Head of TAESS
Height: 6ft Weight: 160lbs. Hair: Dark brown Eyes: Brown Age: 35 (1896)
Terrance Greystone, Earl of Greystone is the son of Earl John Greystone and Countess Jane Greystone. Terrance was in London while his father, John Greystone, fought a bloody battle in the Congo, liberating a swath of land from the South Atlantic Ocean to the Indian Ocean, in the name of the crown. John was granted the title of Viscount and granted a large, undeveloped tract of land, which he promptly called County Greystone. The new Earl of Greystone was a fearless hunter and often hunted big game with a large knife, wearing naught but a loincloth. That was until he was severely wounded by a large white lion. He survived, but he now saw himself the protector of the jungle and hunted human poachers instead. He was killed by a group of poachers that gunned him down in cold blood. However, the poachers didn’t get very far as he was closely followed by his son and the game ranger staff of County Greystone. The lions ate well that day.
During his father’s reign as Earl, Lord Terrance indulged himself in a bit of travel. Accompanied by his faithful servant and friend, Cosgrove Shropeshire, the two of them traveled the world. It was in Brazil that Lord Terrance fell in love with the Condesa Laura Moreira de Salazar. In a whirlwind romance, he married her. Together they returned to Lord Terrance’s home in the Congo.
After assuming the role of Earl of County Greystone, the new Earl of Greystone set about making sure that poachers never again ventured within County Greystone. Soon the word got out that County Greystone was not a place to poach in, mainly as it kept the lions well fed. In truth, the poachers would be arrested and retrained as game wardens for the county, at a better pay rate than they ever could make poaching. Earl Greystone figured that to catch a thief…
After the discovery of the portal and his subsequent travels and explorations, the day-to-day management of County Greystone fell onto his mother’s shoulders until she passed away in her sleep in 1911. Then the Condesa Moreira de Salazar-Greystone took over the reins. Greystone’s twin daughters, Lady Chastity and Lady Elizabeth, grew up with their father’s adventurous spirit and made a name for themselves in their many daring explorations in the nether regions of the world.
His son, Lord John Greystone II, proved to be Fringeworthy and at age eighteen joined TÆES.
Still in the best of health, thanks to his travels through the portal, Earl Greystone stayed active in TÆES after stepping down as commander of TÆSS. He stepped down because his wife, Laura, became ill and at the age of 56 succumbed to cancer and died. Earl Greystone stayed for a while, but soon went walkabout with his constant companion, Cosgrove, and the two of them disappeared onto the Fringepaths, never to be seen again.