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  • Grammard Telerian

    Grammard Telerian is the uninheritable son of House Telerian of Corealta. Through his rough-and-tumble youth, he brought dishonor to his family through bar fights and diplomatic incidents. He is very fond of his personal space, and if he feels that it has …

  • Cirwyn Irongut

    Cirwyn Irongut loves to drink. Cirwyn Irongut loves to fight. Those are the two things that most know about him in Corealta. He is from the far country of Kork in Tellaria, and how he came to Corealta is a tale that few know. What is known is that he is a …

  • Jefferson Davion

    Jefferson was shortly a bartender for the defenders of Marovir. He provided the keg of grimshgurgle that killed Heir Fak. He is currently on his way back to Corealta, hoping to take ownership of The Orphium.

  • Drake Skullcrusher

    Drake Skullcrusher traveled to Corealta to flee the growing strength of the blackscale lizardfolk in the Marais Bayou. He became a sellsword. He has strong friendships with Dukanji Stardagger, Grammard Telerian, and Trousta. He was part of the expedition …

  • Serjie "Cencerro" d'Halion

    Serjie d'Halion was born as the heir of Lord Sabelin d'Halion of Corealta. He grew into a rebellious and troublesome child, not caring for the arts of smithing or courtship. He ran away when he was nine years old, calling himself "Serjie the Night Blade" …

  • Sabelin d'Halion

    Lord Sabelin d'Halion began as a simple blacksmith in Lorrow. Using tricks he learned from the gold dwarves of Gimrak, he became renowned among the frontiersmen and sellswords, and his monetary mind took him to great heights, eventually becoming a noble …

  • Josef Bantoh

    Lord Josef Bantoh was the Lord of Istabarakk for twelve years. In that time, he spent most of Port Istab's money in the vain pursuit of hunting down the brigands and freeriders of the desert island. He finally caught his arch-nemesis, the brigand Ghalib …

  • Ghalib Layth

    Ghalib Layth spent most of his life in the harsh deserts of Istabarakk, raiding small settlements for water to sell at extorted prices. Though his efforts kept other indigenous peoples like the hobgoblins at bay, he preyed on the men of Port Istab as well …

  • Jorge DeLaFuego

    Jorge DeLaFuego was once the advisor of foreign affairs to Lord Corin Correre of Corealta. But when Lord Corin passed and his son Vican took the seat of Lord, he deposed Lord Jorge after a failed negotiation with Istabarakk. Jorge retained his political …

  • Anton Rerouille

    Lord Rerouille is lord of one of the smallest but nicest islands off of Enagia. He is a soft-hearted man with a penchant for good wine and laughter. Thus, he fell quickly to the forces of Ghalib Layth and Lord Josef Bantoh when Istabarakk struck out for …

  • Edmee

    Edmee grew up in Corealta, learning the art of voodoo from travelers through the swamp country. In time, her magic outgrew theirs and she went into the Westenmire to seek out the hag coveys and learn from them. They taught her the spells that she craved, …

  • Martin Gramean

    Being a descendant of the Bahnerian hero Corlath has given House Gramean much pull in debates over the past centuries. They have never stopped being one of the most prominent families in Enagia, both monetarily and militarily. Lord Martin is head of …

  • Gordo Euchist

    Baron Euchist is the wealthiest landholder in Lorrow. He was in Marovir debating taxes when the forces of Heir Fak attacked the city. Now he hides inside the city walls like the rest of the civilians.

  • Carelon

    Came to [[Marovir | Marovir]] with [[:alex-tink-tink | Alex "Tink-Tink"]] as a healer. Supported Marovir during the siege by [[:heir-fak | Heir Fak]]. Has a strong friendship with Tink. Currently on the road to the Gweriel Mountains for reinforcements for …

  • Alex "Tink-Tink"

    Came to Marovir as one of the martial half of a relief party. He and [[:carelon | Carelon]] are the only survivors of that effort. They were present at the death of [[:heir-fak | Heir Fak]]. Tink-Tink was killed when Marovir fell.