The apathetic impostor.
The tough soldier.
The plain servant.
The awkward, noisy, brave rascal who has several nervous habits.
The serene, homely explorer.
The charismatic archivist looking for love.
The naive, broken-hearted explorer with a heart of gold.
The narrow-minded, patronizing cleric who lost meaning in life.
The smuggler who fears the future.
The athletic, illogical mercenary.
The mean-spirited bartender searching for truth.
The graceful, cute bandit.
The unathletic traveler.
The traitor with a knack for trouble.
The cruel actor.
The unathletic, obsessive, playful farmer who fears people think he/she is a fraud.
The tolerant thief.
The poised, tactless, gentle sailor.
The tired, popular comic.
The awkward priestess.
The healthy, immature midwife.
The outlaw from a small family.
The illogical, amiable fence.
The plain, pious, bloodthirsty archivist who loves children.
The boastful assistant with a heart of gold.
The agile, patronizing laborer searching for purpose.
The dexterous weapons master.
The anxious, patriotic champion with a rival in his/her profession.
The conceited bounty hunter who can't resist a fight.
The nimble businessperson.
The puerile, bigoted acrobat.
The corrupt, bigoted cleric.
The strong assassin with unexpected depths.
The silly rascal.
The pharmacist who seems insane.
The trader haunted by flashbacks.
The awkward priest.
The anxious bandit with a chemical dependency.
The enduring, sadistic comic who is more than meets the eye.
The dexterous bartender living on borrowed time.
The tireless poet.
The dexterous, brave philanthropist.
The graceful, sadistic, whiny bounty hunter from nowhere.
The agile heroine.
The explorer searching for justice.
The awkward, alienated, lonely philosopher.
The crippled martial artist with a chemical dependency.
The strong, hateful pedlar.
The athletic champion.
The impostor who lost meaning in life.
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