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- The Anti-Nihilist: Understands mortal life is incredibly fleeting, but does not believe that this makes it any less worthwhile.
- Critical Hit: "Master Of Battle"
- The Hero
- Tall, Dark and Handsome
- Who Wants to Live Forever?: In the background - while too well-meaning and not fatalistic enough be Driven to Suicide, Soul Reaver by no means really enjoys having become an immortal. Although he tries to avoid it, having once been mortal, he still (in spite of himself) forms emotional attachments to the comparatively fleeting things around him, inevitably leading to an eternity of loss. But it doesn't stop him from continuing on trying to help.
Morganem and the Council of Six
The Void Children
The Void Child Hatred and Void Child Despair
The Void Child Fear and Void Child Fury
- Degraded Boss: (Type B) The first Void Child Fury was a Mini-Boss.
- Mook Lieutenant: The first void Child Fury.
- Superpowered Mooks: "Their strength, agility, and intelligence are phenomenal, and the greatest mortal heroes would be hard-pressed to defeat even the weakest of the Void Children in a duel."
The Void Child Lust, Void Child Sorrow, Void Child Desolation, and Void Child Malice.
The Void Growth
Dharuk Officer and Dharuk Champion
Crown Prince Thorin
Prince Theros Eridem