NPC's for this tournament were created by judges WeBgHoSt, Kitsune-Klepto, and Kiku-Okassu. This list includes the main NPC's as well as other characters appearing throughout the plot of the tournament.
The Champions: Mondshein, Lottatelum, Gebroken-Ogen
Karmic Trickster: Mondshein easily fills the role of Sarun's local trickster, having a fair fondness for pulling pranks and causing (usually-harmless) trouble. It should be noted, however, that as much mischief as she loves causing, her greatest ploys are usually targeted at those who have caused trouble in the past or displayed traits of selfishness, haughtiness, and the like.
Expressive Mask: A trait unique to Lotti's mask is that it exhibits several different expressions depending on mood.
Samus Is a Girl:Surprise, Surprise! OF COURSE, I'm a girl—I've been a girl this whole time!
Sweet Polly Oliver: Pretty much squicked out by how Arkhein was lusting after her and concerned for his friends, he had to assume this. This is the main reason why all his clothes obscure his body.
Bookworm: He loves learning so much that he has a penchant for staying up all night reading. On top of that he also owns Suspendisse Spiritus, Sarun's local bookstore.
Must Have Caffeine: Despite his attempts to deny it, he's addicted to coffee. He's almost never seen without a mug of it (or a caffeinated substitue) handy. Can't find him in his shop? Check the café, as he's undoubtedly getting a refill.
Amplified Animal Aptitude: Digger is noted to be intelligent and sentient. This includes feeling human-like emotions. Barring his Animal Talk (although he is rumoured to be capable of human speech), he is even capable of carrying a coherent conversation.
Cute Mute/The Speechless: John cannot actually talk verbally due to being born mute. His means of communication, though, is through writing what he wants to say or tell on a notepad.
The Doctor, Shane
Super Doc: The doctors' skills in magic and healing make him extraordinary at his profession.
Happily Married: he's Featherwind's Husband, and even in death, they still have a happy marriage.
Giant Spider: Traversing the Spider's Cave to get Aras' venom was one of the tasks assigned in the second round.
Everyone Calls Him Barkeep: He was never seen early on in the tournament, so the mischief he caused in Suspendisse Spiritus was simply passed off as being an effect of "the shop quirk," which became his name during that time.
Poltergeist: Prior to Round 3, Neil simply played out his role as "Quirk," usually by moving books around, opening and closing doors, and causing other mischief.
Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: the minute Arkhein began approaching the city, Shauri took John and bailed out before anything worse came up. however, she did leave something to help some of her entrusted spies...
Psychopomp: her main job other than being The Bartender. She works with Father Fate on that exact job, being groomed to take his place after a certain time passes....but due to Arkhein, the Job was put on hold until he is captured.
Familiar: To Alyssa, and she chose to be it for her.
Shape Shifter Mode Lock: Self-Enforced, in this case. It's subverted that he stays as a Gravehound for any trips outside of the kingdom—within the boundaries, he can just change back using another method.
Expy: Extremely unintentional, but Kalidas does have very close similiarities with Vanitas.
All There in the Manual: It isn't brought up often in the main Storyline, but if you know her Creator or look in certain materials, She is Alto's Girlfriend. In the oneshot she is brought up in, there are hints of this in a... Interesting Way.
The Ghost: She's this In-Universe, only mentioned on spare occassions and, aside from Shauri and Alto, doesn't have any connections or the like in Sarun. Very Much Justified that she is avoiding Sarun completely—See Grandfather Paradox Above.
Sophisticated as Hell: Tends to mix her swearing with her conversations when annoyed, but doesn't curse in polite company.
The Grim Reaper: what he's Known as in human history. He—and his children, the Fate Spirits, from youngest (ones born from human spirits) to oldest(mainly pure-born spirits)—are destiny guiders and Psychopomps respectively. In short, he's their father, and their boss with respective jobs.
A Form You Are Comfortable With: When he's first introduced, he takes on a Deliberately Monochrome form of John's Father to talk to him without John getting uncomfortable. all Fate spirits can shapeshift like this, though like Father Fate, some forms keep them monochrome in color.
Our Demons Are Different: Rose was not born a demon, but rather became one. While her father sacrificed her mother who had sold her soul to the Devil, her mother said Rose would not survive hell, and Rose was transformed into a demon herself.
The Silent Bob: He never speaks - ever. It can make him more intimidating or untrustworthy to his companions, but he also has been known to communicate through drawing on a notepad.
Doomed Hometown: Although she had been forbidden to leave the forest of her people, it was ravaged by slave traders. While looking for more of her kind, she began to learn more about the outside world.
Our Fairies Are Different: She can create her wings to fly, use fairy dust to boost her punches, and even use her powers to summon throwing knives.
Brought Down to Badass: Chance finds himself disconnected with his usual power source when he arrives in Sarun, forcing him to hold back on how much energy he uses. This doesn't make him any less badass come match time.
Vincent L. GarciaGinko Lost
Artificial Limb: Ginko appears to have a new limb to replace the one that she lost in a bar fight.
I Work Alone: After the demon Vaniros, who possessed her mate, cursed Rose, causing her to lose her son, she decides to avoid forming companionship to keep others safe from herself.
Involuntary Shapeshifter: When her son killed Vaniros, he cursed Rose so that she is unable to control her bloodlust form. When she is in this form, she only runs on the basic instinct to kill the prey that she will see everyone as.
Humans Are Cthulhu: Because his race was almost entirely destroyed when resource-seeking humans invaded his planet, he has a great hatred of them - not only them, but most everything from the planet Earth.
Our Dragons Are Different: He appears to only be part dragon, as he is gradually turning into one. His left side is more scaled than his right, his body is largely of human anatomy, and he lacks the size of wings to sustain flight.
David "Isabella" Travailleur
Clingy Costume: David's dress is one, much to his dismay. He can't remove it, and thanks to the enchantment on it, he can't ask anyone else to remove it either.
Meaningful Name: "Travailleur," French for "worker," is indicative of his status as a servant to the Chouette family.
Mechanical Evolution: The team includes one of the oldest bots (LancRose) as well as one of the latest (Zee).
"Austere" Asher Austoin
Cloud Cuckoolander: Austere is displeased that such a clever reader as you—as you most certainly are clever, he's sure—would be unable to spare the time for tea and to listen to his perfected art of lengthy nonsense. Not that he's known to drink tea, because he's fairly certain that tea is not his usual beverage. Unless, of course, it is and he just hasn't realized it. Maybe he's really been... note This is on a good day.
Cloud Cuckoolanders Minder: Mostly Zee, although LancRose sometimes (albeit more reluctantly) serves in this capacity as well. At one point, the two actually argue about whose turn it is to keep track of Austere.
Magic Versus Science: Zee is incapable of understanding (or unwilling to understand) the array of magical powers in Sarun if she can’t logically prove them, and either comes up with an improbable rational explanation for it or just all out denies its existence, making her a Flat Earth Atheist.
The Medic: Jason was formerly a doctor, and his soul-using abilities will help to heal others. He's shown to be a Super Doc as well, as his soul-based rather than magical powers have more of an effect trying to combat the plague on Merula than magic.
Hidden in Plain Sight: The other three members of the Free-Spirited Freemen were not in the tournament, but disguised themselves as the Medieval Trio to help save the others from the White Boar Mages by seeming to work with them. As a result, the trio were largely believed to be villains upon their appearance in the middle of the tournament, even by the very ones who were looking for them.