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The four people of highest authority in the Rural division of the Cardians. Each is the overall boss of their respective suits: Hearts, Diamonds, Spades and Clubs.

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    Aubry Lafleur 

♠ | 38 | Human | Unknown

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The elder twin of Chaney, and the Ace of Spades for the Rural division. She also seems to be one of the people in charge of the entire division, alongside Hellings. Not all that much is known about her, due to two total interactions with her by Player Characters.

  • Beneath the Mask: When severe incidents occur that affect Aubry personally, as well as those close to her, there are cracks in her stoic facade.
  • Good Is Not Nice: As a cornerstone of the Cardians, she made this clear to the Player Characters when Natalie asked why she hadn't been more open with them. See the above quote.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Melancholic.
  • Hidden Depths: Despite her outward stoic appearance, there are some things that affect her with varying levels of depth.
  • Ice Queen: Invoked.
  • Improbable Age: Aubry is not only incredibly mature but also the ultimate leader of the division. She's also achieved the highest rank in a suit associated with knowledge, education, and intelligence.
    • However, clues indicate that this may be a case of her being older than she looks.
      • It has been confirmed, by Aubry herself to Sal, that she and Chaney suffer from a growth hormone disorder.
  • Little Miss Badass: An implied example, but the fact that a young girl managed to become the head of a division of a criminal organisation that fights monsters means that she must have earned it.
  • Out-Gambitted: After the Player Characters kill her while Vayne is possessing her, it's revealed that Vayne tried to possess Chany mid-fight, but failed; Vayne managed to remove memories about Bo and his true nature that would haven proven vital to understanding his situation and what to do about it. Further more, through the spirit stones Aubry left for the team discovered in Season 3, she explains to Sal and Theo and Vayne had baited them all, including her, away from bloodsoil, allowing it to further develop.
  • Pet the Dog: Has this moment whenever she promotes someone. It first happened with Lemons, Henderson and Theo after they discovered the origin of the toothed crow, and then with Natalie after both her defusing of an increasingly venomous and quickly spreading argument among the Cardians and her public admission to snooping through confidential Cardians files.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Chaney's Red.
  • Taking You with Me: Her endgame plan against Vayne. See below.
  • Thanatos Gambit: Because of the spirit of Vayne only being able to possess her descendants, to try and defeat her once and for all, Aubry drew the spirit to her to get possessed, so that if she is killed, Vayne's spirit would die too.
  • The Spock: As one should expect from the Ace of Spades, Aubry is highly methodical in her tactics and delegation of tasks, but the cold, surgical manner in which she does so, with particular regards to information, has rubbed more than one Cardian raw.
  • The Stoic: Much more reserved and lacking in outward emotion than any of the Aces, and especially so compared to the other Cardians within the division.
  • Tranquil Fury: Due to her lack of outward emotional range, this was the result when Lemons questioned her leadership publicly and attempted to outright shame her in front of as many people as possible for leaving them in the dark a lot of the time, which partially resulted in the Player Characters possibly being infected by a deadly disease.
    • In a later session, Aubry further displayed her capacity for this by calmly telling Sal to leave the room after he threw some books at Chaney, one of which hit hard enough to bruise and draw blood.
  • Women Are Wiser: Easily the most intelligent of any of the Cardians, which isn't surprising given her Suit and her position. This is zig-zagged however, as her priorities are largely town-focused, meaning that sometimes other problems are either ignored or left to someone else (potentially less capable) to make the key decisions.

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    Matthew Hellings, Sr. 
♣ | 46 | Human | Unknown

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"...Count the scars on your allies and tell me they weren't worth a hand..."

The Rural division's Ace of Clubs, Hellings is a gruff, no-nonsense man, who knows how to get the job done. He also seems to be one of the more senior of the Aces, alongside Aubry.

  • An Axe to Grind: Used one to kill the vampire Natalie some time after she'd bitten and fed on Tomoe. It hangs in his office, and is ready to use in a variety of situations, from self-defense to punctuating a point, as Tomoe found out.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: This is to be expected, due to Hellings being the overall boss of the combat-oriented section of the division. It largely stands true, as well, as Hellings is the most capable member of the whole division in any combat situation.
  • Badass Longcoat: A distinctive part of his uniform when in the field.
  • Consummate Professional: Considers his orders, and by extension the orders of Aces, absolute, with a clear code of conduct in his practices and his demeanour within the Cardians.
    • Not So Above It All: As of the mansion roleplay session, he joined in on the game of "Two Truths and a Lie" that Lemons proposed to everyone, much to everyone's surprise. He would even smirk deviously when his lies were successful. He also joined in on giving Theo a comforting group hug after he heard about his home situation and decided what to do about it.
  • Death Glare: Has a very effective one, as the Player Characters found out after they returned after curfew had been imposed, and in the Finale after mass disobedience.
  • Fantastic Racism: Shares Sal's belief that all supernatural entities are monstrosities that should be killed.
  • Forgiven, but Not Forgotten: After the first Player Character mission, and Tomoe volunteering himself to take the blame for the insubordination and resulting casualties, Hellings had a one-on-one talk with him about his actions and their consequences; four days of house arrest for Tomoe, under the watch of Henderson and Natalie. Hellings also made it clear that physical harm would likely be the next step if Tomoe repeated his actions.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Choleric.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: Has a pair of brass knuckles to use, and as the Ace of Clubs, resorts to them if without his axe or a gun, as Henderson found out in Part 1 of the Season 1 Finale.
  • Kicked Upstairs: His anger issues and unwavering code on the killing of any even thought to be a supernatural landed him in a transferal to becoming an Ace for the Carlsville division from his previous placement, according to Arthur. A replacement Ace of Clubs was sorely needed after Roderick Lafleur's death, and Hellings fit the bill, so Aubry accepted the transfer.
  • Last-Name Basis: Everyone calls him "Hellings", by default.
  • Professional Killer: Was this, both before and after he joined his previous Cardians division. In his old division, he was a hitman.
  • Rage Breaking Point: Hit this after Chaney, then Julia, then Lemons, then Theo and Henderson, then Natalie and Arthur with a disobedient Tomoe, all ran off into the unnatural darkness separately, with the latter groups disobeying orders to either remain in the house or prevent others from leaving. He then proceeded to toss around the furniture in the main house room in his anger.
  • Straight Man: One of the more serious and professional Cardians members. Provides a good juxtaposition when others share a room with him, even including Tomoe.
  • Tall, Dark, and Handsome: He certainly fits the bill, to the point where Lemons is attracted to him.
  • That Is An Order: Says something along the line of this in particularly serious situations when he's in command; doubly so if he's angry.
  • You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry: Has something of an anger management problem, that gets worse the more angry he gets. His anger is very much the volcanic kind: destructive, loud, and violent, as Lemons found out. [[Theo and Henderson, particularly the latter, experienced what happens when you piss him off enough in Part 1 of the Season 1 Finale.]]

    Bailey "Bo" Oberpriller / Fustrarime 

♦ | ?? | Human (secretly True Fae) | Unknown

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"...Uh, uhm..."

Rural's Ace of Diamonds, Bo has a good heart and a distinctive stutter. It was later revealed by Aubry that Bo guards a portal to the Hedge in Carlsville, and that it is located somewhere in the town's cornfields.Bo's past is something of a mystery, as he can only remember smatterings, and has difficulty expressing the memories he does have. In addition, Aubry keeps him at arm's length and Chaney outright dislikes him for some unknown reason, involving an accident a few years ago.

It is eventually revealed that Bo isn't actually even human. He is a True Fae, with the real name of Fustrarime, and is the one responsible for the Hedge portal and the gargoyles/night-crawlers, along with Omega's transformation and Roderick Lafleur's death, and the deaths of much of the old Carlsville division who went with him.

  • An Ice Person: In his true form, his mere touch is extremely cold, and sustained contact with him results in frostbite and hypothermia, as Theo found out. Furthermore, he can to some extent generate cold and ice, to the point that he can create snow and snowstorms.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: Once he gets his memories back, and before his imprisonment, due to him being a True Fae, who are largely ruled by impulses and rules, and the contracts and deals made in accordance with these.
    • In terms of more specific examples, it's implied that his whole reason for opening the Hedge portal to his realm and abducting the townsfolk is because he wanted to see what would happen to them, both within his realm and after coming into contact with him. Because of this, he sees the attempts by Cardians to stop him as unwarranted aggression.
  • Deal with the Devil: Because he's a Fae, he is predisposed to make deals and keep his word on them. He has made one with Omega and then makes one with his boyfriend Theo in exchange for his remaining years of life to save the division, those he's abducted, and the rest of Carlsville.
  • Dramatic Stutter: One of his trademark features. Except it isn't quite a stutter, and is him shivering due to how cold he is, being from a pocket realm of ice and cold.
  • Evil Is Deathly Cold: Considering his true form an abilities, natch. Except that he isn't really evil, he's more curious and vengeful.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Phlegmatic.
  • Hates Being Touched: Even a simple pat on the shoulder or a handshake unnerves, and even scares, him.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Given this by Aubry after discovering her brother and his team dead at the Fae's hands, as part of her Plan B to staunch the damage his actions and influence have been doing.
  • Nice Hat: Has a wide-brimmed hat. This is his main physical identifying feature.
    • Eye-Obscuring Hat: A side effect of the wideness of his hat's brim, and possibly its size too.
  • No Social Skills: Seems to be a mild example of this: he spends most of his time alone, doesn't say all that much (nor does he wish to) if he meets other people, is put on edge simply by being around others, and if you're too loud or exuberant with him, he'll flat-out try to escape your presence.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Played with, following his disappearance into the Hedge. It's revealed he had begun having dreams about another life he led, except they were memories returning to him.
    • This serves as the precursor to the fact that not only was he actually a Fae all along, but that he was implanted with false memories to keep him that way.
  • Shrinking Violet: Is very shy, and doesn't do all that well in social interaction. Which is why it helps that he works alone, and separately from the other Cardians.
  • Sinister Scythe: Subverted: though Bo isn't an evil man by any stretch of the imagination, the first time Natalie saw him, he was wielding this, and not saying a word.
    • During the first investigation the Player Characters took part in, it was revealed through the missing child's drawing that the child in question, Timothy Lanes, had found the cornfields where Bo patrolled, due to it possibly containing the Hedge portal. Timothy also came across Bo, and was scared by him, so drew him the same way he would a monster.
  • The Heavy: Is the being responsible for the Hedge portal and the gargoyle presence, as well the consequences of the portal being open, such as the Hedge beasts. By association, he is therefore also to some degree culpable for every tragedy and incident involving the portal and the things that come through it.
  • The Quiet One: He doesn't often say that much, beyond absolute necessity.

    Chaney Lafleur 

♥ | 38 | Human | Unknown

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Despite being a young girl within the division, Chaney is the Rural Ace of Hearts and the younger twin of Aubry. The Player Characters don't really know all that much about her, but she seems to know a lot about the rules of the syndicate, and is a capable strategist with a mischievous spirit. She has a penchant for refusing to be straight when questioned about mostly anything, especially when it's important, or using social interaction purely as a means for having fun.

  • Berserk Button: As Aubry found out, bringing up her brother without proper due, respect, or for a purpose she dislikes.
  • Cheerful Child: Does pretty much everything with a smile on her face. This unnerved Sal, as she kept up her cheerful demeanour in the house Sal was trapped in.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Sanguine.
  • Hidden Depths: Despite her impish demeanour, there
  • Improbable Age: Like her sister, Cheney being a high ranking officer in the division is at odds with her apparent age. Unlike her sister, she seems to actually have a childlike maturity or mindset.
    • And again, like her sister, she may very well be older than she looks.
      • It is now known to all that she and her sister suffer from a growth hormone disorder.
  • It Amused Me: A much less villainous, but perhaps still morally ambiguous example, though still frustrating to the characters this trait of Chaney's surfaces towards. She is largely interested by whether or not something will prove to be "fun", unless it's absolutely do-or-die important, and even then the Player Characters are unsure if this can be relied on. Sal, in particular, fell afoul of this when he met her in the Martiarch's house. She helped him in the end, but only after she giggled at his begging and pleading.
  • Little Miss Badass: A presumed example: she is a young girl, and is part of the Cardians despite her age. She also wandered into a "haunted house" of sorts, and calmly helped Sal find his friend, and then presumably fought, or at least dealt with, the monster that attacked them, ''and'' pulled the two out of the house. She may have had help doing the latter, but still.
  • Little Miss Snarker: Regularly and without exception displays this quality among the others, particularly if something, or someone, bores her.
  • Mathematician's Answer: Very fond of giving these. She doesn't like to give straight answers if she can help it, either, as, to her, it's "no fun" to just tell people what they want to know.
  • Naughty Is Good: Enjoys being obtuse with the people beneath her, and only really telling them what they absolutely need to know. For anything else, you need to ask her very specific questions if you don't want a half-truth or a roundabout answer.
  • No Name Given: Eventually subverted: Sal never found out her name, or who she was in relation to the Cardians, nor did she tell him. However, due to Natalie playing a guessing game with Chaney, and a timely encounter with Lemons shortly afterwards, Natalie was eventually able to figure out the Ace's name, and relay it to the others. Even then, however, she wouldn't tell Natalie her name outright, even when she was directly asked.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: In more serious moments, Chaney will fall silent, and her usual perky self will melt away.
    • She even reacted with shock and stunned silence when Lemons verbally assaulted Aubry after they had returned from Jerediah's house and being possibly infected with Bloodsoil.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Aubry's Blue.
  • Shoo Out the Clowns: After an argument with Aubry concerning Aubry's priorities, during which Aubry name-dropped their dead brother, Chaney has left to the cornfields to fill in for Bo, while he recovers from his impalement.
  • The Gadfly: Has shades of this, due to her taking delight in annoying those around her by never fully explaining herself, unless such a thing is earned in her eyes.

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Other Carlsville Cardians

There aren't many other members of the Rural division, but there are some nonetheless. So far, they have been ranked much higher than the Player Characters.

    Carly Patchworth 

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♣ | 28 | Human | Unknown

A Jack of Clubs in the Rural division, Carly is one of the more sensible and professional, yet friendly and amiable with the Player Characters. She is noted for how she provides useful advice to them as far as living with being a Cardian, and how to go about business in the organisation.

  • Action Girl: As a Club, and a Jack of Clubs at that, she is more than capable in a fight. In Henderson's introduction session, she successfully cut a path through a group of mimics to Henderson's RV, armed with a shotgun and a flashlight.
  • Dual Wielding: Her signature weapons of choice are two pistols.
  • Dudley Do-Right Stops to Help: A more ambiguous example: she was battling the mimics on her own before she found the Hendersons, and it's unclear whether or not she deliberately tried to saved them by fighting her way to their RV, or simply used the RV as a convenient spot to reach to escape the mimics. Either way, she undertook great risk to herself to do something that resulted in coming to the Hendersons' aid.
  • I Did What I Had to Do: Because of the below trope, this came into play when she was speaking with Theo mid-confrontation, albeit more in the present tense, i.e.: along the lines of "I'm doing what I have to do."
  • Just Following Orders: She follows orders absolutely, and only goes against previous orders on newer orders of someone of equal or higher rank, to the point where she had to threaten Theo and Henderson with violence unless they returned to the house.
  • Nice Girl: A genuinely kind, compassionate and supportive member of the Cardians, especially towards the beleaguered Player Characters.
  • Scars Are Forever: If the scar on her left cheek is anything to go by.
  • The Reliable One: If either Hellings or Aubry need something done, they will usually turn to her, from armed backup to scouting, and the Player Characters often find themselves turning to her for advice, due to how experienced and approachable she is. Amidst the dangerous job of being a Cardian, and how prone the Carlsville division is to mishaps, be they within or outside of control, she isn't a Jack in Cardians hierarchy for nothing.

    Arthur St. Bellings 

♠ | 31 | Human | Caucasian-American

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"Fuck off."

The medical chief of Rural, and a Ten of Spades. At least, he WAS, but he has been discreetly demoted to a Nine of Spades after a mistake of his resulted in half the Player Characters coming into contact with a deadly disease.

  • Big Brother Instinct: Towards his younger sister, Elizibeth.
  • Deadpan Snarker: And HOW. No one below him in rank is safe. The only reason he doesn't do it to his superiors is because he isn't allowed. Doesn't stop him griping behind their backs sometimes, however.
    Sal: Hey doc!
    Arthur: (Beat) Why.
  • Hidden Depths: He may seem like a bit of an insensitive arrogant dick, but he wasn't always like that, according to Chaney, and to pass him off as that would be "selling him short". Also, when Natalie made a point to publicly thank Arthur for his medical assistance in front of the other Player Characters, he was genuinely taken aback by her compliment and gratitude.
  • Hypocrite: On one mission, when he and Natalie made a discovery, he told her to keep it a secret from everyone and wait until he told the Aces about it, saying that she should trust him. He never intended to tell the Aces.
    • The most recent example of this was when some of the Cardians had left the house for varying reasons. Separately. In the middle of the night. One of whom was Henderson's recently rediscovered wife. After telling Henderson not to go out after her because going out would be dangerous, he then tried to go outside himself for as yet unknown reasons. Only Tomoe stopped him, due to guarding the door on Hellings' orders.
      • Mind you, if he did die while outside, he may not mind. See under Hidden Depths.
  • Insufferable Genius: Knows he's smart and how capable he is, and doesn't tend to let you forget it, as Lemons found out.
  • Speech Impediment: Arthur lisps his "s"s.
  • The Coroner: He has this as his standard day to day job in Carlsville, due to working at the town's morgue.
  • The Medic: Largely fills this role at the Rural HQ.

     Spoiler Character 

See Dragoonslayer 505.

     Spoiler Character 

See Julia Henderson.

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Cardians from Out of Town

As of Season 2, the Player C Haracters have met Cardians from beyond their own division, as well as members of Dead Man's Hand, the elite black ops operatives and highest-ranking members below the global Cardians boss. Some of them even end up joining the Carlsville division, albeit on a temporary basis, to help deal with the myriad calamities that the division is too either understaffed or underequipped to properly deal with.

     Spoiler Character: Aisha Hellings 

♠ | 46 | Human | Middle Eastern-English

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Matthew Hellings Sr.'s wife, and a member of the high-ranking Dead Man's Hand section of the Cardians, Aisha was first met by River, before the Player Characters ran into the two during their excursion into the Hedge. A confident and calm lady who knows how to take charge, Aisha assumes temporary command over the division upon discovering all that had happened to it, until a new Ace of Spades can be found.

  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Aisha, while nurturing towards the division, is ultimately professionally detached from the Carlsville division. While during work, it isn't even clear she loves Hellings, let alone is married to him.
  • Dual Wielding: Her knives, when she fights.
  • Good Is Not Soft: Her default demeanour is courteous and polite, but very much isn't afraid to step on however many toes she has to in order to see things through to the end.
  • Happily Married: Played with: she has stated that they are on some sort of break, but are still married nonetheless. Her reaction upon seeing her husband's current state does indicate that she has some degree of feelings towards him.
  • Knife Nut: Revealed her combat style as using a pair of knives in the fight with the mandrakes to save Carly.
  • Lady of War: As revealed in the mandrake fight.
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: And how! As an example, only Aisha could make someone uncomfortable by undermining their decision in a moral dilemma, and then continue to do so despite that person's protests, but then ten seconds later present it as a genuine interest in seeing the person made fully aware of the circumstances of their decision, to make the best possible one for them.
    • For context, this happened with Natalie in the Goblin Market.
  • Pinned to the Wall: Performed this on Sal with her knives, during River's tutorial.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Welcomes criticism of her methods and thinking, and will happily lay any concerns therein to rest personally. Even if she doesn't wholly agree with your thinking, she will nonetheless provide you with the assistance and time needed to not only state your case but to demonstrate its validity. Should it come to it that she does something you dislike as her subordinate, she will make her reasoning as clear as she can while not talking down to you in any way.
  • Unscrupulous Hero: With being a D.M.H. member, with expertise in hunting down defectors from Cardians, this comes as no surprise.

    Caleb Bowerbell 

A Jack of Spades in the Boston division, met in Season 2 after the team come out of the Hedge after rescuing Carly.

  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Has risen to the rank of Jack in the Spade suit, despite being visibly eccentric. His eccentricity forms part of his skillset, hoowever, as his plans and tactics include off-the-wall elements that no-one would normally expect or plan for, making them all the more effective.
  • Catchphrase: "It's semantics!"

    Candy Jones 

The Boston division's Ace of Hearts, introduced in Season 2. She meets with Theo, and an accompanying Natalie, to discuss the full extent of what happened with the doppelganger and Theo's friend Able, and how the division resolved the matter.

  • The Face: She is the person who meets with Theo and Natalie to discuss exactly what happened with the doppelganger and Able, and how the division handled it.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Gladly meets with Theo to discuss what has happened, as well as hear out whatever requests he may have regarding the well-being of both his family and Able.

    Daichi Yao 

Dead Man's Hand member and former high-ranking yakuza, Yao is both stoic and a consummate professional. He is brought in after his colleague Aisha requests the presence of another D.M.H. member in Carlsville.

  • Good Is Not Soft: As with his fellow D.M.H. members, Yao will do whatever it takes to ensure the safety of the division and those that Cardians protect, up to and including hunting down anyone who defects.
  • The Stoic: Doesn't show emotion easily by any stretch, and maintains a distance between himself and others.
  • Unscrupulous Hero: Readily employs former yakuza, as well as being ready to hunt down anyone who runs away from Cardians at a moment's notice.

    Danny Lovely 

A King of Diamonds from the Milwaukee division. Recruited by Aisha after "the longest night" to bolster the Carlsvillle division's numbers, fill the void in Diamond leadership left by Bo, and diversify its skillset.

  • Cool Big Sis: To the rest of the Carlsville division.
  • Guns Akimbo: She's a firearms specialist and a highly adept combatant. She hasn't accompanied the team into any combat situations yet, but apparently when she does, she brings many a gun with her.
  • Official Couple: With Natalie in Season 3, albeit one that she makes clear is likely to be temporary.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With Lallo.

     Lallo Bright 

A Jack of Clubs in a Hedge-centric Special Operations role. Recruited by Aisha from the Hedge to bolster the Carlsville division's numbers.

  • Ambiguous Disorder: Played very straight. Lallo is all but confirmed outright to at least have P.T.S.D., and seems to exhibit symptoms for other neurodivergent conditions and mental illnesses.
  • Cool Mask: His gas mask, which he wears while on the job.
  • Dual Wielding: His flamethrowers.
  • Playing with Fire: His preferred method of combat is dual-wielding flamethrowers.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: With Danny.
  • S Hell Shocked Veteran: His experiences both in initially encountering the supernatural and time spent in the Hedge have taken a severe toll on Lallo's mental state.

Previous Cardians

Past members of the Carlsville division, these characters are either dead or missing; such is the only real way out of the Cardian life.

     Sara Yang 

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♦ | ?? | Human | Japanese-American

The previous ten of diamonds in the Carlsville division. Known to be good friends with Jerediah and Bo, Sara took to documenting her life and experiences in Carlsville on a camera that was later discovered by the current members.

About a year ago she, along with Jerediah, mysteriously went missing

  • Her body was later discovered in Jerediah's basement crushed by rocks. It was severely decayed and the time of death nor cause could be determined.

     Jerediah Hernandez 

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♥ | ?? | Human | Hispanic-Mexican

The division's previous ten of hearts: Jerediah was known to have been a cinematographer in his life before Cardians and brought that talent with him to encourage Sara to take pictures and document her life while in the group. From pictures taken, Jerediah was shown to be generally amiable and excitable. His personal file notes that he and Arthur St. Bellings had trouble working together.

A year ago when he and his close friend, Sara, mysteriously went missing when exploring the mines below Carlsville.

  • His body was later found in the basement of his home completely decayed and afflicted with the disease of unknown origin: bloodsoil. Currently, the means of his untimely demise are unknown.

     Roderick Lafleur 

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♣ | ?? | Human | Caucasian-American

The previous Ace of Clubs before Matthew Hellings, Sr., and the brother of Aubry and Chaney.

     Marissa "Mary" St. Bellings 

The mother of Arthur and Liz, and a Jack of Hearts.

     Jessica Hauler 

The Ace of Spades before Aubry, last manager of the town orphanage before its closure, and maternal figure to the current generation of Lafleurs.

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