A Man in Formal Vestments with a Determined face, Burning eyes, and a Lanky body.
Trout’s Angels are a cult (fortune+1 surplus: 1-barter want: desertion) of roughly 20 attractive and sexually promiscuous young women who travel with him, joyous and celebratory (Surplus+party), rigorous and argumentative (Surplus +insight), decadent and perverse (Surplus +violence), and evince a disdain for law, peace, reason, and society (Want +savagery).
The cult tends to congregate in an old theater in the theater district, on a stage that long ago ran a production of ‘Julius Caesar’.
Trout refers to himself in the third person as ‘Lord John’, though everyone else calls him Trout.
He speaks pretentiously in what sounds like a put-on British accent.
His Angels (called ‘The Hummingbirds’ by Damson):
Girls established by name:
Hope (seems to be his go-to for getting stuff done)
Lark (Girl who he kicked out of his cult for flirting with Spider, his ‘Frenchie’ rival cult leader)
Weaver Bird (His Hottest girl)
Always (Girl he poached from Spider’s cult)
Bright (rowdy girl who threw a bottle through the front window of the Sunset)
Shade (Violently jealous of Adele over Trout’s refusal to bed her)