In Kingsmouth there are a bevy of Lore Characters scattered about! Keep an eye out and you may find the following lore characters. All the information gathered here is from the Cry Gaia Wiki check it out for all the Lore character information.!
Reverend Henry Hawthorne is the pastor of Kingsmouth Congregational church and a self-proclaimed “hobbyist member” of the Illuminati. He claims to have done extensive research about Kingsmouth and the influence the Illuminati had on its founding. In one investigation mission, he tasks the player with following the footprints of the Illuminati and finding out where it leads. He doesn’t need a badge.
Madame Rogêt is a psychic at Raven’s Knock in Kingsmouth who sells occultist items and tells peoples’ fortunes.
Deputy Andy Gardener, a resident of Kingsmouth, is holed up at the Sheriff’s office defending the area with other citizens from zombies. He’ll speak with the players about the Draug and zombies that players have to face in Kingsmouth, and give tips about how to stop their invasion. Andy seems to have some psychological problems as a result of his father leaving when he was young.
Harrison Blake is on the bridge outside of Kingsmouth overlooking the Solomon Islands. A member of the Orochi Group, he appears to be the supervisor of the team originally tasked with observe and document after The Polaris ran aground. The team was told not to interfere with the situation or to assist the townspeople in any way. He does not introduce himself before informing you that he has been convinced by Ms. Radcliffe to circumvent the non-intervention policy by using outside resources.
Ann Radcliffe is on the bridge outside of Kingsmouth overlooking the Solomon Islands. A member of the Orochi Group, she is part of a team originally tasked with observation and note taking after The Polaris ran aground. The team was told not to interfere with the situation or to assist the townspeople in any way. Disagreeing with the non-intervention policy, Ann convinced her supervisor, Harrison Blake, to take more “direct action” by using outside resources.