King Trompart, better known as the cantankerous retiree Artie Mulligan to the mortal world, rules the [[Autumn Court]] from his couch in middle class [[Charlestown]]. He wants to reestablish the Autumn Court as a viable entity, but his diminished power …
Queen Iolanthe, known as Viola Mulligan to her neighbors, played a passive role in the [[Autumn Court]] during its better days, but she presently chooses to engage, hoping she can help the court regain its lost glory. Unlike her [[:trompart|husband]], …
Robin Goodfellow, alias Robbie Mulligan, lives with his crazy uncle [[:Trompart|Artie]] and auntie [[:Iolanthe|Viola]]. Even while the [[Autumn Court]] decayed, he joined it and eventually became its Lad when the former one ran afoul of a Summer Court …
Pennyroyal, a.k.a. Penny Mulligan, shows the face of a bonne vivante but loves to spin schemes straight out of _Dangerous Liaisons_. The [[Autumn Court|Autumn Court's]] situation prevents her from pulling off the celebrated coups of her past, so in her …
Lady of Spring
Niamh, or Nin Shah to her mortal friends, embodies the maxim that hope springs eternal. No cause is lost, least of all that of the Spring Court. She's primarily responsible for the on-again, off-again alliance with the [[Autumn Court]].
Margaret "Marty" Sant'Angelo
"Don't call me Maggie!"
Commissioner Richard Roundheart
A city-wide theme for this Boston may be corruption, but its [[BPD]] has benefited for a long time from good leadership and idealistic rank-and-file.
Enter "Round'em up Roundheart," a middle-age sheriff from Idabel, Oklahoma. In the wake of …