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Miscellaneous Good Guys

Prime (Pardas Rafe Idris Magnus Elder)
"Right, who's up for destroying Tokyo?"
Played by: Prime

  • Leeroy Jenkins: Came close in Triannual. Natalie's initiating the attack saved him from this label, however.
  • Story-Breaker Power: Single handedly almost ruined Chords in an Ethereal Harp. Fortunately, the author's gotten much, much better about this.
  • Verbal Tic: Commonly begins his declarations with "Right".


Albatross Trevelyan

Played by: Kevin

  • No Indoor Voice: Mentioned in Sea God.
    "Shouting my attacks give me 30% more effectiveness"

Kendil Booker

Played by: Lee

  • Ancient Egypt: Motifs of this setting recur in her design and narrative.
  • Cool Sword: She wields a khopesh, which also dips into Machete Mayhem and Sinister Scythe.
  • Fee Fi Faux Pas: She's not great at watching her mouth, and turns into an engine of these when things go sour.
  • Light 'em Up: The attack "Amun-Re Burst" resembles a solar prominence.
  • This Means Warpaint: Paints curling patterns on her face prior to starting the mission in Quenching the Ucalegon. Probably an homage to the Eye of Horus, even if it might not be that design exactly.
  • Trick Arrow: The attack "Arrow of Neith" involves magical arrows (appropriate for the goddess lending her name to the technique).


Played by: Moose

  • The Big Guy: Of the team in Quenching the Ucalegon. He's somewhere between six and seven feet tall, and has the build to match.
  • Crazy-Prepared: He carries a lot of weaponry and accessories.
  • Gentle Giant: The most sensitive and compassionate of the Ucalegon team, despite his appearance.
  • Heroic Dog: Flidais the noble German shepherd.
  • Mindlink Mates: He and his beloved pet Flidais share an exclusive ability to communicate via Telepathy (with her sharing images instead of words), making for a non-romantic but still quite recognizable variation of this trope.
  • Sacrificial Lamb: Not Treasach himself, but Flidais, who doesn't survive the attack by the warmth-eating creatures as they parachute to the ground.


Played by: Lee

Aquara Oceanara

Played by: Kevin

  • Blood Knight: Do not let her elegant demeanor fool you. Aquara is obsessed with fighting.
  • Dissonant Serenity: She's never far from a smile and a laugh, even in the middle of brutal hand-to-hand combat.
  • Meaningful Name: Yep, you guessed it. Aquara is associated with fire! Oh wait.

Nick Taruic

Played by: Choobs


Played by: Kevin

  • Dragon Lady: Has the looks and the combat skill. Not sexually aggressive, though, from what we've seen.


Played by: Kuroboom

  • Wild Child: He was raised by a pack of Abra and Kadabra


Played by: Iron Mouse

  • Weirdness Magnet
    This would be interesting. Avery frowned. Interesting things usually sucked for her.

Serpentei Kinkaryoh

Played by: Kara

  • Baleful Polymorph: A curse transfigured him into "an extinct Pokemon that he bore the same name as, only able to assume humanoid form temporarily via ghostly powers". He got better.


Played by: Prime


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