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Criminal Syndicates

Also Known As: Crime Groups

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Strafer’s Crewe

Summary: The crew are a well connected alliance of southern highwaymen, burglars & cutpurses who operate under the command of a figure named Strafer and adhere to a specific set of articles for the gain of all.

Articles of the Bandits Code (Strafer’s Code)

  • Every person shall have an equal vote in affairs of moment. They shall have an equal title to the fresh provisions or strong liquors at any time seized, and shall use them at pleasure unless a scarcity may make it necessary for the common good that a retrenchment may be voted.
  • Every person shall be called fairly in turn by the list on board of prizes, because over and above their proper share, they are allowed a shift of clothes. But if they defraud the company to the value of even one dollar in plate, jewels or money, they shall be exiled. If any rob another they shall have nose and ears slit, and be put to the wild without sword or flint.
  • Each shall keep their equipment at all times clean and ready for action.
  • No child is to be allowed amongst them.
  • They that shall desert the crewe or duties in time of battle shall be punished by death or exile.
  • None shall strike another unawares and every quarrel shall be held in presence of the crewe. At the word of command from the quartermaster, a duel can be held and they that draw first blood shall be declared the victor.
  • None shall talk of breaking up their way of living till each has a share of 1,000. Any who become crippled or lose a limb in the service shall have 800 silver from the common stock and for lesser hurts proportionately.
  • The captain and the quartermaster shall each receive two shares of a prize, the scouts, one and one half shares, all other officers one and one quarter, and soldiers of fortune one share each.
  • The musicians shall have rest on the seventh day only by right. On all other days by favor only.

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Latro

Summary: Also known as Pirata, Pyrates, Privateers, or simply Robbers, the Latro are a general term for irregular soldiers who act without authority of government, fomenting insurrection and supporting revolution. Unlike a mercenary they work for themselves rather than others and tend to rely on banditry, pillage, and marauding to fund their endeavours. Latro are often organized into groups or crewes aligned by common interest or united under a charismatic or intimidating leader.

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The Roach Guard

Summary: Selenian undercity street gang. Service dodgers and smugglers. Thieves and spies.
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