There are several less heroically-minded members of the Grim who wander the Guildhall, all of whom have had their loyalty tested and proven, but who for whatever reason prefer the tasks that don't often take them out into the field, such as security or maintenance for the Guildhall.
Body Type: Scrawny
Description: Clay is just another walking dead man, with that familiar pallor and a neatly trimmed but greasy mop of stringy hair. He wears an apron at all times and often has a rag draped over one shoulder in stereotypical bartender fashion. He's a very good listener, but not a very good talker.
Name: Zipperk (aka Granny Z)
Body Type: Hard to tell
Description: Zipperk is a grandmotherly type and an actual grandmother. She and her legion of children and grandchildren have taken over janitorial and superintendent type duties within the Grim guildhalls. Most of the time, they are never seen, though their handiwork is apparent. They keep things tidy, though they all know better than to touch anything that looks like it's meant to be there (including cobwebs in appropriate places).
Class: Warrior (though in one of many possible future timelines, he becomes a monk)
Body Type: Typical orc beginning the transition into puberty.
Description: Druthers is slightly older and bulkier than the dutiful gruntling with the beginnings of a red mohawk on his head and a few strands of scraggly whiskers on his chin. He is most often used as a message runner but will cheerfully undertake other odd jobs such as moving furniture, chopping wood, and sharpening axes. Verbally, he almost always relies on orc peon sayings to respond to job requests, although the glint in his eyes leads you to believe he's much smarter than he lets on.
((This is a list of non-player characters. While they may not be actively played within the game exist to support Grim stories. Feel free to add your own. If an added NPC becomes or is meant to be a staple character within the Guildhall itself, such as a guard, I'll add it to the top post.
"Availability" refers to whether or not you're comfortable with others freely using that NPC in their stories. If you'd prefer to restrict the use of an NPC to yourself or those with permission, simply list their Availability as Closed or With Permission.))
These are the biographies of The Grim members.