(Listed alphabetically by first name)

Bargo Vinson

The leader of the Black Circle, Bargo Vinson is thoroughly corrupted by greed and a thirst for power. Bargo is an imposing fighter who is supremely confident in his abilities. He comes across as quietly cocky, and often will taunt and ridicule his opponents in battle. Bargo is quick to anger, and does not hesitate to place blame if he feels someone has let him down. Bargo is constantly plotting new ways to gain wealth and power.



A barbarian from the frozen Wildlands of the north, Bungo has permanently left his homeland for the more civilized lands to the south. Bungo is fairly well known throughout the lands to the south, and those who meet him are not quick to forget him. Bungo stands over seven feet tall, has wild unkempt hair and beard, and is clad in animal hides instead of more protective armor. Bungo has a good heart, and has often been recruited by the forces of good for important tasks.


Carilena Marticella

Queen Carilena Marticella, queen of Gartho, is the realistic counter to her husband, King William Marticella (see his entry, below, for more information). She realizes that a person cannot please everyone, and she is sometimes able to influence those decisions of her husband that he makes only to please the masses. She too is kindhearted, but she has a better political head on her shoulders. Carilena is cool and confident, and often cocky. While a smooth talker can sometimes manipulate her husband, Carilena sees through this.



This evil sorceress is firmly ensconced in power in the barren desert and mountain lands of Areot. Not much is known of her, except that she has legions of orcs in her service. On rare occasions, she becomes involved in events in Naeldor, propagating some evil plot. Between these appearances, she is nestled away securely in her fortified tower, plotting her next scheme.


Delbo Daoshin

Delbo, a lawful good elven fighter-wizard, is one of the two cofounders of the Council of Twelve, along with Venture Altone. Delbo is not your typical elf. He has a short temper, and is often impatient and excitable. Despite these qualities, or perhaps because of them, Delbo has had a direct hand in shaping the history of Naeldor. Delbo is a descendent of the elf who defeated the evil deity Karom in the year 0, and it was Delbo who wielded his ancestor's sword Sentinel and wore another item, Elvhelm, and defeated Karom in 1003 AW, thus destroying his essence and permanently destroying the evil power. Delbo now alternates his time between quiet research at Castle Amicus, and adventuring in the Land. Like the wizard Supris, Delbo will often work invisibly behind the scenes, guiding a young group of adventurers on a quest to further good causes.


Garth Thompson

Garth is the quiet, charismatic captain of the Sea Gem II, Although by no means evil, it is fairly well known that Garth smuggles in unrefined gems from the island chains to the south, evading government taxation. This has made him somewhat of a folk hero in Spectaro. His parents own and operate the Green Leprechaun Inn.


Gedoron Supris

A powerful wizard, Supris is a member of the Council of Twelve. It is difficult for even his friends on the Council to assess Supris' personality, as he is a very guarded individual. He speaks infrequently, but when he does, those around him listen. Supris does not adventure as much as he once did, instead preferring to quietly conduct his research and experiments in Castle Amicus, or in his tower outside of Ransar. He does get involved in the events of the Land, usually assisting good causes by providing guidance and indirect assistance to less experienced adventuring parties. Often, he does so without revealing his identity.


Sir Forn La' Efric

Forn is the mayor of Spectaro, and has been for some time. Although it is common knowledge that he despises the King, who greatly overshadows him, Forn somehow manages to be reelected every three (3) years. Forn once even managed to be reelected after he sided with Karom in the Second Great War. He managed this after it was proven (to many of the people, at least) that he was charmed magically into serving the forces of evil. Part of Forn's success can be attributed to the wonders he has worked with Spectaro's economy. Since first taking office in 988, Spectaro has been transformed from a dreary seaside community to a booming sea port, a major hub on the southern coast. Forn is known to be a stubborn man, and is very cunning. It is his ingenious, plotting mind that has enabled him to be successful with his economic reforms.



An old elven sage based in Spectaro, Temen has been in Spectaro for generations, and rarely leaves his home anymore. His servant, Exrack Mickalander (a rather effeminate man), runs all of Temen's errands for him. Temen's knowledge is extensive and covers many areas, so many individuals come to him for information and advice. This counsel does not come without a price, as Temen will often require some item to be obtained or action to be performed in exchange for the information sought. Usually, this involves obtaining some item that Temen needs for his never-ending research.


The Avengress

Although seen in other parts of Naeldor, the Avengress is seen most often in Spectaro. Some claim that she is a holy warrior of Trianda, goddess of justice and champion of the weak and oppressed. Some go so far as to say that she is the avatar of the goddess herself. She is somewhat of a mysterious figure about whom little is known. She first made her appearance in Spectaro about three and one-half years ago, and has been vigilant against the forces of evil in Spectaro and Naeldor ever since. She is known for her combat style, as she does not use weapons, but instead prefers hand-to-hand combat. Those who meet her do not soon forget her, talking of her breathtaking beauty.



It is generally accepted that Tyric is the most powerful spellcaster in Naeldor. Although human, Tyric is over 400 years old. Sages claim that Tyric obtained his powers from Trianda or some other good deity of Naeldor, but that the evil god Dal interfered, placing a curse on Tyric so that he could not become directly involved in the affairs of the Land. It is true that Tyric does not get directly involved in events in Naeldor, instead guiding others from behind the scenes, but it is not known whether this is by choice or because of a curse. The Council of Twelve is known to consult with Tyric from time to time concerning matters of great importance. Tyric is almost never seen in Naeldor, and legend has it that he resides in a castle that floats in the clouds.


Venture Altone

Along with his best friend, Delbo Daoshin, Venture was one of the founders of the Council of Twelve, a group of famous adventurers who are now the rulers of Amicus. Venture appears as a clean cut, muscular man, and his feats of strength are legendary across the Land. Venture is a perfectionist, and demands the same of those around him. He appears self-confident as well, and these attributes have enabled Venture and Delbo to continue as the unofficial leaders of the Council. Venture is also extremely serious, almost never showing a joking side or sense of humor. His friends on the council, especially the two halfling members, often tease him for this reason. As with all members of the Council, Venture can be found across the Land, involving himself in just causes and thwarting evil plans. More often, however, he remains at Amicus overseeing the Council's efforts, building the fledgling nation, and becoming involved in only the most important quests.


William Marticella

William is King of Gartho, and resides with his wife, Queen Carilena Marticella, in the sprawling seaside city of Spectaro. William and Carilena received their positions five years ago after the former king, Edward IV, was killed by the assassins guild. As Edward IV had no heirs, the city was in chaos with many factions jockeying for position. William and Carilena, at the time popular adventurers, foiled an attempt by the assassins guild to place a puppet of theirs in power. William and Carilena then held a special election in which they were overwhelmingly chosen by the people of Gartho to be the new king and queen, hence bringing new blood to the crown. William and Carilena are popular with the people, but have a very tenuous hold over Gartho, as they were not the choice of the military commanders. As a result, Spectaro remains a wild and often dangerous town, with powerful thieves and assassins guilds, and a thriving underground slave trade.

As Edward IV, William's predecessor, was a popular leader, King William is very conscientious about his image and pleasing the people. Because of this, he is fair and just, and will often override the advice of his advisors in order to remain popular. At times government policy suffers because of this eagerness to please the uneducated masses. Especially hurt is Gartho's foreign policy, as the people are uneducated as to what the best course of action is and often want only what is best for them. William bows to their wants. Aside from his willingness to bow to the wants of the people, William is a strong-willed man. He is easy to talk to and carries himself well in conversation. He appears to be completely confident in his abilities, notwithstanding his desire to please the masses.

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