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Nitrine K. Grendeer
To Nitrine, the world is her oyster - or at least, her tasty slice of pie. Gifted from birth with brains and abilities far beyond those of her fellow goblins (which makes her roughly as smart as a human being), she left her underground home to find fame, fortune, and other things. She is something of an inventor, with most of her inventions eventually blowing up (often that's actually what they're designed for). She rarely hesitates to lie, steal, cheat, fast-talk, backstab, betray, browbeat, sabotage, seduce, swindle, waylay, ambush or hoodwink anyone to further her goals - which generally involve having a good time.

Appears in 468 pages

Zintiel Lutinàn
She's crazy.
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High elves are gracious, elegant, righteous and noble. Except Zintiel. Zintiel does whatever she feels like at any one time, which may range from saving kittens from a fire to robbing a bank and anything in between or beyond. She doesn't let herself be bound by rules, social conventions or laws of physics. She appears to act completely randomly at times, but she's more clever than she lets on.

Appears in 439 pages

Marelle D'Acqua
They say that if you never stop learning, you'll never really get old. If that is true, Marelle's probably still an infant. Avid for knowledge in all its forms, she's been studying at 'the university' for who knows how long. She's already an expert on a vast array of subjects, both useful and trivial, but is usually not particuarly gifted in their application. She tends to be calm and reserved, but will speak up in the defense of sanity when things get out of hand. Which they often do in this house. Despite the obvious shape of her ears, she insists she is not a catgirl.

Appears in 405 pages

Arlen Lutinàn
Zintiel's little brother is a laid-back, amicable young wizard. Well, he's still older than most of the non-elven cast. While no stranger to outlandish happenings, the girls' antics are a bit more than he's used to.

Appears in 168 pages

The neighbour
He lives across the hall, in the same building as the girls. Yep!

Appears in 94 pages

Morgana Honeydew
This halfling girl styles herself a great and powerful force of darkness. She is an insatiable consumer of all things new age and occult: crystals, candles, spellbooks, tarot cards, star charts, lava lamps. She goes as far as dyeing her hair black to look the part. Whether or not her witchery actually works is debatable.

Appears in 84 pages

She goes to the university, putting a machine-like dedication into her studies, barely ever even sleeping. Aside from that, she tends to take antisocial behavior to the point of generalized antagonism, so she doesn't have (or want) many friends.

Appears in 74 pages

Sister Mona Theist
A travelling nun who is a bit TOO enthusiastic sometimes. As a member of the Sisters of Holy Retribution, she is an active supporter of the zealous punishment of sinful acts. Which you wouldn't know just by looking at her sweet, starry-eyed, angelic mug.

Appears in 67 pages

Kurt Stein
He's a regular guy, as normal as they come. Works a regular job, works out regularly, watches regular TV. His one claim to oddity is sort of liking Nitrine.

Appears in 60 pages

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