While ‘squad’ may be a bit of a stretch when describing this haphazard jumble of renegades, their dark-colored uniforms account for at least part of their chosen name. The Raven Squad amounts to little when compared to other gangs. They use a signature bird call to alert other members of their position, not as an act of teamwork, but as territorial marking.
Merely rumored to be led by a survivor of royal, Ancient blood, the Royal Dragons consume the greater part of the Northeast territories. Their coiling symbol can be found on the right wrist of members just below a ceremonial gash that shows both blood and flesh sworn to their prince.
The Day Walkers
The Day Walkers are just that–people who prefer to operate in broad daylight. Exibitionists of their craft, if you will. These sticky-fingered looters make a mockery of local law by infiltrating settlements and specifically targeting guards who later realize they’re missing anything from gloves to currency.
Acting in perfect tandem, this sibling duo proudly claims bragging–and hunting–rights as the most accomplished marksmen to have survived the AfterFall. Able to clip the hairs on the nape of a person’s neck from one hundred and eighty meters, Sara Dead and her brother Jacob are a fearsome presence you don’t want to encounter.
It’s a bad idea to wander too far north when there are the eerie, hatch mark tallies of the Nameless marking a territory. These individuals are rumored to be your friends, family, and leaders, but you’ll never know until it’s too late. The only thing members of the Nameless have in common is a hobby of murder for sport.
Not unlike their opportunistic namesake, the Grey Jackals thrive on chaos already in action. They will impede upon other gangs’ territories to prey on the weary, as well as piggyback on others’ victories, salvaging spoils as though they were won fairly.