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    Playable Characters # The Dark Eye 


An amazon met in Avestrue. She's a powerful warrior who's seeking revenge for her fallen hometown.

Voiced by: Karen Schulz-Vobach (Ge), October Moore (En)

  • Action Girl
  • Blood Knight: While still being a good guy, she's all about fighting and war. In fact, the first time you meet her she's trying to force an innkeeper to reveal her the location of a large bear's lair, so that she could kill the thing.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Prefers to charge headlong into a fight than sneaking around, which is an attitude shared by Forgrimm.
  • Boobs of Steel
  • Chainmail Bikini: Don't let the uncovered flesh fool you, it gives her a great defense.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Courtesy of a slave trader.
  • Of Corsets Sexy: The Amazonian armor looks like a metal corset.
  • Pet the Dog: Comforts the character when he/she learns of Ardo's demise.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Against the Dark Amazons who destroyed her hometown. One of her battle cries is "Vengeance for Khurkhum!"
  • "Shaggy Dog" Story: She and her friend Aydan (who you meet later) were chasing a small gang of Mactaleanate (Dark Amazons) in order to receive Rondra's favour and fully reach the Amazon status. They eventually find their lair in Ferdok, but it turns out that Aydan has been turned by the Mactaleanate, Rhulana is nearly persuaded to join their ranks and murder the player character and even if the Dark Amazons are defeated for good, she's lost her best friend too.
  • Sinister Scimitar: Aversion.

Dranor the Handsome

A thief met in Avestrue, has a difficult relationship with the beautiful Salina, which is ending... He's captured in Ferdok, but you can free him and let him join you.

Voiced by: Charles Rettinghaus (Ge), Marc Biagi (En)


Ardo's old and faithful retainer. He's so depressed over his master's demise that he cut off his own beard and got drunk. Joins the party in order to avenge Ardo.

Voiced by: John Taylor (En), Vittorio Bestoso (It)

  • See below.


The daughter of Cano and one of the greatest thieves in Ferdok. A cheerful and active girl with many useful skills.

Voiced by: Maud Ackermann (Ge), Erin Ashe (En)


An elvish spellweaver captured by the Evil Tree in the Moorbridge marshes. Joins you after .

Voiced by: Nadja Reichardt (Ge), Lani Minella (En)


A air-headed, depressed mage who was imprisoned under the castle of the Bloody Mountains. Joins the party when rescued.

Voiced by: Dietmar Wunder (Ge), Joe J. Thomas (En)


A Novadi mercenary hanging around in the dock quarters of Ferdok. He can be hired by the party for 200 golds. He's a skilled marksman and poisoner.

Voiced by: Bernd Vollbrecht (Ge), Alan Heath (En), Diego Sabre (It)


A powerful knight and lord of Grimtooth Castle, he's the keeper of the Dragon's Eye. After the player helps drive off the orcs invading his fortress, he joins the party.

Voiced by: Manfred Lehmann (Ge), Chris Wilcox (En)


A bald elf met near Tallon, he seeks revenge on a gang of Goblins for what they did to his family.

Voiced by: Thorsten Michaelis (Ge), Dave Rivas (En) Riccardo Rovatti (It)

  • Angst: For having his family slaughtered by an evil ogre.
  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Is quite obnoxious, but at least he does apologize when required.
  • Bald of Awesome: So far the only elf to not have long hair.
  • Blade on a Stick: A spear.
  • Glass Cannon: His defense and health aren't impressive, but his spear ability makes him extremely useful in battle.
  • Magic Knight: What he basically is (stats-wise).
  • My Species Doth Protest Too Much: Somewhat, though it's not explicitly voiced in the game, but a case of All There in the Manual (unless you have Gwendala in your party; in this case she comments on his oddness). Elves in The Dark Eye are, while clearly not defenseless, one of the least warlike races and tend to turn their backs on violence-prone members of their people. Contrast him with the village Elves in the sequel - airheaded and frustrating as they may seem, they are fairly good representations of the face in the source material.
  • Our Elves Are Better: If uses right, probably the most powerful party member in the game; considering that he's an extremely capable warrior who can fight almost as good as Rhulana, Traldar or Forgrimm (who are all roughly on par with one another, assuming they're similarly experienced, you leveled similar skills and gave them similar equipment), but is able to use magic on top of that. His main drawback is that due to the TDE system, he has to buy his levelups for his martial and magical skills from the same pool; and of course that he can't cast spells while wearing anything heavier than leather (though he has a decent spell for that).
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Against the great Ogre who killed his family.


An old alchemist living in Ferdok, who's looking for a peculiar and rare recipe. If you help her she will lend her services to you.

Voiced by: Barbara Freier (Ge), Lani Minella (En)


    Main Antagonists # The Dark Eye 

Finn of Ferdok

A petty and arrogant noble often seen with Kastan Gamblack. He's later revealed to be a elite member of the Dragon Cultists, but he's still a small fish.

Voiced by: ???

Kastan Gamblack

A rogue nobleman who's plotting with the Dragon Cultists. He's met in Ferdok and later in the dungeons of the castle of the Bloody Mountains where he's defeated.

Voiced by: Claudio Moneta (It)


A mysterious Mantra'ke (half-dragon) sorcerer met in Moorbridge. You must kill him to obtain the first piece of the Armor of Fire.

Voiced by: ???

Da Vanya / Seldrakon

The strict and self-righteous Great Inquisitor of Praios, bent on exterminating the witches of the Bloody Mountains. In the same chapter, it is revealed that he is another Mantra'ke like Valonion, and he's after the witches because they know he's up to something. The real Inquisitor's fate isn't mentioned in the game.

Voiced by: Luca Sandri (It)


A mysterious hooded stranger with a scaly face, is encountered several times in the game and appears to be behind the Dragon cultists. Disguised as the orcish leader Bloodfang, he's revealed to be Malgorra's henchman but is left to die against the party in Grimtooth castle.

Voiced by: Jon St. John (En), Luca Sandri (It)

Yandrick of Andergast

The war mage serving House Neisbeck. He's actually the one who murdered Ardo, and is fought twice by the main party, eventually slain in the Neisbeck highquarters.

Voiced by: Jon St. John (En), Luca Sandri (It)

Ulwine Neisbeck

An old matron and one of the most powerful merchants of Ferdok, is a ruthless woman, who daily employs ruffians and corrupt guards to do her will. She's the one behind Ardo's demise, and during the last confrontation with the party she's hit by a lightning and falls on the floor dead.

Voiced by: Shannon Day (En)


A young Purple Dragon who was raised by the Dragon Cultist under the castle in the Bloody Mountains. He has gone crazy and attacked the city of Tallon, burning and destroying until he was finally put down by Arom and the main party. He was possessed by a demon locked in his carbuncle.

Voiced by: none

  • Breath Weapon: Well, duh...
  • Climax Boss
  • Demonic Possession: There's a demon inside his carbuncle, driving him mad. Said demon later possess Arambolosh.
  • The Dragon: To Malgorra and the Dragon Cultists, though he's also an Unwitting Pawn.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Appears for the first time in the Bloody Mountains where he escapes from the castle he was kept.
  • Giant Flyer: He's very big and if you watch carefully you can see that his wings are far bigger than his arms.
  • Made of Iron: He fights you with a giant dwarvish ballista's bolt in his chest and yet has a ton of health points.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: This one is purple and too crazy to be reasoned with.
  • Tragic Monster: He's very young and is too crazed and scared to understand what's actually going on.

Malgorra of Incendio

A mysterious noblewoman-sorceress allied with the Dragon Cult who seeks for the ultimate power to use. Has a cameo in the prequel as a noblewoman attending a party.

Voiced by: Lani Minella (En)

    Others # The Dark Eye 


The beautiful Queen of Tumblers, is a wandering artist met in Avestrue and your first quest giver. She helps you on your way to Ferdok. Later she's accused of sabotage and poisoning in Murolosh and you have to gather evidence to save her.

Voiced by: Gundi Eberhard (Ge), Shannon Day (En), Stefania Patruno (It)

Archmage Rakorium Muntagonus

An odd and crazy-looking sorcerer who's not quite right in the head, but is extremely powerful. He's met in Avestrue and later you have to rescue him in the Moorbridge Swamps. He later resides in your home and gives you cryptic but precious advice. He makes a cameo in the prequel as a sidequest giver.

Voiced by: Hans Werner Bussinger (Ge), Marc Biagi (En)

  • Accidental Misnaming: It's a Running Gag that Rakorium is so terribly absent-minded that he has trouble remembering the player's name, calling him or her "Nottel", all the time. Nottel was the name of his first student, and apparently the only one he can remember. Since then he's come to call all of his students by that name, extending this courtesy to the player.
  • All There in the Manual: As a prolific Historical Domain Character of TDE, he has a lot more going on about him than is mentioned in the game.
  • Badass Beard and Badass Moustache: Crazy looking!
  • Barrier Warrior: Can create powerful barriers against the unliving.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: First you need his help in order to get a permission to reach Ferdok. Then you have to rescue him from the dangers of Moorbridge Swamps, then again he tells you where to go after you obtain the Shield of Fire. Last but not least, he gives you the Thesis Crystal needed to awaken Umbracor from the Adamantine Heart.
  • Cool Old Guy
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: OH. Dear. GODS....
  • Distressed Dude: Sort of in Moorbridge.
  • Escort Mission: Except that he can annihilate anything in a minute.
  • Properly Paranoid: He sees Lizardmen conspiring behind every corner. Turns out the first game's main plot actually is about a huge conspiracy spearheaded by Lizardmen!
  • Taken for Granite: Does this to a whole bandit outpost when you find him.

Sir Prancelot of Scufflewick

A pompous wannabe knight who has a huge inflated opinion of himself and tells a lot of stories, despite being a total wimp. You meet him in Avestrue and later in Tallon, where you have to kill a Linnworm. Appears in the prequel too.

Voiced by: Marc Biagi (En)

Duke Growin

The wise ruler of Ferdok, is a kind dwarf lord and a good friend of Ardo.

Voiced by: Eric Newsome (En)

Thalya of Ravendoza

A beautiful rogue who's cursed with bad luck. You have to help her to deal with the curse by giving to the ghost of her fallen comrade Alrico 27 ducats.

Voiced by: Lani Minella (En)

The Witches


The inhabitants of the Dark Forest in the Bloody Mountains, they're currently under the treath of the Inquisition. You can either help them of kill them. The four witches are Yasmin, Alwine, Morla and Saphira.

Voiced by: Jodi Lorimer (Yasmin En), Shannon Day (Alwine En), Erin Ashe (Morla En), Stefania Patruno (Alwine It)

Prince Arom


The badass dwarven prince of Murolosh, appears in Tallon valley on the tracks of the Dragon Jafgur. He helps the party on their quest after the dragon's death. Also appears in a bonus quest in the prequel, where he must destroy the access to a cursed mine.

Voiced by: Eric Newsome (En)

King Arombolosh

Mighty king of Murolosh, he appears to be a little harsh and hostile to the party. He's later revealed to have been possessed by the Dragon's Carbuncle in his crown but is saved.

Voiced by: Gerald Paradies (Ge), Sam A. Mowry (En) Claudio Moneta (It)


A legendary Dragon mentioned many times ingame, whose Oracle is kept in the Temple of Hesinde. The Oracle will nominate you Crusader of the Dragon Quest and order you to find the Adamantine Heart. Is revealed that the Oracle is actually Pal Na'Thar, the last Cyclops and that Umbracor is sealed inside the Adamantine Heart. Your goal is to free him.

Voiced by: Tilo Schmitz (Ge), Antonio Paiola (It)

Pal Na'Thar

A mysteryous character mentioned in the underground ruins, he's the last Cyclop and the voice behind the Oracle of Umbracor. He has been the guardian of the Heart for a very long time, and now he want to pass the task to you.

Voiced by: Frank Caesar (En) Antonio Paiola (It)

    Main Party # The River Of Time 

Fayris Lynx-Eye

One of the two agents working for Gerlin. Is a half-elf Huntress, armed with bow and arrow. She can cast elven spells and is quite skilled in marksmanship and ranged combat. If you choose to help Jaakon in the storehouses, she's killed by Coldstone.

Jaakon Zagor

One of Gerlin's agents in Nadoret, is a War Mage. Can use many powerful attack spells in battle and still put up a decent melee fight. If you choose to save Fayris first in the storehouse, he'll be killed by Coldstone.

Voiced by: Claudio Moneta (It)

  • Badass Bookworm
  • Magic Knight: Thought bending more on magic.
  • Not So Above It All: Though at first he seems to despise the arena fights, he'll actually cheer on you if you compete and even troll you with utterances like "Hurry up, I'm getting bored..."
  • Playing with Fire: Ignifaxius (Fire Spear) and Invoco Elemento (Summon Fire Elemental). Can also learn the Fireballs (which qualifies as a Critical Research Failure - the Ignisphaero spell wasn't available until the 3rd edition of TDE, which has been handwaved by making it part of the magic arsenal of a very reclusive university devoted to elemental magic which has been unknown to Aventuria at large until 2 years after T Ro T took place).
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Against Coldstone for murdering Fayris.
  • Simple Staff: His initial weapon.
  • The Smart Guy


A proud dwarf warrior, and Ardo's bodyguard and loyal retainer, is a Dwarf Warrior. Strong and resiliant, he's a powerful fighter, but it's not very brilliant.

Voiced by: Riccardo Lombardo (It, River of Time only)


One of the best rogues of Havena, the whole story started when him and his rival Mora were hired to stole Raul's Crown, a precious treasure. He was caught by Ardo and Forgrimm and now he must help them in finding Mora and recover what was stolen. He's a Rogue, and can use his skills of Lockpicking, Trap Disarming and Theft to help the party.

Voiced by: Simone D'Andrea (It, River of Time only)


The charismatic Paladin from Boarstock, whose duty is to guards the Imperial Insignia. He travels along with Cano and Forgrimm in order to retrieve Raul's Crown, whose loss is very dangerous for the emperor himself and can bring a wave of chaos and disasters. He's a human Fighter and use a sword.

Voiced by: Gabriele Calindri (It, ''River of Time only)

  • Cool Sword: His family heirhood and a very powerful, sharp blade.
  • Cultured Bad Ass: A tall and proud master swordsman who's also very knowledgeable, resourceful and corteous.
  • Doomed by Canon: In The River of Time.
  • Family-Unfriendly Death: Yandric tortures him and rip his heart out.
  • Extreme Omnivorous: If the recipe of Ardo's Champions' Breakfast is of any indication...note 
  • King Incognito: In the beginning anyway.
  • The Lancer: To your Hero, since he owes him/her his life.
  • The Pig Pen: According to Gladys, he claims that having a bath more than once every month is heresy. In The River of Time if you walk in the swamps/rivers he'll say: "Are you going to bathe yourself? Then proceed without me. Too much water is noxious for the health."
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Aside from that little accident where he fired his servant for washing his shirt a week too soon, he's this.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: While he's not exactly royalty, he's a very hands-on kind of guy for a nobleman.

    Main Antagonists # The River Of Time 

Captain Orbert

The captain and master of Nadoret's docks, he's a suspicious, bad-tempered guy. Of course, he's involved in the plot regarding the pirates and Dajin and Coldstone. He's met at the very beginning of the game, when you get to Nadoret for the first time. You later face him in front of the secret passage to Dajin's castle.

Voiced by: Riccardo Rovatti (It)

Stitus Bloomfold

The fat, corrupted commander of the Thurstein Toll Station on the Great River. Is a disgusting smug midget who loves animals above anything else and is involved in the pirate raids. After the party defeat his favourite pet, a Newt Kraken, he's knocked down and devoured by said beast.

Voiced by: ???

Girtash Goldtooth

Member of the Pirate Council of Hammerberg, is a smug, greed dwarf and one of the criminal bosses of the village, he also owns a mine. Later is revealed that said mine lead to the legendary Norgamashzrom, a cursed mine filled with Hell Iron. Eventually he's driven insane by the Iron and you must kill him near the entrance of the cursed pit.

Voiced by: Pietro Ubaldi (It)

Captain Soorman "Irontaster"

One of the strongest pirates of Hammerberg, is a dangerous criminal and a veteran in crime. Because of a bad experience with the fairy folk in the past he now totally hates elves and half-elves. His goal is to get rid of the current chief Eiliff and take her place as the new pirate leader. He's however defeated and killed by Eiliff and the party.

Voiced by: Gianluca Iacono (It)

Zutar the Orc

Soorman's right hand man, is one of the two Orcs NPC met in game. He's a simple brute loyal to Soorman and likes to make people "crunch".

Voiced by: ???

Jasmine of the Creeck

A sorceress clad in white robes first seen with the pirates, she's actually Coldstone's pupil. She's briefly fought in the pirate cavern and later in Dajin's castle. After her defeat she's told by her master to teleport away, and she does so.

Voiced by: ???

Baron Dajin

The fat, ambitious baron of Nadoret, is eventually revealed to be the man behind the pirate raids. He's also preparing an army in order to rebel to the emperor and take the throne for himself.

Voiced by: ???

Regismund of Coldstone

A powerful, evil sorcerer hired by a mysterious faction later revealed to be Answin Ravenmount, a noble who's vying to the imperial throne who's involved in all the bad things happening around Nadoret and the Great River. He's first met in Nadoret where he incapacitate Gerlin and kill Fayris/Jaakon. He's met for the last time in Nadoret's castle.

Voiced by: ???

  • Big Bad: The main villain and Final Boss of the vanilla game.
  • Cool Sword: Wields the Coldstone sword, the strogest sword weapon in game and can summon several magic swords against the party.
  • Crazy-Prepared: "Unlike you, I've prepared myself for a long battle."
  • Evil Old Folks: An old, uncaring, remorseless and evil sorcerer with his plans clear in his mind.
  • Evil Sorcerer: Just like Malgorra in the first game.
  • Genius Bruiser: He's an extremely cold and calculating man, but if he has to fight, he'll put up a decent one.
  • Golem: Seems to be his specialty: when first met he create the first boss (the Scrap Golem) and During the final battle he uses the same trick to animate Answin's statue.
  • The Man Behind the Man: To Dajin.
  • Nerves of Steel: He never seems to be angry or desperate, not even when his pupil is bested or when he's about to lose the fight. No Villainous Breakdown for you.
  • Orcus on His Throne: He's met only once in the beginning and later he just plan everything from the row lines.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: In a way, yes: he only kills Faeris/Zagor in self-defense, leave a golem to fight your character before leaving and spend the entire game doing his business at the castle, performing his actual mission rather than waste time and resources on harassing the heroes.

     Major Allies # The River Of Time 

Brother Emmeran

An old, dwarven Geod (sort of druid) who lives in the forgotten island and visits Nadoret from time to time. He's the first person met by the player in the city, and he "sees" something really special in him/her. He helps the party later, expecially when they bring to him a stone slab that allows you to enter the Temple of Efferd. Inside the temple lies the fearsome Crab Beast, who's possessed by Emmeran's twin brother's ghost and must be fred.

Voiced by: ???

  • The Atoner: Feels responsible for Nagrosh's death.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Being a Geod, his spells are influenced by Sumu, the Earth.
  • Mad Oracle: Or so he seems, as it's unclear wether the Father River is real or a myth though the entire Temple of Efferd seems to imply that the answer is yes.
  • That Man Is Dead: Dagrosh is no longer his name.
  • Our Dwarves Are All the Same: Averted big time!
  • Old Master
  • Simple Staff: Hard to see, but he uses a gnarly staff as his weapon of choice, and he can give it to the player as a reward.


An elf who lives near Nadoret and take care of his woods. He's the teacher for the Ranger-like classes. Unlike many elves, he's quite warm and likeable.

Voiced by: ???

Captain Nimralph

The captain of the Guards of Nadoret, is a veteran warrior who still believes in Justice and Law, and never, ever was bought by money. He teaches to the Warrior classes.

Voiced by: Marco Balzarotti (It)

  • BFS: His weapon is a prized Andergaster Sword which he gives to you after a certain sidequest.
  • Cool Old Guy: He fought famous wars in the past.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Downplayed, during the Werewolf sidequest he'll use a live goat as a bait, and when Faeris calls him out on this, he angrily retorts that he'll do anything to keep his people safe.
  • Knight In Sour Armor: Not a knight, nor a noble, still this brave man will do anything he can to protect his people.
  • Master Swordsman
  • Red Herring: Near the end of the Werewolf quest, after a battle against a whole pack of lycanthropes, he claims to have been wounded. Strangely enough, the Werewolf sidequest ends there without much fanfare, and he's seemingly not infected.
  • Retired Bad Ass: He's a mighty veteran, and has fought side to side with Amazons, Dwarves and Thorwalians.

Master Brookbeard

A distracted but good-naturated novadi wizard who lives in a tower north to Nadoret. Tends to make several hazardous experiments, and often is visited by angry peasants. He's the teacher for the Spellcaster classes.

Voiced by: ???

  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander
  • For Science!: His main motto.
  • Mad Scientist: A good one, and not that mad, though his experiments often turn out to be extremely dangerous for the nearby villagers, and eventually the priest of Boron manages to persuade him to tone down the experiments (the fact that the book he was studying has been incinerated probably helped as well).
  • Old Master: He becomes a mentor for spellcaster and already has an apprentice, Hesindiane.
  • Playing with Fire: He made a peculiar experiment involving several Fire Spirits and a time-proof sphere.

Dilga Panek the Silver Fox

The mistress of the Thief Guild of Nadoret, and the mentor of the Rogue classes.

Voiced by: ???

Isaliel Wingstrike

The leader of the Elves of the hidden village. Will help the party to find a cure for Ardo and locate the Pirate camp.

Voiced by: ???

Linven Owlheart

One of the elves of the Village, will help you learning more about the Stormcaller tribe and allow you to create Elven weapons.

Voiced by: ???


The healer of the Stormcaller tribe. She's a very gentle, kind elf who heal Ardo. She has a younger sister who's currently living with the pirates.

Voiced by: ???

Captain Hooksong

Also known as Trevor of Millstone, he's one of the pirate captains of Hammerberg. You first meet him near the elven village, where he's trying to get some Elven puff. You can either kill him, trick him or make a deal with him.

Voiced by: ???

  • The Alcoholic: Drinks a lot.
  • Bonus Boss: He can be fought and killed. It could be considered a terrible choice, however.
  • Cool Old Guy: Has an interesting story...
  • Hook Hand: Guess why he's called Hooksong...
  • Mr. Vice Guy: Drinks a lot and smokes too.
  • Nice Guy: One of the nicest pals around. If you helped him
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Despite being a pirate, he's open to diplomacy, and lets your party inside his camp even before you can tell him about your plans.
  • Sinister Scimitar: An aversion, he's a nice fellow who engages in acts of piracy.

Captain "Latinlover" Rumpo

Member of the Pirate Council along with Soorman, Girtash and Hookhand. He's a ugly-looking midget who speaks really well thanks to a magical ring.

Voiced by: Pietro Ubaldi (It)

  • The Casanova: Only because of his magical ring, which allows him to speak softly. As soon as you pickpocket his ring, his speech turns crude.
  • Fat Idiot: Highly implied to be just a useless, horny midget who got where he is know thanks to Alrico and Jadira.
  • Gonk: Probably the ugliest character in the game.
  • The Man Behind the Man: His right-hand man Alrico Farfara is this to him.
  • Official Couple: If you manages to steal his ring, after the Pirate Camp events he'll be found with Jadira in her inn.

Jadira Cruento

A zaori innkeeper of Hammerberg and somehow member of the Pirate Council, is a beautiful rogue woman who's in love with Rumpo.

Voiced by: Stefania Patruno (It)

Eiliff Thunderfist

The current leader of the pirates. She's a huge, muscular Thorwalian woman of honor. Helps the party when they join forces against Soorman.

Voiced by: ???


     Phileasson's Secret Characters 

Asleif Foggwulf Phileasson

Famous leader of a gang of Thorwalian pirates, he's been plagued by a mysterious "voice" in his head, urging him to complete a seemingly impossible task: lead the princess Amariel of Tie'Shianna to safety. The party has to help him during his quest, and he eventually joins them for a while.

Voiced by: Marco Balzarotti (It)

  • Brainwashed and Crazy: When Mhayana gives him the fragment of the Star Stone, he believes that he's the Elven High King Fenevien, and acts accordingly. Subverted in the end, as it turns out that after the possession he retained the king's memories enabling him to save the day.
  • But Now I Must Go: After completing his sidequest, he'll bid you farewell and set sail with the Princess in order to bring her back to her father.
  • Cool Sword: Phileasson's Sword: It may look like the broadsword from the beginning, but is the strongest Sword in game.
  • The Determinator: He'll rescue Princess Amariel, come Hell, High Water, treacherous elves or giant horse demons.
  • Expy: A nod to "Phileas Fogg": both travelled around the world on a bet (not actually mentioned in the game, but it's All There in the Manual.), and both end up saving an exotic princess/noblewoman from a dire and deathly danger.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: In the first two parts of his sidequest he's a secondary escort character (like the tutorial companions). He actually fully joins your party for the final battle.
  • Hero of Another Story: He's a pretty known and famous character in the setting. You can take part in his adventures (see Expy above) as a player of the original pen and paper RPG.
    • And it is awesome.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: When he's possessed by the Star Stone fragment.
  • Master Swordsman
  • Nice Guy: So nice that your party has no qualms about rescuing him.

Orima Priestess Mhayana

A blind priestess of Orima, she's the first person you meet in Tie'Shianna. She's a devious and treacherous person, whose motivations are hard to understand, and seems to be the villain. She even goes insane and tries to kill the party, only to find death herself. However, is revealed that her plans are aimed at stopping Tharkath's unholy ambitions.

Voiced by: ???

Aman'Sha Nirtala

The leader of the Palace Guards of Tie'Shianna, she's very arrogant and sidtrusts the "Sumurians" (your party), and fight you to see if you're worth of her help. When Tharkath takes over the palace, she declares her loyalty to him, but can still be persuaded to open her eyes. She's also one of the two "keys" to the Throne Room.

Voiced by:???

  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: She believes that the Palace Guards can massacre you in the Blood Trial. She's so, soo wrong...
  • Face–Heel Turn: Becomes fanatically devoted to Tharkath to the point that you have to kill her... or (if your persuasion is high enough) persuade her to get back to her senses.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: If she's persuaded to leave Tharkath, she'll still turn her body in the key necessary to open the palace gates.
  • Knife Nut: After she runs out of spells.
  • Lawful Stupid: Especially when Tharkath takes over the Throne Room., her blind fanaticism takes her to Miko Miyazaki's level.
  • Nice Helmet


One of the wise elves of the city, she and her disciples will test you in the Spirit Trial. During Tharkath's betrayal she and her pupils will give their lives to turn into the second key required for opening the Palace gates.

Voiced by: ???

  • Elemental Powers: Her trial invites you to choose two among six suggestions, including Ice, Air, Fire, Earth, Water and Stone.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: She turns into one of the keys required for breaking the seal on the Palace' gates.


Daughter of the Keeper of Knowledge, she's one of the most helpful elves of Tie'Shianna. She'll help the heroes with her knowledge of ancient Lore.

Voiced by:???

  • Heroic BSoD: After seeing her father's corpse, murdered in cold blood by Nirtala
  • MrsExposition: By bringing her the right scrolls, She'll tell you everything about Tharkath and his mad plans in order to win the Princess' love.
  • Nice Girl: One of the kindest elves in the city.


The personal body guard of the Princess and the de facto ruler of Tie'Shianna, as the High King is absent. He's a strict but good person who seems to care for the Princess' health. Turns out, he was madly in love with her, so much that he formed the "Globule World" where the fake Tie'Shianna's located and blocked in an eternal loop. He also sold his soul to the Nameless God in order to become an allmighty undead and move the whole Tie'Shianna and the Princess in the Nameless One's reign.

Voiced by: Riccardo Rovatti (It)

Princess Amariel

The princess of Tie'Shianna and daughter of King Fenevel, she's the one that Phileasson must save and escort to her father, waiting for her. However, due to Tharkath's overprotective behaviour, she's distrustful of him.

Voiced by: ???

  • Distressed Damsel: Well, when you're prisoner in an eternal loop world besieged by demons and manipulated by a psycho bodyguard who did all of this to have you...
  • Heel–Face Turn: After defending Tharkath's position and antagonizing the heroes, she finally gets back to her senses afte seeing how low Tharkath went to win her.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Her face screams this (plus another trope) upon seeing Tharkath's undead, crazied form declaring his possessive love to her.

Kazak the Blood Covered One

Leader of the Horde besieging Tie'Shianna, he's a large horse-like demon serving the Nameless One. Is implied by Phileasson however that he's just a sort of "poser" created by the Globule World's loop nature.

Voiced by: none

  • And I Must Scream: A case of All There in the Manual. The original Kazak can be met in an adventure module from the P&P-version of TDE (the same module also includes Phileasson) when the party visits the actual ruins of Tie'Shianna, where he he has been lying around for millenia in agony (ever since the Nameless one's onslaught on the city), impaled by a sacred spear, which only an elf can remove. The adventure module succinctly states that should one of the players be stupid enough to do so, Kazak regaining consciousness means that the game ends right and here for the party. * Big Bad: As leader of the Nameless One's hordes. Subverted.
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Deconstructed: the real Kazak is a direct servant of the Nameless God, and the fact that you could, Crystal Spheres or not, kill him is a clue that something's wrong in Tie'Shianna.
  • Disc-One Final Boss
  • Flunky Boss: Will summon more and more Horde Ogres and Chieftains to help him, though you can prevent this by using the "Stone Element" on the obelisk. Or even Invert this trope if you choose the "Air Element".
  • Hellish Horse: Looks like a humanoid, demonic horse.
  • Mighty Glacier: He's gigantic, mostly stationary and has a high defense... which can be decreased with the Water Element from the obelisk.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: "The Blood Covered One".
  • Not so Fast, Bucko!: Yes, you just killed one the the Nameless One's strongest vassals... but the adventure is far from being concluded...
  • Sinister Scythe: A giant scythe resembling the farming tool, which he uses more as a pick when fighting a single opponent.
  • The Voiceless: He only makes horse cries during the battle, but he never speaks.


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