Catch a quick glimpse of the many characters that compose the Into The Light Universe.

Hope Falls

Characters

 

Synthia "Syn" Grace Reynolds

A 16 year old girl who has been semi adopted by the Gales family for reasons she would rather not discuss. She is an “untouchable” , deemed unfit for any of Hope Falls Academy’s award winning championship teams, nor is she a cheerleader. She believes in the outcasts, in their ability to do great things for themselves and the city of Hope Falls. Syn believes very much in justice, in doing what’s right, but she has demons that she fights every day., and some days, she loses.

Cartriss "Car" Ann Johnson

A bubbly, enthusiastic girl who is excited to go from being in a strict homeschool environment to public school. She hopes to make a lot of friends and find out what she’s really good at.

Johnathan "Mad" Harris

A brilliant young scientist, only 16, who makes the lives of himself and his family better through technology. He is Syn’s best friend and the madman behind Alice’s Coffee House’s Personable Percolater (patent pending) and vacuum droid, while also being the reason their electric bill is so high…. His dreams of being a track star may have been cut short due to a brutal gang initiation, but Mad is determined to live each day to the fullest.

Richard "Rick" Howell

An officer in the Hope Falls Police Department, Rick is a family friend of Syn’s original parents. He helps the Gales  family keep an eye on Syn, which is no small task, and he does what he can to undermine corruption in the department. He hopes to become chief so that he can have the power to do what is necessary to clean up the force and help Hope Falls become the great city he knows it can be.

Gabriella "Gabby" Gales

A conscientious socialite. She believes that her mission in life is to use her great power and wealth to help as many people as she can, starting with her newest child, Synthia Grace. She spends much of her time volunteering in the soup kitchens and anywhere else she can see need.

Balzac

The history teacher and drama king. He doesn’t believe that playing a sport or being a cheerleader makes you a better caliber person (nor visa versa), he tries to help the students deemed hopeless by the rest of the staff. He has a wall of accomplishment where various alumni have sent their victories to “the teacher that believed.”

Scorpions

The Scorpions are a party crowd. They sell drugs designed in-house, a tradition that began with the club and peaked with Jekyll (R.I.P.), though the new kids are starting to get good again. Without apprenticeship, it has taken time. They make their money however they wish, though the drugs are the biggest draw. They rent or own at least a full third of the police department, so they can move how they want, when they want, where they want. Most people can only dream of joining them, and the people who make the cut to be recruited don’t usually make it through initiation. If you think you can hang, you’re welcome to try.

Kings

The Kings are a very proud group. Their hideout has the shells from the first bullets shot by all six founders, along with a plaque with the story behind the bullet. They keep a low profile in their dealing of drugs, not having a cop on the payroll, and they only accept members through referral. They sell mid level street drugs and high grade pharmaceuticals, which they get from a member who’s a pharmacist/owner, as well as various residential burglaries.

Cobras

Disorganized and generally has the youngest members, Cobras recruit from schools mostly, getting the newest recruits hooked on drugs or on the hook for selling them. Unlike most of the other gangs, they don’t care about the history of the gang and don’t have mementos of the successes of those who came before, only personal trophies. They make money through low level robberies and bottom shelf drug sales.

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Shadows in the Light

 

King Nuriel of Taraja

Amaranta of Taraja

King Jimou of Grantic

Queen Liank of Grantic

Jabella

Nalik

Ismael

The Scorpions are a party crowd. They sell drugs designed in-house, a tradition that began with the club and peaked with Jekyll (R.I.P.), though the new kids are starting to get good again. Without apprenticeship, it has taken time. They make their money however they wish, though the drugs are the biggest draw. They rent or own at least a full third of the police department, so they can move how they want, when they want, where they want. Most people can only dream of joining them, and the people who make the cut to be recruited don’t usually make it through initiation. If you think you can hang, you’re welcome to try.

Kian

The Kings are a very proud group. Their hideout has the shells from the first bullets shot by all six founders, along with a plaque with the story behind the bullet. They keep a low profile in their dealing of drugs, not having a cop on the payroll, and they only accept members through referral. They sell mid level street drugs and high grade pharmaceuticals, which they get from a member who’s a pharmacist/owner, as well as various residential burglaries.

Sage

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Miscellaneous  Characters

Kaida

O.V. - The Original VooDoo

Minnie VooDoo

Double V - Violet VooDoo

VooDles

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