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Collin, the Prince

  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: lampshaded by Filch by the first chapter of Downwood Tales.
  • Emergency Transformation
  • Ideal Hero: Though he has his fair share of doubts at times, Collin is a hero through and through.
  • The Leader: so much that his official "class" is Leader/Warrior.
  • Reluctant Hero: In Downwood Tales, he is extremely reluctant to claim his title as king, even when his father willingly gives it to him.
  • Warrior Prince: He has good defensive abilities and armor from the get-go, and can deal decent damage. So, most of the time, you will want him mixing it up on the front line.

Tilda, the Healer

Maginos, the Mystic

Nez, the Tinkerer

  • The Big Guy: Has the most attack and HP of the group.
  • The Blacksmith: His role in King Andon's court. He brings his mechanical know-how to combat, however — he's the only one who can use powerful clockwork weapons.
  • Drop the Hammer: His default weapon is a massive two-handed warhammer.

Filch, the Scamp

Lily, the Archer

  • Archer Archetype: Averted. Lily is quite friendly and sociable in dialogue with her teammates.
  • Distressed Damsel: Her role in her first appearance in Sorrow and Remembrance. Once she's freed from her trap, though, she proves more than capable of handling herself in combat. Notably, her Lesson Learned ability makes her immune to traps from then on.
  • Nice Mice
  • Sixth Ranger
  • Ship Tease: Her gratitude makes Collin blush.

Neré, the Shaman

Ansel, the Warden

Jakobe, the Gecko

Ditty, the Shrew

  • Ambiguous Age: described simply as "young" and implied to be smaller than the mice, though this could be a species thing (some types of shrew are quite tiny).
  • The Bard
  • Berserk Button: Anyone hurting her family.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Usually quite good at sneaking, but rushes out of cover when she sees her family in danger.
  • Loveable Rogue: Emphasis on loveable; she is a scamp, but only steals from the heroes to ransom her kidnapped family.
  • Magic Music: Many of her abilities.
  • Plucky Girl: Willing to go on an incredibly dangerous mission all alone before the rest of the heroes join her.
  • Suffer the Slings: Averted; Ditty's sling is more effective that many of the other starting weapons, and is treated as such in the story.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Hints of this with fellow scamp Filch, possibly bordering on Ship Tease.

Queen Vanestra

Captain Vurst


King Andon

The Queen

Miz Maggie


Old Crow


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