Characters in the 6 player game:
A Scandinavian clergyman whose accent makes it difficult to understand him some of the time – or is that just the slurring?
Since being thrown out of Camelot as a fraud, Mystic Margarita is making some headway in Comealot as a Sand witch (vendor that is!).
One of the more camp knights of the realm. He loves riding, using his lance, has his own stable boy and would rank highly in the king’s cavalry – if he had a horse that is.
The Queen’s bodyguard and confidante. Behold is that an umbrella I see before me?
One of the red torch district’s more refined ladies. Pussy has many feminine wiles but also claws and has been known to deal with unpayers extremely savagely.
Unfortunately this Scotsman has been stopped playing since his last ditty brought on the black plague.
Additional characters in the 8 player game:
Joan of Carp
Responsible for the upkeep of the castle Comealot’s moat, and keeper of goldfish – a bit of a coy one this.
A thwarted writer, his tragedies are tragic, his comedies laughable.
Additional characters in the 10 player game:
One of the serving wenches at the kings table, batteries not included.
The most up and cunning Lord at Castle Comealot. More cunning perhaps than a fox that has graduated from a school of cunning?
Additional characters in the 12 player game:
The Queen doesn’t usually associate with the masses, but as Nursey is away at the moment she’s making the most of things.
Lord Slackbladder’s dim witted and dishevelled servant.