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Cagliostro Cagliostro
(see Cain)

Cain Cain
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Callindra
References:
A2, A3, C11

Callindra

Angela's young defense attorney during her trial for high treason. When the trial began, Callindra was about 200 years old and Angela was her first client.

After successfully clearing Angela's name, Callindra remained in Elysium to continue pursuing her career.

Cameraman
References:
105, 106

Cameraman*
After a mysterious red cloaked hero pulls the victims of a plane crash from the wreckage, a photographer who captured the heroism tries to sell the images to a tabloid. He strikes a deal, but before it can finalize, he is murdered by Jason Wynn's assistant and the photos are stolen.
Camille
References:
Shadows

Camille
The girlfriend of Detective Leah, Camille grows frustrated with Leah's lack of intimacy. Together they have just moved into a cursed apartment complex under which a fallen angel dwells.
Captain Burgess
References:
BF1

Captain Burgess
A police captain who welcomes John Sansker to the city shortly after his arrival in New York.
Captain Mercier
References:
DA10

Captain Mercier
The captain of the merchant ship Isaud which sailed the passage between the Isle of Wight and Dieppe, France. Covenant booked passage on the ship once so as to return to England, but the ship met nasty weather and was torn apart. The ship's crew blamed the bad luck on Covenant so they tied him to rocks in a cave and left him to die.
Captain Monica Straight
References:
S&T11, S&T12, S&T13, S&T18, S&T19, S&T21, S&T23, S&T24, S&T25, S&T26

Captain Monica Straight

Alias: Shift Lieutenant Monica Straight, Commander Monica Straight

A Shift Lieutenant with the police who was promoted to Captain of Sam and Twitch's department following the Udaku case. She warned her officers that she would not abide any corruption and used Sam and Twitch as examples of good cops.

Cardinal
References:
C2, Salvation

Cardinal
A dark servant of the Anti-Pope. The Cardinal is the anti-pope's liason with the armies of hell during the future-apocalypse. He warns his master of the danger in releasing the Mumblers.
The Cargo-Killer
References:
C6

Cargo-Killer

Alias: Solomon Weaver

Solomon Weaver was an electronics salesman and a serial killer. For over two and a half years, Solomon Weaver murdered countless hookers and then sent their bodies through the mail. Eventually he himself was murdered in retribution by Suture.


Carie Anne Andrews Carie Anne Andrews
(see Nyx)
Carl
References:
125

Carl (1)
When Jason Wynn returns to the CIA after being imprisoned for a time, he is welcomed back by a number of his former colleagues and peers. Carl is among those who welcome the former boss back.
Carl
References:
175

Carl (2)
A man working for Ed Kemper in the frontier town of Bane. Carl was the hangman responsible for lynching Francis Parker and Jeremy "Ol' Job Winston. He paid for his crimes soon after when Ol' Job returned as a hellspawn and killed Carl in the town saloon.
References:
S&T16, S&T17, S&T19

Carl Munoz
A bail bondsman who frequently hired bounty hunters to recapture bail jumpers. He was murdered by Bilal Christian, one of his bounty hunters.
Carlo Giamotti
References:
1

Carlo Giamotti
A hitman found thrown through a window with his heart removed and placed in his mouth. One of a string of murders by Violator soon after Spawn's arrival on Earth.
Carlos
References:
231

Carlos
A man that was being threatened with decapitation unless he would provide a name to his tormentor. Then, after they threatened his family as well, Spawn arrived and attacked his captor.
Carlos Nortego
References:
193, 194, 195, 196, 199, 216,
221, 227

Carlos Nortego

Leader of the Nortego crime cartel. Carlos had his fingers in a number of illegal activities but the majority of his wealth and power came from the illegal drug trade. Carlos maintained his control by ruthlessly murdering, threatening or bribing those who stood in his way.

One of the businesses under Nortego's control was St. Anthony's Hospital in New York City. St. Anthony's housed a number of mysterious patients, including Patient 47 - a test subject of program attempting to create super-humans.

Nortego had become involved with Jason Wynn of the USSG to supply research and technology for the program. Nortego had a number of scientists in his employ including some German scientists on the cutting edge of gene-splicing therapies. However, after the research supplied to Wynn failed to yield successful results (inlcuding the death of Patient 22), Wynn grew impatient. He decided their next patient should be taken to Nortego's German scientists directly for experimentation. This new attempt also failed, resulting in the monstrosity called Tremor.

Years later when St. Anthony's Hospital exploded and its patients were scattered across the city, Nortego initiated a manhunt to find the formerly comotose Patient 47.

The hunt failed at every turn, but eventually Patient 47 (or Jim Downing as he was calling himself) showed up at Nortego's office on his own. The two had a discussion that revealed Jim Downing was actually partners with Jason Wynn, in charge of the genetic testing program and he had chosen himself to be his final test-subject.

In anger at the revelations of his past, Jim Downing appears to have snapped the neck of Carlos Nortego.

Carmine
References:
CY3

Carmine
A thief who, along with his accomplice Vince, tried to mug a man named Chow. Unfortunately for them, Chow had just summoned the god Kali.
Carrick the Tanner
References:
DA10

Carrick the Tanner
A tradesman in the Shire of Rackham that was killed along with all the other able bodied men of his village.

Carrie Anne Andrews Carrie Anne Andrews
(see Nyx)
Caryn
References:
88

Caryn
A waitress at the prestigious Oak Room at the Plaza. Caryn waited on the table where a meeting between Cogliostro, Ambassador Epiphani and Mammon took place to discuss the whereabouts of Spawn. Mammon flirted with the girl during their meal, but when he left enraged at Cogliostro, he maliciously told Caryn her grim future in order to hurt her.
Cataclysm
References:
C11

Cataclysm
A stark and cold prison in Limbo's core. One of its prisoners, the ex-angel Lilith, is released by Deurges.
   
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