Characters in the 6 player game:
Rennies Barabottom – The King’s brother
Stern and dressed quite simply for a nobleman. Rennies is shaved, clean-cut and subtly brandishes yellow, his house colour.
Majorin Quarrell – Highborn, heiress of a Great House.
A true seductress in green, Majorin knows how to reveal enough of herself to attract attention while maintaining her reputation is a ladylike noblewoman.
Erma Dulljoy – Naval Commander
A noblewoman, strong-willed and feminist, Erma puts little effort into her appearance. She is quite boyish and prefers comfortable clothes so long as they use a touch of blue, her house colour.
Denthereis Margarine – Daughter of the previous King
A medieval noblewoman, she is bipolar – both shy and aggressive. She dresses simply, not flamboyantly, but is very careful with her appearance and always wears something including red and black, her house colours.
Snobb Snark – Knight, firstborn of a Great House.
More honourable than honour itself, Snobb Snark will always fight injustice to the end. He is clean and dresses well, using white, his house colour.
Sir Veillance – Knight of the King’s Guard.
A medieval warrior, he is humble and servile. Sir Veillance always wears the trusted silver armour and white cloak that make up the uniform for members of the King’s Guard.
Additional characters in the 8 person game:
Lotta Spells – Priestess of the Lord of Fire and Light
A confident and prophetic woman, Lotta Spells is known as a lady in red because of her long red gown and red accessories.
Lord Whispers – Castle spymaster.
A sly and intelligent man Lord Whispers prefers long robes with hidden pockets. He has a weakness for jewellery and dirty little secrets.
Additional characters in the 10 person game:
Sir Prized – Member of the Black Watch.
A very shy and easily scared man, Sir Prized is draped completely in black to show his membership of the Black Watch.
Eyegrit – Barbarian woman
A rough-speaking barbarian Eyegrit never shies from saying what’s on her mind. She wears a mess of torn clothes.
Additional characters in the 12 person game:
Master Piessell – The old ‘Master’ of the castle
A true scholar in all medieval sciences with just a touch, a heavy touch that is, of madness and memory loss, Piessell garbs himself in robes and is bound to wear a long chain around his neck all the time.
Brine of Perth – Female knight
A warrior at heart and a socially awkward person, Brine of Perth is never without her armour and weapons and despises dresses and other womanly fashions as they never fit her very well.