The Weekdays are the smallest faction, and also the most tight-knit. They have a connection to the supernatural, the mystical, and the just plain strange.
Sunday is a changeling of unknown origin, with ties to divine figures she calls “the Ladies” and an obsession with biblically-accurate angels. She’s the most researched and knowledgeable in the faction, but she’s also just a little… off.
Monday has had so many near-death experiences she’s starting to think it’s not a coincidence that she keeps escaping unharmed. And she suspects it has something to do with all the “business trips” her father keeps going on.
Tuesday is a werewolf, plain and simple, but he’s more dog than wolf. The others think he turns into a monster every month, but it’s just that he’d rather not let them see him getting confused by mirrors and licking up any and all peanut butter he can find.
Wednesday is a moody teenager, sure. But when her moods get out of hand, reality bends to her will. Her outbursts turn into hurricanes, her tears into floods, and when she doesn’t like someone, it’s like they never existed.
Thursday is a gamer and frankly the only normal person in the faction, if it weren’t for the tiny little fact that he’s also a government agent tracking the activity of supernatural individuals online, and some of their conversations are becoming eerily familiar.
Friday is a medium who is completely done with all of this “supernatural” business. She just wants to get through college so she can stop working as a barista and get her own apartment, but apparently it’s her “duty” to “help spirits find peace.” Complete and utter bullshit, in her opinion.
Saturday is a full-time party boy and part-time Oracle who wishes his visions came at more convenient times. Splitting your time between present and future is tiring, annoying, and more than little bit depressing, since nothing he does changes the outcomes.