Blood-Sister, Blood-Brother, by Joe Gunnarson, is the story of Outcast Corner’s work to rescue Deimos from killing depression after the death of her sister, Phobos. It was released on 2017-03-21. It happens during Summer vacation 2017, but is otherwise undated. The best estimate I can give is that it starts on 2007-06-12 and ends on 2007-07-23. It follows Murphy's Laws of Whateley and Small Mercies, and is followed by Siblings and Savages.
The dates here are close, but may not be exactly right. We got them by chiseling here and there, and then giving it a sharp tap with Mjölnir.
Headmistress Carson gets a call from Johann Richter that his daughter Janine Richter has fallen into a killing depression. She tells Eldritch, who tells the rest of the Outcasts. They agree to rally round and see whether they can pull Janine out of her depression.
Janine is improving.
Janine is improving even more.
Janine is having fun with the rest.
Razorback pulls a prank. Back at Whateley, Roland Williams blew a gasket when he learned that the Imp was on the docket to be hired as an art instructor. Then Gunny Bardue gives Elizabeth Carson the files on the last six people they want to hire for the Ranges and Security. Carson is not happy - she knows who they are.
The Outcasts swear a blood oath of brotherhood and sisterhood. Then … something … intervenes, adding a seventh.
- Elizabeth Carson Lady Astarte, Headmistress of Whateley Academy
- Richter family
- Wulfin the Purifier Janine’s mother, mentioned
- Outcast Corner
- Pinpoint long-distance teleporter. Does job offscreen
- Doctor Diabolik (Mentioned)
- Doctor Reaper (Mentioned)
- Oscar Bardue Gunny Bardue, Ranges and Crisis Simulation team, Whateley Academy
- Roland Williams History teacher, (mentioned)
- Ryan Wilson Range supervisor (mentioned)
- unnamed sister, mentioned
- Imp (mentioned)
- Dragonslayers (Mentioned)
- Thrasher (Mentioned)
- Gaia Gives blessing (Not recognized as such)
- Terra-Kashaly, Thirdborn
- Fey Mentioned
- Amelia Hartford Assistant Headmistress, Whateley Academy
- Darren Englund