The graceful thief who belongs to a secret organization.
The enduring, hypocritical spy.
The sickly gigolo searching for purpose.
The self-righteous farmer.
The educated student.
The tired, selfless bartender with unusual luck.
The enduring, distant marine living on borrowed time.
The aged, innocent, kind pharmacist with a lot of friends.
The open-minded, boastful pharmacist.
The fear-ridden poet coping with mental illness.
The loudmouthed, clinging thief with unexpected depths.
The young laborer.
The gigolo from a bad family.
The weak, aloof weapons master with a heart of gold.
The clumsy, ignored outlaw.
The acrobatic, cooperative, whiny servant.
The righteous explorer.
The whiny murderer.
The open-minded assistant haunted by flashbacks.
The young, moral musician looking for love.
The tireless hero.
The clumsy, greedy comic.
The enduring, sadistic assassin.
The dexterous, realistic, whiny sailor.
The acrobatic, patronizing prostitute who is considered the best in his/her profession.
The unhealthy, eccentric theologian.
The poised, tolerant hunter.
The serious gigolo with little money.
The cleric who loves children.
The enduring, aloof gigolo needing a friend.
The violent murderer.
The uncreative, vicious marine who is seeking meaning in life.
The plain, attractive outlaw who loves animals.
The awkward, intimidating trader who had a near-death experience that changed them significantly.
The enduring, social midwife.
The corrupt, rude philosopher from a good family.
The singer who belongs to a secret organization.
The poised pedlar searching for truth.
The healthy architect who lost meaning in life.
The nimble weapons master.
The politician from a small family.
The tough, social poet.
The acrobatic, dispirited, unfriendly philanthropist.
The stressed hermit who can't resist a fight.
The weak, apathetic, sleazy trader who seems insane.
The negative, domineering bartender.
The clumsy, sadistic sailor with a dark past.
The serene, paranoid farmer.
The moral wanderer with a rival in his/her profession.
The sickly, wily priest.
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