Seattle wasn’t always ran by the grim-faced Knight Errant, Lonestar used to have the contract for the entire city. Sure, they were corrupt and easily bribed at times, but they had a human face and worked more like actual detectives that pure security more often than not. Unfortunately, the switch over left many of the Lonestar security forces unable to secure a job in other corporate venues, and many were left unemployed or forced to work small-time security gigs. Jacob Wolfe is washed out, potentially an alcoholic, and not as good as he was in his prime, but this middle-aged beat-cop has seen pretty much everything a cop could see in the book, along with plenty of drek outside of it as well. When it comes to crime, criminal connections, or anything regarding both sides of law enforcement, he’s a good repository of knowledge if you can get past the excessive whiskey, smoking, and ranting.