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  • Noleski Surtova

    King Noleski Surtova is the current monarch of Brevoy, although some of his subjects (particularly those in House Orlovsky) dispute his claim and instead still refer to him as "Lord Regent." When the former King Urzen Rogarvia and all of his known …

  • Kressle

    Kressle was the cruel and vicious young woman leading the bandits at Thorn River Camp. She ran afoul of a couple of the Stag Lord's men a while ago and they decided they would have some fun with her until she sliced off their hands and fingers with her …

  • Tartuk

    Tartuk was a malicious and hateful kobold summoner who came to the Sootscale tribe a year ago from the east and managed to trick them into worshiping "Old Sharptooth" (really his eidolon) through a combination of lies, magic, and weekly sacrifices of "bad …

  • Davik Nettles

    Davik Nettle was a retired Brevic engineer who ran a simple but profitable toll bridge across a narrow reach of the Shrike River. As this crossing was the only significant one to be had over the Shrike in the Kamelands, Davik made a fair amount of money …

  • The Stag Lord

    In the end, the Stag Lord turned out to be only mortal despite his fearsome visage and storied reputation. A bitter and violent drunk, he despised everything and everyone, including himself, whom he perceived as a hideous monster. The flesh of his entire …

  • Auchs

    A lumbering lummox of a man, Auchs was simpleminded in everything but cruelty. He loved the sound of sobbing and screaming, and gleefully crushed and pummeled bandits and prisoners alike according to the commands of his fellow lieutenant Dovan or the Stag …

  • Dovan

    Until Akiros usurped the role, Dovan was comfortably the second-in-command of the bandit fort. Secretly pleased with the Stag Lord's alcoholism, Dovan had been actively encouraging the man to drink, for as long as the Stag Lord was in his cups, the more …

  • Lymon Medvyed

    A wealthy scion of House Medvyed, Lymon's rapid ascendancy through the family ranks in recent years has been nothing short of dramatic. He is the oldest son (and heir) of the late Armistan Medvyed and seems determined to mold his House into an economic …

  • Nugrah the Decrepit

    This frail, malformed old man lurked in the darkness of Tuskwater's Keep basement, apparently serving as a guardian for the bandits' loot. He was also responsible for tending to any wounds suffered by the Stag Lord's men but his cold, moist touch was so …

  • Elga Verniex

    The Old Beldame is human, although the dryad spirit she harbors has given her skin a greenish cast and lengthened her lifespan far beyond its natural course. Crotchety and ill-tempered, she discourages all visitors and has little patience for fools or …

  • Malfeshnekor

    A vicious fiend that could take the guise of a wolf or goblin, Malfeshnekor took over the Briarclaw tribe and sought to expand the tribe's territory in the Narlmarshes. In his natural form, he appeared as a hideous monstrosity with the body of a wolf, a …

  • The Lonely Warrior

    The Lonely Warrior was an ancient Iobarian barbarian king who settled in the Greenbelt over a thousand years ago, and whose name and kingdom has been lost to the mists of time. From the mosaics decorating the walls of his tomb, it appeared he fought a war …

  • Ailmon

    A nasty piece of work, Ailmon was as black-hearted and rapacious as they come. He and his gang, the Corpse Howlers, were just small fish in the big pond of Mivon's underworld until they received the backing of a mysterious and benefactor from somewhere …

  • Lissia of the Seven Scourges

    A pale lady with black hair and ruby lips, Lady Lissia dripped with sensuality though her heart was as cold as ice. A true fanatic in the church of Urgathoa, she served the Pallid Princess with an intense fervor that seemed somewhat at odds with her aloof …

  • Hargulka Fire-Eater

    Surprisingly intelligent and well-spoken, Hargulka declared himself the "King of Monsters" and apparently attempted to start his own kingdom in direct opposition to the human settlers that Restov had sent down to colonize the Green Belt. Cunning and cruel …

  • The Dancing Lady

    Appearing as an alluring, graceful elven woman with alabaster skin, golden hair, and emerald eyes, the Dancing Lady wears a flowing white gown of archaic elven style, tied at the waist with a blood-red scarf. Although both the quickling and the …

  • Cassioche

    Like many of Maegar Varn's companions, Cassioche is not from Brevoy. He hails from the distant land of Osirion, and spent a good deal of his life traveling before he met Baron Varn. An irrepressibly cheerful and optimistic man, Cassioche has handled the …

  • Chief Graalsk

    Great Chief Graalsk was a pompous blowhard with delusions of grandeur. He always referred to himself in the third person and generally seemed mad as hatter but was actually quite clever and cunning. Much of his public persona was an act designed to trick …

  • Talonquake

    Talonquake is a very very large, very very pissed off owlbear. No one quite knows where he comes from or how he came into being. He's been part of the Green Belt for thousands of years (as evidenced by a mosaic of him in the Lonely Warrior's barrow …

  • Malgorzata Niska

    Malgorzata the hag was posing as goodwife Niska, a trusted midwife in Pilgrim's Shore. Slowly, over the course of a year, she recruited a small circle of bitter and spiteful women who felt as if they had been wronged or betrayed by their loved ones or the …

  • Kerezar

    Many centuries ago, Kerezar was set to watch over the Vordakai's Needle, to guard against the sleeping evil within. For a time, he fulfilled his duties diligently and faithfully but the isolation of his task and his close proximity to Vordakai's influence …

  • Vordakai

    Although his name has long been lost to history, Vordakai was once a notorious tyrant and necromancer in ancient cyclops empire of Koloran. That realm did not survive the uprising and turmoil that followed Earthfall during the Age of Darkness but he did, …

  • Markard

    Markard was once part of the Corpse Howlers gang in Mivon but was forced to flee the city after getting into an ideological disagreement with Ailmon. He then fell into the employ of the Stag Lord, but the party spared his life on the condition that he …