The mysterious pharmacist.
The agile, smart, gentle trader.
The dexterous, bitter rogue.
The agile, realistic architect.
The persuasive cleric needing a friend.
The strong, patriotic, greedy traitor.
The persuasive, unjust cleric with a heart of gold.
The moralistic fence.
The poet who is more than meets the eye.
The tactless boatman.
The innocent spy.
The athletic pretender with a lot of friends.
The clinging bounty hunter with a lot of friends.
The hateful thief.
The dexterous, stupid martial artist.
The pious official.
The plain, vicious, introverted ambassador who is seeking meaning in life.
The rude marine.
The indecisive, tactless heir who is considered the best in his/her profession.
The unhealthy, tactful theologian.
The aged, nice, immoral bandit.
The strong, greedy merchant.
The awkward, paranoid priest who is given to moments of deep introspection.
The aged, nurturing priestess.
The enduring pretender.
The crippled assassin on the wrong side of the law.
The awkward, ruthless, clinging jailer.
The acrobatic, conceited, unheroic mentor searching for a family member.
The peaceful wanderer.
The assassin from a good family.
The unhealthy soldier.
The servant on the run from the law.
The hypocritical bartender who fears the future.
The patriotic, ugly impostor with big dreams.
The weak gigolo.
The clueless, posturing architect.
The persuasive martial artist who is considered the best in his/her profession.
The ignored cleric with unexpected depths.
The awkward, arrogant adventurer.
The graceful gigolo who is a complete fraud.
The shiftless architect on the wrong side of the law.
The athletic, extraverted hermit.
The altruistic trader who hates animals.
The nimble, joyful, smooth musician who had a near-death experience that changed them significantly.
The short-tempered outlaw.
The unathletic, sarcastic traveler who hates animals.
The agile, unwise rabble-rouser.
The young, broken-hearted marine from an unusual family line.
The strong, shifty philosopher.
The enduring, clinging champion.
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