The Lost Continent
The Gladiator is bustling with activity; the tables are all full and several heads turn to stare at you for a moment as you walk in. The thief known as Flig is drinking in the corner of the bar. He’s slight of build and not immediately impressive, but from the way his cronies are looking at him you can tell he’s a person who commands no small respect. The clothes he’s wearing are excellently made and might be more fitting in a ballroom than in the grimy atmosphere of The Gladiator—in particular he seems to take great pride in his gloves, glancing at them frequently and rubbing them together as he talks. He’s the center of a small group of shady characters wearing yellow ribbons and he seems to be telling some sort of story with great gusto; there’s a slim, dark-skinned woman hanging on his arm and twirling a the chain of a golden pendant between her fingers.
Fligg Errol was a mid-ranking thug in the Crushers, a crime syndicate in Walsh. He rose to prominence within the gang after a series of cleverly planned thefts orchestrated with help of his consort, Mia the Mage. He best known for framing Marlis Thane for the rape and murder of Challa Redroot by planting a medallion stolen from the old monk’s quarters and using Mia’s magic to morph his hands into the same shape as Marlis’. He would most likely have gotten away with the crime if not for the interference of The Party, who confronted him in The Gladiator, killed Mia, and dragged Fligg away for interrogation. The Crushers initially took drastic steps to secure his release, going so far as to kidnap the family of the Captain of the Watch, but when Boss Gripe was shown evidence of Challa’s murder he had Fligg dragged away, presumably for punishment. He has not been seen since and is presumed dead.