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A corrupt nation that sits within the Belt, below Kermulvia. Controlled by bickering warlords, life is hard and short in Altekrai, but its secrets are many, and it will soon find itself to be the target of one of the greatest evils Asagorak has ever seen.

Lucien Hale/The Leviathan

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Lord Nergal

One of the Warlords that controls Altekrai.

Emilia Yeager

A War-Lady who helps the Leviathan take over Altekrai.

Warlord Johan

The Warlord who controlled Altekrai's largest city, Warrenstein, prior to the Leviathan's takeover.

Titorelli Dipinto AKA The Painter

An old man with a passion for art living in Altekrai.


A vampire Andre fights during Altekrai's Bloodsport Festival. He is killed by the Leviathan.

The Blackwells

A myserious aristocratic family in Altekrai that Emile and Hope discover.

Nergal's Gardener

A gardener who has secretly been keeping his feral vampire father safe from vampire hunters for years.

  • And I Must Scream: He's now doomed to walk eternity, without a tongue, unable to speak, and with the guilt of having killed his own father.
  • Irony: Defended his vampiric father, despite the danger, and is turned into a vampire himself.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: After shooting his own father.
  • The Voiceless: Renders himself this, after Emile interrogates him, cutting out his own tongue.

The Gardener's Father

The gardener's vampiric father who has been rendered maddened by years of solitude.


Ted Kennway

The head of the powerful Kennway family in Hebecil.

  • Ambiguously Evil: While he seems opposed to his son, there's nothing to suggest that he's on anyone's side but his own either.
  • Bigger Bad: Markus is the primary antagonist for Silas and Cicero, but Ted is the head of the Kennways.
  • Evil Old Folks: Supposedly.
  • The Patriarch
  • Pirate
  • Offing the Offspring: He wants to avoid this with Markus, as he still loves his son.
  • The Reveal: He knows about Markus's plot to kill him and was even working with Borus to stop him.

Markus Kennway

A high ranking member of the Kennway family, in control of a large part of the island nation, planning a rebellion against his father.

  • Big Bad: From Silas and Cicero's perspective of the Hebecil arc.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Appears rather polite at first when speaking with Silas and Cicero, but then reveals his more malicious side.
  • Jerkass
  • Manipulative Bastard: Every major pirate family in Hebecil are just pawns to him so he can ascend to the head of his own family.
  • Pirate
  • Out-Gambitted: By his own father during Walter's funeral, where he seems prepared to either poison his father or some of his own allies.
  • The Starscream: Plotting to kill his father and usurp total control of his family's territory.

Water Belium/Kennway

The quartermaster of the Westward Dawn, and Markus's brother who is killed when he returns to Hebecil.

Borus Greene/Allen

The cook and quartermaster of the Noun, a ship commissioned by Markus to serve under Silas. He's secretly an Allen; one of the few remaining members of the former ruling pirate family of Hebecil. He kills himself after rescuing Silas and Cicero from the fiasco at Walter's funeral.

  • Ambiguously Gay: He brings in a very manly looking woman when Silas orders him to choose the most attractive whore for himself after a raid.
  • Ambiguously Evil: It's unclear whether he's truly loyal to Silas or not.
  • Boom, Headshot!: How he kills himself.
  • Decoy Protagonist: He looks to be the most important character in the Hebecil arc behind Silas and Cicero, but he dies a little ways into it.
  • Heroic Suicide: It's portrayed this way.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: To Silas and Cicero.
  • King Incognito: Of a sort; he's one of the last remaining Allens, who were once the most powerful family in Hebecil but were all executed in a rebellion.
  • Martyr Without a Cause: His ultimate fate. Though he tragically commits suicide, he isn't mourned by anyone other than Larkin, and Silas and Cicero continue their war with the Kennways for their own reasons, and not to avenge him or his family as he had planned to do himself.
  • Pirate
  • Surprisingly Sudden Death: Unexpectedly kills himself after Walter's funeral over the guilt of the things he's done to maintain his family.
  • Undying Loyalty: To his own ship, the Noun and his family.

Larkin Allen

A mute prostitute that Silas and Cicero take under their service after a raid, who is also secretly an Allen.

Davis Mavrick

Borus's replacement as Silas's quartermaster.

  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: Like Borus before him, he seems to be this to Silas and Cicero.
  • Number Two: To Borus, and then to Silas.
  • Rule of Three: Davis is the third Quartermaster to serve under Silas and Cicero, after the first two died.


The dwarven leader of the Red Sabers - a neutral pirate fleet.

The Cocklyn Twins

Aron and Eren Cocklyn, the infamous "Shadow Twins," two pirates who are well known for their ruthless fighting prowess.

Mark Cocklyn

The head of the Cocklyn family and the twins' father.

Enad Dane

The head of the Dane family and an incredibly cold woman.



Silas Victarion

An Elven bounty hunter with an intricate past whom Cicero Marius meets in Iviwapa.

  • Anti-Hero / Anti-Villain: Could easily be read as either. He isn't nice, and he'll gladly shoot innocent people if paid the right price; but he was also a loving husband, and is far more practical than his impulsive partner Cicero.
  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: He's very prideful and showy about his marksmanship.
  • Badass Boast: To his crew in Hebecil.
    "You might be a lazy pile of bilge rats now, but by the time I'm through with you, you'll be certified pirates that know when to set sail, when to slit throats, and when to shut up and do what I tell you! I'm from Gildenor, and there...we got navies that would make you lot wet yourselves with blood. And that's exactly what you're going to do if you don't follow my orders to the letter."
  • Badass Creed: "No gods. No masters."
  • Badass Longcoat
  • Berserk Button: Slavery, and being told what to do by a higher authority.
  • Bounty Hunter
  • Break the Haughty: His time in Hebecil sees him suffer defeat and servitude to rival pirates, which sparks his descent into more blatant villainy.
  • The Captain: When he and Cicero go to Hebecil, he begins to assemble a fleet to use against the powerful Kennway pirate family.
  • Cool People Rebel Against Authority: Lives this trope to the fullest.
  • Cynical Mentor: To Cicero, when it comes to bounty hunting.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Cicero enters a tavern to find him expertly shooting a mounted boar's head square between the eyes with a crossbow.
  • Graceful Loser: Accepts his defeat in his duel with Cicero quite well. Averted when he goes to Hebecil and loses terribly to multiple opponents. The trope only seems to apply under honorable conditions.
  • The Gunslinger
  • Interspecies Romance: His wife was human.
  • Jerkass: Very rude to Cicero upon first meeting him, and even after travelling with him for awhile.
    • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: It's hinted multiple times that he's a nicer person that he lets on, but he repeatedly seems drawn into being a murderous and selfish killer.
  • The Lost Lenore: His dead wife, Serana.
  • Mind Rape: Subjected to a slight form of it by Cicero's emotionally charged spell.
  • The Mutiny: Was mutinied against during his old pirating days.
  • Nominal Hero: In his more heroic moments, anyway.
  • Pirate: Was one in his youth, and becomes one again when he and Cicero travel to Hebecil.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: As a pirate captain, he's far more concerned with longterm goals than raiding and pillaging for no reason.
  • Revenge: Seeks it on the Ferrious royal family in Varia for killing Serana.
  • Slave Liberation: An excuse to kill slavers seems to be a big part of why he's a bounty hunter.
  • Villain Protagonist: Could be read as one.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Ambiguously so.

A powerful and wealthy nation, sitting in the center of Asagorak. The victor of the Mithril War, Kermulvia is an idealistic society with a dark underbelly, run by the ruling Villa of Baldassare and the other five Villas, who each have their own agendas.

Prince Patrick Mandelbrot Del Baldassare

The Prince of Kermulvia, and son to Don Niccolo. Patrick's story begins as he sets off on a quest with a small group of friends to offer aid to the agrarian nation of Altekrai, in the Belt. Idealistic and looking to prove himself, Patrick soon discovers that the road to Altekrai is not as easy a journey as it initially seemed...

Feste "the Fool"

The world-weary, and fairly inebriated, Court Jester of Kermulvia's Royal villa. Fed up with the infighting between the various Villas, Feste decides to join Patrick on his journey to Altekrai.

Father Eldacar O'Tuama

A Priest of the Great Infinite, Eldacar is an experienced mentor to Patrick, seeing great promise in the young Prince, accompanying him to Altekrai.

Pompeo del Stranieri

An expert archer from Villa Stranieri, who Don Niccolo sends with Patrick on his journey to Altekrai, as perhaps the only truly experienced combatant among the group.

Don Niccolo Del Baldassare

The ruling King, or Don, of Kermulvia, and patriarch of Villa Baldassare, father to Prince Patrick.

Princess Marta Del Baldassare

Thomas Calando

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  • Bittersweet Ending: The Battle of Teodoro in his backstory; he became a hero by stopping General Doga from activating the Moonstone only to discover that his beloved uncle had been killed in the same battle.
  • Combat Pragmatist: He's shown himself to be quite clever when it comes to fighting, to the point that he's regularly capable of catching his opponents off-guard.
  • Food Slap: Answered what appeared to be an attempt to poison the princess's drink by nearly breaking the offender's nose... with a salt dispenser on the same table.
  • In-Series Nickname: The Hero of Teodoro.
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: He's surprisingly well-rounded, having a good combination of strength, speed, skill, and magic.
  • Lady and Knight: The Knight to Marta's Lady, in a presumably non-romantic relationship.

Marcurio Silvestri

A young up and coming Knight of Kermulvia.

  • BFS: Asmodeus's Bane, his prize given by the Manticore for escaping the Labyrinth.
  • Demon Slaying: Hunts down daemons, with the ultimate goal of undoing Asmodeus' work and slaying the Leviathan.
  • Determinator: He was seriously dedicated to put his family name back on the path to greatness.
  • Family Honor: He set out to restore his family name to glory, and succeeded rather spectacularly.
  • Guile Hero
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Subverted; his willingness to make one secured his freedom from the Manticore's challenge.
  • Mind Rape: Subjected to it by the Manticore during one of the challenges in the Labyrinth.
  • Nice Guy
  • The Rival: To Thomas.
  • Selfless Wish: When offered gold or a ticket home by the Manticore, Marcurio instead surrendered his wish and bargained with Jiruga in order to secure Hope's freedom.
  • Sheltered Aristocrat: Started out as one, but eventually...
  • Took a Level in Badass: A lot of levels actually, over the course of his quest.

Rielus Olo

Antonio del Salvatore

Stefano Azzarello

A hot-headed gnome and Chef who often finds himself caught up in various hijinks.

Battista "The Tally Man" Reinieri

A debt collector who is in employment to every Villa, charged with seeking out debtors to the Villa, ensuring that they pay, either in money or blood.

Sergio del Salvatore

A young aristocrat, actor, and playwright who is as pompous as the Kermulvian aristocracy gets.

Donna Artemis del Salvatore

Jefferson Chaney

An immigrant from Altekrai who managed to become rich off of Kermulvia's gold mines and established himself as a powerful financial figure.

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