The opinionated philanthropist who is prone to odd statements.
The athletic, paranoid, promiscuous acrobat who fears people think he/she is a fraud.
The unethical laborer.
The unpopular adventurer with big dreams.
The inhibited dancer with unusual luck.
The tough philanthropist.
The young, charismatic murderer.
The clumsy, extraverted rascal who is prone to odd statements.
The graceful mercenary haunted by dark memories.
The compassionate adventurer with a knack for trouble.
The elegant, corrupt bartender who is given to moments of deep introspection.
The peace-loving smuggler.
The plain, bloodthirsty miner.
The young beggar who suffers from a chronic disease.
The clinging, heroic comic with a large fortune.
The heroic, tactful bartender who can't resist a fight.
The clumsy midwife.
The nimble, persuasive bartender.
The strong, disillusioned smuggler.
The burnt-out gambler who suffers from a chronic medical condition.
The young, posturing trader with big dreams.
The awkward, immoral assistant from a bad family.
The unconfident beggar.
The tireless, naive, immature assassin.
The strong, manipulative cleric.
The pretender from an unusual family line.
The aged bartender.
The clever merchant.
The hypocritical lawman who loves animals.
The composed, brave priestess who is dependent on medication.
The generous politician.
The nice assistant.
The strong, obedient marine.
The prostitute who can't resist a fight.
The cooperative archivist.
The contemplative, unpopular ambassador.
The gentle archivist on the wrong side of the law.
The strong, driven, attractive assassin.
The healthy, intelligent priest.
The sickly hermit.
The priestess with a dark past.
The corrupt beggar coping with mental illness.
The poised, frustrated pedlar.
The poised, bullying politician who is considered the best in his/her profession.
The unathletic, fear-ridden, philandering bounty hunter.
The plain bartender.
The weak, immature adventurer.
The weak smuggler.
The open-minded merchant.
The graceful, manipulative, popular politician.
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