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    Quizmalia, the Lady of Fate and Fortune 
A (probably) Chaotic Neutral deity with a strange sense of fashion. Appears in Julie's dreams as the Palm Tree Ghost. She created the Magicant, a wish granting potential Artifact of Doom, and threw it into the world of mortals For the Lulz. Since then however, she's decided to have someone more responsible go seek it.

  • Wild Card: See also: Chaotic deity named the Lady of Fate and Fortune.
  • Big Good: In charge of the dungeons that hold the pieces of the Magicant, and is the source of outsider help for Coumadin. Also has a vested interest in seeing the Magicant in the hands of Good, if her free counsel to Julie is any clue.
  • Talking in Your Dreams: as the Palm Tree Ghost.
  • Alien Sky: Her home plane of Zebro has a bright orange sky.

     Nehhilio/Nehhilia 
The Sun/Moon that shines above Manjulias. Transforms into the other at Dusk/Dawn, respectively, with a giant explosion.

  • Narrator: Serves this role in establishing shots, which creeps Angelica out to no end.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Nehhilio explodes in order to turn into the moon. This explosion is so large, incidentally, that a reasonably high-INT character can mistake the orange sky of Zebro for it.
  • Art Shift: is played by two photos of humans, a man and a woman, respectively.
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    Joyelle the Erinyes 
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Joyelle the Erinyes

"I would smile, but I lack the facial muscles required to do so."

Joyelle is an enigmatic Devil, known as a "Force of Joyless Toil". She was introduced as a monster for Julie and her friends to fight before arriving in the city of Autumnson. She originally had the mission of destroying Jordie, a Cleric destined to meet up with Julie.

  • Black Magic: Joyelle can use the magic spell "Unholy Blight" whenever she wants. The spell is specifically designed to kill and sicken creatures with good hearts.
  • The Comically Serious: Joyelle's so utterly serious that the font she uses in her speech bubbles is different than normal.
  • Dark Action Girl
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette:
  • Evil Is Sexy: In-universe example. Rocky commented that "it was actually kinda hot, in an evil librarian sort of way."
  • Flight
  • Foil: The serious, unfunny half of the dynamic Joyelle and Zeggriz share.
  • Genre Blind: Led to her downfall.
  • The Heartless: Joyelle has been described by Julie as "an evil incarnation of joyless toil."
  • Honor Before Reason: Joyelle gives Julie's group a chance to rest before fighting them, and when they do fight Joyelle fights fairly (for the most part).
  • "It" Is Dehumanizing: Most of Julie's group don't refer to the Erinyes as a female, but as a genderless monster.
  • Killed Off for Real: Along with Zeggriz.
  • Lawful Evilinvoked: In keeping with the source material this comic pays homage to in regards to Devils.
  • Our Demons Are Different: Though she's a Devil.
  • Outside-Context Problem: Aside from her being here to hunt down and destroy Jordie (and Julie as a plan B target), there is next to no information on why this devil is in the story.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Joyelle physically can't smile because the Erinyes lacks the facial muscles.
  • Speech Bubbles: Joyelle's are dark red with yellow text, symbolizing she's an evil outsider.
  • Spock Speak: Never uses contractions when speaking, and even uses a less comic-y font in her speech balloons.
  • Villain Teleportation: Can use this at will, but oddly enough did not use this to her advantage when battling Julie and her friends.
  • Winged Humanoid: Joyelle resembles some kind of fallen angel.

    Zeggriz the Imp 
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Zeggriz the Imp

"For Sarbek's Sake, this is so BORING! Go Back to talking about your feats, lack of enchanted weapons, and weaknesses."

Zeggriz is the snarky underling of Joyelle, spying and performing other errands.

    Calor the Frostdoom 

Calor the Frostdoom

Calor is an ice devil hired by Janice in the name of the Souballo Empire to capture Jordie.

  • An Ice Person: Duh. He uses his ice powers to block the door of the Justice Warriors cabin so they wouldn't get involved with his fight, and frost grows wherever he stands.
  • Body Horror: has diamond shaped holes in his limbs.
  • Knight of Cerebus: competent, serious, and has taken Jordie away from he party for the time being
  • Our Demons Are Different: Blue,has ice powers, and holes in his limbs.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Janice gleefully watches as he reaps the souls of children

    Yo-Lee the Succubus 

Yo-Lee the Succubus

Arriving in Manjulias due to a breach of an interplanar treaty, Yo-Lee immediately hooked up with Captain Jack's party...after disguising herself, of course.

  • Affably Evil: Despite being a Chaotic Evil demon, she's ultimately friendly and perfectly willing to help out the good guys. It helps that she'd rather be back on her home plane.
  • Chaotic Evil: invoked Barely qualifies as evil, in fact. Definitely has the chaotic part down, however.
  • The Gadfly: Gets a kick out of trolling whoever she's currently with.
  • Horny Devils: As per the usual with D&D succubi.
  • Noodle Incident: Apparently, a few decades ago Thomas Stratus encountered her and they proceeded to do "fun, freaky things". The mention of it is enough to make Thomas (now an old man) blush furiously.
  • Statuesque Stunner: As D&D succubi tend to be. When Thomas sees through her disguise we can see she's easily as tall as he is, and quite a bit taller than her Elven form.

    Spoiler Character 

Mortaridar

Mortaridar (he prefers to be called Morty) is a Demon Lord from the previous age, and is quite possibly the most powerful non-deity character in the comic. He was sealed in another dimension by King Tegretol's father, which was expected to last for centuries. At least, until he was unsealed early...

  • Deal with the Devil: It turns out he was the one who Maxo made a deal for a wish with. He abused this to escape by taking the form of a resurrected Candesco.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: King Tegretol's party throws all their strongest attacks at him once he reveals himself. All they manage to do is physically knock him down for a few seconds.
  • Outside-Context Problem: While the Deal with the Devil did reveal the existence of a demonic entity of some kind, it didn't reveal that he's a bigger threat than the entire Souballo Empire put together. And there's no clue what he's going to try to do now that he's unsealed...
  • Sealed Evil in a Can:
    • He was sealed in the Chaotic plane of BloddenGogga, which was supposed to hold him for centuries. Maxo inadvertently broke the seal early.
    • The elven castle basically turns itself into the new can, by putting up a dimensional lock on itself. Keep in mind that it already was trying to contain Angelo and Brian.
  • To the Pain: Right before killing Percy, Morty describes exactly how he's going to do it.
    "I'm going to crush you until your head pops off and then I'll paint the halls of this castle with your blood."
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