The Sons of Bitch is an informal name for the ragtag family that Rachel Lindt formed around her.
Goals and MethodsEdit
The group was originally a subset of the plan to seize territory in Brockton Bay for the Undersiders financier. After a falling out however this was changed to providing security for the settlers of Earth Gimel and a place for the animals under Rachel's care to run around and receive training.
Rachel would collect her dogs after she first ran away from home. she would add more as she rescued them. Staying at shelters and similar.
Barker and Biter were hired for Rachel by Coil, as well as a medical student and Dog groomer. They survived a survey that the Siberian conducted to test Bitch's potential as part of a process to nominate the teenage villainess to the Slaughterhouse 9.
Biter would help against the Dragon Suits that were deployed against The Undersiders. The nascent Sons of Bitch would effect a strategic retreat from the conflict.
Other individuals would later join the group, including a father and daughter pair.
She would begin to provide puppies to the orphans under Skitter's care. This helped socialize the young dogs and help the Human children as well.
Relocated to Earth Gimel after the Echidna incident, through the redirected portal that was used to resolve the crisis. The members largely adjusted well but missed certain modern amenities.
Rachel would also expand her operation helping to train dogs that would be spread out among the settlers of Gimel to provide various services.
While Bitch, Biter, and Barker all participated in the events of Gold Morning, the majority of the members both Human and Canine stayed out of the fighting.
Six months later, the group would be out in full force during a meeting of the leadership of the Undersiders.
The human members include.
- Wolf packs are now found to be extended family units held together by bounds of Kith and Kin, instead of the previous model where a powerful 'Alpha' beat out all challengers into submission to their authority, as has been depicted throughout the twentieth century.
- Members are always deployed in teams of two, a Human/Canine pair.