The jailer with an odd birthmark.
The healthy trader.
The moralistic, intimidating servant.
The poised, studious midwife.
The unjust mentor who is estranged from family members.
The nimble, miserly outlaw.
The young, immoral weapons master trapped by the past.
The crippled miner.
The neurotic, boring sailor with repressed memories.
The awkward, altruistic, attractive inventor.
The loudmouthed, vicious priest needing a friend.
The beggar on the wrong side of the law.
The peaceful gambler with an unexpected destiny.
The chaste marine with a large fortune.
The striking businessperson who belongs to a secret organization.
The manipulative sailor.
The hunter looking for a challenge.
The crippled, persuasive gambler who had a near-death experience that changed them significantly.
The gentle prostitute.
The enduring, mean-spirited traitor.
The odd, righteous martial artist.
The hysterical bartender.
The enduring dancer on the run from the law.
The nimble, incoherent, immoral theologian.
The worried, vocal traveler on the wrong side of the law.
The vicious weapons master.
The striking laborer.
The striking bodyguard.
The extraverted rogue who loves animals.
The impostor from a big family.
The athletic, confident heir.
The heroic, biased ambassador from a bad family.
The attractive beggar with uncanny abilities.
The generous gambler.
The athletic gigolo.
The committed, promiscuous pedlar from nowhere.
The agile, alienated murderer.
The bigoted politician from nowhere.
The enduring, aloof poet who is more than meets the eye.
The humble assistant haunted by dark memories.
The charismatic boatman.
The hunter who loves children.
The acrobatic, slothful, outgoing mercenary.
The healthy miner.
The weak, brave prostitute.
The plain, hateful inventor who belongs to a secret organization.
The sickly actor who has several nervous habits.
The broken-hearted, domineering martial artist who is given to moments of deep introspection.
The teacher who loves animals.
The weak, grim, open-minded explorer who is an outsider.
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