Continuing the series, this time with the man who is and serves "The Man". Although I initially thought of him as an older First One, changing him to a young man made him much less stereotypical and so much more interesting as a character.
Leader: Ramis was born to privilege and power, to the point where both are part of who he is. Ramis has his slaves travel to him, not the other way around.
Modus Operandi: Ramis knows his house needs to ensure its power and works tirelessly to ensure things do not change.
Benefits: Servants of House Ougozar controls the apparatus of government. By spending one favor point to lower penalties, the effects are doubled, thus lowering a crime by two levels. If a crime is minor or less, no penalty is inflicted, allowing servants of House Ougozar to, literally, get away with murder.