Aunty M – Advice Columnist

Aunty M is the latest addition to the Evening Shroud Staff.

Ask Aunty M was a popular advice column for over 20 years for the Etiquette Times, Havenbrook, NY.

Since her arrival in Rhy’Din, Aunty M has graciously taken our offer to join the Evening Shroud!

Have a question you need answered?  Ask Aunty M!

Aunty M is willing to address any question — However if she considers a question rude, vulgar or otherwise inappropriate she’s likely to respond in private.

(WARNING!  Aunty M may seem like a kind elderly lady, but she has quite the temper.  Keep your questions courteous, polite and preferably fluffy!  Avoid the wrath of Aunty M!  Also — any recent images of Aunty M sent to this newspaper will be ignored — by contractual obligation.  Please stop sending them?  Thank you. ~ ES Ed.)


Eagle Eye — He Spies IT — You Read It!

Eagle Eye – Gossip Columnist

I Spy, Eagle Eye, known as E or EE to his friends, has the awesome ability to speak Llamanease as well as contemporary Canary.

A party animal, Eagle Eye knows how to accessorize! From the steamy muck of the gutters to the glamor and glitz of the realms most royal and famous, he mingles with any willing crowd, bringing YOU the latest and greatest gossip, trends and whatever catches his eagle eyes!

EE isn’t picky — he can be found wandering the Dockside, hanging out in the WestEnd, shopping in the Marketplace, sightseeing in the Temple District, even dancing in Stars End!  No matter where he roams he’s going to bring it all home to you!


Physhra Pink Insisted We Use This Image — “It’s in my contract” She reminded.

Physhra Pink — Field Reporter

Mz. Pink was recently returned home by a horrified and now-defunct production company. After a scuffle with the late editor, Mr. I. M. Rougecou, Mz. Pink has been relegated to field reporting full-time as Mr. deLaw prefers to remain alive and breathing.

Sharp of wit and mean spirited, it is recommended that you get out of this vixen’s way if she is in a bad mood or drinking… which is most of the time.

Most often found at Dickie’s Dirk and Dagger, Mz. Pink has a strong preference for her beverages, if you care to purchase a drink for her, let the bartender tell you what’s she’s drinking on that particular night.

A not-so-famous-B-Movie Star, Physhra can be seen in such cult classic greats as “My Son, Three-Headed Joe” and “Ride the Wild Rancheros“. Rumors of her decision to take over the world are true; but we have yet to discern to which world she refers.

There is much unknown about Mz. Pink and it is best kept that way.

(Any images you may have obtained of Mz. Pink while she was out on the town — please stop sending them to us!  We don’t want to know! ~ ES Ed.)

Never One for Pictures -- Sharon Gossip Objects!

Never One for Pictures — Sharon Gossip Objects!

Sharon Gossip – Journalist/Reporter/Copy Editor

Ms. Gossip is known for her “nose for news”.

A native Rhy’dinian, a rare breed when one is merely a lowly human, she has no overt or apparent magical abilities, Sharon is fond of reminding that she must work for a living. Coming from an average family, and of somewhat nondescript appearance, Sharon is often overlooked, making it easy for her to eavesdrop which she rather enjoys doing. She prefers to be amused rather than in the spotlight.

She worked for The Oracle during it’s short life serving Rhy’Din News.  But after a lucky Nexus Shift returned the wayward Evening Shroud Sharon returned to her former position.

Sharon moonlights as a comic book writer, She is best known for her involvement with the popular “Tribal Girls” and “Dreaming” series’.

(If anyone can get a better picture of Sharon the Evening Shroud will pay you handsomely for a copy! ~ ES Ed.)

Our Esteemed Editor in Chief

Our Esteemed Editor in Chief

Benton deLaw – Editor in Chief


Mr. deLaw graduated top of his class from the prestigious Glorian Guards Academy, Pickeringsville. Benton brings his excellent skills of avoidance and sharp eye for current trends to the lush pages of The Evening Shroud.

Mr. deLaw has graciously acted as Editor in Chief for the Evening Shroud for twelve-years. His penetrating perceptions and knack for trustworthy informants have provided indispensable insight for the Evening Shroud readership. His adaptability and quick-wit has kept the NEWS flowing no matter what the circumstance.

(ed. – His is the only bio we are not allowed to mess with.)