Bizarre Alien Biology: His body is naturally covered in a thick layer of strange spiked armor, and is very unusual in shape. Once such example is the fact that he has a distinct lack of traditional lips, instead having two sets of teeth: A set of thin needle-like teeth along the gums, and a flexible set of mandible like-spikes that protrudes from the outer side of his jaws.
A black cold-drake from the Far North of Arda, mother of Merkampa and Piutalamba, and the only Dragon in Mórenorë during the late First Age. She later becomes a high-ranking minion of Ungoliant, and even becomes the mistress of her own company of soldiers.
Accent Adaptation: To emphasize her origins from the Far North, Naikamil is intended to speak with the equivalent of a thick Scandinavian accent (preferably Danish or Swedish) in Servants.
An Ice Person: Since she is a cold-drake, she has a body well-suited for cold environments.
Aroused by Their Voice: Many characters in the story are fascinated by her voice. From the Ice Queen-esque tone to her thick accent (see Accent Adaptation above), Naikamil's voice alone has earned her many admirers from among Ungoliant's minions.
Genius Bruiser: She is essentially built like a war machine, but has a photographic memory, is an expert of her fellow dragons and other creatures of Melkor, and gracefully exhibits her sentience in her mind, speech, and body language.
Lantern Jaw of Justice: A female, villainous, and non-humanoid example. Naikamil's lower jaw is not only large, but so strong and heavy that she can use it to crush rocks, ice, and even human beings with little effort.
Our Dragons Are Different: Being a cold-drake, Naikamil can neither fly nor breathe fire. However, since her mother was an ice-drake (a wingless dragon with the ability to spit frozen water), she is built somewhat differently from other cold-drakes, and capable of spitting a jet of water several meters away.
Whip It Good: Like all cold-drakes, Naikamil has a long, whip-like tail, and she definitely knows how to use it.
A race of Men native to Mórenorë. They also act as Ungoliant's primary Mooks on the mainland and in the Islands of Ormal. The Darklanders native to northern Arvalin are known as Delduthlings.
AmbiguouslyGrey: The Delduthlings have features on their faces and bodies reminiscent of other races of Men in Arda (slantednote albeit downwards dark-colored eyes, pale skin, dark, wild hair), but they still have features that distinguish them from the Men of Middle-earth. It is as though they are their very own race.
Badass Baritone: Overlapped with Vocal Dissonance. A recurring trait among male Darklanders is their deep voices, which makes them appear sound older than they truly are. This is due to puberty occuring much earlier in their youth than most Men.
Dark Is Not Evil: They're not necessarily malevolent in nature. They just so happen to be associated with one of the most powerful villains in all of Arda.
Fantasy Counterpart Culture: The Darklanders in general can correspond to a hypothetical race of humans indigenous to Antarctica, although the Ormalic Darklanders are also more or less proto-Romani, albeit with the aforementioned grayish-white skin tone.
Le Parkour: The Darklanders that are assigned to the Islands of Ormal are inclined to be athletic and aware of their surroundings. They use both of these to their advantage when traveling throughout the Islands and the Sunlands.
Motor Mouth: Zigzagged. They speak at a normal pace, and are not as noisy as Gongs or Ogres, but they are inclined to speak with heavily pronounced Salvidoric or swift-paced Ormalic accents, which make them seem to speak faster or slower than they appear to be.
Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: A recurring physical trait among male (and occasionally female) Darklanders, especially those that hail from Arvalin and the Islands of Ormal.
A 19-year-old Darklander, formerly a soldier that served in the Islands of Ormal. Currently residing in the Delduthling port-city of Grindsmouth, and the personal servant of Naikamil. He is also the cousin of Grodyn and Rhejya.
Younger than They Look: Has a very skeletal face with sunken cheeks and eyes, and has a mildly sickly complexion. Despite this, he is still in his early twenties, and is not even the oldest Darklander introduced within the story.
An 18-year-old Ormalic Darklander hailing from the island of Tygho, and the twin brother of Rhejya. He is a soldier in Gunglip's army during the Swerting-Darklander War.
Identical Twin ID Tag: His preference to wear the aforementioned lenses over his eyes, and his lips are bent downwards. Also speaks with an Ormalic accent, while Rhejya speaks with a Salvidoric accent.
Single-Minded Twins: Averted! Though Grodyn and Rhejya are twins, they have fairly different personalities, and are perfectly capable of thinking and acting independently from each other. This is due to a...
Twin Desynch: He and Rhejya were seperated from each other when they were two years old; Grodyn stays in the Islands of Ormal, while Rhejya is sent to Delduthland, and eventually Salvidor. They are still perfectly aware of each other's existance in the mean-time, though they did not meet each other again until they were both in their early teens.
Warrior Poet: In addition to being a skilled warrior, he is also an experienced singer and musician.
A 25-year-old Darklander from Arvalin. Was a resident of het-Githlun before he was sent to join Gunglip's army during their conquest in the Sunlands during the Swerting-Darklander War. He later begins to have romantic feelings for Grodyn's sister, Rhejya.
Identical Twin ID Tag: Rhejya's Messy Hair is much longer, and is tied in the aforementioned braid. Her lips are bent upwards Also, Rhejya speaks with a Salvidoric accent, while Grodyn speaks with an Ormalic accent.
An evil race obscurely related to Orcs. While they mostly dwell in the distant, more obscure regions of Middle-earth, they are also known to dwell in Mórenorë and especially the Islands of Ormal.
Always Chaotic Evil: Subverted. At first they appear to be an even more war-like and hostile version of the Orcs, they are actually more passive outside of combat, and casually interact in peace with the other races that serve Ungoliant.