The Invitation will be explained in-game, including how it was come about.
INFO ON FA Mitchell-Hedges
Frederick Albert Mitchell-Hedges
son of John Hedges, Lord of Bantree and Lady Julia Alice Mitchell
Born: 2nd October 1882.
Brief: Known as a bold adventurer with a rare and true spirit. Known to be passionate and caring to his friends. Very articulate true believer in the occult and is very convincing. Known to have trouble with authority figures and believe in complete freedom of thought and action. Has had many archaeological digs and is a donor to the British Museum.
Married: Lillian Agnes Clarke
Adopted Daughter: Anna Le Guillon Mitchell-Hedges
Occupations: stockbroker, antique dealer, waiter, cowhand, explorer, archaeologist, big-game fisherman, lecturer, writer and poet.
Hobbies: love of fishing, hunting, mythology, antiques.
Explored: Arctic, Canada, Britain, Latin America including Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico and more. Usually sponsored by rich Americans and Britains including the Daily Mail. Rumored to have found ruins of Atlantis.
Speaks: Eskimo, French, Maya and other tongues.
Notes: dismissed from the stockbroker job his Father had arranged for him. A furious confrontation between Father and son. Held a stockbroker job in New York with Jules Bache – one of the richest men in America. Became quite wealthy. Friends with J.P. Morgan. Captured by Pancho Villa. Forced to join in several raids, wounded twice. Released to serve in the Great War, but exempted due to his wounds. Adopted a friend's daughter, Anne "Sammy" Marie Le Guillion. Expeditions ranged all over. Until recently lived in Hollywood.
INFO ON: Sir William David Fox and Lady Alexandria Winthrop Fox
In their early 60's the Foxes are a part of the social elite in Sussex. Fox commanded a cavalry regiment at the Somme and was injured in a gas attack resulting in recurring shortness of breath. Today is a real estate holder, investor and quite rich. Love of exploration and ancient history. A member of the Conservative Party and very much the Tory in politics, but is more sympathetic to the working class than his father before him. Other than his business connections, is a very private man.