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    Dickson Write 

Dickson Write

Played by: Green Diamond
"I don't have to be faster than the orcs, I just have to be faster than you."

A human druid who seems to be in his late 40s. Not much is known about him, but he still sticks around, supposedly due to the thrill of the mission.


  • Murder Is the Best Solution: Well, he certainly thinks this way.
  • Secretly Selfish: He considered Zak the person he was closest to in the group, balanced out Garret's anger well, and was a mentor of shorts to Kenta - and constantly runs away every combat.
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    Garret Maldreck 

Garret Maldreck

Played by: Clockwork
"I TOOK A BREATH ATTACK! And lived!"

A 37 year old half-elf barbarian, who just so happens to be a war veteran. He was hired by Gundren with the intent of this being his last job, and planned to retire after this.


  • The Alcoholic: Let's say he definitely enjoys his drinks.
  • Bi the Way: Clockwork has confirmed that Garret doesn't look at gender in a lover.
  • Casual Danger Dialogue: He has this with Kenta every so often - one example is at the beginning of the attack on the orc camp.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Attempted this at the end of Episode 3 - albeit, the stream had cut out. Turns out someone else did it before he could.
  • Older Than They Look: A downplayed example. Garret's first icon looked like he could be in his late 20s, but he's at least ten years older than that.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: While not too much, he definitely has no problems with swearing oftenly.
  • Undying Loyalty: He had this towards the party in earlier episodes. Not so much nowadays, though.

    Kenta Holloway 

Kenta Holloway

Played by: Mochi
"I'm not that cowardly!"

A human monk at the age of 22. After leaving his monastery to go on a journey, Gundren offered him a job.


  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: Garret was the only person who knew Kenta was male before Episode 2.
  • Extreme Doormat: Downplayed, but definitely there. He frequently apologizes after getting mad, and practically does anything Garret tells him to during the first three episodes. After escaping the woods, he becomes less of a doormat and makes his own decisions.
  • Hypocrite: For a kid who preaches 'killing is wrong', he sure is violent - most notably in Episode 2.
  • Ki Manipulation: Due to being a monk, Kenta's demonstrated the power of Ki many times - A notable example is in Episode 2, where he used it to run what must've been at least 60 feet to get advantage on attacking the Nothic.
  • Not That There's Anything Wrong with That: In Episode 2, it's implied that Kenta believes Sildar's captured friend is more than that. Kenta says this trope word for word when he comes to this conclusion.
  • Opposites Attract: Implied with Zaagark. Though he's been giving him the cold shoulder since Zaagark died and then returned.
  • Tenor Boy: While not as significant as nobody ever sings in LQ, his player did confirm that his voice type is Tenor.
  • You're Cute When You're Angry: Kenta rarely gets mad, but when he does, it's mostly played as a joke.

    Zaagark Ederson 

Zaagark Ederson

Played by: Heywood
"There's a small chance I got this."

A half-orc warlock. He is 19. Was hired by Gundren through a connection his mother had.


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Other Characters

    Isa Landel 

Isa Landel

A wild magic sorceress working for the Lord's Alliance. After the party leave the forest, she joins them. While frail and possessing only 9 hitpoints, her spells are powerful. She takes a motherly role to the party.


  • Team Mom: Downplayed, but she definitely is the most responsible in the group. Probably also the kindest.
  • Squishy Wizard: An amazingly capable magic user, however, she has alarmingly low health.

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