"The people need help, before the bottom falls out."
A grizzled sailor, still with a full head of hair in his early 50s, Grimsley acts as head of a new dock workers union in Flint. Though he only worked the docks in his youth, Grimsley spent decades sailing—primarily as captain of a ferry service in Flint’s harbor, but with a stint in the navy during the last Yerasol War. He took a gash from a policeman’s knife on the side of his face in the last big docker riot. He has a very stylized public speaking voice, one full of unnecessary, melodramatic pauses.
- Recently he tried to speak with Governor Stanfield about improving dockers’ conditions.
- Grimsley is alleged to be negotiating with Parity Lake factory workers to develop a union for them.