For the Director Only!
No overview found.
Someone has to keep things running, fix what's broken, or just clean up the messes everyone else makes. That's you. They never seem to appreciate you like they should, but they need you.
No current role.
Operates on promise and the sense of duty. The promise of a better world, and the knowledge that if she does not do what she does, few else will, and what she does isn't glorious, or famous, but necessary. Has an idea of how things are 'supposed' to be, and does her part to make that come about - except no one else does. But she continues. Because if she doesn't, who else will? And in her struggle, perhaps she can bring peace and order to a small part of this reality. And one day, maybe be appreciated for it.
Hiwa Lahnai (Isle of Dread)
You grew up on these islands, and you left as soon as you could. You love your family and your people, but there's no future there. You got a degree in Business Management and a second in Hospitality and started working your way up the resort food chain. You've done well for yourself, and your upbringing instilled in you a sense of duty in caring for others, so you're good at what you do. After saving up a bunch of vacation time, you used it all to take a couple months off to go home and help run a festival that could really change fortunes for the islands. You're in charge of hospitality - the makeshift resort 'huts', food stands, tiki bars and all the other stuff. This could put your people, your home, on the map. If it does, the next step is to take the paycheck and start your own resort and help your people thrive.
You honestly aren't thrilled they picked the Gray Island, the only one in the small chain that's not inhabited. Things would be so much easier on the main island, where there's at least some infrastructure for this kind of thing. You also would have an easier time getting local islanders to take jobs there. So what if crazed missionaries slaughtered the small village and desecrated the temple on that island 200 years ago? Fine, that's the island the Wellsons wanted, and you're going to run the grounds as best you can. Your people need this festival to succeed.
He is his brother's keeper. He watches over his family and friends and steps in when he sees things going wrong -- and if they go wrong before he gets the chance to step in, he steps in after and tries to pick up the pieces and fit them back together. And if his actions aren't appreciated, if they bring on anger or spite, well, that's par for the course. He will just sigh and carry on, ready to step in again the next time his people get in trouble.
This archetype has participated in no previous stories. Refer to the current role information above.