A Cold Day in Hell
Gets contracts for local Farmhands
Tony Myers is the local farmers/labors liaison to the city itself. He has a small booth in the Farmers Market where he can be approached to hire out farmers/laborers. He’s an elderly man with white hair, brown eyes, and thick, chapped skin that is a reddish tan. He has obvious signs of living a rough life of hard labor. He’s blunt and doesn’t care, so no haggling or social niceties. The laborers in the area gave him the job due at least part to how blunt he is and how adamant he is about getting a fair deal. That and he is too old to continue to work in the fields.
Only talks work and nothing personal. However, he does have a wife, but certainly doesn’t offer up any information to people he doesn’t know real well.