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Playable Characters

Saren, the Human Slave. Class: Warrior or Thief/Hero
Elenor, the Elf Slave. Class: Warrior or Thief/Hero
The player character, but not the hero of the story.

  • Action Girl: Eleanor can hold her own with her Amazon mistress.
  • Badass Gay: With the multitude of love interests around, certainly possible.
  • Back-to-Back Badasses: Has one of these scenes with Loren during the battle of Hammerhands.
  • Blue Oni: Calmer and more rational to temper the Hot-Blooded Loren.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Elenor. Saren, if the fanservice costumes are turned off.
  • Bodyguarding a Badass: Loren is quite capable of handling herself in a fight but Saren/Eleanor is sent along to make sure.
  • Chick Magnet/Dude Magnet: Wheither Bi, Straight, or Gay one thing is for sure: you can have a harem or people interested.
  • Combat Medic: The Hero prestige class gives Saren/Elenor a multitude of healing. This was the reason Breza sent the slave with Loren in the first place.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl / Crazy Jealous Guy: Either romantically or platonically for Loren's approval. They show jealousy when Loren shows a more welcoming side to others and start on bad terms with Amukiki out of competition for serving as Loren's protector.
  • Deuteragonist: A little surprisingly the player's character isn't the character who's The Hero and The Chosen One (although it's still their decisions that affect everything).
  • Does Not Like Men: A forceful Elenor says this constantly. Interestingly enough, so does a forceful Saren, despite being male.
  • Good People Have Good Sex
  • Happiness in Slavery: Saren/Elenor can claim this, and says the other slaves feel this way. Although we see evidence during the game of how that's not the case.
  • Healing Hands: The Hero special ability
  • The Hero
    • Guile Hero: The thief is rather pragmatic, but Saren and Elenor get rewards for talking their way out of trouble
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Has the option of doing one to get rid of Fost permanently.
  • Multiple-Choice Past: Choices made in conversation with Breza at the beginning of the game gives extra points to stats, as well as a few items.
  • Narrator All Along: Is the narrating monk, assuming they are alive at the end of the game. Otherwise, it's Loren
  • Player Character
  • Royal Harem: A possible backstory for a Thief Saren/Elenor, where (s)he worked as a concubine. (S)He was actually an assassin and spy for Queen Karen while (s)he was there.
  • Supporting Protagonist: Loren is The Chosen One, but Saren/Elenor is her rock and foundation, romantic or not.
  • Underboobs: Elenor
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Saren's idea of armor involves nothing but pauldrons if the option to wear less revealing clothes isn't taken.
  • Warrior Therapist: Particularly to Rei, but he often helps the team with their personal problems.
  • What Happened to the Mouse? / Schrödinger's Player Character: Only Saren or Elenor can be picked. The character that is not picked is not mentioned at all during the game.

Amazon Princess, Chosen of the Gods. Class: Warrior/Blademaster
The Princess of the Citadel, home of the Amazons, and The Hero of the story. Loren sets out when her mother goes missing with Saren/Elenor to accompany her.

  • Action Girl: She is an Amazon.
  • Absolute Cleavage
  • Amazonian Beauty: As an Amazon princess, you better believe she fills out this trope.
  • Awesome Moment of Crowning: As soon as Karen returns, she intends to crown Loren Queen, but it happens after the game is beaten. Assuming she's still alive, of course.
  • Back-to-Back Badasses: Does this with Saren/Elenor in Hammerhands.
  • Bodyguard Crush: Certainly possible. Even without romance, Loren's behavior is shifted mostly because of Saren/Elenor.
  • Boobs of Steel: Strongest physical fighter in the game, and extremely well endowed.
  • The Chosen One: By the gods, because a sword glows in her hands when it is used. Interesting use where it's not the player's avatar.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: Particularly in a romance, but even in her personal quest, she lightens up and realizes the abuses the male slaves endure.
  • Does Not Like Men: She certainly starts out that way, but is eventually subverted with Saren whether he romances her or not.
  • Dual Wielding: Her sprites show her dual wielding, and while she's not the only person who can do it, she is the best at it.
  • Gay Option: For Elenor.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: To kill Fost, she could pull one off.
  • Hot-Blooded: Her solution to most problems is violence.
  • Narrator All Along: If Saren/Elenor dies, Loren is the narrating monk.
  • No Social Skills: She was a sheltered princess used to getting anything she wanted.
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: Probably because she spend all her time in the Citadel, it made her skin so pale.
  • Red Oni: To Saren/Elenor, and Karen, to a lesser extent.
  • Refusal of the Call: Thinks that the Gods choosing her because the sword she finds glows is stupid and she wants no part of it.
  • Rebellious Princess: When Karen goes missing, she immediately sets off to find her, abandoning her entire culture. In the end, she is crowned Queen.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: With Saren and Elenor, seeing how romantic relations with men and/or elves is considered a taboo among Amazons.
  • Take a Fourth Option: During her personal quest, she is given a test of character, and told that an Amazon has fallen in love with a man (a capital offense), and she is asked who she should punish: The Amazon, the man, or both of them. Loren stutters, and eventually chooses none of them, and states that the law is stupid. The person who asks her deems her answer correct.
  • Tsundere: Intensely Type A.

    Draco Firestarter
Class: Mage/Elementalist
A friendly half-elven fire mage Loren meets on the road to Grimoire. Accompanies Loren on her journey to find her mother afterwards.

Class: Thief/Hunter
Lovable dwarf woman Loren meets while in Grimoire, and tags along with the party when Loren promises her a reward.

Leader of the Grimoire Wizard Council. Class: Mage/Archwizard
Archwizard of Grimoire, and member of the Council until he's kicked out. Joins the party early if chosen to stay in Grimoire, but joins permanently in Chapter 2 if following the elf path.

Champion Gladiator/Nomad Outcast. Class: Warrior/Gladiator
The strongest gladiator in Grimoire, and chosen to wield the Ember Blade. But Loren finds it first, and he swears fealty to her.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: If romanced, his and Saren/Eleanor have it bad.
  • The Chosen One: If he is romanced, the Hawk/Ember Blade will choose him in the fight at Hammerhands when Loren is temporarily knocked down.
  • Death Seeker: If romanced, he'll become one, if only to prevent Saren/Elenor from dying.
  • Duel Boss: He tries to set one up with Krul, another barbarian. Krul cheats. There's also a quest at the end of the game where you have to dual him as Saren/Elenor while stuck in the Under-world.
  • Driven to Suicide: If you try to avoid the duel with him in the Under-world, you'll point out his oaths contradict themselves, as he swore one to Loren and one to her enemies. He'll realize this and disembowel himself.
  • The Exile: Kicked out of his tribe.
  • Gay Option: For Saren.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: The only one who can use one aside from a Warrior Saren or Elenor. Makes use of it on his talent tree.
  • Noble Savage: He might be quiet, but he's intelligent and honorable.
  • The Resenter: Hinted to have hints of this to Loren, as the Hawk/Ember Blade chose her, and not him. He gets over it and serves as her bodyguard.
  • Shield Bash: Can do one of these.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Probably the least dressed hero in the game.

Elder Druid. Class: Mage/Druid
Elder Druid of the forest, a type of forest sprite who can use nature magic, and possesses untold powers of divination. Joins the party if they flee to the elves, or will join during Chapter 2 if the party stayed with the humans.

    Rei Copperleaf
Bounty Hunter. Class: Thief/Assassin
Myrth's adoptive brother, whose family were killed by dark elves. Womanizing assassin who is fond of battle and relishes the thought of killing Mesphit.
  • Blood Knight: Outright says he gets restless if he isn't killing anyone.
  • Bounty Hunter: One of his many jobs.
  • The Casanova: Conducts himself as one with fair success among his own people, but if Eleanor rejects him he instead becomes a Casanova Wannabe.
  • Cold Sniper: Terse and very detached about killing.
  • Fantastic Racism: Hates the desert-dwelling dark elves and is contemptuous towards humans.
  • Hidden Depths: His romance path, where he becomes a Trickster Mentor helping Eleanor to adjust to life in the wild and reconnect with her elven heritage. His slight nervousness around her also makes it apparent how much his feelings for her go beyond mere infatuation.
  • It's Personal: Hates dark elves and later, a pair of forest elven druids for what they did to his family.
  • Ladykiller in Love: His romance path is full of this, although Myrth claims he's long waited for the chance to make a good elf happy and just hasn't found the right one.
  • My Sister Is Off-Limits!: He pushes back hard if Myrth is being romances as Saren.
  • Not So Different: From Mesphit, both are bloodthirsty elves who have a chip on their shoulder towards their sub-racial brethren.
  • Odd Friendship: Despite his dislike of humans, he and Amukiki get along very well. He also likes the idea of an archery contest against Dora.
  • You Killed My Parents: The start of his hatred of dark elves.

Merchant/Dwarven Noble. Class: Warrior/Berserker
A dwarven merchant the party meets during Act I, who joins up after his wagon is destroyed and he has nowhere to go.
  • Adam Smith Hates Your Guts: You can buy things from him when you first meet him (he is a merchant), but he joins the party right after and you don't get any of the gold back.
  • Adorkable: When it comes to Dora.
  • The Alcoholic: Became a merchant to satisfy his love of mead.
  • An Axe to Grind: Not the only weapon he can use, but his sprite is always seen holding one.
  • Badass Beard: He is a dwarf, so it's natural.
  • Bare Your Midriff: With the fanservice costumes turned off.
  • Beta Couple: With Dora.
  • Love at First Sight: Again, with Dora.
  • Our Dwarves Are All the Same: Averted, although not to the extent as Dora. He is a merchant who only fights because highwaymen attack merchants, and he is incredibly open-minded, but he still has a long beard, uses an axe, and likes to drink.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: With the fanservice costumes on, Ramas's outfit is basically a harness.

Queen of the Amazons. Class: Thief/Scout
Loren's mother, and Queen to the Amazons. Lost in a scouting party, she was taken by Grob, along with her servant Ryzom who is actually the man she loves. Loren rescues her and she accompanies her daughter on her following quests.
  • Action Mom
  • Ambadassador: If she and Loren survive the game, this is what Karen becomes, serving as a diplomat to the Empire and the elven lands.
  • Blade on a Stick: Her weapon of choice.
  • Death Seeker: After being rescued, she considers herself weak and welcomes an honorable death. Loren heads up the army against the demons simply because, if she didn't, she knew Karen would do it because it would almost guarantee her death.
  • Duel Boss: Interestingly, she is the boss of Loren's personal quest.
  • Gay Option: For Elenor.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Can pull one off to permanently defeat Fost.
  • It's All My Fault: She blames herself for her Ryzom's death.
  • My Greatest Failure: She believes that loving a man, which is forbidden by the Amazons, makes her unfit to rule.
  • Older Than They Look: She looks at most a few years older than Loren. She seems to age very well, since she's a major character in the prequel game which takes place when Loren is still a child and Karen looks exactly the same in both games.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: Can suffer this fate if Loren makes the final sacrifice.
  • Passing the Torch: After she is rescued, she passes her role as Queen to Loren, only helping her as an adviser.
  • Take Up My Sword: She tells Loren to become the Queen, as she is unsuitable.
    • Love Redeems: Though if Elenor romances her and both survive the endgame, she becomes a strong ruler again.

Master of Truth. Class: Warrior/Unarmed
Hot blooded monk of the Disciples of Truth, dedicated to killing the undead of Mt. Kronos. Detached from worldly affairs, but will join the party if the undead can be whittled down.
  • Ascended Extra: He just helped out Apolimesho and the party in the human arc of Chapter 1. In the expansion, he joins.
  • The Atoner: Became a monk to atone for his bandit past.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Most monks are solemn and dedicated. While Sauzer is dedicated, he isn't solemn by any stretch.
  • Celibate Hero: Unlike every other playable character, he is not able to be romanced, and will tell you he has a vow of celibacy if you attempt to romance him. Although, whether or not Saren or Elenor flirts with him, he is flattered.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: It's how people guess he's a monk.
  • Lightning Bruiser: The fastest warrior by far, and boy, does he hit hard.
  • Hot-Blooded: When it comes to the undead, at least.
  • It's All My Fault: How he feels after the death of his sister.

The Dark Witch. Class: Mage/Necromancer
Dark sorceress who lives alone in the Unforgiving Swamps, Chambara likes to be left alone and spends much of her time shapeshifting into snakes and scorpions. But if a witch hunter can be defeated, Chambara will join the party.
  • Ascended Extra: She made a few potions and helped the party find Karen in the main game. She joins in the expansion.
  • Blood Knight: Openly relishes combat.
  • Blood Magic: Heat Blood and possibly Soulrot
  • Dark Feminine: To Myrth's Light Feminine
  • Could Say It, But...: Even when she's being helpful, she hates giving the appearance of being helpful and thus disguises her aid in creative ways. For example, she tells Loren that in order to make the potion that will reveal Karen's location, she needs Loren to bring her something that can only be found in one place in the swamp. Once Loren goes there, she finds it's where Karen is being held.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: She's abrasive, but not evil.
  • Dominatrix: Her relationship with the PC is focused around Chambara's sexual dominance of the PC, who is both her apprentice and her submissive. The roles can shift at the end.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Frequently.
  • Gay Option: For Elenor.
  • Lady of Black Magic
  • Old Shame: In-Universe, she was taught at Horus Academy, and thinks it's dreadful that she ever went there.
  • Sarcastic Devotee: She enjoys snarking at everyone else's expense.
  • The Vamp
  • Voluntary Shapeshifter: Her preferred from is a scorpion, but she can take any form she likes.

Rebel/Outcast. Class: Thief/Demonblood
Dark elf gang leader determined to make life better for his desert-dwelling people. Made a pact with a demon to do just that.
  • Ascended Extra: Was fought as a boss during the elf path in Chapter 1. In the expansion, he becomes playable.
  • The Atoner: Working with the party is his atonement.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Dark elves have blue skin.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Jul, who gave him his demonic powers can activate them in his Chapter 3.
  • Blood Knight: Bloodlust drives him. It activates his demon blood.
  • Death Seeker: Aside from being exiled from his triber, he's constantly working to suppress his darker impulses thanks to the pact he made with the demons, and actually asks Saren/Eleanor to kill him.
  • The Exile: Kicked out of his dark elven tribe for consorting with demons. Because of this, he's also not welcome in the forest.
  • Fantastic Racism: Against forest elves.
  • Gay Option: For Saren.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: If his Demon Form is activated.
  • Man on Fire: His Immolation special ability (he does it to himself, so it causes him harm in addition to his enemies)
  • Noble Demon: A good guy, if a bit demonic.
  • Not So Different: From Rei. Both are bloodthirsty archers who hate their subrace brethren
  • Papa Wolf: Inverted. If there's one person he listens to, it's Tobaar, his father. Also, if you value your life, you don't screw with Tobaar.
  • Wings Do Nothing: He appears to have small demonic wings during his demon form, but he is not able to fly.

Non-Playable Allies

Captain of the Guard
A warrior appointed chief enforcer of the law by Queen Karen herself. When Princess Loren leaves to search for her mother, she temporarily takes command of the Amazons.

  • Action Girl: She's not one of the heroes but she is an Amazon. She can even temporarily join the party under certain circumstances.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Breza appears to have feelings for Loren and is jealous of Saren/Eleanor getting close to her, regardless of if their relationship is actually romantic or not.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: If you go to protect the Citadel with Karen when the goblins attack it rather than stay in Hammerhands with Loren.
  • Simple Staff: Her spite uses one.

Inferno Hound
Inferno Hounds, sometimes called Hellhounds, are a canine species commonly associated with Demons. Trouble is an Inferno Hound slightly out of the pup stage, encountered outside the castle of N'Mar, that Draco befriends.

  • Big Friendly Dog: To the party. Much less friendly to their enemies.
  • Hellhound: A very nice one.
  • Kill It with Fire: He's not called an "Inferno Hound" for nothing.
  • Team Pet: He's Draco's dog but happily plays with the other members of the party, to varying reactions.

A Death Knight encountered in the Castle of N'Mar expansion.


A brutal Nomad warrior that is commanding the orc forces for Fost.

The druid for the village of Farshade. She strongly believes in the cause of the isolationist elves, and ordered her villagers to cut their beloved trees in order to build weapons, making her an enemy of Myrth.
  • Fantastic Racism: She hates humans and any who associate with them to the extent of refusing life saving healing from Saren/Eleanor.
  • Hypocrite: She reacts to what she sees as the corruption of elven culture by cutting down lots of trees to build weapons, itself a betrayal of elven culture.

Another elvish druid allied with Ygga.

Alpha Golem
The leader of the Golems. He is encountered during the assault on Hammerhands at the end of Chapter 2.

  • Dumb Muscle: Seems brighter than Krul but still not a planner like Jul or Grob.
  • Golem: Although Aravorn's golems seem to be free-willed creatures rather than automatons.
  • Monster Progenitor: Possibly. He is referred to as the "Alpha Rock Golem."
  • Rock Monster: Leader of them.

A high-minded demon. She was summoned to Aravorn a long time ago by a rogue warrior using forbidden magic, and has been instrumental in summoning more demons.

  • Absolute Cleavage: In her uncensored costume.
  • Charm Person: She's able to seize control of many elves and paralyses the entire party (except Draco.)
  • Co-Dragons: With Grob to Fost, though she seems to be the less preferred minion.
  • The Corrupter: She was the one who made Mesphit part demon.
  • Cute Monster Girl: Most of Aravorn's resident demons are decidedly non-human in appearance while Jul looks like a beautiful woman with wings, horns and a tail.
  • Horny Devils: She's a succubus.
  • Love Redeems: To an extent. In the vanilla game she takes over the demon forces after Fost's death and seems to be planning on resuming plans for conquest. With the expansion installed the presence of her lover, Zeal, changes her plans to finding a way for demons to coexist with the other races (though still willing to use force to achieve this).
  • Not Quite Dead: The heroes can apparently kill her but she manages to teleport away at the last second. She is too badly wounded to take further part in the plot however.
  • Unholy Matrimony: With Zeal.
  • The Vamp: Goes with the territory.

A powerful goblin shaman. With Jul's help, he summoned Fost, and became his minion.

  • Co-Dragons: With Jul to Fost, though he seems to be somewhat more favoured.
  • False Flag Operation: Pulls one off on the humans and elves to provoke them to war with each other.
  • Hyper-Competent Sidekick: He does most of the work to get Fost's invasion going. Aside from Jul's attempt to mind control the elves every effort the villains make that isn't a direct attack is masterminded by Grob.
  • Master of Illusion: Grob's favourite trick. He uses it to trick Loren and company into killing guards to get them arrested, to disguise his troops as humans or elves to pull off his False Flag Operation and to take on the appearance of Karen's dead lover to make her hesitate to kill him.
  • Portal Cut: How he dies.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: Teleports away a lot when beaten.

Dark Knight
A spirit residing in a possessed suit of armor. In his life, he had an unclean death. He refused to pass into death and so the Under-Realm's dark magic took him. Fost was initially defeated during the events of The Old War. After his defeat, Fost was entombed, sealed away. It was assumed he would be unable to rise again, but his return heralds the events of the game.

  • Animated Armor: He is a suit of empty armour.
  • Bad Boss: Downplayed by dark lord standards. He never kills or physically harms his underlings but he does belittle and verbally abuse them and clearly doesn't care in the slightest for their safety.
  • Generic Doomsday Villain: More or less, though an ending in which Saren/Eleanor sacrifices themselves hints at greater depth.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Any setbacks to his plan lead to screams of rage loud enough to shake the room.
  • Master of Illusion: While he uses this less than Grob he does project false images of party members to confuse and misled them before the final battle.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: In the fight against Fost his chest, head and left and right arms are counted as separate enemies with their own attacks and health bars. This compensates for the fact that he is the only boss who isn't a Flunky Boss.
  • Purple Is Powerful: His armour is a deep purple.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Glowing red eyes shining from behind his helm.
  • Spikes of Villainy: He's sporting a few.
  • Take Over the World: His goal.
  • The Undead: A soul that cannot pass on to the afterlife and is possessing his old suit of armour.

    Valery N'Mar
One of the owners of the titular Castle of N'Mar in the expansion.

  • Affably Evil: While initially annoyed at the heroes intrusion if they do quests for her and her husband she's a good host. Fail to do so and she tries to kill you.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: One suspects magic is involved in keeping that thing up.
  • Of Corsets Sexy: She's wearing one that's tight enough it's lucky she doesn't need to breathe.
  • Unholy Matrimony: With Zachary. The game's text suggests she's quite cuddly with him.

    Zachary N'Mar
The other owner of the titular Castle of N'Mar in the expansion.

  • Affably Evil: Like his wife he can be friendly, if a little condescending, if the heroes do as he asks.
  • Classical Movie Vampire: He acts (and dresses) the part, missing only the accent.
  • Unholy Matrimony: With Valery. His price for freeing his Amazon prisoners is a flawless diamond. It's not for any magical purpose or similar, it's just to please his wife.

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