Unhappy with noble life in his home province, Midas chose to abandon his ties and make a fortune for himself. Using his keen intellect and education, he was able to master the art of creating precious metals from worthless minerals, and this quickly attracted the attention of the Magisters of the Alchemist’s Guild. Ascension to captain of the Guild Ball team soon followed, another step up on the rungs of power.
A dedicated Alchemist, Calculus was set to be appointed as team captain before the arrival of Midas. She is not distracted by such petty politics, and continues to demonstrate the power and benefit the advancement of alchemy can bring.
Mercury is a serial womaniser, and seems more interested in flirting and showing-off rather than furthering the interests of his Guild. Despite all this, he is still an asset to the team, where his talent for throwing fireballs is put to good use.
For some scientists, the pursuit of extending mankind’s years and to emerging victorious against the ravages of time is a much nobler study. Katalyst is one such man, hulking and unnaturally muscled by the chemicals continually pumped in to his system, pushing his body to the limit in the search for eternal life.
Meredith Tieger was a bright young woman dedicated to the furthering of scientific wisdom. An experiment designed to advance her understanding of the universe quickly turned in to a disaster, and consumed her and an entire wing of the guild house in a blazing conflagration. The women that emerged was hideously disfigured and broken. Now known as Vitriol, she specialises in the experimentation of corrosive acids and sulphuric materials, a knowledge she regularly puts to good use on the pitch.
Flask was a gift in 17c from the Lord Chamberlain of the Engineer’s Guild as a token of the long standing alliance between the two institutions. A small, tracked automaton in appearance, Flask has many hidden defences to keep his secrets protected.