Following in the list of original characters introduced in ''VideoGame/DreamfallTheLongestJourney''. Please put all examples concerning returning characters from the original game in Characters.TheLongestJourney and examples for the sequel in Characters.DreamfallChapters.


[[folder:Player Characters]]
!!Zoë Maya Castillo
[[caption-width-right:237:Seeker. Nomad. Dreamer.]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Ellie Conrad-Leigh (''Dreamfall''), Charlotte Ritchie (''Dreamfall Chapters'')

The main character of ''Dreamfall'', Zoë is a college dropout living with her father and is DesperatelyLookingForAPurposeInLife. Zoë gets roped into Stark/Arcadia problems when she begins looking for her ex-boyfriend, who was investigating [=WATICorp=]'s Project Alchera.

* ActionSurvivor: Although she can throw a punch, she is no match for armed enemies (unlike April in ''Dreamfall'', for instance).
* {{Amnesiac Hero}}ine. Downplayed in ''Chapters''. Zoë remembers most of her life--except what happened between [[spoiler:her first usage of a Dreamer console and her waking up from the coma]]. Which is basically most of ''Dreamfall''.
* AmbiguouslyBrown: While official sources have been far from consistent on this regard, Zoë is generally a lighter-skinned example of the trope. With ''Dreamfall Chapters'', Ragnar Tørnquist revealed that she is specifically a quarter Chinese, [[ "mixed with Argentinian, Indian and English blood."]]
* ArtificialHuman: [[spoiler: Zoe was created by Helena and Gabriel to reinvent reality through dreams, along with eight other children, like Hanna and Faith.]]
* AstralProjection: She has the power to project herself into other realms while dreaming. Unlike normal uses of this trope, Zoë's projected self is every bit as real as she is, able to interact with the world around her and be perceived by those around her. [[spoiler:In ''Chapters'', Zoë is eventually revealed to have never woken up from her coma. Until she wakes up, you are playing as her projection regardless of whether she is in Stark or Arcadia.]]
* BaldWomen: In Book 5, due to [[spoiler: being part of a continuing experiment by Jiva.]]
* BareYourMidriff: Her tank top outfit in ''Dreamfall''. A fairly modest version.
* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: Averted in ''Chapters''. In Book 3, [[spoiler:she has a large and very visible skin graft after getting severely burned in an explosion.]]
* DreamWalker[=/=]DreamWeaver: While trapped in Storytime in ''Chapters'', Zoë learns to enter other people's dreams and to manipulate them--and extension of her Dreamer powers that she demonstrated in the original ''Dreamfall''.
* EvenTheGirlsWantHer: Enu will blurt out that Zoë's pretty upon meeting her.
* ExpositoryHairstyleChange: In ''Chapters'', she sports a very different hairdo (a [[PrimAndProperBun loose bun]] with curly sidebangs) than when she was first introduced. This is used to contrast her old self ([[spoiler:which she encounters in Storytime]]) and her new one.
* FanService: Running around in her underwear in ''Dreamfall'', and a few scenes of the same in ''Chapters''.
* FlawedPrototype: [[spoiler: Double subverted. It was believed that Zoe was one of these, as she seemed to be a normal girl rather than having the RealityWarper powers she was supposed to have been created with. As it turns out, she actually does have them, they triggered much later in life.]]
* GivenNameReveal: Zoë's middle name is first revealed by her hospital records in ''Chapters''.
%%* TheHerosJourney
* HurtingHero: In ''Chapters'', Zoe's gone through an awful lot, and she's been very stressed. [[spoiler: She has lost her best friend Olivia and her ImpliedLoveInterest Damien in the interregnum between games, her relationship with Reza is rocky, and she's out of contact with her dad. Later, her new friend Nela suicide bombs an EYE checkpoint]].
* IWillFindYou: Her journey in ''Dreamfall'' starts with her search for Reza, her best friend and ex-boyfriend.
* MeaningfulName: Her last name means "castle" in Spanish. WordOfGod is that this name was chosen for a reason.
* MissingMom:[[spoiler: Helena Chang.]]
* PowerTattoo: Coupled with PowerGlows. Her Dreamer powers emerge while she is in the Storytime and manifest themselves as tattoos (on her forehead and her arms) that glow whenever she uses them. At the end of Book 4 and in Book 5 in ''Chapters'', she gets a bigger one when she [[spoiler: did a FusionDance with Lux.]]
* PrettyInMink: Has a fur-trimmed coat when she is in Arcadia, and when she goes to Russia in Stark.
* SpoiledSweet: Even though by the beginning of the game she is little more than a NEET[[note]]'''N'''ot Currently Engaged in '''E'''ducation, '''E'''mployment or '''T'''raining; American name for hikikomori[[/note]] and a freeloader with a really rich daddy, she is very brave, smart, kind and helpful.
* StayWithMeUntilIDie: [[spoiler:She helps Faith pass on by playing with Faith until Faith finally has the courage to sleep forever.]]
* TrappedInAnotherWorld: Specifically, in Storytime for half a year at the start of ''Chapters''.

!!April Ryan
See Characters.TheLongestJourney.

!!Kian Alvane
[[caption-width-right:241:Soldier. Apostle. Assassin.]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Gavin O'Connor (''Dreamfall''), Nicholas Boulton (''Dreamfall Chapters'')

The second new playable character in ''Dreamfall''. Kian is an assassin and missionary from Azadi, sent to Marcuria to hunt down "The Scorpion". Kian is deeply religious man, but is not blind in his zealotry, unlike his compatriots.

* {{Adorkable}}: Show quite a bit of this side in ''Chapters'' between his flimsy grasp on subtlety in conservations, [[TrademarkFavoriteFood his love for yams]], getting nostalgic about apple bobbing, and reading children's stories in secret.
* ArrowCatch: Can do one to save Enu and Likho in Book Two of ''Chapters''. Alternatively, you can do nothing and Likho will do the catching.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: He starts out as an Apostle, and has a lot of power, particularly for a male in a matriarchy. Later, when he joins the Resistance, they defer to him almost immediately. [[spoiler: Even moreso in the epilogue, as he becomes The Bloodless King.]]
* BaldOfAwesome: He shaves his head, although he's no less awesome when he grows his hair out.
* BigBrotherInstinct: He develops this towards Bip, as the boy [[YouRemindMeOfX reminds him of himself as a child]].
* BloodMagic: He escapes Friar's Keep through a blood sacrifice.
* CelibateHero: As an Apostle, he's supposed to be celebate.
* ChickMagnet: In ''Chapters'', Enu babbles incoherently around him, calling him gorgeous, and Anna is interested, too.
* ChurchMilitant: He was part of a religious order that converted people... by killing them. The rationale being, that they might be reincarnated as believers. [[spoiler:And he still remains faithful after he stops believing in the war against the Northlands. His rationale is that whatever his compatriots are trying to accomplish in Marcuria, it has nothing to do with their religion.]]
* DeathSeeker: He's content with death when ''Chapters'' rolls around. A prison riot brings him to his senses.
* FacialMarkings: More pronounced in ''Chapters'' but he has a number of tattoos on his face. They're to signify his rank of Apostle.
* GeniusBruiser: While he's first and foremost a fighter, he's also a masterful tactician and thinks very quickly on his feet.
* TheGoodKing: [[spoiler: At the end of the ''Chapters'', he has become the Bloodless King, much beloved by his people.]]
* HappilyAdopted: He was so by Mother Utana. [[spoiler: He does the same for Saga, and it's clear from her tone that she loved him dearly.]]
* IOweYouMyLife: He gets this from [[spoiler: Na'ane, if he kept her secret. She'll even travel with him to Sadir and serve him when he is the Bloodless King.]]
* TheKirk: Becomes this in ''Chapters'' to Enu's [[TheSpock Spock]] and Likho's [[TheMcCoy McCoy]].
* LikeBrotherAndSister: Optional, but he can have these relationships with both Enu and Na'ane depending on character choice.
* MasterSwordsman: To the point where [[spoiler: someone will sacrifice his life for blood magic to get him to safety, solely because he'd be a better swordsman.]]
* MrFanservice: Introduced to us with a ShirtlessScene, and spends his first chapter and a part of the second shirtless in ''Chapters''.
* MyCountryRightOrWrong:
** [[spoiler: Begins to question his empire's crusade towards the end of ''Dreamfall''.]]
** [[spoiler:By ''Dreamfall Chapters'' he does, in his own words, no longer believe that whatever the Azadi is doing in Marcuria is "the divine will of the Goddess."]]
* PetTheDog: When he interviews Zoë in Friar's Keep, he not only believes her story, he tries to get her freed.
* PrecisionFStrike: "He's fucking a magical?"
* StraightGay: Discussed with either Likho or Enu early in Book 3 of ''Chapters'' (only hinted at in the latter conversation while [[ unequivocally discussed in the former]]), and confirmed by WordOfGay outside of the game. Book 5 has him outright state this to Crow.
* StreetUrchin: During his escape from Friar's Keep in ''Chapters'', he mentions that he grew up on the streets of Sadir--that's apparently where he acquired the skills needed to pick locks with ''arrows''.
%%* SuperSoldier: He and, by projection, other Azadi Apostles.
* SympatheticPOV: In ''Dreamfall'', playing as him allows the Azadi Empire to display some shades of gray, and helps April's goals seem considerably less sympathetic than they would have if she'd been the sole protagonist. One of the best moments of the game occurs when the two have a conversation and player control keeps shifting from one to the other, showing the range of his/her dialogue options and allowing the player to steer the character's opinion of the other.
%% * TallDarkAndHandsome
* ToBeLawfulOrGood: Kian's conflict in ''Dreamfall'' is whether to obey his orders despite his increasing realization that the Azadi are in the wrong or to do what he knows is right at the cost of defying the religion he has dedicated his life to. He ultimately chooses Good.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: He loves Yams.
* VillainProtagonist: In ''Dreamfall'', Kian works for the villainous Azadi to crush the heroic rebellion.

!!Gabriel Castillo
->'''Voiced by:''' Patrick Fitzsymons

Zoë's father.

* BadassBookworm: It takes real guts to stand up to [[spoiler: RealityWarper Brian Westhouse, even if he fails.]]
* GoodParents: His defining characteristic. He even [[spoiler: gave up a fortune and all interest in Helena's plan]] to raise Zoe.

!!Reza Temiz
->'''Voiced by:''' Michael Ford-Fitzgerald (''Dreamfall''), Leo Staar (''Dreamfall Chapters'')

Zoë's ex-boyfriend and an investigative journalist.

* AmicableExes: Reza and Zoë still get along despite breaking up. They're back together in ''Chapters'', but things are a bit rough between them. It's up to the player to either work on it or make it even worse.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler:[=WATICorp=] releases him after brainwashing him so they can have an agent near Zoë. The specifics of his brainwashing are never made clear, but it's presumably why he's so opposed to Zoë acting against WATI. Fortunately, he gets deprogrammed once WATI's crimes are exposed.]]
* IntrepidReporter: Working for "The Hand That Bites", which focuses on exposing corporate and government oppression of rights. In ''Chapters'' they've changed their name to "The Hand that Feeds" but it's still the same paper.
* MaybeEverAfter: [[spoiler:With Zoë at the end of ''Chapters''. Zoë's clearly happy to be reunited with Reza in the hospital and she's shown to be pregnant five years later, but it's unclear as to whether she actually stayed together with Reza.]]
* NotHimself: [[spoiler:Whatever happened during his disappearance, Zoë notices that something is seriously wrong about him the first she sees him after his reappearance, and although she starts to trust him again somewhat during her time in the coma, she can't shake off a strange GutFeeling that something is just off. It even carries over on a more subconscious level after she awakens from the coma. It's because [=WATIcorp=] brainwashed him. It wears off in the epilogue]].
* RealMenCook: In ''Chapters'' he's good with making risotto. Zoë points out that, although Europolis has a number of great food vendors, Reza is still an excellent cook.

!!Olivia [=DeMarco=]
->'''Voiced by:''' Mary Healy

Zoë best friend. Liv is a hacker who owns and operates Alien the Cat, a technology store in Casablanca.

* HeKnowsTooMuch: [[spoiler:It's implied that she was killed because she learned too much about WATI's plans.]]
* MakeItLookLikeAnAccident: [[spoiler:Zoë is told that Liv died in an accident while Zoë was comatose. Zoë doesn't buy it.]]
* TheSmartGuy: The solution to many puzzles involves Zoë calling Liv so her technical expertise can help.
* SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome: [[spoiler:She died in an alleged accident sometime before ''Chapters''.]]

!!Damien Cavanaugh
->'''Voiced by:''' Victor Burke

A WATI programmer that Reza contacted.

* DefectorFromDecadence: When Damien realized what WATI was up to, he readily agreed to leak information to Reza.
* NeverSuicide: [[spoiler:Officially, Damien killed himself to atone for trying to conquer the world with Dreamers. It's pretty clear that Damien was murdered by WATI so he could act as a fall guy.]]
* TheScapegoat: [[spoiler:WATI pinned the blame for their Dreamer mind control scheme on him.]]
* TemporaryLoveInterest: He and Zoë have feelings for one another, but [[spoiler:Damien is killed]] before anything comes of it. By ''Chapters'', Zoë is back with Reza.

-> '''Voiced by:''' Jack Angel (''Dreamfall: The Longest Journey''), Tim Bentinck (''Dreamfall Chapters'')

Zoë's Watilla, a toy bot. She has owned Wonkers since she was four.

* BackForTheFinale: After spending most of ''Chapters'' powered down in Zoë's apartment, Wonkers finally returns in Book 5 [[spoiler:as part of Zoë's self-inflicted LotusEaterMachine. The real deal shows up in Zoë's epilogue.]]
* NiceGuy: Wonkers is incredibly kind.
* NotHimself: [[spoiler:Zoë notices that something is off about him when she meets him in ''Chapters'', pointing out that he is acting suspiciously robotic all of a sudden.]]

!!Alvin Peats
->'''Voiced by:''' Jonathan Dow

The founder of [=WATICorp=] who still commands his company after 150 years.

* BigBad: The Starkian BigBad in ''DF'' [[spoiler: until the end when Samantha has the twins kill him and she usurps the role.]]
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: He's using [=WATICorp=] to take over the world.
* CyberneticsEatYourSoul: He has used technology to prolong his life well past the age of 150 years. The results are rather ugly to say the least, both physically and mentally.
* DarkLordOnLifeSupport: He's kept alive by machinery. It's not pretty to see. At all.
* DirtyOldMan: He boasts to Zoë about his getting off on experiencing Reza's dreams of having sex with her.
%% * DreamStealer
* EvilBrit: He definitely has the accent.
* FakingTheDead: He is believed to be long dead in 2219. He isn't.
* FatBastard: He even kind of looks like [[ComicBook/XMen Mojo]].
* SmugSnake: Peats is a perverted coward who is completely helpless without his technology. [[spoiler:In the end, Samantha Gilmore exploits this weakness in order to kill him and usurp his control over [=WATICorp=]]].

!!Samantha Gilmore
->'''Voiced by:''' Maryke Hendrickse

Peats's second in command and the public face of [=WATICorp=].

* BigBad: [[spoiler:Becomes the one for Stark at the end of the story.]]
* DecoyLeader: She acts as the official leader of WATI-corp, but she gets her orders from Peats. [[spoiler: At the end, she has the twins kill Peats, removing the Decoy from her title.]]
* DragonAscendant: [[spoiler:She is fully in charge of [=WATIcorp=] after she has the twins impale Peats to death.]]
* TheStarscream: [[spoiler:She betrays Peats and has him murdered in his moment of weakness.]]
* TomboyishName: She is commonly referred as "Sam", for example, by Peats [[spoiler:right before she kills him]], confusing some fans who thought that there was an unrevealed dude named Samuel involved.
* ValleyGirl[=/=]SpoiledBrat: Implied to not really have all that good of a grasp on exactly what her company is doing, and attempts to make up for that by being a very unpleasant boss. [[spoiler:In fact, [[NotSoHarmless she was just biding her time]].]]
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:She is notably absent in ''Chapters'', though [=WATICorp=] is still a major antagonist.]]

!!Helena Chang
->'''Voiced by:''' Iris Quin (''Dreamfall: The Longest Journey''), Jane Perry (''Dreamfall Chapters'')

A scientist working for JIVA. Zoë's adventure began when Reza asked her to pick up a package from Helena.

* AbusiveParents: [[spoiler:She views the daughers she created as disposable tools. According to Gabriel, Helena would have "disposed of" the then two years-old Zoë if he hadn't adopted her.]]
* AmbiguousSituation: [[spoiler:According to Gabriel, Helena vanished in the flash of light that resulted from Zoë taking the Undreaming from Westhouse. It's never revealed what happened to her.]]
* ChekhovsGunman: After making a brief appearance at the start of ''Dreamfall: The Longest Journey'', Helena is eventually revealed to be one of the most important characters in the story.
* TheDragon: [[spoiler:She's the Prophet's agent in Stark.]]
* DragonWithAnAgenda: [[spoiler:While she's working for the Prophet, she decides to recreate the world to her own desires as opposed to the Prophet's.]]
* MadScientist: [[spoiler:Helena seeks to create a dreamer so she can recreate the world.]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:Helena seeks to recreate the world so she can create a utopia.]]

!!(Theoretically) Blind Bob
->'''Voiced by:''' Andre Sogliuzzo

A Marcurian beggar whom Zoë meets in front of the Journeyman Inn. He is not actually blind, but he ''could'' be, so his full name is Theoretically Blind Bob--he just often omits "Theoretically" because it's so long.

* BreakoutCharacter: Kinda. Bob is a two-bit PluckyComicRelief character in ''Dreamfall'', but was popular enough to return with a bigger role in ''Chapters''.
* IHaveManyNames: In ''Chapters''. He prefers to call himself "The General", but another character refers to him as "Bob-who-now-can-see" while he is mentioned in the objective list as "Once-Blind Bob".
* ObfuscatingDisability: He is "theoretically" blind.
* SacrificialLion: No matter what choices you make, [[spoiler: he will die during the raid of the Enclave]].
* ThrowingOffTheDisability: His sickly white eyes look normal in ''Chapters'', and other characters and the game text refers to him as a previously blind person.

!!The Prophet

A mysterious robed figure in Marcuria who seems to represent the Six.

* BigBad: He's the main villain of the ''Dreamfall'' arc.
* BlackCloak: He wears one that mostly conceals him.
* BlackSpeech: He's apparently speaking dragon, but to us it sounds like a bunch of unintelligible strangled whispers.
* DramaticUnmask: In Book 5 of Chapters, we learn he is really [[spoiler: Brian Westhouse]]
* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler:Is possessed by the Undreaming]]
* TheFaceless: His face and, thereby true identity, is a mystery.
* GivingRadioToTheRomans: [[spoiler:He was the one who gave the Azadi the knowledge and the means to construct the Engine, which is essentially a giant computer running on steam technology.]]
* KarmaHoudini: He gets away with everything in ''Dreamfall''. [[spoiler:He finally gets his comeuppance in ''Chapters'']]
* ManBehindTheMan: He apparently sparked the Azadi's scientific revolution and put them on the track of exterminating magic from the world, to further his own goals.
* MalevolentMaskedMan: He adds a mask to his costume in ''Chapters''.
* MoreThanMindControl: [[spoiler:Even when The Undreaming is not inside of him, he willingly goes along with its influences]]
* TheReveal: [[spoiler: He's Brian Westhouse]].
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler: He does just want to go home and prevent Chaos from destroying his homeworld.]] '
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:His ultimate fate is never explained in ''Chapters'']]

!!White Kin
->'''Voiced by:''' Jenny Maher

The newborn White Dragon April helped hatch in ''The Longest Journey'', currently living as a human in the Dark People's Library.

* GodInHumanForm: As a Draic Kin, the White Kin is practically a god. She takes the form of a human to hide.
* MysticalWhiteHair: Has long, perfectly white hair and is one of the most powerful magical creatures in all of Arcadia.
* SpiritAdvisor: Seems to be one for [[spoiler: Saga]]. Whether it's AstralProjection or something else is unclear.

!!Commander Vamon
->'''Voiced by:''' Garrett Lombard (''Dreamfall''), Mark Healy (''Dreamfall Chapters'')

The commander of the Azadi forces stationed in the Northlands. Born to a noble family, Vamon has had a chip on his shoulder about Kian for as long as he has known him, due to his low birth and quick ascension through the military ranks despite this status. He also appears involved in a mysterious conspiracy, sometimes meeting with the Prophet and Sister Sahya in secret...

* CombatPragmatist: In ''Chapters'', his encounter with Kian at the Keep has him pull out his pistol and shoot Kian a couple times.
* DeathOfAThousandCuts: [[spoiler: His ultimate fate at the hands of a magical lynch mob. Anna, whom he tried to kill in the backstory, delivers the first blow.]]
* TheDragon: To Sister Sahya.
* DuelingScar: Has one across his nose and right cheek.
* EvilCounterpart: Vamon and Kian both grew up on the streets of Sadir. The difference is that while Kian is a moral man who puts his skills acquired on the streets to good use, Vamon uses his skills to abuse his powers.
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:He has his men kill both April Ryan and General Hami.]]
* IcyBlueEyes: While all Azadi have blue eyes, Vamon's are especially piercing.
* KickTheSonOfABitch: [[spoiler: Shoves Sister Sahya off a balcony, and he gets it at the hand of a lynch mob led by Anna.]]
* MurderIsTheBestSolution: When he finds that the prisoners of Friar's Keep are giving statements to General Hami that contradicts his own men's claims that Kian died in the riot, he immediately suggests the idea of murdering them before the General can interview them again. Sister Sahya in turn points how foolish this idea is.
* TallPoppySyndrome: The other part of his antipathy towards Kian seems to stem from petty jealously over the fact that Kian is a better swordsman than him.

!!Sister Sahya
->'''Voiced by:''' Jade Yourell

The Azadi governess of Northlands, ruling from the Great Azadi Tower in Marcuria. Like Vamon she apparently has a hidden agenda that she is trying to keep secret from the The Six.

* DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler:Vamon pushes her off the Tower's balcony.]]
* KickTheSonOfABitch: [[spoiler:After all she's done, her death was much deserved.]]
* NotTheFallThatKillsYou: [[spoiler: Gets shoved off a balcony by her lover.]]
* OfficeRomance: Is in a relationship with Vamon, despite it being strictly forbidden according to Azadi customs.
* PragmaticVillainy: She sometimes needs to rein Vamon in from making rash and short-sighted decisions, reminding him that they have to be patient and careful if their plan is going to stay under wraps.
* TheStarscream: [[spoiler:She plans to harness the power of the Engine and use it to usurp the Six and have herself crowned as the sole Empress.]]

!!The Six, Empresses of Azadi

The heads of the Azadi Empire and the Goddess religion.

* BiggerBad: Seem to be the Arcadian Bigger Bads in ''DF'', although ''Chapters'' implies that whatever Vamon and Sahya are doing in Marcuria happened without the Six's sanction and knowledge, although they all ostensibly follow the Prophet.
* AChildShallLeadThem: They are all short and look like they are preteens. The character descriptions in Chapters specifically explain that the Six must be between 12 and adulthood, with their numbering signifying oldest (One) to youngest (Six).
* KarmaHoudini[=/=]TheBadGuyWins: At least in ''Dreamfall''. Who knows what the rest of the series holds for them...[[spoiler: They seem to get replaced by Kian, the Bloodless King.]]


A Zhidmari healer who recently joined April's rebels against the Azadi.

* BadassBookworm: She's a healer, and doesn't fight herself. But she can handle herself in a scrap with alchemy.
* HealingHands: She is first and foremost known as an incredibly skilled healer.
* MyGreatestFailure: She feels awful about [[spoiler: betraying April.]]
* TheNeedsOfTheMany: She decides to [[spoiler: betray April so that the rebels can get the food and medicine they desperately need.]]
* IOweYouMyLife: If [[spoiler: Kian keeps quiet about her treason, she is eternally grateful to him, even going with him to Sadir and serving him when he takes over the country.]]

!!The Vagabond
->'''Voiced by:''' Alan Stanford

The mysterious and apparent caretaker of Dreamtime.

* OccultBlueEyes: Of the wizard kind.
* TheMentor: Becomes this to Zoë, once she finds herself stuck in Dreamtime
* TalksLikeASimile: Zoë jokes that he uses metaphors so frequently when she talks with him that [[GotMeDoingIt it has rubbed off on her]].

->'''Voiced by:''' Georgia Pearce

A mysterious girl that keeps appearing before Zoë to ask her to save April Ryan.

* ArtificialHuman: [[spoiler:''Chapters'' reveals that Helena Chang created Faith in a lab in an attempt to create a Dreamer.]]
* StringyHairedGhostGirl: Her appearance is based off the trope maker Sadako from ''Literature/TheRing''.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: [[spoiler:Faith's attempts to preserve herself in the Wire after her physical death created the Static that is disabling vital technology on Stark, killing many. Faith has no idea that she's doing this.]]
* VirtualGhost: [[spoiler:WATI's experiments killed Faith a few months before ''Dreamfall'' begins. The Faith that talks to Zoë is a copy of herself she somehow created on the Wire.]]

!!The Undreaming

The Undreaming is unchained.

* TheAntiGod: [[spoiler:Is the counterpart to Lux. Its true form even resembles Lux, albeit as a Lux made of darkness rather than light.]]
* DarkIsNotEvil: [[spoiler: It's unclear what it actually is, but Lux points out that it's bad because it was separated from itself.]]
* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler:It possessed Brian Westhouse when the man entered the Storytime.]]
* EldritchAbomination: It's an incorporeal being capable of destroying both worlds and potentially everyone's subconscious.
* EvilCounterpart: To [[spoiler: Lux. Lux creates the Dream that is reality, while the Undreaming seeks to end the Dream.]]