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They say it was the fear that killed the old man — but then, they never found the body, so who can be sure? Shuck could, but the black dog that killed Jimmy Lawrence was never seen in that town again. Somewhere between there and here, Shuck joined the Autumn Court. He knew fear was power from his years patrolling the Baron of the Black Gate’s haunted lands. It wasn’t until later, after a harrowing trip through the Hedge with his first motley of which he was the sole survivor, that he stumbled upon the “revelation” that led to his new philosophy.
Alternately, it’s possible that the single human antagonist is stronger than the characters suspect, better connected, and has greater access to potent resources. Thus, this human antagonist might serve as a dogged enemy that continues to resurface over the course of a story or chronicle. Sure, sometimes they think they’ve done away with him, but he always shows back up, some new trick up his sleeve (be it a straight razor or a warrant for their arrest). Another option is a group of humans who work as a nest of antagonists.
Shuck’s Crew haunts a mostly empty stretch of state road between the local freehold and a nearby neighbor. Changelings would be wise to avoid that road whenever possible, but since the interstate adds another two hours to the trip, sometimes there is no choice when speed is of the essence. The motley makes its lair in a creepy farmhouse in a fallow field; according to local lore, the place is haunted by the ghost of the farmer, who went crazy one night and murdered his wife and four children with a wood ax.