Characters: Dreamfall Chapters
Following is the list of characters introduced in Dreamfall Chapters. For the returning characters from previous installments, see Characters.The Longest Journey and Characters.Dreamfall The Longest Journey.
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MiraOwner of a robot junk shop in Europolis, Stark and an acquaintance of the late Burns Flipper from TLJ and the late Olivia de Marco from Dreamfall. Originally from India, now in her late 20-ies.
- Cluster F-Bomb: Or S-Bomb. Some variation of "shit" is easily her most commonly used word. Turns to full-blown F-bombs in Book Two.
- Eyepatch of Power
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: With Wit. In a ironic reversal, it's Wit who requires Mira's protection, despite his size.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: Wears an old-style leather jacket.
- Iron Lady
- Like Brother and Sister: Her relationship with Wit. She essentially views him as a younger brother.
WitA humble technical genius in Mira's employment.
- Artificial Limbs: His right leg and left arm.
- Electronic Eyes
- Gentle Giant: Physically enormous, wouldn't hurt a fly.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: With Mira.
- Idiot Savant: Genius with tech, but cannot communicate with anyone but Mira.
- The Silent Bob: He communicates entirely non-verbally.
Dr. Roman Zelenka
Voiced by: Mark HealyZoŽ's psychotherapist who helps her restore her lost memories.
- The Mole: He's been feeding details about ZoŽ to WATIcorp.
- Ship Tease: Flirting with him is an option.
Voiced by: Miranda RaisonA food vendor in Propast, with whom ZoŽ tries to be friends but their different political agendas can put a strain on their relationship (Nela is a Marxist, ZoŽ supports social democrats).
- Peek-a-Bangs: Played straight, though mostly for style.
- The Revolution Will Not Be Civilized: In Book Two, Nela will admit to ZoŽ that her party is having some debate about whether to work with the system or go full-on revolutionary. In her next appearance, she suicide-bombs an EYE checkpoint.
SŁleyman "Sully" Sadik
Voiced by: Nathaniel ParkerReza's editor at the Hand That Feeds and ZoŽ's admirer.
- Big Fun: He has a happy, easy-going attitude and likes to jokingly flirt with ZoŽ. ZoŽ implies that part of it might just be him putting on a brave face, since he has recently been going through a rather ugly divorce.
- Carpet of Virility: Of the fat slob variety.
- Intrepid Reporter: He's the newspaper's editor, but he fulfills all of the trope.
Voiced by: Susan BrownThe informal leader of Bricks (essentially, Propast's Chinatown).
- The Atoner: She mentions spending the second half of her long life making up for the mistakes she did in the first one.
- Cool Old Lady: She has managed to keep her businesses out of Mr London's blackmailing scheme, is the most respected person in her neighborhood, has a knack for picking up on subtle things about people, and has a hovering teacup. ZoŽ admits that she kind of want to be Queenie when she gets to be old—not "like Queenie" but actually be her.
- Femme Fatalons: Subverted. She's got them, but she's a nice lady.
- Miniature Senior Citizens: Queenie is an almost comically small old Asian lady.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: If you tell the truth about the Social Democrats possibly being corrupt, she'll refuse to endorse them despite having promised it in return for your help. However, she still owes a favor, and makes it clear she'll pay up if ZoŽ ever needs one.
Voiced by: Jessica HenwickThe de facto leader of the teenage gang, "The Dragonflies", in Propast, who disappeared several days before Queenie asks ZoŽ to find her.
- Courier: Her main source of income comes from organizing and making deliveries of goods her clients would rather have goes unnoticed by the EYE.
- Reluctant Ruler: She doesn't like the notion that the other members of "The Dragonflies" look to her as their leader, still she is fiercely protective of them and she is so respected that her word often ends up being the last in an argument.
Falk FriedmanA "Corporate Jšger", i.e. a Bounty Hunter employed by corporations to take care of dirty, off-the-books business. He haunts ZoŽ as she is trying to establish a new life in Europolis.
Voiced by: Jessica HenwickEnu-Mar Sand'ya, Twilight Child, Daughter of Te'a-Mar is a member of the anti-Azadi resistance in the Northlands.
- Deadpan Snarker: Frequently.
- Did I Just Say That Out Loud?: She makes more than a few remarks about Kian being attractive without meaning to.
- Motor Mouth: She has a bit of a problem about knowing when to pause whenever she has started talking.
- Overly Long Name: The girl has quite a lot of epithets (second only to April, in fact).
- Open Mouth, Insert Foot: She has a tendency to blurt out rather embrassing statements at time.
- Pointy Ears: As befits a Zhid, one of the fantasy races inhabiting Arcadia.
- Pragmatic Hero: She really doesn't like the fact that Kian can choose to let a man who had sex with a young Dolmari go, but she does think it's worth it to have a spy in the Tower.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: She's the wild and emotional red to Likho's (and to a lesser extent, Kian's) blue. She even wears red.
- Some Call Me Tim: She knows her name is kind of a mouthful, and since her parents aren't around to make a fuss about it she prefers just to go by "Enu".
- Talkative Loon: Downplayed, but she's kinda out there. And she does not shut up.
Voiced by: Dave FennoyA Dolmari resistance member with a old grudge against Kian that he is still hoping to pay back some day.
- The Straight Man: Plays this to the more goofy Enu.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: It's not a surprise the blue guy is the stoic, straight-laced one.
- Super Reflexes: If Kian fails to perform the Arrow Catch in Book 2, he does it instead.
- Torture Always Works: A strong believer in this.
- You Killed My Father: He has a vendetta against Kian for the death of his father, which Kian was involved in.
Bandu-Ma-Seri aka "The Mole"
Voiced by: Susan BrownA female Banda who is the leader of Marcuria's criminal underground (pun fully intended).
- Iron Lady: After his dealings with her, Kian comes to understand why she is so feared and respected despite her size, realizing that she is both very clever and strong-willed.
- Last of Her Kind: She explains that the Azadi wiped out the Banda, and the only reason she survived is because she was thought dead.
- Not in This for Your Revolution: She doesn't really like the rebellion, but she likes the Azadi even less.
- Rugged Scar: Has three sets of claw marks across her face.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: The presence of the Azadi machine eventually causes her to decide to close up her operation and leave Marcuria, as she senses that something is horribly wrong about it, and she doesn't want to be anywhere near it whenever it is activated.
- You No Take Candle: Played with. She is actually very eloquent, but her way of speaking is quite peculiar.
AnnaA young lady from Marcuria who meets with Kian in Book Two.
- Action Girl: Not seen in Book 2, but implied by Kian that she knows her way in a fight.
- Dark-Skinned Redhead
- Everyone Has Standards: She's not actually part of the Resistance, but she tips off Kian to an Azadi soldier doing horrible things.
- Mysterious Past: Anna can see through Kian's cloaking veil, which is only possible if they know each other intimately. As Kian has no recollection of the woman, it begs the question of who she really is.
- Not in This for Your Revolution: She is not part of the Resistance, but she is against the Azadi occupation.
- Ship Tease: She can kiss Kian. Player choice may or may not reciprocate.
General Mir Hami
Voiced by: Nathaniel ParkerOne of heads of the Azadi's military.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: He knows that something is up with the way Commander Vamon and Sister Sahya runs things in Marcuria. He directly says to Vamon that he really doesn't want to suspect him of any wrongdoing, but he will investigate into the matter until he knows the truth and encourages him to be forthcoming.
- Rugged Scar: His face is marked by quite the collection scars. He sure hasn't earned his rank from sitting behind a desk.
SagaA mysterious new female lead, announced ages ago. She appears as a playable toddler in the first interlude at the end of Book One.
- Interspecies Romance: Seems to be a product of one: her father, Magnus, looks human, while her mother, Etta, has green skin and an impossibly stunning figure. Saga, for her part, looks like a regular human baby.
- Not-So-Imaginary Friend: The spirit of the White Dragon has watched over Saga pretty much since birth, but she is the only one who can see her (and even that seems to be the case only while she is a toddler).
- Walking Spoiler: There is a reason the devs avoided talking about the contents of the prologue and the interludes all the way up until the release.