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Fisherian Character Profiles

Across the powerful body of work that constitutes the Fisherians' literary output, a number of characters stand out as truly singular. You can read more about those fictional luminaries here.

Roger McKindling

By Johnny Fisher

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A whiskey-swilling Scotchman, Roger McKindling was born in a cave in the Highlands to a supernatural forest-witch mother and half-werewolf father. Instilled with the virulent hatred of vampires that comes naturally to one of werewolf blood, McKindling first saw action in Highland Gothic, where he joined a posse that attacked the Douglasbairn Brood, a group of savage kilt-wearing vampires living in a longhouse high on a shoulder of one of the Munros. That encounter was bloody and brutal and only three men walked away from it, including the fifteen-year-old McKindling, who had lost an ear and two brothers in the melee, but who had gained an invaluable insight into vampire-hunting strategy that would serve him well for the rest of his days.

McKindling has since been involved in vampire-hunting pursuits across the world, his name feared by all who drink blood. Armed with his trusty stake, Ursula, and a custom-built garlic-gun, McKindling strides the long halls of carnage with nary a backward glance at the weird childhood he left behind. He has faced down some terrifying enemies in his day (for example, in Blood-Dripped Moonlicht Nicht, McKindling fought a cyborg clone of Count Dracula), but so far has always prevailed.

Herman D'Maggio

By Johnny Fisher

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Private Pawlee

By M. Dangermond

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Grimla'ath: Hero of Men

By I_PWN_YER_MA_84

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