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Influence and Authority
According to Ango Sakaguchi, their influence is not limited within North America. They are even capable of eating their way into the very heart of Japan. The Members have been granted a Diplomat's level of Authority in by the means of pressuring the government through Diplomacy. They enjoy extra-territorial rights, even the Japanese law enforcement can't hold them in custody.
Each Member has an identity of their own outside the organization. Many of whom hold very senior positions in the government and major corporations.After the War, The Guild split into two different groups, The Guild itself leaded by Fitzgerald and the Remnants of The Guild leaded by Steinbeck. Since Steinbeck is looking for revenge against Fitzgerald, the groups are opposed to each other.
|Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald||The Great Fitzgerald||Alive|
|Louisa May Alcott||Little Women||Alive|
Remnants of The Guild
|John Steinbeck||The Grapes of Wrath||Alive|
|Nathaniel Hawthorne||The Scarlet Letter||Alive|
|Howard Phillips Lovecraft||The Great Old Ones||Alive|
|Herman Melville||Moby Dick||Alive|
|Margaret Mitchell||Gone with the Wind||Comatose|
|Lucy Maud Montgomery||Anne of Abyssal Red||Alive|
|Edgar Allan Poe||Black Cat in the Rue Morgue||Alive|
|Mark Twain||Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer||Alive|