Favorite Drink: Hefeweizen Style Beers
Fun Fact: Suspiciously strong when distracted.
Mora's the sole owner of her family's vegetable farm "Las Lindas". Born with a short fuse and a fiery soul, she grew up a harsh and selfish woman, living a life of drinking and fun. Only the sudden news of her mother's passing was enough to bring her back and restore the family farm. Mora was unprepared for the burden of running a business on her own and quickly realized she needed help. Recruiting anyone who would come, she now finds herself surrounded by a colorful bunch of characters.
Favorite Dessert: Peanut Brittle
Fun Fact: Some of the gophers he's thrown are still in orbit.
Minos is a mysterious wanderer who came to Las Lindas in search of seasonal work and stayed because he fell in love with its owner. Mora cannot help see her future in Minos as her own father came and went in the same fashion. But there are so many questions surrounding him that nothing is ever certain. Minos, at times, has even exhibited incredible strength far beyond even what a prime can do.
Favorite Hobby: Fantasy Gaming
Fun Fact: Looks even cuter in reading glasses.
Taffy is one of the first who come to Mora's help when the farm proves to be more than she can handle alone and has since become Mora's closest friend. Taffy's determined to making the perfect home after leaving a broken one and acts as surrogate mother to many of the farm's residents. Now she wrestles with the idea of settling down too early, worried that never knowing what's out there will embitter like her own mother.
Favorite Hobby: Collecting Firearms
Fun Fact: Has the most nicknames. "Patches", "Alej" and "Boss"
Alejandra is Mora's childhood friend with a much more complicated adulthood. When Mora abandoned her home at a young age, Alejandra focused on her career and became a cold and calculating woman. It was only when Mora returned that she realized how wounded she was and how empty her life had become. Alejandra became obsessed at defeating her new "rival" to prove her superiority and that she had made all the correct decisions in life.