Baron Adris of Elfwind - Baron of Elfwind and Lady Adia's father.
Aemelia - The healer of Ludwig. Daughter of the master of Ludwig.
Agrippa - A human cleric/sorcerer who was the butt of all Bayne's ire.
Ambitrax - The elven lich-lord who committed massive crimes against the peoples of Caedes by tampering with life and waging multiple genocide. The most powerful evil ever known on the world of Caedes.
Amien Stonecutter - Ghostwalker of Bor. Oldest brother of Issac and Trevor Stonecutter.
Highlord Appetite - A feaster high-priest seeking revenge on the heroes of Blacksword. Deceased.
Averil - Shopkeeper at the Wizards Academy Bazaar.
Master Baldric Ludwig - The master of Ludwig. Grandson of Old Karl Ludwig, the founder of the town of Ludwig.
Beddo - A shopkeeper of Ludwig. A tinker, distrustful of elves such as Bayne.
Bertrum - 'Leader' of the elves of the Old Wood in the absence of the Druids. Many of his kinsmen are bitter toward him for what they see as selling out.
Brother Bhrest - Monk of the Order of St. Mirabel based in the Holy City.
Big Stan - A guard of Blacksword.
Bilik - Wizard boss of the 'Hand of the Red Monkey' in Weston.
Sir Bill of Billings - A household knight of Count Edmund.
Black Dugal - Gangster from the 'Hand of the Red Monkey', a gang located in Weston.
Blorgo - Shopkeeper of Baltburg. Proprietor of Blorgo's House of Wonders.
Brinn of Heathton - Tavernkeeper of the doomed town of Heathton.
Brinn the leathercrafter - Comley halfling leather crafter in Stormburg. Flirts with Gabriel occasionally. She sees many of the “tall ones” who pass through the predominately halfling town.
Count Broderick of Mant - Former Count of Mant. Broderick was given control of the county on his master's death rather than have the county pass to the former master's son. Broderick turned out to be a leader in the serpent cult.
Sir Brustios of Ulm - A high-elven knight-errant.
Caber - The formidable half-ogre guard of the wizard's academy of Weston.
Ciepiela: - Elven woodworker of the Old Wood. Her carpentry is some of the best work in the Northern marches.
Clarice - Formerly druid-protector of Heathton, and later of the civilians of Heathton who followed Whitefire to Blacksword. Sister of K'Leif. Deceased.
Clementia - Wife of Sir Malcom of Old Fort.
Archbishop Daas - Former Archbishop of the Northern Marches. Deceased.
Sir Datin - Dwarven paladin of the Order of St. Hugo based in the Holy City.
Dirk, Nasty, Stig and Barry - Halfling sellswords once hired by Bayne.
Dorgo - The alchemest of Blacksword.
Bishop Dumbric - Bishop of Storm Eagle.
Dundarr the Barbarian - Fallen elf barbarian and Adia's one true love.
Count Edmund - Former Count of Storm Eagle. Deceased.
Baronness Elzabeth of Elfwind - Baroness of Elfwind and Lady Adia's mother.
Bailiff Epler - The leader of the doomed town of Heathton.
Archimandrite Erlik - Leader of the Abbey of St. Mirabel in Weston, the site of 'The Pit of Madness and Despair'.
Ernak - The personal messenger of the Count of Storm-Eagle. Killed in the plot to assasinate king Edmund.
High Inquisitor Ertoker - Former master of the Inquisition until proven guilty by the heroes. Fled the Holy City in disgrace.
Fergar - Dwarven owner of the Grey Mountains inn in Baltburg.
Countess Flavia of Storm Eagle - Wife of Count Edmund, former count of Storm Eagle. Flavia is the new count of Storm Eagle until her son Robert matures and takes control of the county.
Foltz and Hahn - Twins talented at training animals. They recently trained an adult pegasus for riding and passed it on to Ostler. They are currently in the process of training another pegasus foal.
Sir Francis Lightfisk - Dance master knighted by the elf-prince himself for his work in the performing arts.
Frank - A guard of Blacksword.
Ghent - Elderly Elven watchman at Clearbreeze manor.
Warden Giles - An imperial border warden based in Ludwig.
Mother Superior Gleeza - The head inquisitor of the church of Bor in the Northern Marches. A high-ranking nun of the order of St. Baudri
Granny Holdbean - The tavernkeeper of Ludwig. An exceptional cook.
Duke Granville - Duke of the Northern Marches of the Empire.
Grudgore - A half-ogre, half-fiend. Leader of the 'Hammer-Boys'. Deceased.
Gumbak - An ogre-barbarian who once plagued Ludwig. Deceased.
Gunther of Mant - The hereditary son of the former count of Mant before Broderick.
Primus Hadir - A Primus to the Prelate.
Hadrian Mullet - Proprietor of the Red Lion Inn in Weston. Possessed of a very unique haircut.
Hadrock Justine - One of the judge/priests of the Empire of Dawn during that empire's later years. He was strictly against a movement popular at the time for the current theocracy to share some of its power with more local secular rulers. The movement was based on the argument that the local governments were more in touch with the needs of the people.
Justice Harlocke - A member of the Inquisition in league with Ertoker. Imprisoned after Ertoker's fall.
Harry McCheese - Shopkeeper of Baltburg. Proprietor of Harry McCheese's Pawnshop.
Horacs the Sneak - Contact of Gabriel's. Human rogue gone semi-straight in Baltburg. Traffics in some grey-market goods. Horacs is missing the last finger on his left hand – severed when he was caught shoplifting as a youth.
Captain Horatio - Captain of the guard of Baltburg.
Horatio Falkenstein - Great bard of Baltburg. The pen of the Baltburg Dispatch.
Count Humphrey of Marh - Stelgar's distant cousin, new new more pious Count of Marh.
Jerry the Golden - Proprietor of The Golden Diamond, the finest tavern in the Village of the Holy City.
Jinxx - A friendly, talented elven youngster who runs errands around the Old Wood on Ostler's behalf.
Father Juizman - Former canon priest of Bor in the county of Mant. Actually a lizard man in disguise.
Kurdich - The suffering dwarven defender liberated from goblinoids by the adventurers in the battle of White Chapel.
Count Leopold II Stercorius - Count of Goldhaft. Brother to Sir Richard.
Count Leopold Stercorius - Former count of Goldhaft. Deceased.
Louis - The herald of Blacksword.
Father Lucas - Chaplain of Old Fort.
Bishop Lucius - Bishop of Baltburg.
Luscious - A feaster solder of the messy eater rank. Deceased.
Sir Mackey the Boastful of Elfwind - A knight of Baron Adris of Elfwind.
Sir Malcom - Master of Old Fort.
Manfred, Movar, and Jakbar - Three crack warriors from the village of Pep.
Abbot Marco Hildebrand - Abbot of the Baltburg chapter house and monk of the order of St. Baudri.
Marmaduke the Resplendent - Manager of the Silver Goblet Inn in Weston.
Mergatroid - Crotchety elven matron of the Old Wood who runs a modest clothmaking operation.
Morpheus - Mysterious creator of the Arms of Morpheus.
Morvik - A feaster operative involved in the assasination of Count Edmund. Deceased.
Mynar and Meenar, and their cousin Einar - Three Stahling mercenaries once hired in Baltburg by Rannos.
Nargax the Terrible - High Priest of the Feaster. Nemisis of the heroes of Blacksword.
Sister Neli - Monk of the Order of St. Mirabel based in the Holy City.
Oberon - A talented bard of Weston.
Old Bald Henry - Runs the trading post in Ludwig.
Old Spiny - A three-foot talking porcupine, formerly of Weston.
Bishop Oloro - Bishop of the Elfwind Barony.
Brother Onion - Eunuch monk of St. Baudri assigned to aid Threast the Confessor.
Guildmaster Perseus Orrak - Guildmaster of the wizard's academy of Weston.
Raedgar - A mysterious resident wizard of Baltburg who seems to have vanished.
Sir Raynard of East Tower - One of Count Edmund's more enterprising vassals.
Sir Richard Stercorius - Son of the Count of Goldhaft and Count Edmund's brother-in-law.
Squire Rosco Portlins - Halfling Master of Stormburg.
Sigfreid - Harran warrior from the North involved with the Hand of the Red Monkey looking for a map to 'The Pit of Madness and Despair' in Weston.
Silas Monk - Trapper of Ludwig. Convicted of selling questionable meats.
Abbot Silfkin - Abbot of the Monastery of the Mailed Fist.
Snidley - Trapper of Ludwig.
Count Stelgar of Marh - The former count of Marh. Found guilty and excommunicated for heresies. Sentenced to time in a monastery to be returned the way of Bor.
Stygian the Euthanatos - A personality from the fallen empire of Acherousia.
Sven - A guard of Blacksword originally from Shefflings.
Sir Tarpon - A knight of Goldhaft. Friend of Sir Richard of GoldHaft.
The Casmir Family - One of the families who survived the tragedy at Heathton, now living on Blacksword manor. Druidic sympathizers.
The Fairley Brothers - Two brothers involved in several capers, the most famous of which in which they fight off the manticore of Duncan.
The Seer - A mysterious individual who lives in a remote tower North of the Old Wood. Those who brave his array of magical defenders may benefit from his wisdom.
Threast the Confessor - 'Confessor' for the Inquisition of the Seven Swords. A master of manipulation and torture. Formerly of the order of St. Baudri. Has a companion named Onion.
Tlag - A half-orc feaster cultist. Former lover of High Lord Appetite's. Deceased.
Tobar - Guildmaster of the Guild of Sell-Swords in Baltburg.
Trevor Stonecutter - Brother of Issac Stonecutter and Amien, the quiet man ghostwalker.
Tronk - Half-orc guard of Blacksword
Sir Ulfric of Weston - A powerful but arrogant knight.
Ulrik - Shopkeeper of Baltburg.
Vuul - Grey Slaad who runs 'The Pit of Madness and Despair'. An avid collector of magical items of all kinds. Distributes treasure maps leading to entrances to the lair in hopes of drawing more adventurers into his clutches.
Sir Wallace - Halfling knight and bodyguard of Mother Superior Gleeza.
Yarumak - Elven druid sympathizer charged with slandering the heroes of Blacksword.
Zeitgeist - Faerie dragon of the old wood who has befriended Gabriel. He likes to tell stories…some of them are true.