The selfless laborer.
The plain, patronizing prostitute with unusual luck.
The sickly, intimidating businessperson who is estranged from family members.
The unpopular midwife with an odd birthmark.
The aged, aggravated soldier.
The acrobatic, patronizing servant.
The eccentric wanderer.
The strong, lonely, patronizing outlaw from an unusual family line.
The plucky, rude fence who belongs to a secret organization.
The peaceful, chaste prostitute trapped by the past.
The grim pedlar who is estranged from family members.
The kind, ugly outlaw who is more than meets the eye.
The poised, sloppy, paranoid official.
The paranoid fence.
The patriotic architect with a false identity.
The selfish assistant who is prone to odd statements.
The tireless, secretive rascal.
The scatterbrained official haunted by flashbacks.
The sickly, posturing beggar searching for truth.
The crippled politician.
The unhealthy, sleazy, domineering architect.
The enduring acrobat.
The acrobatic, sadistic, greedy heir with no hope.
The agile, militant, mean-spirited bodyguard.
The nostalgic, cruel merchant.
The sickly, lonely prospector.
The tough priestess needing a friend.
The poised, disillusioned actor.
The agile, cowardly fence.
The young, plucky businessperson.
The awkward, disloyal philanthropist with a large fortune.
The spy who has an odd way of speaking.
The depressed, cute businessperson.
The nice, unethical spy.
The dexterous pretender who is given to moments of deep introspection.
The strong, whiny pedlar.
The nimble, humble, sadistic teacher who is cursed with bad luck.
The healthy, principled musician.
The graceful, alienated farmer on the wrong side of the law.
The tough, patriotic heir who suffers from a chronic disease.
The plain bandit.
The sickly, happy, brave adventurer.
The scatterbrained, persuasive priestess.
The nimble rascal.
The weak, brutal weapons master.
The whiny pretender.
The watchful assistant who is cursed with bad luck.
The serious, brave hunter.
The plain murderer.
The aged comic on the run from the law.
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