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The following characters are only mentioned in flavor text, or appear as minor characters in the storyline.

Alara[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Breya Breya, Etherium Shaper

While exploring Jund, the female Esperite Breya discovered carmot. To prove her achievement, Breya replaced the majority of her organic body with etherium she created herself.[1]
Derevi Derevi, Empyrial Tactician

Aven. One of the greatest generals of Bant who routed the Grixis hordes at the Battle of Split Peak and foiled a plot of the Esperites to assassinate her.[2]
Dolomarus Dolomarus, Proctor of the Clean

Indra Indra, nullmage of Vectis

Kess Kess, Dissident Mage

Kess's home is one of the few pockets of life remaining on the devastated shard-world of Grixis. She harvests vis, in hopes that she can one day use it to restore what was lost.[3]
Nazahn Nazahn, Revered Bladesmith

A leonin from Naya. Once an ordinary blacksmith, but his life changed when the Conflux merged his home with the shard of Bant. He found fame as a renowned weaponsmith and now wields a magical hammer of invincibility that allows him to hold hot, fiery metal.[4][3]
Olcot Olcot, Rider of Joffik

Pulan Pulan, Bant Orchardist

Rannon Rannon, Vithian holdout

Taani Taani, berserker of Etlan

Urak

Person who fell prey to an ooze.
Ydris

An ogre from the Grixis. An Incurable afflicted with unstable mutations that threatened to shatter his mind. Knights from Bant drove him into the Maelstrom, which stabilized his mutations and made him a conduit for its own chaos.[1]

Amonkhet[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
The Locust God

One of the three forgotten Gods.
The Scarab God

One of the three forgotten Gods.
The Scorpion God

One of the three forgotten Gods. He defeated Rhonas, Oketra and Kefnet.[5] Killed by Hazoret and a group of survivors led by Samut and Djeru.[6]
Anemakhte

A human initiate who saved a child, before being killed by the Eternals.[7]
Amohse Vizier Amohse

Teacher of Djeru, Samut and Nakht.[8]
Anep Anep, vizier of Hazoret

Vizier of Hazoret
Asenue

A heroic human initiate, who saved some people right before being killed by the Eternals.[7]
Basetha Basetha, initiate of Tah crop.

Female khenra initiate of Tah crop, participating in the Trial of Ambition. Twin of Setha.

One of the survivors of the trial.[9]

Dedi Dedi, initiate of Tah crop.

Human male initiate of Tah crop, one of their tallest and weakest. He died in the first stage of the Trial of Ambition.[9]
Eknet Vizier Eknet

Aven vizier of the Hekma Guard.[10]
Elekh Elekh, vizier of embalming

Vizier of Oketra
Epnokep Epnokep, vizier of Bontu

Vizier of Bontu
Etha Etha, initiate of Rhet crop

Former initiate of Rhet crop
Genub

A human initiate who lost his lover Makabe and his life to the Eternals.[7]
Hapatra Hapatra, vizier of poisons
Rhonas's broken fang

Vizier of Rhonas. A 34 year old woman with a stern face. She walks with her chin high and shoulders back.

Hapatra is skilled and the creation of poisons, has pet snakes and an odd sense of humor.[11][5] After her God's dead, she took leadership over the refugees from Naktamun. She has knowledge of ways to stop the Eternals.[6]

Haq Haqikah, vizier of Hazoret
Haqikah, survivor of Amonkhet

Young vizier of Hazoret, who led Samut and Djeru to his God in the Hour of Devastation. A survivor.[6]
Hepthys Hepthys, initiate of Tah crop.

Aven male initiate of Tah crop. He was killed by an ammit in the Trial of Ambition.[9]
Heqet Vizier Heqet

Teacher of Djeru, Samut and Nakht.[8]
Imi Imi, initiate of Tah crop.

Human female initiate of Tah crop. Befriended with Meris. Killed by flesh-eating scarabs in the Trial of Ambition.[9]
Iput Iput, vizier of Rhonas.

the Temple of Strength's youngest and most fleet-footed vizier.[5]
Ixor Ixor, Initiate of Rhet crop

Initiate of Rhet crop
Kamat Kamat, initiate of Tah crop.

Naga initiate of Tah crop. Killed by Neit in the Trial of Ambition.[9]
Kawit

A human initiate who tried to killed Nicol Bolas with Oketra's arrow, before being killed by the Eternals.[7]
Kesi Kesi, initiate of Tah crop.

Human female initiate of Tah crop, particpating in the Trial of Ambition.[9]
Khemses Khemses, charioteer

Khufu Khufu, vizier of Rhonas.

Broad-shouldered and bulky vizier of Rhonas, 35 years old, with a patch of gray sneaking across his temples.[5]
Makabe

A human initiate who was killed by the Eternals, came back zombified and then killed her lover Genub.[7]
Masika Masika, initiate of Tah crop.

Initiate of Tah crop. Killed in the Chamber of Pillars of the Trial of Ambition.[9]
Meris Meris, initiate of Tah crop.

A smart human male initiate of Tah crop, befriended with Imi. Killed by Djeru in the Trial of Ambition[9]
Nakht Nakht, acolyte of Tah crop

A young Aven boy who died outside the Hekma to save his friends Samut and Djeru with his water magic.[8]
Nassor Nassor, initiate of Tah crop.

Male minotaur initiate of Tah crop. He survived the Trial of Ambition by killing Tarik.[9]
Neheb Neheb, initiate of Ahn crop

Neheb the Worthy
Neheb, the Eternal

Talented minotaur initiate of Ahn crop.

A talented charioteer. Favoring a spear as his weapon, which he wreathes in magical flame before battle.[12]
Neheb died in the Trials of the Five Gods and was eternalized by Nicol Bolas. He was killed again by Samut and Gideon.[6]

Neit Neit, initiate of Tah crop.

Female initiate of Tah crop. Survived the Trial of Ambition by killing Namat.[9]
Neponem Neponem, vizier of Kefnet

Vizier of Kefnet
Nylah

A cynic human initiate, turned firm believer in the God-Pharaoh right before being killed by the Eternals.[7]
Pytamun Pytamun, initiate of Nef crop

Former initiate of Nef crop
Sana Sana, former Ahn-crop initiate

Former initiate of Ahn crop
Senifet Senifet, vizier of Bontu

Vizier of Bontu
Setha Setha, initiate of Tah crop.

Male khenra initiate of Tah crop. Twin of Basetha. Killed by swirling blades in the Trial of Ambition.[9]
Sokar Sokar, former Nef-crop initiate.

Tarik Tarik, initiate of Tah crop.

Initiate of Tah crop. Killed by Nassor in the Trial of Ambition.[9]
Tausret Tausret, initiate of Tah crop.

Human female initiate of Tah crop, particpating in the Trial of Ambition. One of their finest warriors.[9]
Tuya

A large basilisk residing in the Temple of Strength. Familiar and steed of Hapatra.[5]
Ukhat Ukhat, vizier of Initiation

Unesh Unesh, Criosphinx Sovereign

Diraden[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Falia Menarch Falia

A wise woman, who appeared to be a child. Through the use of Blood Magic she had gained her wisdom from her mother. This had slowed her aging considerably. Falia was instantly smitten by Gideon's good looks and secretly plotted to separate him from Chandra.[13]
Jurl

A goblin who guided Chandra and Gideon.[13]
Velrav Prince Velrav

A vampire prince. The ruler of Diraden. Killed by Chandra Nalaar.[13]

Dominaria[edit | edit source]

Fiora[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Dear Mother

The Duchess of House Revari. Killed by her third son and returned as a ghost. [14]
Abrado Abrado, Custodi Priest

Custodi Priest, a Lich.
Alendis Vice Chancellor Alendis, Chancellor Alendis

A former Academian who joined the Custodi. A speciest, targeted by Daretti and Grenzo's in their spree of revenge.[15][16]
Emilio Revari Don Revari

Third son of a noble house of middling influence. Killed his mother to inherite her manor in the hinterlands. In turn, he was killed by her spirit. [14]
Emralla Professor Emralla

Former teacher at the Academy. She was bankrupted by Muzzio's machinations.[15]
Ervos Trax

A criminal, controlling the lowlands all the way to the city of Talon and the docks beyond. Eliminated by his longstanding business partner Marchesa.[17]
Grinaldi Chancellor Grinaldi

Former chancellor of the Academy. He was forced to leave his position, after his wife found out he was having an affair.[15]
Irie

A young man from the Low City. Muzzio's apprentice.[15]
Lucia Covi Lucia Covi, Thorn of the Queen

Spymaster of Marchesa d'Amati..[18]
Mklthd

A homunculus who hates crowds.
Ottavio d'Oro Ottavio d'Oro, Electoral Committee Speaker of Paliano

Electoral Committee Speaker of Paliano
Regness Professor Regness

Former teacher at the Academy.[15]
Tulando Professor Tulando

Former teacher at the Academy. Slated to be Vice-Chancellor, he was blackmailed by Muzzio and resigned.[15]
Zadrous Fimarell Professor Fimarell

An former Academian who stole Daretti's ideas. Killed in Daretti's and Grenzo's revenge.[15][16]

Innistrad[edit | edit source]

Kaladesh[edit | edit source]

Kamigawa[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Genku

Moonfolk. Husband of Tamiyo. [19]
Hayato Hayato, Master Sailor

Hiroku

Moonfolk. A son of Tamiyo. [19]
Kenzo Kenzo the Hardhearted

Nashi

Nezumi. Adopted son of Tamiyo. [19]
Noboru Noboru, Master Kitemaker

Rumiyo Rumi

Moonfolk. A daughter of Tamiyo. [19]
Snow-Fur Snow-Fur, Kitsune Poet

Tender-Hand Tender-Hand, Kitsune Healer

Kitsune
Umeyo Ume

Moonfolk. A niece of Tamiyo. [19]

Lorwyn-Shadowmoor[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Awylla Awylla, Elvish Safewright

Braenna Braenna, Cobblesmith

Bowen Bowen, Barrenton Guardcaptain

Calydd Calydd, Kithkin Farmer

Deagan Deagan, Cenn of Burrenton

Desmera Desmera, Perfect of Wren's Run

Dindun Dindun of Kulrath Mine

Eidren Eidren, Perfect of Lys Alana

Flint Auntie Flint

The first boggart to pioneer the spiderwig, a mass of arachnids intended to be worn rather than eaten.
Galanda Galanda Feudkiller

Foremost among giant arbiters.

She holds court in an enormous bowl-shaped amphitheater in Lorwyn's mountains.[20]

Gnarltrunk

Grensch Grensch, Merrow Cutthroat

Grub Auntie Grub

A goblin folk hero.
Illulia Illulia of Nighthearth

Illulia Illulia, Flamekin Soulstoke

Mowagh Mowagh the Gwylion

Olka Olka, Mistmeadow Witch

Olly Olly of Goldmeadow

The Source The Source of the Wanderwine
The Source of the Wanderbrine

A Great Elemental guarding the source of teh Wanderwine. Revered by the merrows.
Talara Talara, Elvish Safewright

Tollek Tollek Worldslayer
Tollek Worldwatcher

Twila Twila, Gilt-Leaf archdruid

Vessifrus Vessifrus, flamekin demagogue

An upstart looking to inspire rebellion among the flamekin.

One day he may lead an uprising against the tyranny of the beauty-obsessed elves.

Warrik Brutehexer

Wort Auntie Wort

A famous goblin shaman.

Mirrodin-New Phyrexia[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Atraxa Atraxa, Praetors' Voice

A Mirran angel who was compleated by the joint efforts of four Phyrexian Praetors.[1]
Avaricta Avaricta, Gitaxian sective

Avaricta oversees and directs the virologists and biomancers of the Progress Engine in charge of perfecting phyretic infection and its virulence.[21]
Euphemia Euphemia, Nexus watcher

Izathel Izathel, Priest of the Annex

Rhmir Rhmir, Hand of the Augur

Muraganda[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Olanti Olanti, Muraganda druid

Rabiah[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Abdallah

The owner of a pair of magic sandals

Ravnica[edit | edit source]

Regatha[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Samir Mia Kaulda.

A woodland friend from Chandra..[13]
Walbert

Leader of the Order of Heliud. Killed by Chandra Nalaar.[13]

Shandalar[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Alera Benath Alera Benath, Kalonian ranger

Amira Amira, Skycaptain of Thune

Azguri Azguri, archmage of Evos Isle

Dionus Dionus, Elvish Archdruid

Endril Endril, Kalonian naturalist

Hastric Hastric, Thunian Scout

Idrus Idrus, War Priest of Thune

Juruk Juruk, Kalonian Tracker

Mokgar Mogkar, Kalonian Hunter

Rayel Vanger Rayel Vanger, Firstblade of Thune

Sarlena Sarlena, Paladin of the Northern Verge

Tarkir[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Allek Allek, Atarka hunter

Arel Arel, the Whisperer

A young shaman that was recently initiated.
Arel Arel, Unseen Whisperer

A dissenter among the Atarka, who sees a world without dragons. Arel believes that the dragonlords are abusive tyrants and secretly searches for those who would oppose them.[22]
Asmala Asmala, bloodfire mystic

Asmala Asmala, Silumgar sorcerer

Batar Batar Throatslasher

A Mardu warrior that followed Zurgo into the Qal Sisma Mountains. He later challenged the orc to a duel and was killed.[23]
Baihir Baihir Torn-of-Ear

An Ainok that resents human dominance within the Temur.[24]
Baihir Baihir, Dromoka mage

An Ainok master mage among the Dromoka.[25]
Chanyi Chanyi, mistfire sage

Chanyi Chanyi, Ojutai monk

Dar

Twin of Kela. Judge of the Jeskai and arbiter of guilt.[26]
Doshin Doshin Eye-Piercer

Bodyguard of Khan Alesha of the Mardu.[27]
Ebirri

A Rakshasa who had made a pact with Taigam in the old timeline.[28]
Faiso Faiso, Dromoka commander

Youngest commander among the Dromoka, whose tactical knowledge is valued even by the dragonlord herself.[29]
Feyomsi

The rakshasa teacher of Sidisi. Ruled the necropolis of Ukud in the old timeline.[30]
Gedruk Gedruk Wingbreaker

A dragonslayer of the Mardu.[31]
Ghelesh Ghelesh Shadowmane, rakshasa mage

Golran Golran, dragonscale captain

Golran Golran, Dromoka captain

Goton Goton, Qal Sisma shaman

Gvar Barzeel Gvar Barzeel, Krumar Commander

Leader of the orcs of the Abzan. Adopted brother of Khan Anafenza, he saved her from an assassination attempt by her brother.[32]
Gvar Barzeel Gvar Barzeel, Kolaghan Warrior

Whip master of Kolaghan, punishing those to weak to fight for the dragonlord.[33]
Houn Houn, Jeskai elder

Ishai Ishai, Ojutai dragonspeaker

Aven. Personal attendant of dragonlord Ojutai.[1]
Jagun Jagun Wingbreaker

Bodyguard of Khan Alesha of the Mardu.[34]
Jilaya Jilaya, Temur whisperer

Kadri Kadri, Dromoka Warrior

Kassur Kassur, Sultai hunter

Kela

Twin of Dar. Judge of the Jeskai and arbiter of innocence.[35]
Kerai Kerai Suddenblade, Mardu hordechief

Kerai Kerai Hatesinger, Kolaghan warrior

Khibat Khibat, Kolaghan warrior

Khibat Khibat the Revered

Khudal

A powerful rakshasa who tricked Tasigur into killing Yala. Responsible for the abandonment of the rakshasa of the Sultai and their handing over to Silumgar.[36]
Kirada Kirada, Qarsi Overseer

Custodian of Qarsi Palace.[37]
Kirada Kirada, Silumgar Enforcer

Krowg Krowg of Qal Sisma

Kuhnde

A Jeskai mantis rider. He later discovered how to tame and ride phoenixes.[38]
Kurtar Kurtar, Sultai necromancer

Kwaro

Aven. Captain of the guard of the Abzan khan.[39]
Kyu Kyu, Sage-Eye Mystic

Marrit Marrit of House Emesh

Captain of the Abzan's elite Dragonscale infantry[40]
Mogai Mogai, Silumgar noble

Mogai Mogai, Sultai scout

Mytha Mytha, Temur Shaman

Ngabo Elder Ngabo

Village Elder of Jigme in Jeskai lands.[41]
Nitula Nitula, the Hunt Caller

Hunt Caller of the Temur, who earned her title by fending off a pair of ogres singlehandedly.[42]
Oret

A cousin of Anafenza who betrayed her family to the Sultai. Executed upon Anafenza's ascension as khan.[43]
Oret

A cousin of Anafenza who was with her when she called upon the ancestors despite the ban on it. He killed her, allowing her to join the ancestors. Raised to the rank of scout captain among the Dromoka.[44]
Quan

Scribe of Khan Shu Yun of the Jeskai. Preserved scrolls that detailed the events of the Khanfall.[45]
Reyhan Reyhan, Last of the Abzan

A gifted military commander. After the majority of the Abzan surrendered to the dragonlord Dromoka, she rallied the remnants of her clan and became its final khan.[46][1] Not to be confused with Reyhan, Samite Alchimist from Ulgrotha.
Sakta Sakta, Atarka hunter

Siara Siara, the Dragon's Mouth

Shensu Shensu, Kolaghan rider

Shensu Shensu, Riverwheel mystic

Ikra Shidiqi Ikra Shidiqi, the Usurper

Former advisor of the last Sultai khan, the naga Shidiqi became the first Dragon's Mouth of Silumgar.[1]
Taklai Taklai, Mardu Ragesinger

Ulnok Ulnok, Atarka shaman

Ulnok Ulnok, Temur shaman

Urdnan Urdnan, the Wanderer

Urdnan Urdnan, Dromoka Warrior

Urut Barzeel Urut Barzeel, Mardu hordechief

Ancestor of Gvar Barzeel
Vallash Vallash, Mardu warrior

Varuk

Khan Zurgo's second-in-command. He later betrayed Zurgo in the Qal Sisma Mountains when the Khan became too obsessed with vengeance against Sarkhan.[47]
Vial Smasher Ankle Shanker

Female goblin. A clan-mate and a friend of Sarkhan Vol in the Mardu Horde.[1]
Vial Smasher Vial Smasher the Fierce

Brash and fearless, she has spent a lifetime handling— and smashing— vials of dragonfire in service to Kolaghan.[1]
Xathi Xathi the Infallible

Yala

A dragonslayer of the Sultai. She was framed for a poisoning attempt on Tasigur by the rakshasa and therefore executed.[48]
Yikaro Yikaro, Atarka warrior

Zhiada Zhiada, Dirgur protector

Zogye Zogye, Ojutai mystic

Zogye Zogye, wandering sage

Theros[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Aescalos Aescalos, Healer of Pharika

Aesrias Aesrias, hero of Iroas

A hero of Iroas whose deeds are manifold. [49]
Agathe Agathe, Priest of Pharika

Anax Anax, king of Akros

King of Akros. Worshipper of Iroas and Purphoros, seeking to expand Akros into an empire. Partnered with Cymede.[50]
Anthousa Anthousa of Setessa

Leader of Setessa. Favored by Karametra after killing a titan awakened by Keranos.[50]
Arissa

Last champion of the Iroan games[50]
Basarios Basarios the Blade

Brigone Brigone, Soldier of Meletis

Brimaz Brimaz, King of Oreskos

Leonin king of Oreskos.
Callaphe Callaphe the Mariner

Cymede Cymede, queen of Akros

Queen of Akros. Worshipper of Keranos and a gifted seer. Partnered with Anax.[50]
Drasus

A member of Kytheon Ioras Irregulars. Now deceased.[51]
Eocles Eocles, Oracle of Purphoros

Epikos

A member of Kytheon Ioras Irregulars. Now deceased.[51]
Guruthes Guruthes, disciple of Xenagos

Hira Hira, Street Oracle

Hypatia Hypatia of the Winged Horse

A former grange-mage from Meletis that became a soldier and became the lifelong ally of a Pegasus.[50]
Iadorna Iadorna, Death Priest of Erebos

Juri

Proprietor of the Juri Revue
Kalemne Kalemne, Disciple of Iroas

A theran giant that worships Iroas and leads armies in his name. [52]
Kanlos Kanlos, Akroan captain

Kedarick Kedarick VI, king of Iretis

Ill-fated king of Iretis, he lost his kingdom due to the machinations of Ashiok and Phenax. As his city was sacked by Leonin and he received the news of the death of his wife and child, he stabbed out his own eyes.[53]
Kenessos Kenessos, Priest of Thassa

Kleon Kleon the Iron-Booted

Kydele Kydele, Chosen of Kruphix

The primary oracle to Kruphix. For her, there is no greater virtue than seeking and facing the truth.[1]
Kynaois

Co-founder of Meletis after the defeat of Agnomakhos. Partnered with Tiro.[1]
Lanathos

A historian from Meletis, he studies the Leonin. Currently the only human allowed in Tethmos. [54]
Medomai Medomai the Ageless

A prophecizing sphinx, visiting Meletis several times to warn of future events.
Mirinthes Mirinthes, Akroan Captain

Olexa Olexa of the Twelve

Olexo Little Olexo

A member of Kytheon Ioras Irregulars. Now deceased.[51]
Perisophia Perisophia, the Philosopher

The most influential of the Twelve that rule Meletis, Perisophia is a favourite of Ephara.[50]
Polyxene Polyxene the Doubter

Rakleia Rakleia of Shrine Peak

Rastos Rastos, Disciple of Mogis

Ravos Ravos, Soultender

Oracle of Athreos. He swore to help the God guide the dead to the Underworld in exchange for seeing his dead lover once each year. In the interim, Ravos plots her rescue and secretly defies Athreos by escorting his wards back to the land of the living.[1]
Rhexenor Rhexenor, Akroan flamespeaker

Ristos

Former kingpin of the Akros penal colony.[51]
Telphe Telphe, druid of Nylea

Thrasios Thrasios, triton hero

One of the few tritons living in Meletis. Believing he possesses the divine sanction of Thassa, he explores the ocean's depths at the edge of the world.[1]
Tiro

Co-founder of Meletis after the defeat of Agnomakhos. Partnered with Kynaios.[1]
Tymna Tymna the Weaver

One of the few mortals on Theros to have mastered the magic of the Fates.[1]
Uremides Uremides the philosopher

Verenes Verenes, priest of Iroas

Zenon

A member of Kytheon Ioras Irregulars. Now deceased.[51]

Zendikar[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Akiri Akiri, kor line-slinger

A former leader of the kor who now safeguards travelers against Eldrazi threats.[1]
Arhana Arhana, Kazandu trapfinder

[1]
Bruse Tarl Bruse Tarl, Goma Fada nomad

A foul-mouthed nomadic herder who organized a force of nomads to battle the Eldrazi.
Chadir Chadir the Navigator

Erem

A Kor warrior who provided Nahiri with gear after her escape from Innistrad.[55]
Ganda Ganda, Goma Fada deserter

Harak Harak, Malakir bloodwitch

Jalun Jalun, Affa sentry

Javad Nasrin Javad Nasrin, Ondu relic hunter

Mulak Ffar

Author of Vastwood Biodiversity
Mzali Mzali, Lighthouse Archmage

Nablus Nablus, North Hada trapper

Najiya Najiya, leader of the Tajuru

Numa Numa, Joraga Chieftain

Nissa Revane's Chieftain[56], Most likely dead[57].
Raff Slugeater Raff Slugeater, goblin shortcutter

Ryza Ryza, Oran-Rief scout

Sachir Sachir, Akoum Expeditionary House

Samila Samila, Murasa Expeditionary House

Skab Skab, goblin secretkeeper

Tenri

A Kor healer, met by Nahiri after her escape from Innistrad.[55]
Yon Basrel Yon Basrel, Oran-Rief survivalist

Zada Zada from Slab Haven

The leader of the Tuktuk tribe after she ate Tuktuk.[58]

Unknown plane[edit | edit source]

Name Title Description Cards
Arahbo Arahbo, Roar of the World

A Cat Avatar. Like a lion's roar thunders across the savannah, Arahbo's voice resounds through the Multiverse, stirring the hearts of every cat and awakening their spirits to his call. A primordial being, Arahbo represents the ideal feline: clever, perceptive, assertive, poised, and a vicious hunter.[3]
Balan Balan, Wandering Knight

A solitary leonin knight, who loves the thrill of being the wandering hero. She'll pounce into battle to defend the innocent or slay an evil beast. She has many a tale of adventure, and will happily share them if there's a crackling fire and warm drink involved.[3]
Byro Byro, plague doctor

Doriel Doriel, Mentor of Mistral Isle

Esara Esara, healer adept

Euphemia Euphemia, Nexus watcher

Evo Ragus Evo Ragus

Eyra Sergeant Eyra

Flearan One-Eye

A Goblin engineer.
Frasio Frasio, royal archivist

Gorghul Gorghul, Augur of Skulls

Hilneth Lord Hilneth

Hulo Hulo, the Pentinent Wanderer

Imailia Squire Imalia, savior of Thiswick

Inalla Innalla, Archmage Ritualist

A masterful human wizard whose quest for power led her to probe the depths of the darkest sorcery. She concealed her arcane practice from the elders of her conclave, impressing them with her talent and working her way up to the position of archmage.[3]
Ippin Ippin, master cartographer

Jalira Jalira, Master Polymorphist

Kenjek Kenjek, captain of the Thousand Swords

Krond Krond, the dawn-clad

An Archon, nemesis of Vela, the night-clad
Lalor Lalor the Obstinate

A pretender king killed by a rebels.
Licia Licia, Sanguine Tribune

A vampire warrior on a plane inspired by Ancient Rome. She is an army general renowned for her ruthlessness in battle. She wields dual swords stained with the blood of countless victims, including the enchanted blood of an angel, whose feathers Licia wears in her helmet as a symbol of her supremacy.[3]
Lila Lila, Erunian priest

Lumi Lumi, Goatherd

Mathas Mathas, Fiend Seeker

Both a vampire and a vampire hunter. His desire to be the only one of his kind drives him to betray his brethren. He hunts his fellow vampires and brands them with a powerful holy symbol, condemning them to death.[3]
Nekusar Nekusar, the Mindrazert

Nin Nin, the pain artist

A Vedalken Wizard
Ryda Ryda, geomancer

Ryda Sergeant Ryda

Saskia Saskia the unyielding

The sole survivor of a massacre conducted against her village by an invading army from across the sea. With axe in hand and a host at her back, she brought war to the doorsteps of her enemies.[1]
Shai Fusan Shai Fusan, Archmage

Sildark Sildark, artificer of Omu

Tana Tana, the Bloodsower

An elf abandoned in the woods as a child. She has become a feral prowler, viciously hunting trespassers to feed her saproling caretakers.[1]
Varra Varra, Warden of the East Road

Vela Vela, the night-clad

A human wizard, nemesis of Krond, the dawn-clad
Veldka Veldka, wandering sage

Volux Volux, disciple of Nin

Disciple of Nin, the Pain Artist
Vradeen Vradeen, vampire nocturnus

Yare-Tiva Yare-Tiva, warden of Gramur forest

Zul Ashur Zul Ashur, lich lord

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