Crown Prince Brahmlet Turlain, first son of August Turlain, Heir to the throne of Rudo. He is tall and regal with jet black hair, bronzed skin, and brown eyes.
He holds his authority and likes to push people around. When not studying statecraft and …
Tall, black-hair and dark eyes. Pudgy but not obese. He is always nibbling on nuts like pecans, walnuts and the like.
Metla is a high noble of Rudo, on the kings council. He owns shares in many small industrial businesses including Smiths (weapons, armor …
Baroness Fedo is a widow who was forced into taking over the mercantile business when her husband disappeared. Her grief was sincere but she put it aside in order to provide for her daughters and the family investments.
Fedo has purchased rights for …
Marie is the only heir to House Calisan. She keeps the family household and maintains the private library.
Marie was coerced into marrying Baron Arthur Kalzak, a portly fellow who was considered a good match for the aging house.
The shapeshifting …
Brown short hair and a sharply cut goatee, Sir Arthur Kalzak prefers to ride through town to see to his affairs, which are few but far between. His personal guard seems overly vigilant for a merchant noble.
Arthur, seeing that the noble house that he is …
Edward Calisan had a great vision to restore the family to greatness by allying with a seaside city and bringing them into the Allied Kingdom of Rudo. He took the majority of Calisan's assets and ventured by sea to the isolated port city of Nagisa. He …
The high chancelor of magic only recently received his post in the last two years. He won a crafting competition in the kings games by summoning a beast and turning it to stone with his arcane arts. He was charmed by the king and has been taking on more …
Jurai Turlain, second heir to the throne, is torn between being ready to assume the throne if need be and afraid of being someone's pawn. He is fair skinned, blue eyed, and apparently injures easily. He often if found with inexplicable bruising and cuts. …
Nephew of Helena of Nagisa, the far-port city of the eastern shores. Windover claims a few drops of celestial blood by decent but manifests no potherworldly powers. He is a fine sailor and well-spoken man of the see. Captain of the "Wanderer."
Aemon Quint in a sharp featured nobleman who dresses in opulent reds and browns with gold and iron adornments. Baron Raynard Metla obtained the seat of internal reform and excellence …