The unremarkable, clinging assistant.
The tough, alienated singer searching for employment.
The tough, antisocial traveler.
The religious pharmacist.
The private lawman.
The aged musician.
The clumsy, sleazy student.
The hermit who is an outsider.
The sickly, private marine.
The aged, bitter priest.
The prostitute who is estranged from family members.
The calm hermit.
The noisy laborer.
The acrobatic, awkward midwife.
The clever, cooperative thief on the run from the law.
The unathletic, mean-spirited comic.
The crippled, bloodthirsty impostor who is an outsider.
The mystical, awkward hermit.
The opinionated traitor.
The committed poet.
The dissatisfied rascal needing a friend.
The athletic bartender.
The dexterous, immoral explorer from a good family.
The plain, hateful priestess with repressed memories.
The cooperative student.
The nervous lawman.
The lonely mentor with little money.
The happy, smooth comic looking for a challenge.
The enduring murderer.
The athletic, rebellious, aloof hunter from a big family.
The dispirited lawman with a lot of friends.
The vicious lawman.
The drunken, broken-hearted acrobat.
The poised midwife.
The tireless, clueless, smooth merchant with a large fortune.
The unathletic, brave heroine.
The frustrated, rude boatman with big dreams.
The awkward, serene, sarcastic priest.
The aged, awestruck, selfless miner who hopes to be the best in his/her profession.
The outgoing architect who is an outsider.
The crippled, fearsome official.
The businessperson searching for justice.
The graceful philanthropist who has an odd way of speaking.
The nimble, smooth beggar.
The clumsy, pragmatic jailer.
The miserly wanderer with unusual luck.
The sickly, calm priest.
The patronizing bartender.
The sleazy poet.
The agile, manipulative heroine searching for purpose.
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