I'm planning out a tale in which the main character and the team he operates with are introduced some time later. The trouble I'm having is how to properly introduce four characters and swap the MC. Background: The first MC is a FBI task force officer named Tonya, who leads The Sentinels, a gang task force. The first couple chapters are about how she leads an assault on a mafia boss and Chaos magic abuser, Rufio Martin in his manor. (Rufio, within the span of only a few months, took over the entire criminal underworld with the help of Chaos Magic) The assault goes absolutely terrible when her group is literally obliterated by Rufio, sparing her and leaving an open challenge to stop him. Due to this operation gone awry her team is put on indefinite suspension to prevent further casualty despite the extremely dangerous threat Rufio is. She'll take the law into her own hands and recreate the Sentinels with magic users of her own, unfortunately the only ones available to her are prisoners. The story a couple chapters later has to shift to the real MC, Nicholas, and the new Sentinels made up of prisoners. The reason I had Tonya up first was to avoid prologue and give a bit of introspective on the "boss lady" character and why she did and does what she does. But my problem comes in with introducing the new Sentinels. I don't know how to comfortably transition and introduce them properly. Do I do it chapter my chapter? A bunch of paragraphs? Don't?