Blood and Silver
Creature Type: Garou
Affiliation: Sept of the Green
Location: Central Park, New York
Tribe: Bone Gnawers
Rank: Athro (4)
Known Abilities: The standard strengths and regenerative qualities of a Changing Breed, though as a theurge athro (rank 4), he’s a very potent spiritualist.
Image: As a homid, Orson Gravely (aka Graveseeker) is a slim but tall caucasian man in his early forties. He has deep eyes and bushy brows that want to grow together. As a wolf, he has a startling silver-furred pattern up and down his otherwise black-furred back. It almost looks like meaningless runic writings.
Personality: Despite outranking most Garou in the Sept of the Green (including Mother Larissa, Graveseeker sees no reason for pomp or circumstance, despite having a love of ceremony. He’s humble and calm enough that many cubs are surprised to discover just how powerful a man they’re speaking to, which usually gets a laugh out of him. He has an intense desire to be certain the next generation of Garou (which he believes is the last) are prepared for the upcoming Apocalypse, but he tempers that temerity with a relaxed air when life and death isn’t on the line.
Orson seems largely content to tend to day-to-day spiritual affairs in the bawn, though he takes too many long voyages into the Umbra to be properly qualified for a permanant position. The pack first met him after their Rite of Passage, when he fostered Jules for the ceremony. He was also the one to confirm Jules’ premonition that there was trouble to be had during Superbowl Sunday. Though he’s a bit too distant to be currently considered anyone’s mentor, he’s happy to offer advice when they manage to catch him.
A member of the Frankweilers, Graveseeker tries his best to safeguard urban ‘treasures’ as well, such as low-cost theaters or street museums or even the Raven Coffee Co now that it’s expanding into a music venue. He’s been working with the pack to ensure its success, believing it will bring much needed culture to the area. Moreover, distracting himself from purely spiritual matters helps ground him in affairs of the flesh.
More and more, Graveseeker has become engaged in learning about what upcoming troubles will plague New York. It’s clear to anyone that he’s growing increasingly obsessed with preparing for the unknown, and more so in making it become known in the first place.