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Meet the Crew of the Ghost – Bennie

Ben-Ari Vulvo is a Brailack. He’s also an asshole. He met Wil early on in Wil’s career as a smuggler, helping him get an ident (Space drivers license) and a clean, albeit fake, transponder id for the Ghost (Then the Reaper). When Wil brought Maxim and Zephyr to Fury for clean idents of their own, he sent them to Bennie. After some sewer crawling and general abraisiveness, Bennie and the wayward ex-Peacekeepers make it back to the Ghost and begin a life of being “Space Rogues”. Bennie has issues with personal space and property, often hacking into Wil’s personal data archive to watch Earth movies and TV shows. He also views door locks as minor inconveniences and often visits the rooms of his crewmates when they’re not around. Often ‘borrowing’…

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Meet the Crew of the Ghost – Maxim

Maxim (Also no last name because, Peacekeepers) Maxim is the tactical officer aboard the Ghost. He’s Zephyr’s Significant other and the team stoic. Like serious stoic. As a Peackeeper his last assignment was a intelligence analyst and operative. Maxim is fun to write because he is truly that strong and silent type, but he’s incredibly competent. When he speaks the team listens and takes note. He also is a massive fan of bacon. Once Dan Voltz did an amazing job at capturing the crew!

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Meet the crew of the Ghost – Zephyr

Meet Zephyr (No last name, because Peacekeepers). Zephyr is the First Officer on the Ghost. She pretty much just assumed the role after her and Maxim were brought aboard the Ghost by Wil. She also tends to be the responsible one when compared to the rest of the crew. She’s Palorian, a race with very aggressive and warlike tendencies that early on is “helped” by the Tarsi, to find a less destructive outlet for their militaristic tendencies.   I’m really pleased with how well she came out. Her no-nonsense attitude seems to come out in her face really well. I’ve been hesitant to have the crew put to paper (or screen) because characters always look one in our heads, and to most readers, it’s never the same. I have to…

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