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Original and Warband Heroes
A Vaegir noble who has decided to earn his fortune as a mercenary.
An experienced engineer who seeks an escort out of town after a contract goes bad.
A proud Khergit lord.
A would-be horse thief who enjoys plundering innocents.
A former Rhodok sharpshooter turned mercenary and wandering drunkard.
A woman who was sold into marriage, kidnapped by bandit, but is now a free woman.
An honorable knight, attempting to find redemption.
A skilled surgeon.
An unsuccessful merchant looking for a new life.
- Arms Dealer: Got her experience by dealing to armies
- Christmas Cake: Is a middle aged, unmarried female. She shows interest in Bunduk.
- Joke Character: Kinda sorta. The only useful skill she has is "Inventory Management", which is of no use, since she's a follower and not a leader.
- The Silverstag mod averts this. It adds several special abilities (granting some passive bonus to the party) to hirable companions. Katrin has one which is calcultaed from her Inventory Management, which makes her automatically resupply the ammunitions of the allied units.
A sociopathic girl who needs to get out of town - fast.
- Dark Action Girl: Was an assassin before joining up with you
- Knife Nut: Comes with a dagger and throwing knives.
- Professional Killer: Ex-professional killer, anyways.
- Sociopathic Hero: She does show great loyalty to you for one, though.
- Token Evil Teammate: This wiki article about hirable heroes includes a guide suggesting two companions setup (built accordingly to their mutual like-dislike relations): one for early game, one for latter in the campaign. The early party is especially made of heroes not relucting to raid villages or caravans (which is an easy way to gain money in early parts of a campaign), the second includes more honourable heroes who dislike those actions. Despite her background and not disliking raid actions, she appears in the suggestions of "good" party members.
A strict swordsman who specializes in Training from Hell
A brilliant merchant.
- Intrepid Merchant: He's apparently been all over for trading. He is also the best trader in the game, at first.
- Magikarp Power: Starts at level 1 with terrible equipment and mediocre abilities outside of intelligence. If you're willing to invest in him, he can surpass Artimenner or Jeremus as an engineer or a medic
A Nord widow looking to reclaim her rightful lands from her opportunistic brother-in-law.
A famous swordsman, horseman and poet.
A member of the House of Rolf. Allegedly.
A gentle girl who fled from her Arranged Marriage
- Badass Grandpa: One of oldest monarchs. However, his high level and high tier equipment make him one of the most dangerous.
- Fat Bastard: A reputation Harlaus developed due to his tendency to hold feasts at improper times, including when he's under siege.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something
Lady Isolla of Suno
Prince Valdym the Bastard
Lord Kastor of Veluca
Arwa the Pearled One