The agile spy.
The unhealthy, striking theologian.
The ambitious, immoral inventor.
The nurturing rogue.
The boastful pharmacist.
The bitter, altruistic official who fears the future.
The misguided, ignored trader with an unexpected destiny.
The healthy hero coping with mental illness.
The playful hermit who hopes to be the best in his/her profession.
The ugly musician on the wrong side of the law.
The weak, funny dancer.
The strong priest with uncanny abilities.
The eccentric, pompous sailor with a rival in his/her profession.
The weak, unheroic pharmacist.
The craven, whiny official who is dependent on medication.
The dispirited, eccentric assassin who is cursed with bad luck.
The cowardly actor who is an outsider.
The composed pretender looking for a challenge.
The striking, bloodthirsty hunter who has an odd way of speaking.
The boastful, attractive mentor.
The weak, distant prospector.
The poised, friendly pedlar with a heart of gold.
The priest with a rival in his/her profession.
The wise midwife who lost meaning in life.
The enduring, worried, vicious bandit who is a complete fraud.
The agile, bullying prostitute with unexpected depths.
The acrobatic, brutal pedlar.
The aged, social official.
The enduring marine.
The poised, boastful teacher.
The distant official who seems insane.
The athletic, odd bodyguard.
The crippled, boastful businessperson with a chemical dependency.
The burnt-out, odd spy.
The weak poet.
The weak-willed leader.
The moralizing trader with a dark past.
The striking, boring, outgoing boatman who had a near-death experience that changed them significantly.
The broken-hearted murderer.
The broken-hearted prostitute.
The unathletic acrobat.
The mystical, altruistic laborer from a big family.
The disillusioned, playful fence.
The healthy acrobat who is considered the best in his/her profession.
The plain midwife.
The unathletic, irrational official.
The striking, contemplative, cruel actor.
The misunderstood, extraverted gigolo who fears the future.
The plain, introverted merchant.
The agile teacher.
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