Godfather Morlock was the head of Faction Paradox's Bio-Research Wing. He spent decades researching biodata, discovering things that only he could understand. He developed a series of biodata-related inventions for the Faction, including the tracking-knife and the biodata virus.

He was described by one of his students as "a cross between Henry VIII and Isaac Newton". (PROSE: The Book of the War)

Biography Edit

By tampering with his biodata, Morlock managed to live longer. Morlock perfected the tracking-knife and was most notable for creating the biodata virus. He summoned loa out of thin air when he needed them. Morlock later became the acting speaker in the Parliament of the Eleven-Day Empire. (PROSE: The Book of the War)

Morlock worked with Godfather Kobold to create the myth of the Peace and manipulate the life of Dysgenia so that she would use a bomb disguised as the Peace to destroy several enemies of the Faction. (PROSE: The Story of the Peace)

Morlock once conducted a series of studies on the biodata of famous individuals. The results of these studies inspired the creation of the Cult of Celebrity Death. (PROSE: The Book of the War)

Morlock wrote the section on oxbow realities in The Book of the Truce. (PROSE: Weapons Grade Snake Oil)

Morlock addressed Parliament to tell them that Cousin Dysgenia had found the Peace, and that they would be auctioning it between the Great Houses and the enemy. (PROSE: The Story of the Peace)

After Sabbath attained the rank of Godfather, Morlock helped conduct a ritual to fortify Sabbath's timeline by killing his ancestors. In part, Morlock did this because he it would give him the chance to search for new Faction recruits. When they came to 1899 to murder Fiora Venn, Morlock took interest in Emma James. Any plans to recruit Emma were put to a swift end when Morlock saw that Fiora was already pregnant with Sabbath's grandfather, meaning that Emma would have to be killed in Fiora's place. However, Morlock saw potential in Emma's friend Justine McManus and recruited her. (AUDIO: Movers, A Labyrinth of Histories)

Morlock was killed when Lolita ate the Eleven-Day Empire. (AUDIO: The Shadow Play)

Appearance Edit

Morlock appeared to be in his early-sixties, however he was much older. He was tall, bulky and had a shaven head. (PROSE: The Book of the War)