The acrobatic, tired, withdrawn architect searching for a lost friend.
The healthy, lonely fence.
The striking priestess.
The awkward trader with a large fortune.
The unpopular pedlar escpaing the past.
The moralizing prostitute who suffers from a chronic disease.
The tireless, religious, heroic midwife.
The crippled politician.
The spendthrift, chaste farmer needing a friend.
The plain, disorganized, amiable priestess.
The theologian who belongs to a secret organization.
The acrobatic servant.
The unhealthy gambler.
The boastful architect from a small family.
The aged, violent, attractive acrobat.
The selfless ambassador.
The crippled teacher.
The graceful priest who is dependent on medication.
The moralistic hermit.
The hypocritical cleric.
The selfless musician with a dark past.
The priestess who suffers from a chronic disease.
The graceful, dissatisfied midwife.
The acrobatic, heroic businessperson.
The poised jailer.
The sickly, sadistic explorer.
The aged, ethical weapons master.
The hateful inventor.
The broken-hearted philanthropist.
The patronizing wanderer who hates animals.
The dexterous, pompous dancer.
The strong, illogical, obedient explorer.
The crippled, serious miner.
The rude prospector.
The striking, aloof hermit.
The enduring, mean-spirited, fearsome poet with a knack for trouble.
The wily boatman.
The tough priestess coping with mental illness.
The striking cleric.
The acrobatic, striking leader from nowhere.
The plain, optimistic, righteous murderer.
The spiritual, immature murderer who fears people think he/she is a fraud.
The crippled servant who is an outsider.
The poised student who is dependent on medication.
The strong, attractive singer.
The extraverted cleric.
The apathetic businessperson who is seeking meaning in life.
The awkward impostor.
The clueless architect.
The tireless, lonely bodyguard with a chemical dependency.
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