Lovelace

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  • Species: Dog
  • Family Origin: London
  • Surname: Language, "meaning"
  • Archetype (Group): Scent Trackers
  • Archetypes (Individuals): Spies, thieves, slaves, mercenaries

Table of Contents (hide)

  1.   1.  Family Members
    1.   1.1  First Generation
    2.   1.2  Second Generation
    3.   1.3  Third Generation
    4.   1.4  Fourth Generation
  2.   2.  Other Lykois
    1.   2.1  Ancestors
    2.   2.2  Non-Blood "Family"
  3.   3.  Defining Features
    1.   3.1  Physical Features
  4.   4.  History
    1.   4.1  Influence and Influences
  5.   5.  Culture and Homeland

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1.  Family Members

1.1  First Generation

1.2  Second Generation

1.3  Third Generation

1.4  Fourth Generation

2.  Other Lykois

2.1  Ancestors

Write something about their ancestry here, if you want!

2.2  Non-Blood "Family"

The Lykois are such cool kids, others want to be like us. ;D

Other

  • Characters thought they were a Family member, but turned out not to be!
  • Characters lied and said they were a Family member.
  • Characters was given the surname for honorary purposes.

Adopted

3.  Defining Features

The Lovelace family possesses an extremely unique ability amongst the canine world: The ability to smell more strongly than any other canines. This has allowed them to develop into excellent trackers and hunters as well as being able to identify spies fairly easily. Smell is actually considered the most important of all five senses by members of the family.

Many members of the Lovelace family have developed a variety of disorders due to the family's overall incestuous practices. Synthesia is an extremely common development amongst recent generations and is usually tied into their sense of smell. Memory and anxiety disorders such as dementia and obsessive compulsive disorder have also proved relatively common.

3.1  Physical Features

Are there specific physical features that run through this family? Larger sizes? Smaller sizes? A certain fur type?

Eyes

You can use color words -- such as Fuel Yellow (#EEBB20) -- with Name that Color.

Fur

You can use color words -- such as Fuel Yellow (#EEBB20) -- with Name that Color.

4.  History

Some history about the family goes here!

4.1  Influence and Influences

  • Families: These families are linked by {character birth} or {blood feud} or {crazy witchcraft}.

5.  Culture and Homeland

  • They traditionally reside in London at the uppermost levels of Tower 42.
  • They are extremely xenophobic and insist on maintaining the purity of their species via marriages between the Bailey and Darby families.
  • Any children who are not purebloods are exiled along with their parents.
  • Scent is used as a form of communication by members of the family. Different scents have been used as signals and warnings allowing the family to converse by scent alone.
  • Secrecy is a large part of the Lovelace communities. Puzzles, riddles, and many other forms of academic activities have been traditionally used to help hide sensitive information from those outside of the family (such as where a current member is).