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Christine Mathers,[4] Mama Mathers to outsiders and her kin, or just Mama[1] to Fallen respectful of the Matriarch.

Personality[]

Even among her fellow Fallen she is described as "off", despite her obvious intelligence.[5]

She is, by all accounts, a true believer in the ideology of the Fallen, and willing to kill members who disappointed her[6] and their families. Mama Mathers did not permit Valefor to use his power to force everyone in her group to follow her ideology; she wanted to exercise power over people without it feeling hollow.[7]

Mama Mathers is not a warrior or a general; she is a subtle player and would likely not be part of a headlong rush.[8] She values her safety; she acquired[9] or traded and paid[10] for multiple capes who could be her bodyguards if needed.[11][9] However, Mama Mathers was unable to acquire a Healer despite her best efforts and wishes.[9]

She has a extremely regressive view of gender roles, while at the same time a surprisingly progressive stance. Anyone can occupy any position within the family they want as long as they are dedicated to the "cause" and have powers.[12] Everyone else is disposable.

After gaining her power, Mama Mathers was grateful for the ability to hold Valefor without being his slave. Cauldron asked her for favors; she did do some of these favors as she pleased.[9]

Appearance[]

Mama is an emaciated woman, heightened by her thin face and long hair that bleaching has rendered frayed and silver. This gives her the presence of an older woman, despite the fact that she is in her thirties, and makes her look fragile enough she could break. However, to people that were affected by her power she felt 'heavy'.[13] She generally wore white, as did every other close family member of hers.[14]

Abilities and Powers[]

Mama Mathers has the power to connect to and affect any sense that perceives her, which can let her leave hallucinatory imprints in the mind of anyone who perceives her. The strength of the effect and degree of control depends on how long and clearly she was perceived. The nature of the hallucinations depends on the senses through which she was perceived. If anyone registers her presence with any part of their Sensorium, including those granted by parahuman abilities, that sense is then affected.[15] Most often, this involves auditory and visual hallucinations, though it is crucial to note that physical contact with her can result in her inflicting excruciating pain at will on her victims.[16] Mama Mathers herself can also sense through the infected senses,[17] including anything provided by a power.[15]

Since sight is the most common method of perceiving her, hallucinations can often manifest as if they have a Dybbuk of her imprinted on them, like a phantom image that appears in their field of view and can take in the surroundings. This dybbuk can interact with the imprinted person through the infected senses. At the most basic, Mama Mathers appears if a subject refers to her by name with the infected sense, such as saying or writing her name.[18] If a subject gets more exposure to her, then she also appears if they think about her or refer to her in abstract.[19] It is unknown what her ceiling is for how many subjects she can affect, how the distance over which the connection is sustained, or how much information she can process. Regardless it is enough for her to create an ad-hoc communication network between those she has affected,[20][21] and carry on whole conversations without needing to speak.[6]

Her power[3] acts as a harsh anti-Thinker ability that allows her to keep her kin covered from snooping eyes.[22] The effect of her power is more intense if you use enhanced perception powers on her.[23]

  • Valkyrie could not engage Mama Mathers and her group,[24] presumably because Mama Mathers would affect Valkyrie's power vision and any senses from Valkyrie's shadows that perceived her.
  • After Chevalier sensed her with his power vision, she invaded that seeing and took hold of it. As Mama Mathers wanted Chevalier to join her side, she made him see specific memories of herself as well as specific visual representations of feelings.[25]
  • When a nearby Love Lost searched for her feelings with her emotion sense to act as bait, Mama Mathers' eyes could detect and track the source of this power through a wall.[26] She reached back before Love Lost could find her and adjusted the feelings Love Lost felt[27] until she found the exact feeling to cause Love Lost to reel with emotion and possibly start crying.[28]
  • According to Dinah, if she looks at her future, then Mama Mathers starts appearing in all futures Dinah can see for some time. Dinah could not act against Teacher as long as he had Mama Mathers; however, with a lot of effort, she was still able to slow him down when she could.[29]
  • Although Mama Mathers is not on the list of blind spots for Contessa as of the Attack on Teacher,[30] according to Tattletale, she could be considered a soft blind spot as Contessa can look but generally does not want to.[31] However, Contessa is still capable of creating a path that involves Mama Mathers: she specifically sent Rain, Love Lost, and Colt to confront Mama Mathers' group with instructions to follow[32] while also arranging events elsewhere so that they could successfully defeat[33] Mama Mathers and rescue Chevalier's group without being stopped by Teacher.[9]

She is likely a Noctis cape based on a preponderance of evidence.[34] It is known that she can rescind her connection for a time;[35] it is unknown what criteria are needed to reestablish it. Much like 'disconnecting' causes people to hear the sound of wings when they think of her, the effect might also be tunable to cause powerful and disabling hallucinations.[16] People who only fleetingly register her in some way are still affected if only nominally,[36] though this can still be enough to play tricks and distract people.[37][38]

If willing, Mama Mathers can share her own senses with others by using her connections to infected senses.[9]

Restrictions/Drawbacks[]

The Graeae could swap body parts out so that if someone perceived Mama Mathers with a body part (i.e. eyes, ears), Mama Mathers is only able to establish a connection to that body part's original owner.[39][40]

Her connection to an infected sense is not permanent and will slowly degrade and weaken over time if a subject has not recently perceived her.[9][41][40]

Her power can affect some technology, although does not transfer through it.

  • Lookout's flying cameras themselves were affected if they looked at her. After being sent a slice of program with facial recognition, a flying camera was told to center itself over Mama Mathers and then drop itself when the effect became worse, which knocked Mama Mathers unconscious.[11]
  • Lookout built eye lens cameras resistant to her profile. They automatically blurred Mama Mathers,[42] preventing Mama Mathers from establishing a connection to any eyeball with this tech.[32] When Rain looked at her, Mama Mathers could only detect a vague buzz of technology; she noted that she had no way into his eyes.[9]

Hallucinations do not persist while Mama Mathers is unconscious.[43] When Victoria Dallon, who does not have an emotion sense, got close enough for her aura to extend through some hostages to a hidden Mama Mathers, Mama Mathers affected the hostages in turn.[44] The hostages' brief change in screaming gave away her location to Victoria.[44]

Chasmal could partially phase Mama Mathers out of reality.[45] According to Tattletale, that should break her connections as long as it lasts and is maintained. It could even possibly force her to reset all connections.[34]

When outside the Shardspace, Mama Mathers, despite her connections, was unable to apply her power on Rain while he was in the dream room.[46][47]

History[]

Background[]

She was abandoned by her family because of her teen pregnancy. Her kid was an exceptionally early trigger, manifesting powers before he started walking. She was somehow found and saved by Cauldron, which offered her a deal. She was lucky enough to gain power that allowed her not uphold her side of the deal, unless she wanted to.[9]

Joined the Fallen and presumably founded the Mathers family. Had several children from multiple different fathers, such as Valefor and the one who called himself Lionheart. She also traded children to other branches in order to get firepower back.[22]

Mama Mathers attempted to kidnap and brainwash several Wards. One of the first of those was Sunflower, brought in by Valefor.[9] However, Sunflower was successfully rescued by the heroes.[9]

Post-Echidna[]

Her son, Valefor, attempted to claim Brockton Bay for the Fallen.[48] Elijah failed and was blinded by the cities warlord, Skitter, in the ensuing battle.[49] It is unknown how she reacted to this.

Timeskip[]

She lost another of her sons in a more permanent fashion[50]

Mama, along with other Fallen group leaders, sent out several family groups throughout the North America after she heard about the End of the World prophecy.[5] In order to prepare for it.

Gold Morning[]

Presumably participated, willingly or otherwise.

Early-Ward[]

With the amnesty Mama found herself in Earth Gimel with a large collection of fallen.

She was mentioned as one of main villainous influencers in the new multiversal human society.[51]

Mama had an interview with Rain where she made sure he kept the faith and that he was staying the course with his project to kill his other trigger mates.[52]

She was a major factor when the Fallen compound came under attack.[53] She was captured, escaped custody, and was captured again.

Post-Fallen fall[]

She was being isolated in undisclosed location.[54] Later she was freed by Teacher.[55]

Post-Time Bubble Pop[]

Under Teacher's grasp, her health improved, and she actually started to look her age.[2]

Teacher used Madam Mathers ability to entrap a large crowd of people in Earth Cheit, including local leaders.[56] She was given free reign over them. She used her abilities to shape their beliefs in the ways of the Fallen.[9]

During the assault on the Teacher's Compound, she was tasked with capturing Chevalier's squad, but was thwarted after her victory by Precipice, Love Lost, and Colt.[9]

Post-Attack on Teacher[]

Christine Mathers had returned to The Wardens' custody.[57]

Fanart Gallery[]

Trivia[]

  • Wildbow had Mama Mathers planned for awhile.[58]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 “Mama,” he said.

    She wasn’t his mother, but it was how she was addressed. - Excerpt from Interlude 4c II
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 William, Scapegoat, was catching up, drawing nearer to the Thomais Fallen. Elijah, Valefor, walked arm in arm with his mother, Madam Mathers, who wore an ethereal white gown with a shawl around her shoulders. Her health was better since coming here, since she’d been… helped, with firm boundaries. She looked closer to her actual mid-thirties than the weary young crone she’d been before.

    “This will be preparations for your moment,” Teacher told the woman.

    Madam Mathers curtsied, supported by her son. - Excerpt from Black 13.x
  3. 3.0 3.1 The idea of losing my mind like that terrified me, to the point I felt like my gut and my brain were bound in knots. I tried to focus that terror into a cold, rational look at what I needed to do. Mama Mathers was the biggest danger. Valefor was the second. They were Masters and Strangers, the PRT classification for those who controlled others or minions, and the classification for those who infiltrated or deceived. Mama Mathers and Valefor were squarely in the overlap between the two. - Excerpt from Shadow 5.12
  4. Interlude 12.e II
  5. 5.0 5.1 The end is coming. The godless don’t get it. The rumors are out that the world ends in a matter of months - one of the family elders even brought an ex-Ward into the fold, and she says they believe it too. They might be faithless, but they know their shit.

    Mama Mathers is a little off in some ways. Smart as shit, but off. When she wanted to send members of the family to every place with ‘fall’ in the name and a lot of places with religious names, it was an excuse for some milder parts of the family to congregate. Fall River was one. Massachusetts is a little ways beyond where the Fallen usually meet and gather, but there aren’t many who are complaining. - WD Fall River
  6. 6.0 6.1 “Rain,” she said. “Look at me.”
    [...]
    “I will have you killed if you do not,” she said.

    He looked.

    He’d only seen her leg and foot, and she’d jumped into his head, tactile, audible, present, impossible to ignore.
    [...]
    “Why would you leave, when we haven’t talked?” she asked. “You’ve been standing there, talking to yourself.”

    “Sorry, mama,” he said.

    He knew how she worked, but he couldn’t ignore the apparition in situations like this, because ignoring her and having her turn out to be real was the sort of thing that got him killed.

    “Everything I said to you before now, it came from within you. I saw and heard much of it,” she said. - Excerpt from Interlude 4c II
  7. arandomperson1234: Why didn't Mama Mathers just make everyone in her branch of the fallen absolutely loyal with Valefor, and then make them forget it? It seems like that would tie the group together much better.

    Wildbow: Because there's no surer way to show that your ideology is hollow than to have to use powers to force people to follow it.

    They're people, including the people at the top, and they have their own ideas and motivations. I think they key distinction to make is that you can have power over people, and you can exercise power over people. Absolute power with no exercise is disconnected in a way that (less than absolute) power with the active exercise and control (and ego) is involved in. It'd feel hollow and horrible if you weren't really doing anything and didn't exercise the power yourself.

    Having Erin approach Rain of her own will and knowing just what you're doing to the both of them is something entirely different from just having your kid say things to both of them and having them entirely under your thumb.

    Besides. Having Valefor step in to that degree is the equivalent of the Dictator handing over all of the military power, economy, legal power, and procedural power over to the (purportedly loyal) son that's acting as Vice President. - Wildbow on Reddit, archived on Spacebattles
  8. No green, no black, no white. I wasn’t even sure if it was that hard-set, or if my speculations were off-point, but it helped on a level. It helped validate my assumption that Mama Mathers wouldn’t be part of a headlong rush, and I liked even the idea that my enemies’ costumes might be conveniently color-coded.

    Valefor and Mama Mathers were scary, or Valefor had been scary, but they weren’t warriors, and they weren’t generals. Their weakness in this was that they were subtle players and the small-scale war wasn’t subtle. - Excerpt from Pitch 6.2
  9. 9.00 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04 9.05 9.06 9.07 9.08 9.09 9.10 9.11 9.12 Interlude 15.z
  10. Pitch 6.1
  11. 11.0 11.1 Pitch 6.4
  12. Her fingers traced his shoulder-length hair. “I told you to grow your hair long, back then.”

    “Yes, mama,” he said.

    “Do you remember why? Any boy of mine that does anything to catch my eye, good or bad, I have them do it.”
    [...]
    “The girls know it, but the boys sometimes need to learn it. I’m content to let either be my soldiers, but that requires zeal. Not everyone has it. Not everyone cleaves to their role and position. Everyone has responsibilities, and it takes a soldier to obey.”

    Rain nodded again.

    Her voice took on a different tone. No less ethereal, but haunting-ethereal, now. “The hair is to remind you that if you won’t be a soldier for the families, we’ll have you be a slut. We’ll get children out of you. If you fail at that, if they’re sickly or disobedient, we’ll geld you like we would any of the farm animals.” - Excerpt from Interlude 4c II
  13. Rain averted his eyes, but he could see the white drape of the nightgown, the feet on the floor. She was sitting so the post and the sheer drape kept him from seeing a lot of her.

    But he saw some. Her presence jumped into his head. He looked away, but it didn’t help.

    Mama Mathers. Taller than him, gaunt, wispy of hair. She wasn’t old, but she had the presence of an old woman, thin enough that it seemed like she would break or crumple into a heap if struck. She stood right next to him, leaning over him. She touched his face, and he flinched.
    [...]
    He’d only seen her leg and foot, and she’d jumped into his head, tactile, audible, present, impossible to ignore.

    Now, seeing her in full, it was more pronounced, heavier, insofar as the frail woman could be ‘heavy’. Her hair was long, bleached silver, and frayed. Her face was thin enough that it appeared older. - Excerpt from Interlude 4c II
  14. Loose color scheme: white is leader/important Mathers
    “Valefor and Mama Mathers,” I said.

    Rain nodded, then typed. - Excerpt from Pitch 6.2
  15. 15.0 15.1 Rain typed out his message, and held out the phone for Sveta, Capricorn and I. Vista and Foil drew close enough, and so they got a look too.
    If you see mama you will start to see things.
    If you hear… start to hear things.
    Etc for touch/thinker senses
    She can see/hear/thinker through these things
    I nodded. I’d known and inferred most of that. - Excerpt from Pitch 6.2
  16. 16.0 16.1 Byron spoke up, “Can you take a message back to her?”

    “I don’t know,” the biker woman said, sullen. “I don’t-”

    She paused.

    “What?” Byron asked.

    “She says no, no messages. Other stuff. She-”

    Her eyes went wide. She looked around, her eyes not focused on anything in particular.

    The woman’s voice carried forward, but it was an inarticulate sound, one that became higher, then a warbling shriek, followed by a gasp for air with a sound of its own.

    She dropped to the ground, fingers clawing in dirt, twisting like she was trying to get away from everything at once. The noises she made were horrible, and I’d heard some awful noises in my life. - Excerpt from Shadow 5.8
  17. “Everything I said to you before now, it came from within you. I saw and heard much of it,” she said.
    [...]
    “Every time you think of me or mention me, I will be there. I will know where you are and see what you are doing. I will take stock and I will make my judgments. You will think of me, while saying your prayers on waking and on retiring, kneeling by your bed. Before each meal.” - Excerpt from Interlude 4c II
  18. The folded arms were to tip the other off that Mama Mathers was looking. It was more of a concern for Rain than for Erin. Erin’s introduction to the woman had been fleeting. New visitors that were brought in as serious residents were given a glimpse of her, and a bit of a listen of her voice. Most didn’t even realize what had happened, until they broke a rule.

    The effect was weaker, only kicking in if Mama Mathers was mentioned by word, written or spoken, or possibly if she was thought about at the same time as a strong emotion was felt. - Interlude 5d II
  19. If you see her, she can visually appear before you. The more you look at her, the easier it is for her to appear.

    If you hear her, she can speak to you. The more you hear her, the easier it is to appear.

    If you touch her, she can give you the sensation of touch. The more you touch her, the easier it is to appear.

    When she appears, she seems to be able to sense things around her image. Sometimes it's not her, but other things, like a sound of beating wings, spiders, or blood.

    At the most basic, she appears if you refer to her by name, in word or writing. As you get more exposure to her, it happens if you think about her, if you refer to her in abstract, or if you even think about her in general, like not wanting to think about her.

    If you use a thinker power? Effect is stronger, and affect things other than sight/hearing/touch. - Wildbow on Reddit
  20. Shadow 5.9
  21. “Mama told you to help us,” Valefor said. “You didn’t.”

    “We did,” I said, still looking down. “We got your people to safety and protected them.”

    “I’ve been told there are Fallen casualties,” Valefor said. - Excerpt from Shadow 5.10
  22. 22.0 22.1 The Fallen are slippery, and the reason they haven't been wiped off the map is that they utilize a cell structure and have some cover from parahuman abilities. Valefor's mom in particular. A thinker doesn't want to go scanning tracts of rural/unpopulated area for missing kids if it means a chance of seeing her looking back at them. Because if they do, then they'll likely end up in a brief coma followed by a year and a half of something like being convinced the walls are bleeding spiders. She has kids with buds from the same shard and farms them out to other branches of the family in exchange for some muscle (Eligos being some of that). Not that same degree of punishment or screening, but stuff in that general vein. - Wildbow on Reddit
  23. chandra381: Honestly I think Wibblebub is wasted in any other genre than horror.
    [...]
    Quick q: is she the same person as Valefor's Mom that WB mentioned earlier while describing the Fallen, who had some kind of anti-clairvoyant countermeasure?

    Wildbow: The effect is more intense if you use enhanced perception on her. - Wildbow on Reddit
  24. Shadow 5.6
  25. He’d looked at her earlier, and now she filled his eyes.

    But more than anything, he had sensed her with something else, something beyond sight. He had seen her aura, and now she invaded that seeing, took hold of it. He could look at those blessed with power and know them on a profound level, see memories, history, feelings, and the nuances of power, often in abstract.

    So she gave him that. She gave him herself. Memories of herself as a pregnant teenager, praying, praying for recourse.
    [...]
    With this and more, she assaulted Chevalier’s eyes with more deep truths that the eyes normally couldn’t see. With visual representations of feelings he would know to be her fact. What it felt to be worshiped, what it felt to give all of oneself up to faith. The security of giving oneself over. - Interlude 15.z
  26. Her head turned as she felt a power reach for her and find her. Close by, someone searched for her feelings. Christine looked at a wall, and her eyes tracked the source of the power through that wall. - Interlude 15.z
  27. She reached back, faster than they could find her, and impressed her feelings onto them. She looked at them, and she found the emotional equivalent of frozen-over wasteland. She tested that wasteland, with a feeling of tranquility, and found little traction. She gave them hope, and there was something there, something that lingered, that stuck to the walls of the heart. She gave them a feeling of being loved, and found more ground.

    Hope and love. She twisted at feelings and tried different variations. Romantic love. Not so important to this particular heart. Love for a job. More important, but not the most important thing. Familial love? There.

    The woman slowed as the emotions swelled in her breast. - Interlude 15.z
  28. It took only a few more adjustments before she found the right kind of familial love, and then found the exact feeling that struck closest to this wasteland heart.

    The love of a mother for the daughter she had lost, and the certainty that she was loved back. Christine had felt it when Elijah had been days old, before his eyes had flashed as they had.

    The woman had stopped. She might have been crying now.
    [...]
    Things gave way. An attack from below, cutting the floor out from beneath them. A furrow, cutting into the center of the room, ten feet wide.

    Ala fired, but the tremor in the ground distorted her aim. Christine could feel the target was alive and well, still reeling with emotion. - Interlude 15.z
  29. “Tell me about this noise.”

    “Other thinkers, complicating factors, power-induced randomness, blind spots. An example would be how I couldn’t act against Teacher as long as he had Christine Mathers. If I look at her future then she starts appearing in all futures I can see. I slowed him down when I could but that was a lot of effort and a lot of risk he’d target me. There are a few things like that.” - From Within 16.3
  30. Dying 15.7
  31. Sundown 17.9
  32. 32.0 32.1 Dying 15.8
  33. Sundown 17.5
  34. 34.0 34.1 Pitch 6.8
  35. The woman’s hand, spectral as it was, felt real as it touched Rain’s hair. He flinched, but she persisted. He remained where he was, head turned away, neck stiff.

    “This was good,” Mama Mathers said. “I’ll reward you.”

    He didn’t move a muscle.

    “Enjoy your evening, my soldier. Tomorrow, we show them we’re not to be trifled with.”

    Rain turned his head, to look for clarification, but she was gone. There was a distant sound, like a flock of birds taking off.

    He’d slept on the train, but this whole scene was so surreal. She’d-

    He stopped, bracing himself for her appearance. For the physical contact.

    She hadn’t appeared. The sound remained. A thunderous flapping, far away.

    Mama Mathers, he thought.

    There was only the sound.

    She’d freed him? For only tonight?
    [...]
    Mama Mather’s disconnected presence was like bird’s wings against the exterior of the house, rustling. - Excerpt from Interlude 5d II
  36. Looksee:
    Not peeking am reporting what others saying. Precog with me says Vista says that the hostages you want are toward south end of town. Map attached.
    The text had an image attached.

    I flew skyward, looking.

    A group. Valefor’s group, with Fallen civilians and others. The hostages.

    We could figure something out.

    White flickers danced in the corner of my vision. I looked away, but they persisted. Like the motes of dust in my eye, but akin to snowflakes.

    If that was their anti-thinker measure, which might well be Mama Mathers, then even the thinker-esque advantage of having a bird’s eye view was enough to give them an in.

    I grit my teeth.

    I’d seen the building Looksee had marked on the map. - Excerpt from Shadow 5.10
  37. Don’t spend too long looking, Capricorn. They’ve got a fucky-”

    I saw the camouflage distort as he brought his hands to his head.

    “-power,” he said.

    I thought about the visual ‘snow’ and it flared back into existence at the lower right corner of my eye.

    “The anti-thinker measure,” I said. - Excerpt from Shadow 5.11
  38. The whispers I heard were indistinct, but they came with a return of the white snow in my vision, moving in my peripheral vision and creating shapes that weren’t really shapes, like the way faces could seem to stand out from a pile of leaves or the light and shadow in a cloud. - Excerpt from Pitch 6.2
  39. “Immune?” I asked.

    Rain indicated the two capes with gray hair, a young man and woman. Both had eyepatches, the steel-gray hair, and costumes with white and black. Chris’ age, or a bit older. “Dino and Enyo. They’re multi-triggers, and they’re also twin triggers. One of their powers is that they can transplant body parts, with some special rules. I’m borrowing someone else’s eyes and ears, and a few other bits, so she can touch me and make it hurt, but it’s dulled, and she can’t do anything else. The transplant recipient is back at our base, sedated.” - Excerpt from Shadow 5.12
  40. 40.0 40.1 Torch 7.2
  41. Rain didn’t reply, focusing instead on the stairs, trying not to think-

    Mama Mathers appeared at the bottom of the flight.

    He’d gotten so good at controlling his thinking, and it was all for nothing, now. Even thinking about not thinking about her was now enough. It might be for weeks or months. - Excerpt from Interlude 4c II
  42. Dying 15.6
  43. Pitch 6.3
  44. 44.0 44.1 I changed course, flying back to where I’d been. I continued down the street. I was putting the bulk of the lopsided engagement behind me, passing by Rain, by two twenty-ish capes with steel-gray hair, and that meant I could fly faster. I kept my eyes on the people and goings-on behind me.

    I found what I was hoping for. The screaming, just briefly, changed. The aura extended through the hostages to Mama Mathers, and she affected the hostages in turn. I had a sense of my range, and through that, I had a good sense of her location. - Excerpt from Shadow 5.12
  45. Pitch 6.6
  46. Mama Mathers, Rain thought. He braced himself for the appearance, and saw nothing. He scanned the room, looking. Too much to hope that it would have brought her in, for the same treatment the one-toothed woman had been given. - Excerpt from Interlude 5d II
  47. From Within 16.8
  48. Interlude 20.y
  49. Imago 21.3
  50. WD Lincoln
  51. “What about the ones who are hooked into bigger groups?” I asked.

    “That gets more complicated, and it’s less about the places to watch and more about the names to keep an ear out for,” my dad said. “Marquis, Goddess, Lord of Loss, Mama Mathers, the Crowley brothers, Deader and Goner, Barrow.”

    I knew the names and I knew where they were situated. No big surprises there. I nodded to myself. Marquis. So casually mentioned. - Excerpt from Glare 3.5
  52. “It’s been years,” she said. “You only think about me a few times a day. I thought it was time we were reacquainted. You have your mission.”

    “I’ll kill my cluster.”

    “And be a loyal soldier. Think of me,” she said. “If you don’t, you know what will happen.”

    “Yes mama,” he said.

    “Allie. Your aunt and uncle. Erin, her family. And you won’t see me. You’ll see other things.” - Excerpt from Interlude 4c II
  53. Shadow 5.12
  54. Beacon 8.4
  55. Time is of the essence. In a day, things might be too far gone. Your Mama Mathers, Rain, is gone. They’ll find out soon. - Excerpt from Gleaming 9.2
  56. The Overseer watched as Madam Mathers had her moment at the front of the dais. Center of the stage, just behind a short, balcony-like fence, stairs covered in red velvet stretching down to the city street on either side of the dais. She watched as nearly every eye present looked at the woman.

    With that, with one fell stroke, Teacher assumed the ability to cripple the capitol of Earth Cheit. - Excerpt from Black 13.x
  57. The Wardens are considering discontinuing the sedation of the real Christine Mathers, but as you can imagine, that’s not an easy decision to make.” - Excerpt from Sundown 17.4
  58. Not sharing Valefor's mom's power, as she's interesting enough I want to keep her in my back pocket. - Wildbow on Reddit

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Members The Speedrunners (SecondhandLast MinuteFinal HourEnd of Days)
The Taught
Leader Teacher
Members SaintDragonslayersIngenue SatyricalThe PharmacistMoord NagThe SpeedrunnersThe Fallen (Black GoatValefor Madam MathersAlaChort)
Thralls Trickster The LeperCaptain ClawLeisterUsherSpawner Squad Yellow-Black (The Wasp Commander)
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