Characters from Prequel
The protagonist of the comic, a female Khajiit who may or may not become the Champion of Cyrodil.
- The Alcoholic: A recovering one.
- Ambiguous Disorder: She has legitimate difficulty understanding social situations; most likely justified because of her really shitty upbringing.
- An Axe to Grind: Lacking alternatives.
- Badass: Becoming one.
- Barefoot Cartoon Animal / Barefoot Poverty: Zig Zagged. She's not averse to boots, but due to her lack of funds, she can't afford to just buy her own clothing, and since her outfits tend to go completely missing the instant she gets a drop of alcohol (boots included), her barefooted status goes back and forth. She starts out barefoot, which quickly ratchets up to full nudity after the night with gro-Upp. Quill-Weave supplies her a full outfit, including boots, but then that entire outfit goes missing after the night with Dmitri. The Mages Guild does supply her with a robe soon after, but no footwear, so she spends a great deal of time (the majority of the comic, as of March 2013, in fact) in that outfit barefoot. After losing the outfit again to Sigrid's uncanny charms, she gets another outfit by entering into a dance contest, once again gaining a pair of boots. No telling how long it'll be before she loses this outfit and is right back to square one.
- Break the Cutie
- Broken Bird: She gets better once people start putting some trust in her, but up to that point she's basically little more than a nervous sobbing wreck.
- Can't Hold Her Liquor
- Cloudcuckoolander: Only because of the audience typically, though during a brief segment where perspective flips to Quill-Weave then back, it's shown she can be just as odd on her own.
- Cosmic Plaything
- Dark and Troubled Past: Her life is really shitty and the story has only taken place over the course of about a week, which has also been pretty shitty to her.
- How Do I Shoot Fire?
- Know When to Fold 'Em
- Meaningful Rename: Her original name being either irrelevant or a closely guarded secret, depending on which fan theory proves accurate.
- Naked People Are Funny: She gets declothed on a semi-regular basis.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero
- Perpetual Poverty: Enforced by being robbed twice thus far
- Ping Pong Na´vetÚ: Part of being a Cloudcuckoolander and also But Thou Must for certain elements of the plot.
- Playing with Fire
- Ridiculously Cute Critter: She's certainly more kitten-like than the actual Khajiits of The Elder Scrolls series.
- Justified in that she is a different sub-species of Khajiit than the ones that appeared in Oblivion.
- Her flashback to being a child during her second dream shows that little Katia was even more adorable than adult Katia.
- The Thing That Would Not Leave: To Quill-Weave.
- Took a Level in Badass
- Why Did It Have to Be Nobility?
Maenlorn & Caenlorn
Bosmer propietors of "The Flowing Bowl"
An Argonian acrobate and writer (and Acrobatics trainer)
A rather suspicious Nord in charge of the Kvatch Mages Guild.
A Breton mage of the Kvatch Mage's Guild. He doesn't take too kindly to Katia.
- For Magicka: It's implied later on the reason he's working with Sigrid is to understand what exactly she is. Note too that he's the only person yet shown to be not under her control.
- Jerk Ass
Nightmare of Emperor Uriel Septim VII
An Orsimer brigand who Katia has off-screen drunken sex with.
AsotilA Soldier of the Imperial Legion
that Katia encounters.
The whirling tempest of contradictory advice that somehow found its way into Katia's head
- Broken Base: Invoked Trope. A trademark of the Audience is its inability to come to a consensus. This invariably leads to fragments of Katia's subconscious swearing to the Nine Divines that the 'majority' of commands opposed an action that Katia has taken.
- Chaotic Stupid
- The Kid with the Remote Control: Although not to the degree some elements of the Audience would like. Katia remains the ultimate arbiter of her actions, with the Audience merely providing suggestions in the back of her mind.