"Oh, my home is unimportant, a boring little demiplane where little of import happens. Not at all like the elemental purity of the Inner Planes or the infinite variety of the Prime's Crystal Spheres. Have you ever noticed how the spheres of the Prime vary according to their substance/belief ratio? Fascinating…." -B. Thames avoiding a question
Children in Sigil, like children anywhere, play at being soldiers and wizards and lords of state. But in the Cage, there's one profession that inspires the best games, and that profession is the courier. Children race from street corner to doorway to midden heap delivering 'secret messages', finessing their way past clumsy guards and stodgy servants, and dodging ambushes to arrive safely back at the mysterious Palace of the Jester.
Nalla Kond Vellus is a stern woman of few words. She always seems to be watching with her piercing, gray eyes. When engaged in conversation, she speaks clearly with a quiet yet brassy voice. She speaks with a slight accent that is difficult to place. Those that converse with her quickly realize that her normal muteness is not for any lack of intelligence.
Jaya Forlorn is a petite brunette with sparkling blue eyes and an infectious laugh. She always has a kind word to say, and her compassion is boundless for those lost, confused, or feeling hopeless. Despite her firm belief in the doctrine of the Athar, she avoids disparaging those who mistakenly place their faith in more powerful beings, choosing to instruct by example rather than castigate or use force. For this reason the more m