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Greg Falkenheimer is a commander in the Bottle Street Gang and a character in the Dishonored Roleplaying Game.

Biography[]

Greg was one of Slackjaw's underlings with a position of leadership among Bottle Street. He represented the gang members working at the Greaves Whale House. Like the rest of his gang, he is less interested in social justice than he is to get leads on the whale oil industry in order to improve Bottle Street's position. His gang has been in a territorial conflict with the Hatters also working at the whale slaughterhouse. Unbeknownst to him, that same conflict is being fueled by Luke Greaves, the owner of Greaves Lightning Oil in order to distract his work force from rioting for better life conditions.

Dishonored Roleplaying Game - The Oil Trail[]

In 1827, Greg is approached by Mikael Hauger, a supervisor at the factory who is fed up by the treatment inflicted upon the Morleyan community in Dunwall by the oligarchs competing on the Whale Oil market. Mikael wants to rally both Bottle Street and the Hatters to get back at the oil barons, Greaves and Lady Julie Coldridge, and force labor changes. After being convinced by Mikael's allies, they agree to meet in the Distillery District at the granary barn of Marika Moller, a lieutenant of the Hatters and local community leader.

The situation between the two rival gangs is tensed, but they eventually come to an agreement: they will assassinate Lady Coldridge during the Fugue Feast and either kill Greaves or force him out of his company's management. The meeting is however interrupted by the City Watch setting fire to the neighboring White Clove Inn, a popular drinking place for the Morleyan workers. This act, committed in retaliation for the recent breakout of several prisoners from Colridge Dockyards and hiding in the Distillery District, seeds discord among the rebellion. The Hatters start blaming a snitch among the Bottle Street gang. It is eventually cleared after Mikael's allies find the traitor in the community, Lars Njemal, one of the escapees, who was coerced by Lady Coldridge. Once the group cohesion is restored, Greg agrees on behalf of Bottle Street on whichever plan was decided to march on Greaves Estate in the Water District.

A few days after Luke Greaves was removed from his company's leadership, and despite the continued repression of the Morleyan community by the City Watch, Greg Falkenheimer honors his oath to the rebellion. He provides some of his men to assist Mikael Hauger's allies in ambushing Julie Coldridge's convoy and assassinating her on the road to Poolwick. The Fugue Feast will grant them immunity for this deliberate act.

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