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I. THE DIRECTORS. There is only a small group official directors on the show. They keep things running in a smooth order by having some part in overseeing every aspect of the show. They also have a part in recruiting and contracting new members to Le Cirque Noir, though really only the Monsieur has the full power to bind an individual to the show forever.These guys have been around since the beginning, and therefore are the closest to the mysterious M. Sombre - though considering how elusive the man can be, that isn't saying much. You can also bet that their extended time at Le Cirque hasn't left them squeaky clean and unmarred. No, these guys are as dark and twisted as they come.
II. PERFORMERS. Next are the performers. These are the next tier of the unspoken hierarchy at Le Cirque and are the talented handful that have the privilege of performing in the big top. With the glittery costumes and extravagant makeup they wear, it's easy to regard the performers as celebrities. And with the adoration they receive from the audience, as well as what seems like a slight favor from the directors, some of them may even begin to believe it.
III. THE SIDESHOW. Below the performers are the freaks and sideshow performers. Since they have such a large draw to the public, these guys are still given respect within the members of the show. Considering how twisted the family at Le Cirque Noir is (and has been for a long time), not many really think twice about the abnormalities of this group. Siamese twins and bearded ladies are the norm in a place like this.
IV. THE WORKERS. The workers at Le Cirque are easily the bottom of the food chain. That's just the way it works. Though they may not be given much appreciation from the other groups, they are certainly necessary to the success of the show.
IV. THE LOCALS. First of all, we want to make it very clear that locals are not available for play at Le Cirque. However, we felt like it would be important to explain their role in the grand scheme of things. Locals, more commonly known as "Rubes" between the members of the show, are always (always) seen as the lowest life form on the lot. They are viewed as mindless sheep (you can make 'em believe anything), and really aren't good for anything besides making a buck. So, it doesn't matter what position you hold at Le Cirque Noir, when it comes to Rubes it's always "Us" against "Them."