is far less skilled at it.


* TallDarkAndHandsome: Handsome is in dispute, but he is described as being extremely tall and dark-haired.

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* TallDarkAndHandsome: Handsome is in dispute, but he He is described as being extremely tall and dark-haired.
dark-haired. When seen from Bridget's perspective he is described as handsome.


* ControlFreak: Her critical flaw - Gwen often wants to help and take control of situations, assuming she's the smartest or most qualified to "help". Twice she tries to help Bridget, once making matters worse by her mere presence, the other time almost sabotaging Bridget's attempt to negotiate with the Aurorans. By the end of the book, Gwen shows awareness of this tendency.



!! Captain Francis Madison Grimm of the Albion Aetherium Fleet

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!! Captain Francis Madison Grimm of the Albion Aetherium Merchant Fleet


%%* CoolAirship: Naturally.

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%%* * CoolAirship: Naturally.Naturally. By the start of the ship, Predator has such a reputation as a privateer vessel, the Aurorans deployed ''their best battlecruiser'' to take her out.



* BigGood: For the citizens of Spire Albion. He will do most anything to protect them.

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* BigGood: BigGood:
**
For the citizens of Spire Albion. He will do most anything to protect them.them.
** He shows a direct interest in House Tagwynn's continued existence, acting behind the scene to make sure Rowl can legally be Bridget's second, and indirectly remarks to Gwen his desire that the duel doesn't go badly for the Tagwynns. Gwen immediately realises the remark is intended to be an order.


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* CrazyPrepared: He has Rowl declared a citizen by a judge, and a copy of the judgement given to the master-at-arms, in anticipation of Reginald raising an objection to his being Bridget's second in their duel (Only Citizens in good standing can be Seconds).
* DontCallMeSir: He dislikes being called "Sir" or by titles. He repeatedly tries to get Gwen to call him "Addison" with mixed results.

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