A New York City resident famous for writing Winter's Snow, a partly autobiographical book about his family's experiences being terrorized by Dire Wolves. He once awoke to find one in his 17th-story apartment. He hid under his kitchen sink until the wolf was distracted by a security guard knocking at the door, at which point he climbed out onto the fire escape.
Grandfather of Robert Tarnowski. Lived in Charity, Wyoming in 1917 when the town was terrorized by Dire Wolves and was believed to be the only resident not to flee or be killed. Served honorably in World War II and eventually moved to Manhattan, where he lived until he was finally killed by wolves at the age of 89.
A security agent at "The Colorado Facility". Although he has seen a great deal of suffering and violence and become somewhat desensitized, he admits to experiencing trauma after witnessing the result of Devil Imp acid burns.