Lord Byron was a french nobleman who spent the majority of his life hosting lavish salons while the local peasants starved. While some would argue Byron was far from a good person, history has taken to looking at him through a pair of rose-colored glasses, instead focusing on the various artists and musicians he was patron to. When the French Revolution began, he and several guests at his estate were killed by the uprising.

Lady Eleanor was the twin sister of Lord Byron. Only slightly more aware than her younger brother, Lady Eleanor advocated that something should be done about the mass starvation, but refused to actually aid the various relief efforts. She was also known for her contributions to the arts, and was known to be the model in several more risque paintings. Unlike her brother, she is believed to have survived the uprising and subsequent attack on her estate, but how long she survived after that is unknown.