The trader who is prone to odd statements.
The mercenary who is considered the worst in his/her profession.
The mean-spirited spy.
The healthy, promiscuous smuggler.
The dexterous assistant.
The alienated beggar.
The healthy, popular murderer from a big family.
The awkward, kind priest with no hope.
The disorganized, gentle fence with an odd birthmark.
The miner who fell in with the wrong crowd.
The cunning, boring adventurer.
The clever heroine with a false identity.
The strong pedlar from a big family.
The moralizing impostor who lost meaning in life.
The acrobatic, tired, clinging pedlar.
The apathetic bounty hunter.
The dexterous, rude spy with a heart of gold.
The dexterous, delusional assassin.
The aged, pompous businessperson who had a near-death experience that changed them significantly.
The odd marine searching for truth.
The graceful, greedy, charismatic official.
The unpredictable, mean-spirited miner with a false identity.
The unathletic, intelligent merchant.
The tough, logical, inhibited traveler.
The healthy, crazy politician.
The healthy, unjust architect who loves children.
The fence who seems insane.
The serious, mean-spirited gigolo who is more than meets the eye.
The neurotic spy.
The poised, serene gambler.
The agile, tough servant.
The dancer hiding a dark secret.
The enduring, heroic, moralistic champion.
The craven, tactless pharmacist who lost meaning in life.
The enduring, confident, patronizing rogue.
The unathletic, philandering politician who seems insane.
The neurotic cleric.
The aged, fearsome student with a false identity.
The crippled, weary, tolerant philanthropist.
The odd pretender.
The chaste rogue looking for a challenge.
The nimble, aggravated bartender.
The archivist hiding a dark secret.
The tireless, unfriendly traveler.
The graceful, bitter, biased hermit.
The serious spy haunted by dark memories.
The striking, optimistic, manipulative ambassador.
The striking assassin with a false identity.
The whiny actor.
The unathletic, naive, tactful heroine who is seeking meaning in life.
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