Old outlaw turned priest
Enrique Martinez used to be a very bad man. In his youth, he graduated from armed robbery to drug trafficking, and ended up spending fifteen years in prison after killing a man. He’ll cheerfully tell you all this if you ask, and go on to tell you that, bad as prison was, it turned out being the thing that saved his life. He found religion, kicked his drug habit, and got onto anew path he’s still following. He’s been the face of the Church in Poisonville for 25 years, much to the sheriff’s unending chagrin. Martinez is not a meek man; he still sports prison tattoos, scarred knuckles and a cauliflower ear, and while he hasn’t punched a man in anger in a long time, he’s still a fighter, and he’ll do just about anything to protect his flock. He’s not clued in, but he’s a powerful ally for anyone on the right side of justice.