According to a Financial Times report, FCA chief Martin Wheatley has been nicknamed The Grey Vampire by some in the authority.
A quick scan of dungeons.wikia.com and you can understand why so many senior insurance execs are using the cloak of anonymity to brief against him in press reports.
“Through beguile and charm, and judicious use of minions, he pulls strings and nothing more.” Sounds about right so far.
“… a vampire does everything in his power to isolate, disable, and strip their prey of power before moving in for the kill. Through spell or brute force, once subjugated you are doomed to have your blood drained whole, to leave no witnesses.”
The “shoot first ask questions later” speech suddenly starts to make more sense. But beware anyone hoping the man at the top can be chopped.
“In the event of decapitation, or failing to feed in time, a grey vampire enters a state of deathly sleep until a blood-bearing creature passes within
30ft of their prone body. At that point they awaken, crazed, and attack…”
Otto, Tidjane or anyone else looking to take on the undead…. you have been warned.
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