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Realms: Morning Rain

NPC Dramatis Personae

by Jonathan McDermott

Kim

Bryce's assistant in the OutWrite Bookstore. A young, 18-year-old man who's just starting to explore his sexuality. He's a good worker, and is dedicated to Bryce and the bookstore.

Nunzio and Clarissa Disantos

Owners of an Italian deli across the street from the OutWrite bookstore. Friends with Bryce, they either don't know, don't care, or ignore the issues surrounding their favorite customer.

Merv Samuels

NYPD beat cop in the SoHo area. Quite familiar with the pickets outside of the OutWrite bookstore; he tends to ignore them. Well-liked by many of the SoHo residents, as he's an "alternative-lifestyle-friendly" cop.

Tyler Edwards

A professional gay rights activist who has appeared on a number of New York City talk shows, radio, and television. He lives comfortably in an East Side apartment.

Tyler is suave, sophisticated, and has never been prosecuted for his homosexuality, being able to afford a lifestyle where only approving friends have access to him. He and Bryce share an enthusiasm for gay rights activism, but the two differ -- strongly -- in their outlook on the gay rights movement.

Charles Deveraux III

A professional bodyguard not unknown to Aaron Sasaki, the two having worked peripherally with each other in the past. They shared jobs but not clients: they were hired by the same company to protect two separate officials.

Since that time Deveraux has taken many opportunities to appear better than Sasaki, even going so far as to subtly influence potential clients by exaggerating his own abilities and denigrating Sasaki's. Nothing was ever proven, of course, but this resulted in the garnering of several challenging and well-paying clients by Deveraux, and the indirect hiring of Sasaki by Jade's father.




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