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Glacier Waif: Due to being weighed down by all his armor and axes, he is usually more of a Stone Wall than his build would have you believe. The few times he fought without his armor he became a Glass Cannon.
Named Weapons: Banditcleaver, Banditbutcher, Pirateslayer, Woodcleaver, Deerbutcher, Starforged, and Revolution, to name a few. Out of these only Starforged and Revolution are particularly special axes.
Mairenn Trenor A young woman from the Trenor clan, a small tribe in northern Arad'uun. She's generally calm and easy-going. One of the many women involved with Vadim Itzal.
Mairenn and her prized bow, Soulsinger
Anti-Magic/Power Nullifier: Her main bow dampens the effects of magic both ways - mages hit with an arrow from it become weaker, while she also gets a boost in resistance. While it doesn't completely nullify magic, it's still enough for the trope to apply. Impressive for simply finding it lying around in a storeroom.
Aria Schezobraska A beautiful, but strong-willed Devlani soldier from the Devlan Supreme Army who rebels and joins James Sromvoski in the historic Devlan Great War. She becomes James's queen after they fall in love during the war.
The Alcoholic: Used to be this after being betrayed by his country, but he got better and vowed to stop drinking again. He's had one drink since, and that was when he thought he was going to freeze to death in a blizzard.
The Captain: Was this in the Devlani military, before he was blacklisted as an insurrectionist.
Deadpan Snarker: Doesn't say much, but when he does it sometimes falls into this category.
Defector from Decadence: Starts speaking out against the oppressive government after a member of his batallion kills an innocent woman. It doesn't go very well.
Heroic BSOD: Experiences one while living in Valhassa after getting thrown overboard of a ship and left for dead. He gets better.
Weak, but Skilled: Her spells are very weak compared to those of other mages (her Fire spell is the size of a lit match), but she has absurdly long range to compensate. She also has a ton of various gadgets in her Pants of Holding.
Rags to Royalty: The most obvious case, as she went from a simple mercenary to Princess of both Yllspyre and Alacia. Now that the king has met his untimely demise, it looks as though she may become Queen.