The unathletic, narrow-minded inventor.
The acrobatic mentor on the wrong side of the law.
The bartender with a dark past.
The tactless mentor.
The violent pretender.
The hateful priestess who suffers from a chronic disease.
The unathletic, sloppy priest.
The agile, nostalgic, vocal spy.
The unathletic, shifty, philandering bounty hunter who lost meaning in life.
The unathletic, sleazy impostor with a knack for trouble.
The secretive, cruel traveler from a big family.
The tough, pompous acrobat.
The unheroic actor searching for truth.
The introverted mercenary.
The calm, striking pharmacist who is an outsider.
The patriotic, eccentric jailer.
The clumsy, clinging archivist on the run from the law.
The clumsy, manipulative, vocal jailer.
The striking, promiscuous student.
The acrobatic, biased impostor.
The teacher who is cursed with bad luck.
The agile, kind rascal.
The aggravated champion from a big family.
The vocal pretender from nowhere.
The agile, broken-hearted, aloof fence who can't resist helping people.
The weak thief.
The plain, boring assistant.
The tolerant inventor.
The acrobatic traveler who is more than meets the eye.
The vicious architect.
The tough actor.
The young midwife.
The clumsy, selfless, extraverted lawman.
The educated, short-tempered weapons master.
The tough, stressed, brave archivist.
The awkward student coping with mental illness.
The awkward, posturing beggar on the run from the law.
The dexterous, heroic, kind heir.
The fearful priestess who fears people think he/she is a fraud.
The poised ambassador who is more than meets the eye.
The strong actor who is considered the worst in his/her profession.
The neurotic miner.
The awkward outlaw who can't resist a fight.
The tough, righteous wanderer.
The aged, sleazy architect with big dreams.
The lazy explorer.
The unhealthy, opportunistic marine.
The silly, self-righteous actor who suffers from a chronic medical condition.
The unathletic, enduring, unjust priestess.
The antisocial cleric who suffers from a chronic disease.
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