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  • Pingberra

    Pingberra, New South Wales is a small village in the hills about 160 miles northeast of Sydney. Before the Ruin, it was an agricultural service community of about 150 residents. Things haven’t changed much since then. There’s still less than 200 people …

  • Landsmen

    Residents of the Pingberra area who make their living from farming, hunting, and/or raising livestock. [[:fergus|Fergus Partridge]] is the Landsmen's representative on the [[Council of Elders]].

  • Council of Elders

    A committee of five Pingberra residents who oversee the town's day-to-day operations. The Council also acts as a judicial board to settle disputes and, rarely, criminal matters. Two of the council seats are hereditary positions reserved for the [[: …

  • Regulators

    The Regulators are Pingberra's security force. While every able-bodied adult is expected to pitch in during a crisis, the town employs a chief Regulator and two full-time deputies. The Regulators are in charge of the town's defenses, organize and serve …

  • Tradesmen

    The members of the Pingberra community who make their living as skilled laborers, mechanics, and technicians. [[:doc|Doc MacReady]] serves as the Tradesmen's representative on the [[Council of Elders]].

  • Matty Jarman

    Mathilda Jarman is the town schoolteacher and unofficial mayor of Pingberra. She was not born in Pingberra but was one of the first refugees to shelter there following the Ruin. Nearly everyone in town under thirty has spent time in Matty's classroom. …

  • Alice Fahey

    Though not officially ordained, Alice Fahey inherited the role of Pingberra’s spiritual leader from her father, the late Reverend Arthur Fahey. Her seemingly inexhaustible energy and perennially cheerfulness has served her well in her duties. When she …

  • David "Doc" MacReady

    David "Doc" MacReady was a young boy when the Ruin occurred. His mother, "Ellen":https://aftermath-cities-in-dust.obsidianportal.com/wikis/Appendix#ellen, was a physician at Sydney Hospital and a founding member of the commune that developed there …

  • Brian Toshido

    Brian Toshido is the son of the legendary warrior, [[:shin|Shinichi Toshido]]. He was born during the Sydney Riots and his mother died from complications shortly thereafter. His father was forced to fend for himself and an infant son in a world …

  • Edwina "Eddie" Carlisle

    Edwina Carlisle is the owner of Pingberra Video Sales and Rentals. Her parents ran it back in the pre-Ruin days, when it was the only electronics store for hundreds of kilometers. As a result of growing up around all those video tapes, Eddie is a dyed- …

  • Michael "Naz" Nazareth

    Michael "Naz" Nazareth has been a thief, a gladiator, and a soldier. He currently serves as the top lawman for the town of [[Pingberra]], a situation he never would have predicted for himself. Nazareth cannot recall anything of his early life. His …

  • Catalin Donnelly

    Catalin's mother, Vanessa, was a receptionist at a Sydney radio station in the days before the Ruin. She was one of a small group who sought to flee the turmoil of the Sydney Riots with the help of the station's traffic reporter, "Chopper Dave". But …

  • Lynn the Blade

    Lynn the Blade's earliest memories are running with a pack of near-feral children fending for themselves in the ruined outskirts of Sydney. She can't recall her parents or even her own last name. She was given her nickname by one of the elder boys in …

  • Daylight Johnson

    Daylight Coca-Cola Johnson is his official handle, as his momma named him after the two things she missed most after the Ruin. He was born in Redford Station, a disused commuter train tunnel that had been converted into a bomb shelter during the weeks …

  • “Big"' Bill Rowland

    Big Bill Rowland was a worker at the grain mill with a propensity for trouble and an utter disdain for authority. [[:matty|Matty Jarman]] figured the best cure for that was to give Bill a position of responsibility in the hopes that it would teach him …

  • Elliot Westwood

    Eliot Westwood is the son of "Victor Westwood":https://aftermath-cities-in-dust.obsidianportal.com/wikis/Appendix#Westwood, the General Construction Corporation executive who shaped Pingberra into a survivalist community. He has inherited his father's …

  • Fergus Partridge

    Fergus Partridge’s family has been working the land around Pingberra for five generations. He knows everything worth knowing about the area and its inhabitants that's worth knowing. Fergus and his father, Arthur, reorganized the town's agricultural …

  • Balthazar Kemp

    Balthazar Kemp is a native of Pingberra raised by his parents, Harry and Eden, both of whom are still living. The Kemps are [[Landsmen]] and work one of the farms outside the town gates. Balthazar spent his youth hunting small game in the surrounding …

  • Moana "Ronin" Daly

    Moana Daly was born a few years before the Ruin to an Anglo father and Maori mother. Moana's parents were killed in an auto accident when he was only a toddler, and the young boy was raised by his paternal aunt and uncle. Aunt Sarah died of the Kabul …