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  • Tyrant's Eye

    Originally the third eye of the dragon tyrant Yerev, it was said that this pale, scarred orb slew any creature it could see. It was bested when an army rose up against him on a moonless night, cloaking them from the eye's sight in utter darkness. Once the …

  • Lya Jierre

    An ambitious tiefling in her late 20s, Lya is the niece of [[:han-jierre | Han Jierre]], the Sovereign of Danor (her father is Han’s brother). She graduated top of her class from the prestigious academy of war, the Jierre Sciens d’Arms, and many students …

  • Nilasa Hume

    Information has been hard to find on Nilasa, but here's what the constables have learned so far: - She worked at the Thinking Man's tavern in Bosum Strand. - She wore a necklace that allowed her to fly for short distances. It's currently missing. …

  • Nevard Sechim

    For decades Nevard was one of the most prescient and respected skyseers in Risur. Then, with the rise of industry and the fading power of the skyseer’s visions, his star waned, and he withdrew into the Cloudwood east of Flint to focus on keeping his order …

  • Cillian Creed

    A veteran of Risur's military, Creed worked under [[:reed-macbannin | Reed Macbannin]] as his butler, occasionally taking on duties of a much darker and secretive tone. Recent events have brought to light his involvement in the Flint conspiracy, as well …

  • Ekossigan

    According to [[:asrabey-varal | Asrabey Varal]], an emissary from the Court, Ekossigan (one of the six high members of the Court's leadership) has grown enraged by the industry in Flint, and has come to the Waking world to do harm upon the city. Though he …

  • Elanor Yanette

    This obese woman boarded the train midway through the first day, in the Danoran city of Keskay. At almost all times, a pair of golden bracelets linked by a golden chain connects her to a shorter, thinner figure, clad in black veils so complete it's …

  • Leone Quital

    Leone's clothes and accent mark him as hailing from Crisilliyir, and he's demonstrated an ability to telekinetically manipulate iron and steel, though given his known involvement in the construction of Borne, it's possible his power may extend to …

  • Olivert Boone

    This interesting man carries around a revolver and a knife on his belt, and walks with the smooth gait of one who knows how to sneak about when necessary. He claims to be a treasure hunter who made his fortune in the Malice Lands, picking clean ruins left …

  • Catherine Romana

    A former ally of then-Duchess [[:ethelyn | Ethelyn]], Catherine stridently opposes Danoran-inspired industries, and prefers to counter that new technology with arcane innovations. After the Fourth Yerasol War she got into trouble for harshly criticizing …

  • Sokana Rell

    This elven woman acted as [[:ethelyn | Ethelyn Lesterman's]] handmaiden, and during Chapter 1 she revealed herself to actually be an eladrin in disguise. Wielding elemental magic and exercising an ability to call upon minor fey creatures, she and a …

  • Merton Goncala

    Merton's specialty lies in the manipulation of sound waves, a feat he accomplishes through the use of an arcanoscientific staff that resembles a large tuning fork. He can amplify noise into a form of destructive resonance that can harm foes, but it's even …

  • Rush Munchausen

    Wiry and scrappy with huge forearm muscles, Rush's defining characteristic is his unconventional fighting style. He carries two _immovable batons,_ which are essentially _immovable shafts_ that pack the wallop of a light mace. Using them in tandem, he can …

  • Sor Daeron

    A celebrated war hero among the eladrin, Sor fought on the front lines during the _Perang Devar_ (which most of the world now calls the [[Timeline | First Victory]]). His arm was turned to salt during a battle with Prime Cardinal Richelmont during the …

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