A guard captain of Brindol, Kartenix is a bluff, hearty, good-natured man with a fierce russet beard, a booming laugh, and a willingness to share a drink with anyone over a tall tale or three. He often takes night watch and has developed a jocular …
Iorminas originally hails from Westdeep, but considers himself a citizen of all of Elsir Vale. Rejecting the simple minded bigotry displayed by too many of his kin, Irominas has spent most of his life visiting different areas of the Vale, and rarely …
An insecure, petty, and restless man, Edgar craves notoriety and the public accolades which he feels are his natural birthright. He is the second son of the Sommerfield family, a minor noble family whose poverty forced Edgar into the world to make a name …
Devon St. Clair
Handsome and debonair, Devon is the lord of Wexford Hall by marriage. He is at least twenty years younger than his late wife Calliope.
*Chapter 4 Update*: The heroes slay Devon after exposing him as the murderer of his wife and also a worshiper of …
Calliope St. Clair
A widow until her recent marriage to Devon St. Clair, Calliope St. Clair, though no longer in her first youth, has retained both her beauty and her intelligence.
*Chapter 4 Update*: The heroes are tasked with investigating Calliope's murder, and …
Bob McGinty is the stable master of Wexford Hall, a man of few words, but underrated intelligence.
*Chapter 4 Update*: You uncovered Bob MgGinty as a devil and henchman of Devon St. Clair. It was Bob who murdered John Garnett.
John Garnett, warden of Brindol City Jail, is a silent, cold-eyed man, with a strange predilection for wearing black gloves at all times. Unexpectedly murdered by Bob McGinty, Garnett was actually "Headmaster" Jakob Gant, the old principal of Hopeful …