Our Founder and Leader is Sherlock Quixote. It is widely believed that he is a direct descendant of the famous Don Quixote whose adventures were extolled by the equally heralded Miguel Cervantes de Saavedra. Skeptics maintain that the Don was a fictional creation. Traditionalists categorize those skeptics with those who would suggest that Shakespeare's works were actually scribed by Sir Francis Bacon or Christopher Morley. Ultimately, who cares? The important thing is that they were written. By that same logic, does it matter if Lord Sherlock is the actual descendant of the genuine Ingenioso Hidalgo de la Mancha or of a fictional one? It is much more aesthetically pleasing as truth.