(Military Officers)
“From Battle We Rise, for Survival, We Fight”

House Baldwin is a Military Officer class family of apes. The family was born out of a time of power struggles where they were once mercenaries for unruly and violent troops of apes. The Baldwin founders were a tight band of warriors who only knew battle, environment, and survival.


The reluctant Baldwins joined Giambuono and the Ape Society, after a stalemate battle was ended following the demise of the general of the mercenary family’s former employer.  The family crest is a black X covering a white shield, symbolizing the defeat of the crestless apes.


At first, Baldwins were short and abrasive in public, but were soon won over. Slowly but surely, they became accustomed to making friends instead of just allies on the battlefield. Attending Ape Society gatherings in the city, Baldwins began showcasing their newfound social skills and their prowess as fighters. Their experience in battle has made them natural leaders in the military ranks, and their tactical skills are unmatched. Their dedication to the cause of survival is unwavering, and they will stop at nothing to ensure the safety and prosperity of their fellow apes.

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