Characters across the world of DragonFable. Here be spoilers.
- Dark and Troubled Past: They were devastated by Wargoth and stranded on Lore.
- Dimensional Traveler: Their species as a whole were once able to create dimensional portals, which they used in one desperate act to move their city from danger.
- Horned Humanoid: A characteristic of their species.
- Weakened by the Light: They are sensitive to sunlight and must avoid it.
Alz'einThe trainer for the Riftmaster class, which is the Atealan counterpart to the Warrior class.
- Blood Knight: Of the Atealan class instructors, she's the one most eager to get in on the action. Even lending her help to Falconreach during the Black Winter event
- Teleport Spam: Though only seen through Cutscene Power to the Max she can quickly open and close rifts in a short span of time as a means of transportation.
IsiriThe trainer for the Ascendant class, which is the Atealan counterpart to the Mage class.
Etaos and NiriosTwin brothers who act as the trainers for the Cryptic class, which is the Atealan counterpart to the Rogue class.
- Blinding Bangs: Nirios always has his eyes obscured by his hair.
- Master of Illusion: As Cryptics, they specialize in mentally conjuring illusions to use against their enemies.
- Mind Rape: What they're capable of doing as Cryptics, as Etaos puts it "Cryptics do not need any weapons, we use our minds to cause pain. Or pleasure". Thankfully they're both on the side of Good.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: Both of them don't wear much to cover their chests
The EmpressThe Ruler of the Atealans
The queen of all vampires. Safiria had been resting in a tomb for 200 or so years before Big Daddy woke her up to distract Frydae during one Hero's Heart Day. She's been active since then and, as of Book 3, has established a nest in Castle Darkovia.
- Adaptational Late Appearance: In most other AE games, Safiria is the main vampire leader from the start. Here Frydae served as the main vampire figure until Safiria's awakening from her slumber in Hero's Heart Day.
- Affably Evil: Regardless of her alignment, she's very civil and polite to the Hero and his/her allies.
- Anti-Villain: It's left vague on whether she's a villain at all. While she certainly seems to represent evil, she allies with the Hero on her own free will.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: She's powerful enough to have earned the title. Crossing her is generally regarded as a bad idea.
- Berserk Button: When Thursday gets kidnapped from her by Frydae all hell breaks loose.
- Cooperation Gambit: In a sense, she offers to help Chaney cure lycanthropy, but only because she wants the cured werewolves to join her kingdom as vampires. Chaney was rightfully shocked when she revealed her plans to him and the party.
- Even Evil Has Standards: It's uncertain whether she's actually evil, though she was disgusted by Frydae's act of attacking other vampires, living in a former guardian tower, and feeding on the blood of his own descendant.
- Friend to All Children: She isn't exactly happy with Frydae when she discovers he was willing to kidnap Ophelia and Lazuli because he thought they had his love letter to her.
- High-Class Gloves: Complete with a ruby clasp for her middle finger on each pair.
- The High Queen / Reasonable Authority Figure: She's a lot more fair and on-the-ball than Frydae is and she won't actively cause trouble for anyone as long as their plans aren't in direct conflict with hers.
- Impossibly-Low Neckline: With a downplayed Absolute Cleavage.
- Mind over Matter: She possesses very powerful telekinesis, being able to make a whole castle explode with a hand gesture.
- No Body Left Behind: She can make her enemies explode into blood, leaving no remains.
- One Woman Army: She singlehandedly tore through most of Frydae's forces when he provokes her wrath, with even specialized silver weapons providing largely ineffective against her until they were forced to use a concentrated silver powder potion against her and even then, she was able to stall for time and wipe out the ground forces while the Player storm Frydae's tower.
- Pimped-Out Dress: She wears a flowing crimson gown with golden interior coupled with Absolute Cleavage and a High Collar of Doom in her Book 1 appearance. The basic idea remained the same for her Book 3 dress, but switches up the exposed bustline for a more modest corset that still emphasize her bust that connects to her still prominent collar and an elborate brooch adorning her neckline.
- Rapunzel Hair: Safiria has long, dark hair.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her eyes turn blood red when she's on a murderous rampage.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Frydae's red. She has the same general temperament where Zorbak is concerned, as well, although their friendship is tenuous, and it was established just so he would stop stealing her ghouls.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: Mogloween 2017 "Blood Moon War" reveals Safiria has been around since before the Reset and still retains memories from that time.
- Supernatural Gold Eyes: By default, although they do sometimes flash red - usually when she's annoyed by someone.
- Vampire Monarch: She has been the ruler of Vampires for many, many centuries.
- Winged Humanoid: Her vampire wings are constantly out unlike other vampires, although they don't draw much attention.
- Absurdly Sharp Claws: Well how else do you expect a cat to attack?
- Ascended Extra: Goes from being a minor Quest Giver to a companion to Bubble starting from 2015.
- Author Avatar: Of one of the DragonFable devs.
- Badass Adorable: In Mogloween 2016, he's a party member for the "Apsaydaaun" quest, and he's quite useful, being able to do hits likely of being critical.
- Dimensional Traveler: An ability all cats shared according to Myx. Verylus was able to freely follow the Player to Apsaydaaun and back. Unfortunately, it was this exact ability that caused him to be targeted by Arnold in Mogloween 2018.
- Informed Ability: As Myx explains, cats are apparently able to freely cross over between dimensions.
- Intellectual Animal: He does seem to have human level intelligence.
- Only Friend: With Bubble, for a while.
- Quest Giver: Of his own questchain in Amityvale where the Hero helps him with some tasks.
- True Love's Kiss: Has one with Bubble in 2015 Hero Heart's Day, which cures her of her curse and turns her back to human.
- Uplifted Animal: Highly implied to be the cat that made up one half of the Nekonomicon from one of Cysero's experiment a while back. Amadeus found and split the Nekonomicon back to its base components in one of his experiments to discover a way to remove the Doomknight armor from his own flesh. The result was an ordinary book and a highly intelligent cat, likely since the separation caused the cat to take most of the magic with it, resulting in its enhanced intelligents. One day the cat managed to escape Amadeus' lab and the rest was history.
Lon and Chaney
Lon is a werewolf guarding Thursday's garden in the middle of Amityville's swamp while Chaney is his brother who has spent years in the swamp keeping an eye out on Lon while searching for a cure. After the Time Skip Chaney himself has turned into a werewolf whilst looking for the cure, albeit with his sapience intact.
- Determinator: Chaney was willing to infect himself in the pursuit of a cure for his brother no less
- Find the Cure!: Chaney's ultimate goal. he believes the answer lies within Thursday, due her being The Immune and his own sentience staying intact after he infected himself with her blood after she herself was bitten by Lon
- Nice Hat: Chaney wears one.
- Wolf Man: Chaney can walk on two legs as a werewolf.
SallyA very Creepy Child originating from Moonridge. She eventually takes over the Necropolis, dabbles in Black Magic, and becomes an antagonist for many of the holiday quests.
- Bratty Half-Pint: She has a very serious attitude problem, often forcing the Hero to meet her silly demands and being a general pain in the ass.
- Big Bad: She is the most frequent antagonist of the Mogloween events, showing up at least every 2 years to cause trouble. She's an odd case due to being Obliviously Evil, rather than possessing malicious intent.
- Child Prodigy: By Book 3 she has a mastery of magic and is capable of driving away Vayle, of all people, away.
- Creepy Child: Even before she started dabbling in Black Magic, she liked to play around with the remains of fallen undead. She later works with the evil Bubble twin to enchant the candy, turning everyone who eats it into creepy little girls to be her friends.
- Creepy Doll: She manufactures a bunch of them at the conclusion of Mogloween 2014.
- Freaky Is Cool: She had a habit of collecting zombie parts, and thought the Necropolis would make a great doll's house.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: Once a little girl in Moonridge who was deemed weird, but eventually becomes the owner of the Necropolis and the master of all the undead creatures that reside there.
- Minor Living Alone: Her parents are never brought up once she moves into the Necropolis.
- Necromancer: Becomes one after taking over the Necropolis.
- Never Grew Up: By the Timeskip, she still looks the same as she did before, even as several other children you knew grew into adults. Apparently she used Black Magic to refuse growing up.
- Obliviously Evil: She regards her depraved activities in the same way a normal child would regard a game.
- Odd Friendship: With the Bubble twin that was cursed as a cat.
- Sickly Green Glow: In Thankstaking 2017 she has an aura of this color.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: She becomes less Obliviously Evil and more Affably Evil over time, by the time of Thankstaking 2017 she seems fullout evil complete with Glowing Eyes of Doom and a Sickly Green Glow aura.
- Badass Beard
- The Blacksmith: He forges gear for young heroes.
- Fire of Comfort: Is found sitting near one.
- Hunter of Monsters: He hunted monster before he retired.
- Power Tattoo: Has glowing tattoos on his arms.
- Retired Badass: He was a Monster Hunter in his youth. These days he lays low helping younger heroes to be well equipped for adventure.
HugoA background NPC in The Locker (you can find him in the Tempest Inn). In the Water Orb saga, he is revealed to be working for Sepulchure.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Sir Taxx who secretly wants to charge excessive taxes to the civilians.
- Deadpan Snarker: Virtually every line Sir Casm says is a sarcastic remark, to the point Sir Vivor has to keep translating.
- Expy: To King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table.
- Failure Knight: Some of them, namely Sir Casm and Sir Prize.
- Ghost Story: Sir Penatural loves telling these.
- Iron Butt Monkey: Sir Vivor is implied to be this.
- Knight in Shining Armor
- The Medic: Sir Junn is the royal doctor.
- The Prankster: Sir Prize and Sir Kuss who constantly prank each other.
- Punny Name: All of them except Rolith and Sir Baumbard. Adding onto the joke, Sir Baumbard explains he's not an official knight because his "family name didn't work with 'sir' in front of it."
- Team Chef: Sir Loin serve as this.
Sho Nuff Island
KordanaThe AI of a crashed mech from MechQuest stranded on Sho'Nuff Island. Becomes a powerful ally to the Hero.
- Ascended Extra: Goes from being a one-time character in the Wind Orb Saga, to one of the Heroes important allies in the fight against Caitiff.
- Benevolent A.I.: She's quite friendly so long as no one tries to steal the Wind Orb.
- The Bus Came Back: She returns in Book 3, following her disappearance, to aid the Hero in fighting Caitiff's forces.
- Expy: Of Cortana.
- Fish out of Temporal Water: She's from a few millennia in the past where technology was advanced, before an event called the Reset where reality was rewritten. Now she's landed in what appears to be a Medieval period in a Fantasy Kitchen Sink.
- Humongous Mecha: She has control over one. She first summons it when the Wind Orb got stolen in the Book 1 finale, forcing the Hero to defeat it. However in Book 3, Kordana commands it to aid the Hero in battling Caitiff.
- Put on a Bus: She seems to disappear in the Book 1 finale when she is deactivated after the Wind Orb gets stolen.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her eyes turn red when the Pirate-Ninja monkey steals the Wind Orb and she activates a Titan sized mech as a defense mechanism.
- Spaceship Girl
- Arch-Nemesis: They are this to each other.
- The Beast Master: Both of them have a wide armada of monkeys under their command.
- Evil Counterpart: To each other.
- Nice Hat: Pi Mae wears a kasa.
- Pirates vs. Ninjas
- The Prankster: Both of them.
- Quest Givers: Of the Sho'Nuff Inn Saga.
- Talk Like a Pirate: Mae Pi does.
King AlteonHe's the king. Usually hangs out in Swordhaven, but The Hero first meets him in Frostvale.
- Big Good: He may not appear very often, but he is in charge of the forces of good.
- The Good King
- Medium Awareness: A bit of dialogue from Frostval 2006 implies that he knows he's a character in a game.King Alteon: Interesting. I am often amazed by the unthinkable convenient timing of events in RPGs.The Hero: What?King Alteon: Hmmm, nevermind that.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Or at least, he was up until he helped The Rose impose a Ban on Magic and try to get rid of all of Lore's magical beings.
- Requisite Royal Regalia: He dresses exactly how you would expect a king to dress.
- The Usurper: Of the Swordhaven throne, but everyone in kingdom approves his deposing of a tyrant.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He supports The Rose's quest to eliminate magic and has oppressed Lore's magical beings towards this end.
- You Kill It, You Bought It: Killed the tyrant Slugwrath back when he was Sir Alteon and the people chose him to become the new king.
The AnnouncerThe announcer of Swordhaven's coliseum, and the Tournament of Champions MC.
Alexander/XanAn apprentice wizard whose diary The Hero finds in the wreckage of an old, burnt down house. Confirmed by Word of God to be Xan before his Start of Darkness.
- An Ice Person: His default weapon is "Ice Mage Staff" and most of his skills relate to ice magic. Which is somewhat ironic, considering who he will become in the future.
- Good Hair, Evil Hair: He has what can only be described as a goatee. This brings up some interesting implications; Alexander's beard contrasts with Warlic's moustache in a way that is probably meant to evoke the "good guys have beards, jerks have moustaches" stereotype... but on the other hand, the goatee is pretty much THE stereotypical "bad guy beard", which could be foreshadowing Alexander's eventual transformation into Xan.
- Hero of Another Story
- Improbable Use of a Weapon: Uses his staff to hit things with instead of what staffs are supposed to be used for. This is lampshaded in the description for one of his attacks."What else is a staff for?"
- Irony: The guy who will later become a downright awe-inspiring pyromaniac is an ice mage traumatized from a near-death experience with fire when he was a kid and consequently terrified of fire monsters.
- Laughing Mad : when he becomes xan at the end of the quest chain
- Villain Protagonist
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He's got... issues with fire.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair
Past JaaniaAnother apprentice. Alexander has a crush on her and so does Warlic.
- And I Must Scream: Her imprisonment is confirmed to have been this; She was conscious the entire time she was trapped in her prison.
- Break the Cutie
- Broken Bird
- Costume Porn: Compare her incredibly detailed outfit to Alexander and Warlic's relatively simple robes.
- Crystal Prison: her fate at the end of the quest chain.
- Despair Event Horizon: The last thing she saw before being imprisoned was her two best friends fighting. And after she is freed, Xan is a mess and part of Warlic has been split off into a power mad tyrant.
- Foregone Conclusion: Those of you who've played the Save Lymcrest quest chain already know what happens to her.
- Love at First Sight: Alexander and Warlic start fighting over Jaania only minutes after they first meet her.
- Smart People Wear Glasses
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair
BrumpThe wizard who is training Alexander, Warlic, and Jaania.
Girl/Light PrincessThe girl Ash saves at the start of the game. She is later revealed to be the Princess of Light.
- Breath Weapon: She temporarily gets the ability to breath fire.
- Light Is Good
- She is also the one powering Ash's light weapon after the timeskip, "Reaching out from the plane of light" to help him out.
- Love Interest: Subverted in the ArchKnight epilogue when Ash thinks she's going to kiss him, but she gives him an atomic wedgie instead.
- No Name Given
- Save the Princess
- Taken for Granite
The NecromancerThe villain that Ash faces at the beginning and the Final Boss of ArchKnight.
- Big Bad
- Big Ol' Eyebrows
- Final Boss
- Luke, I Am Your Father: He tries this on Ash. It doesn't work.Necromancer: Ash, I am your father.Ash: But my father works on a farm west of Falconreach.Necromancer: Dangit... thought you were one of those orphan heroes with a mysterious unexplained childhood.
- No Name Given
- Pointy Ears
- Starter Villain
- Took a Level in Badass
The Six Heroes Saga
- Action Girl: She's fairly capable of combat, and even makes it into the semi-finals of her bracket.
- The Apprentice: Becomes one to the Hero after "Return to Lymcrest".
- Archer Archetype: Wields a crossbow.
- Captain Ersatz: Of Linkle. Having a similar hairstyle, clothing, personality, and preference for crossbows.
- Hair Color Dissonance: Has green hair.
- Happily Adopted: By a Dwarf couple.
- Hero-Worshipper: Has a great amount of respect for the Hero.
- Interspecies Adoption: Was found and raised by the Dwarf couple, Doug Digg and his wife Lyra, as a baby.
- Messenger: Delivers messages from the Hero's allies in Book 3, including Artix and Sir Leon.
- Plucky Girl: All the time.
- Ambiguously Evil: While his first appearance really didn't push him towards any particular alignment, "The Burning Village" seems to indicate that he isn't as evil as he looks.
- Ambiguously Human: Has red eyes, is super fast, fights bare-handed, and wears an anachronistically-modern suit.
- Anachronism Stew: Wears a tie and dress slacks in a medieval setting. Granted, it's DragonFable...
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Dresses quite stylishly for someone fighting in a tournament.
- Calling Your Attacks: While he doesn't do it himself, the game announces that "Faust prepares to unleash!" before he uses his Charged Attack.
- Canon Immigrant: Originated in AdventureQuest Worlds before being introduced in DragonFable.
- The Champion: Of the east bracket. Conversely, the Hero is the champion of the west bracket.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: His fight against Melchior.
- Friendly Enemy & Rival: With the Hero. And he's super polite about it.
- Good Old Fisticuffs: Unlike EVERYONE ELSE in the tournament, he doesn't use any weapons.
- Hands in Pockets: Whenever he appears.
- Meaningful Name: Faust means 'fist' in German. Guess what he uses to fight?
- Mysterious Past: He comes out of nowhere, and no one knows anything about him. Though his presence carries a lot of weight and there's hints that he will be significant later on.
- Further adding to the mystery is his role in AdventureQuest Worlds, where he serves as an agent to the Queen of Monsters.
- Pre Ass Kicking One Liner: "Well then... ...shall we begin?"
- Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: His signature move consists of a barrage of punches.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Has red eyes 24/7.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He mysteriously forfeits halfway through his fight with the Hero, apparently due other business.
- Super Speed: He's very fast.
- The Battle Didn't Count: Even though you drop his HP to zero, the following cutscene shows the battle ending in a stalemate.
- The Reveal: Only after the Hero defeats Fangblade is it revealed that the tournament had been divided into two brackets: east and west. And up until his introduction, Faust is only shown from the waist down.
- True Final Boss: Of the tournament. Up until his appearance, the Hero was lead to believe that Fangblade was the final boss.
- The Chessmaster: Literally plays chess at one point.
- Long-Haired Pretty Boy: Pretty long compared to most of the male characters in game.
- Man of Wealth and Taste: His robes have a clerical, almost Oriental design, which sets him apart from the other characters at the Gala.
- Nebulous Evil Organization: The group of soldiers he appears to command. They seem to be running experiments that involve blowing up villages.
- No Name Given: During the events of the Gala, he's the only NPC that doesn't have a name tag when spoken to. It's finally revealed during the events of "The Burning Village", and even then, it only appears for one line. Additionally, it appears at the end of a long string of dialogue, making it easy to miss if you're not paying attention.
- Reverse Arm-Fold: When first encountered during the Gala.
- Wicked Cultured: Not much is known about him so far, but the fact that he attended a Gala meant for royalty and dignitaries hints at some kind of clout. He's also shown reading a book and drinking tea at one point, and he seems to have servants at his beck-and-call.
The Weaver Saga
CharA boy living in the Ravenloss slums struggling to provide for his siblings after his father is driven insane. In Book 3 he and his siblings are able to live better lives, thanks to Ravenloss being rebuilt. After the Tomix saga however, he is nowhere to be found.
- The Blacksmith: As a Soulsmith he attaches underdeveloped elemental spirits to blank weapon casts known as spirit casts to create Living Weapons.
- Good Is Not Nice: He's supposed to be on the side of Good, but he's a massive jerk to the Hero.
- Sibling Yig Yang: Izaac is generally affable and polite, particularly in Book 1. Lanrete on the other hand is rude and unpleasant towards the hero, even giving a backhanded remark on them not doing anything during the Time Skip between Books 2 and 3. In spite of that he warms up to the hero slightly after Book 3 Tomix Saga.
Tomix's older brother, and the current headmaster of Edelia. He travels to Tkaanie to hunt down Roirr and stop the Fleshweaver's evil plans.
- Aloof Big Brother: Towards Tomix.
- And Now for Someone Completely Different: He's one of the playable characters in the Vaalroirr Saga.
- Ascended Extra: Was a minor character during the Book 3 portion of the "Tomix Saga", but later becomes the main hero in the "Vaalroirr Saga".
- Blow You Away: He does wind damage.
- Flash Step: Much like Tomix, he can travel at high speeds leaving behind a glowing streak, using a technique called "Soulblink".
- Heroic Sacrifice: Uses a Dangerous Forbidden Technique to defeat Roirr, at the cost of his own life.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: In spite of how coldly he treats Tomix and the player, he is still shown grieving for him after his death.
- Killed Off for Real: He is killed while performing a forbidden magic spell in order to defeat Roirr.
- Soul Power: Like all SoulWeavers.
A son of Roirr and the first Soulweaver. Currently an elemental spirit to Danyel. Founded the school of Soulweaving, Edelia
OyvaA daughter of Roirr and the very first Soulsmith.
A daughter of Roirr. The very first Chaosweaver and an elemental spirit currently serving as Tomix's Soul Ally.
- Ascended Extra: She has a very minor appearance in Book 1 during the cutscene "Meet Aegis", before having a much larger role in Book 3 as Tomix's new SoulAlly and a very significant character in Weaver history.
- The Atoner: In her early life, she was greedy and cruel, which resulted in her being estranged from her siblings. She created a "child", Envy, to keep her company, but due to her anger at the world, the resulting spirit was evil. She eventually came to regret her choices and is currently helping Tomix deal with Envy.
- Dark-Skinned Blond: When she was alive. She may or may not have had vitiligo around her eyes.
- The Jinx: Her very presence causes badluck to others.
- Repressed Memories: Upon her death, she cast some of her most painful memories into the Void. When Tomix and The Hero land on a physical manifestation of them, she ends up recovering them.
- Unwanted False Faith: To the Chaosweavers, who worship her as a goddess over her sins.
MarzannaThe wife of Roirr, and mother of Pandora, Baltael and Oyva.
- Outliving One's Offspring: She outlived Pandora (who died at age twenty-one) and Oyva by quite a few decades. Baltael was the only child who lived longer than her.
LudomirA resident of Ull with his friend Izbor
IzborrA resident of Ull with his friend Ludomir
AshendalA Void Walker from MechQuest, who traverses alternate timelines and universes seeking rare items and entertainment.
- All-Powerful Bystander
- The Cameo: In "Castle Nostromo", where he talks directly to the player about going on the forums.
- The Collector (-ish)
- Fish out of Temporal Water
- Fourth-Wall Observer: His mastery over crossing realities makes him aware of the fourth wall, and he can break it with ease.
- Have We Met Yet?: Engages in a style of conversation with the Hero when they meet in Frostval 2014 "A Tale of Two Timelines", where he talks about knowing a different version of the Hero.
- It Amused Me: One of the reasons why he doesn't intervene with events of a timeline and just chooses to watch. In fact it borderlines on sadist levels, as he enjoys watching the Hero be put through torment.
- Walking the Earth
Doctor WhenA time traveler who travels around in a time booth, and has a lot of history with Cysero. He appears in the Orb Saga finale to stop Cysero and the Hero from messing with time and space. He returns in Book 3, Thankstaking 2013 to meet up with the Hero and to payback a debt for his/her heroics by taking him/her on an adventure.
- Badass Beard: Has one in his second incarnation during Thankstaking 2013.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Modeled after the Tenth Doctor. He apparently buys them at an expensive price from Chairman Platinum who illegally makes them.
- Bigger on the Inside: Completely averted. In stark contrast, the time booth is "smaller on the inside."
- Doctor Whomage: Practically one giant love letter to The Doctor. His outfit is a combination of the Tenth Doctor's suit and the Eleventh Doctor's bowtie. He travels around in a TARDIS-like phone box called a time-booth that's "smaller on the inside", uses what looks like the sonic screwdriver as a weapon. When defeated he regenerates into a new form. In Book 3, the Hero decides to simply call him "Doctor" after some punny confusion over his name.
- Healing Factor: After being defeated he undergoes a regeneration identical to the Doctor's.
- Hero Antagonist: He's not evil per se, just has opposite interests to the Hero and Cysero. In fact he thinks Cysero is messing with space-time and only wishes to put a stop to it. This is further affirmed when he returns in Thankstaking 2013 where he feels he owed the Hero for fighting him.
- Meaningful Name: "When" to signify he travels through time.
- Must Make Amends: He returns in Book 3 to find the Hero, having realized the Hero was doing good in the Orb Saga finale. He offers to take him/her on an adventure as payback for his/her bravery.
- The Nth Doctor: After being defeated in Book 1, he regenerates from his orc form into a more human like appearance with black hair and glasses.
- Our Goblins Are Different: During his first appearance he has an orc appearance with fangs and a mohawk, with his race stating he's a goblin.
- Scary Shiny Glasses: The glasses he wears in his second incarnation are highly reflective.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: In his second incarnation.
- Sympathetic Inspector Antagonist: He is merely fulfilling his role as the Time Police and stopping rogue time travelers from messing with time and space, which Cysero is doing.
- Time Police: He intervenes when the Hero and Cysero exploit Time Travel to acquire eight copies of the Elemental Bacon Orb to save Lore. This isn't the first time Doctor When has run into Cysero either — turns out Cysero stole the phonebooth time machine from him and he's still holding a grudge.
- Time Machine: A phone booth modeled after the TARDIS.
- Time Travel: With his own Time Booth to get around.
- Took a Level in Kindness: He is much nicer in his second incarnation.
The DoomkittenA monster Warlic summons in the Dragon Egg quest chain in order to find out which of the The Hero's eggs is the real dragon egg. After it picks out the dragon egg, The Hero has to fight it so it won't eat the egg.
- Badass Adorable: The Doomkitten is the strongest opponent the player will encounter early in the game, and is very difficult to beat due to it's multiple hit attack, being very resistant to all elements other than water, and being the first enemy to have immobility resistance. It becomes a lot easier once the player learns a blinding ability.
- Cute Kitten
- Cuteness Proximity: The Hero falls victim to this.
- Doomy Dooms of Doom
- Eldritch Abomination: It's implied to be this.
- Final Boss: Of the "Dragon Egg" Saga.
- Killer Rabbit
- Ridiculously Cute Critter
- Weaksauce Weakness: If The Hero has a good water weapon, s/he can beat it pretty easily. On the flip side, if The Hero doesn't have a good water weapon, s/he's screwed.
- Ambiguous Situation: Elysia seems to know him and was even shocked by his appearance, but just who he is remains to be seen.
- Author Avatar: The second one for real-life Tomix Danao, after the in-game Tomix's death in Book 3.
- Barrier Warrior: He can create a very powerful rainbow colored shield, which he uses to protect the Hero and his/her friends from Caitiff's attack.
- Cursed With Awesome: He can heal people by punching them, but this means he can't hurt someone in a fight. Well... unless he picks up a stick.
- Fat Bastard: More concerned with stuffing his face then helping the Hero deal with an attack on town.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: No one seems to like him, especially the Hero.
- Good Is Not Nice: He's allied with good, but can be a massive douche to others.
- Healing Hands: He is able to heal others, by punching them. The punch hurts.
- It Amused Me: He goes along to Falconreach to help the Hero, because he's bored in the Sandsea and fancies some sightseeing.
- Jerkass: He's a bit of a dick to everyone in general. The Hero does not hide the fact s/he dislike Dove.
- Light 'em Up: With the revelation that he is a Light one.
- Light Is Good: Light may be an asshole, but still allied with good.
- No Name Given: He's referred to as "Dove", with his real name being unknown.
- Power Dyes Your Hair: His hair changes color with his mood, and when he unleashes his full powers he basically goes full Super Saiyan.
- The Reveal: It turns out he's a Light one, a being aligned with light.
The Elemental AvatarsThe gods and guardians of the planet of Lore. They are the Elemental Embodiments of the 8 primary elements.
- An Ice Person: Kyanos is the avatar of ice.
- Blow You Away: Khazri is the avatar of wind.
- Casting a Shadow: Voidstar is the avatar of darkness.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Voidstar is the ruler of the elemental plane of darkness, but is not enemies with the other elements like many darkness elementals are.
- Do Not Taunt Cthulhu: Nythera once challenged them for dominion over Lore, causing them to declare a massive war that destroyed Falconreach and nearly killed her.
- Elemental Embodiment: Of the 8 primary elements.
- Dishing Out Dirt: Temblor is the avatar of earth.
- God's Hands Are Tied: Discussed. They dealt with a great threat called Maleurous once before, but state that they require the Hero of Falconreach and a Hero of Another Story to deal with it this time, stating that they are unable to meddle. The Hero, however, points out that being "unable to meddle" didn't stop them from attacking Falconreach during the Storm War. The conversation moves on before they can attempt to justify this, however.
- Light 'em Up: Celeritas is the avatar of light.
- The Maker: What they are referred to in one part of the world. Many believe them to be the creators of Lore.
- Making a Splash: Neso is the avatar of water.
- Our Gods Are Different: They are considered to be the primary deities of Lore.
- Playing with Fire: Fiamme is the avatar of fire.
- Shock and Awe: Haeos is the avatar of lightning.