- Early on, Big Bad Xykon is Faux Affably Evil, and his seemingly unfocused, borderline ditzy mannerisms might make you think he fits in this category. You'd be very wrong. He is still kind of funny, though...
- General Tarquin. Just listen to him describing how he managed to create those big, flaming letters to celebrate that his son has returned. All while telling said son just how much he means to him.
Tarquin: "I mean, the prefects only informed me about the escaped palace slaves around dusk. My men had to get out to the mountains, recapture them, nail them into position, and then get the oil out there in time to light the rebellious little pricks on fire in unison. It's really pretty impressive, logistics-wise, when you think about it."
- Malack, Tarquin's former adventuring buddy and current Evil Chancellor, is also very much Affably Evil. He gets along very well with Durkon, and may even be more genuinely nicer than Tarquin, even though he's also Lawful Evil. Having lost several children violently, he also has very mundane woes that he openly discusses with fellow parents. Except those children were revealed to actually be vampires, meaning his "special bond" was of a much more nefarious nature.
Malack: ...and Tarquin keeps telling me that if I want more children so badly, I should just find the right person and get to it, but...I don't know.
Vaarsuvius: Have you ever considered adoption? Surely your political climate produces no shortage of orphans.
Malack: Yes, but...I'm worried about not having that, you know, special bond...
- Redcloak. He hugs his mom, takes his niece and nephews to the circus, wants papers color-coded when filed and feeds people to their minions while preparing to hold a metaphorical gun to gods' heads.
- Thog is generally Affably Evil when he's not being Ax-Crazy. On at least one unfortunate occasion, he was both at the same time.
Thog: Yay! Resisting arrest is fun!
- Hilgya is friendly and likes to flirt with Durkon and doesn't seem to hold the Order in any real malice. However, she's willing to stand by while Nale butchers an innocent Fae so she can steal the talisman Nale is looking for, lets her companions ambush the Order, including her would-be boyfriend, and revealed in her backstory that she tried to murder the dwarf she was in an arranged marriage with (and while being in an arranged marriage is hardly conducive for the happiness of a free-spirit like Hilgya, the fact that her husband was friendly towards her and she opted for murder first instead of just running away like she would do anyway does not reflect well on her attitude toward sentient life). She is Chaotic Evil, with far more emphasis on the Chaotic.
- How about the Three Fiends: Lee, Cedric, and Nero? They persuade Vaarsuvius to give them access to eir soul for a few, to destroy many of the black dragons on the planet (and by extension, the Draketooth clan), and so on - but they're always polite, sensible business-oriented individuals.