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Arashi is played by a Zach.


Hailing from a distant planet, B-3113, or "Belle" is an android designed to be what is effectively a S.W.A.T. officer. She is trained to apprehend dangerous criminals with nonlethal unarmed combat techniques and offensive Life magic. She also has no clue how she got to Pia Suirenia, or where this place even is relative to her home.

To hear her tell it, she went in for scheduled maintenance, and woke up in a Valish laboratory. The scientists there had found her deactivated in the mountains and had been studying her, reactivating her by accident in the process. She allowed them to continue, in exchange for the opportunity to study at the university. This went on for some time, until she ran into Princess Anathe, there on political business. They got to talking, and Ana convinced Belle that she could do more good in Terrisea, and proceeded to foist this weird robot woman on Lao. Poor guy.

Belle is played by Ben.

Bjrakk "Jack" Eviynar

Just looking at him, it is difficult to tell much about Bjrakk besides how large and well-armored he is. He is typically covered from head to toe in the finest armor he can find or make, and he wields a tower shield and a mace. But when he removes his armor, one can see that he is in fact an Orc, and he has a large scar running down his face. He doesn’t talk much, but when asked about his scar or his motivations, he gives the following story:

“Long ago, I lived in a small village in Oltinheim. I was the greatest fighter in my village, and none could defeat me. Then one day a man came to our village, and he boasted that he would fight anyone who would challenge him. I accepted his challenge, and on the following day, we fought. I came to the fight wearing what scraps of armor I had and wielding my great battle-axe. He came wielding a simple sword, but he was covered from head to toe in steel and chain. I attacked him over and over, but I could never leave a scratch upon him. When I had grown tired from my assault, he laughed, and slashed at me with a single stroke. It caught me right in the face, and with that I fell. That is how I got this scar. That day, I realized that I was not the great warrior I once thought I was, and that a warrior is only as good as his tools. So I set out to find or forge the greatest armor and weapons that I can, so that I might one day challenge that great warrior who came to my village.”

He is a blacksmith who is willing to forge weapons for other guildmembers in Malyesta at a reduced rate. He is always in need of money to buy better tools and materials for his own equipment.

Bjrakk is played by Drew


Cimy is played by Mikey.

Derekon "Derek" Animal-Tongue

Derekon "Derek' Animal-Tongue is an orc shaman from the frigid lands of Oltenheim. While he has all of the physical characteristics of an orc (tall, well built, green), his appearance gives the impression of someone who is tired of living or just tired in general. His eyes seem to lack the light that many others at his young age would have and his demeanor gives the impression that he is utterly ambition-less. Indeed, if you were to ask him what he'd like to be doing, the answer you'd most liekyl get is the simple word "sleeping."

Atop his head is a wolf that likes to pretend to be just a simple wolf fur. He goes by the name of djofullin and is an oddity in terms of wolves as he has the capacity to channel energy as though he were an elementalist or kineticist. Derek will state various reasons why he does not like his travel companion and all of the ills that it has caused him yet they are inseparable. In fact rumor is that sometimes they literally fuse together. This is also when some members report to have seen a huge hulking beast patrolling the grounds.

Derek is played by Logan


Dorian is played by Joe.

Ephraim Buchanan

Ephraim Buchanan was born into a noble family of middling rank, which afforded him privileges and opportunities denied to most. Deemed “ill suited” to his families’ business, Ephraim was shipped off to boarding school at an early age. While there he discovered a passion that would never leave him, the desire to learn. While at school he spent much time reading absorbing knowledge on many different subjects with a particular interest in history, and the physical sciences. The untimely death of one of his siblings caused him to be called home, to “pick up the slack”. Shortly after his arrival he learned the nature of the business his family was involved in, slavery. Ephraim shocked at the scale of this operation knew it couldn’t be just his family involved. Not knowing who to turn to he played along and even pretended to be enthusiastic carefully learning and studying all the aspects of the trade. Gaining the confidence of his family enabled him to move freely and strike crippling blow. Using his knowledge of the operation and the skills he gained in the physical sciences he crafted bombs. He placed them in locations below anyone’s notice and waited. When the time came he made sure his house and everyone who resided in it burned.

Ephraim wandered from town to town not knowing where to go or what to do with himself, finding the lowest point of his life wherever he went. Eventually while on the street an odd and elegant woman came across him, and promptly kidnapped him. Ephraim tried to resist but she was strong and perceptive, always ahead of him cutting off escape. Neither one of this odd pair talked much during those first days Ephraim due to his suspicion, while the giant red skinned woman before him seemed indifferent to the silence. Finally, out of frustration he asked the woman why she had captured him.

Woman - “Ahh, so it can speak with more than grunts and growls. To answer simply it’s because you have the look of death on you. I’m not sure what horror’s you’ve witnessed or what crimes you’ve committed, it doesn’t matter. Leaving someone in your state to their own devices can only lead to trouble.”

Ephraim – “Who the HELL are you to make such determinations!!?”

Woman – “My, my, quite the chatterbox now are we? I’ll answer since you’re so inquisitive. I am Hong Wu Mei master of many styles, but from here on out you can call me Sifu.” She finished that last statement with a Cheshire grin. Ephraim’s spirit sank a bit, he had his suspicions before but now he was certain. This horned, red-skinned, giant of woman was with the upmost certainty, positively and without a doubt NOTHING but trouble.

So his martial arts career began not in earnest but in reluctance, for eleven years he was by her side crossing the country and helping where they could. He learned to respect and care for his self appointed master after a while. Soon they became more than teacher and student they became family. Eventually he became a practitioner in his own right and set off alone, for a time. He recently received a letter from his master informing him that she picked up a new pupil, Lily one of the orphans their monastery had taken in. Sifu Wu Mei wanted her new student to meet her “big brother”. Ephraim was happy to visit, a chance to his master again, and a chance to warn Lily about what she was getting into. He only had to cross the desert to get there. It should be an easy enough journey, nothing dangerous lives in it, and it’s simple enough to navigate.

Ephraim is played by Jerry.

Frank Korev

Frank is played by Colin.

Franklin Zattrino, Esquire

Franklin is a human incanter, who specializes in Creation sphere magic. Born and raised in the Amber Plains, Franky's life was divided between his two controlling parents. His father, Marco Zattrino, an accomplished wizard, wanted his son to become a master practiccioner of magics. His mother, Mary Zattrino, wanted her son to follow her footsteps and become a master chef. Franky's brother Richard trained with their father, and his sister Katrina trained with their mother. Because of an uneven number of children, Marco and Mary fought over who Franklin would train under. Eventually, they both agreed to train him, in different parts of the day. In the morning, he was an apprentice chef, and at night, he was an apprentice mage. Franklin's dual training, though crushing and difficult, allowed him to utilize his skills in new ways. For example, conjuring food and drink at will.

Eventually, Franklin left his home, striking out on his own in the world. He had heard of a distant cousin living in Malyesta, and it was the only family he had that was far away from his home. He eventually made it, only his distant cousin was nowhere to be found. Despite this, he became a citizen of Rhoger, serving his mandatory military service, and managed to survive. After his time in the military, he setup a small pastry shop, before eventually joining the guild after hearing multiple stories from one of his frequent patrons: Okwari.

After he and some of his guild mates successfully completed a mission to retrieve a magical rose for the princess, he has been knighted as Sir Zattrino.

Franklin is played by Jackson.


Hawk is played by Ryan.


Hern was played by adam before he was executed for his crimes.


Ioha is played by Mikey.


It's pronounced dja-KWES.

Jacques is played by Mikey.

Juergen Wulf

Juergen has not had a good time. In general. As his name might suggest, he is originally from the Roetwald. Born in a small village near the the northern coast and close to the border with Valonde. His parents were a healer and a retired battlemage, so he had a better education than most of his peers. He also had a girlfriend, a merg named Melomena, daughter of a dwarven sailor and a mermaid. She drifted between her home on land and her home in the sea, and was a gifted water mage. One day, when they were fifteen, Juergen was accompanying Melomena back to the shore, when they were ambushed by a Merrish raiding party. This was not unheard of (part of why Melomena wasn't taking the trip alone) but they were no match for for the Merrish. Melomena was their target, but they couldn't just let Juergen go. They decided not to kill him, figuring the villagers would think the two of them had simply eloped together, and they were right. The two of them were taken back to Merril, and separated. That was 46 years ago. Juergen has no idea what became of Melomena.

As for him, his keen mind and aptitude for science landed him in research positions in a variety of unscrupulous projects all over the country, not quite a slave, but certainly not free. His greatest talent, as it turned out, was for the emerging field of genetics. He and a few others developed a process to extract and remove the non-human portions of a person's genetic code. It works… kind of. They haven't quite figured out how to put new human genes back in their place, so they can't have terribly much non-human ancestry or they'll have unpredictable complications. Juergen, now called Amaud Damme, underwent this process himself, having had a dwarven ancester somewhere down the line, and came out… mostly okay. His body is fine, but his head hasn't been quite right since then.

He was eventually passed into the employ of one Eugene Deviller, who we had a long arc about. A bad bad dude interested in outsiders and spirits. Amaud was there to help with Tieflings and Aasimar and this one weird girl they had "acquired" who apparently was half ravid? How's that even work… He was there when Farima opened the portal to the Abyss and everything went to hell, and was perhaps the only staff survivor of the event, thanks to the efforts of the FGC members on site. He saw this as an opportunity to become dead in the eyes of Merril, and finally leave this accursed country. Having no coin and no better ideas, he joined the FGC, hoping to maybe do some good for once, or at least die an honorable death.

Juergen was trained in the rapier and gun style that has been gaining popularity in Merril, and knows how to make firearms himself. He also has some skill with Destruction magic. As for his class, well… he's that class I made to try and Bloodborne in Pathfinder. I don't know if it's balanced yet! We'll see.

Juergen is played by Ben.


Kali is a skinwalker from Charante who is currently engaged with Tak and has taken up residence in the Menande guild hall. She is Short and short tempered, ready to attack or brush past anything that would interfere with her goals. Despite her irritability, she keeps the mannerisms of an observant hunter when accomplishing a task. She is also uncompromising in her duties, the biggest of those being to "devour the sin" of those who have it within them. For anyone she finds redeemable, she will give them a single chance and should they squander it she will destroy that person with no remorse.

She is still currently adapting to the oddities of this country and can often be found pestering other guild members for answers to things that should be simple while not giving away too much about her homeland. It is evident that she is some form of royalty though it is unclear what her exact status is.

Kali is played by Logan

Marcus Fallingstar

The best way to summarize Marcus's personality, is to say that he is a theater kid. He is charismatic, exuberant, likely to burst into song, and there's like a 5% chance he's straight. He's also not that bright. And he's a PERFECTLY. NORMAL. HALF-ELF. I swer.

Marcus is from Leneruck, the seat of power in the Roetwald. He was a tiny urchin child when he was taken in by the Temple of Ullr, and began training to be a paladin. He turned out to be a promising student, and though he doesn't really embody the gravitas (or good judgment) expected of a paladin, his kind heart and his skill in battle made him very popular in their little academy. Said academy runs a little arena on the side, to bring in some money and to showcase their students. Marcus took to this arena with gusto, enjoying the show of it. As an orphan, Marcus was given the surname Star, and he turned that into his stage name "the Falling Star". Now he uses it as his surname (lmao what a dork).

When the FGC came to Leneruck with Princess Anathe, Marcus served as a runner between the Princess and the Temple. He thought Ana was Really Freakin Nifty. Later on, he gave in to his restless spirit to go be an adventurer! Hell yeah! He currently serves as the greeter at the Menande guildhouse, along with his adventuring duties.

Marcus is played by Ben.

Mura no Kiyohi

Kiyohi is a human shifter from Kyota, in Terrisea. He immigrated to Rhoegr and served his two years in the military to gain his citizenship, then joined the FGC as a change of pace. Taciturn, but with a sense of humor, he's a Lawful Neutral type, a "good soldier" as it were. His favored method of combat is to transform into a big dragon, and use Life, Berserker, Guardian, and Shield to tank.

Kiyohi is played by Ben.

Nay'ri Amakiir

Nay'ri is a decataur, a mix between a centaur and some other bipedal race, usually an elf. Probably. She doesn't actually know who or what her birth parents are, as she was found by the Maras-Tir herd as a tiny baby, abandoned in the outskirts the Muwamaka jungle. The herd leaders, Luaffyn, a powerful seer, and Atiua, a skilled huntress and commander, raised her as their own.

Nay'ri was a sickly child, but seemed to have a strange connection to the spirit realm. She has always had a nearly effortless rapport with minor spirits, and once she and her father figured out how to have the spirits reinforce her frail body, she starting developing other ways to use their power. Combined with a talent for medicine, she became what is effectively a witch doctor. Her mother taught her leadership techniques as well, and her experience traveling with the herd's warriors has made her into an effective squadron commander. This, combined with her healing abilities and natural speed, makes her an excellent defensive support.

She was twenty years old when the herd signed the Treaty of the Nomads, and Nay'ri considers this to be the best thing that happened to the herd. It granted them official status in Terrisea, and allowed them to roam much further than they previously could. Nay'ri has taken full advantage of this, and the fact that, as the daughter of the chiefs she is technically nobility, to travel abroad. She is quite possibly the only decataur to ever travel to Abylos, the kingdom of the dwarves.

As nobility, she and her parents were invited to the Landsmoot. Nay'ri believes that if the Tesuka family fails, Terrisea will be reduced back to a collection of warring city-states, and the Treaty of the Nomads will be no more. She doesn't want that, and so has joined to FGC to advance the Empress's interests, and now that she's seen Menande, to clean up this mess of a city. Or at least teach people some basic sanitation, have you seen Lowtown lately? She also tends the greenhouse at the Menande guildhouse.

Also, for some reason, she grew a set of giant purple butterfly wings during her time with the guild. She was already pretty salty about tauric anatomy not making any Saints be-damned sense, but this? This is just silly. At least they work.

It has recently come to light that Nay'ri is married! Her husband is a distressingly handsome decataur bard named Finwe.

Nay'ri is played by Ben.

Njonja Mwera

Njonja Mwera is a jungle elf Vector Symbiat. She hails from the Chingwe AKA the Dirty Jungle ElvesTM, a reclusive and enigmatic tribe of elves that lives in the Muwamaka jungle, in southern Terrisea. Njonja is on a hundred year journey to see the world. All of it, even the nasty parts. She came to Rhoegr because she found herself unwelcome in Terrisea after she kinda sorta stole Bann Seamus's spellbook and changed the name of one of his signature spells to something uh… crass. Once in Rhoegr, she figured that the FGC was a good way meet new people and see new things, so now she's here.

Njonja is a skilled telekinetic, capable of very fine detail and control. So fine in fact, that she can use telekinesis to pick a lock. Or a pocket. Both of which she's very good at. She also uses her powers for evil, as an insatiable prankster. No one is safe, not even the Guildmaster. Well, Turven's probably safe, she's not stupid. She also plays a mean fiddle.

Njonja fights dirty, using Telekinesis to be a Scoundrel, focusing on Dirty Tricks and Stealing her opponents' stuff. She is also quite capable of weaponizing her magic, decking fools in the face with an invisible telekinetic fist, though she'd rather not. She doesn't like killing.

Njonja is played by Ben.


It's real long, and also in character

If it wasn't, then it would only tell you half of who Okwari is. It's best he explains it himself.

Okwari is played by Jackson.


Orca was played by Ryan, until Orca had a panic attack and died. The End.

Otto Oeurwold

No one really knows where exactly Otto came from. Any time the question is asked to Otto, he always gives the cryptic response of "I'm from the forest, man. I'm a child of the world around us, man". Based on Otto's stories, however, people have been able to gleam more about his past.

Otto recalls his earliest memory as him crawling around the forest as a baby. Eventually, he some how managed to find a group of fey spirits convening in a fairy circle. The fey saw him and initially were terrified, because Otto was a human. Soon however, they realized he was an infant, and of no harm to anyone. So, they adopted him into their familial group, teaching him the hidden knowledge of the forest. Primarily, Otto learned the art of healing magic, and how to commune with the spirits of trees, rocks, rivers, and other natural phenomena. As Otto grew up, he wandered all around Terrisea, seeking more spirits and worldly experiences in order to expand his world view. But as Otto came into contact with other people, he realized that not everyone saw the world as he did. Or even saw the spirits that hung around him. Eventually, Otto managed to wander his way into Menande after receiving a vision of a great tree bearing a golden fruit. He claims to have joined the guild in pursuit of this vision, but some people have remained skeptical. Some even believe that one day he may just up and leave the guild, and return to the forest once more.

Otto is played by Jackson.

Pumza Adetokunbo

Pumza is played by Garrett.


Rain is played by Ahmad

Rayiys "Flare" Alnaar

Rayiys has lived…a troubled life. Before he was born, a wizard cursed his father's first born child to be born a demon. Lo and behold, Rayiys was that child. He was born with blazing skin, and a head of pure flame, hence the moniker: "Flare". His father left their hometown of Malserpus his mother shortly after he was born, swearing to find the wizard that cursed him and undo the spell. His father was never found, assumed dead by his mother. Despite his affliction, his mother still loved him. She protected him, fearing the outside world would shun him for his appearance.

And they did.

Enough to shun him out of the public school system and into home school. It certainly didn't help that Flare began to exhibit more and more demon like mannerisms as he grew up, like mastery of fire magic, and a particularly strong force of will. As he grew up, his skills with his magic improved, eventually gaining a handle on his more demonic tendencies. He joined the guild out of an interest in adventuring, and of course, money.

Flare is played by Jackson


Ro is played by Joe. #Bars

Roku Kasami

A noble from a great house in Kyota, Roku is a skilled horseman, archer, swordsman, commander, and diplomat. He has joined the Menande Guild seeking honor for his house, which has been going through troubled times as of late. He has thorough training in the use of the daisho (katana/wakizashi combo), the longbow, and the javelin, and he has modified each of them to better suit his fighting style. Riding his noble steed Ryoko, he also serves as tactician on the battlefield. Outwardly, he tends toward the most diplomatic solution to any problem and tries to remain in good favor with most people. However, he is secretly very opinionated and often thinks himself better than others, but over time he has learned to keep these thoughts to himself (kind of…).

Roku, Roku's horse, and Roku's inner monologue are all played by Drew.


Rya is played by Logan.


Born Samson Shadid to Kelly and Urwah Shadid his birth was strange one. His parents tried for years to conceive a child and failed. They were desperate enough to turn to the saints and offer their child, if born to their service. Strangely enough a saint answered, and a child was born to them. Samson Shadid was born and once he reached the right age he was inducted into the Nazerite order. Samson was strong, swift and had an unyielding personality. He found the training weapons that were given to him to a bit light so he forged his own, and gained a knack for wielding weapons that seemed a bit oversized.

Brave and bull headed one day he decided to bypass the town walls and explore the waste, his younger sister in tow. Naila Shadid was a tiefling girl, red skinned, with horns that weren’t that prominent, and a single “tiger stripe” (As she likes to call them) running under each eye to the back of her head. She was not born to either of her parents, but found by her father Urwah to abandoned three years after Samson was born. Urwah presented her to Kelly and though hesitant at first she accepted the newborn girl into their family. Naila often followed her big brother and he was happy to have her, but while exploring those nearby ruins -(monster to big/ferocious for that area)- appeared Samson never one to back down brandished his normal sized sword in his child sized hands. Naila seeing her brother stand his ground fearlessly loaded and spun up her sling ready to support her brother. The creature swung and Samson brave, strong and swift avoided its wild attack. Naila, just as brave as her big brother was not as swift, she avoided the worst of the attack but one of its claws cut through the right side of her face and chest. She screamed, her sling flew from her hand and skipped across the dusty ruins. Naila fell to the ground bleeding, screaming in pain. Samson shifted his intense gaze from the beast to the source of those screams and saw his little sister bloodied and writhing on the ground. Horrified, Samson charged into the beast, with more strength and furry then he thought possible, and braced his weapon against himself and used the weight of his own body to lodge his sword into the beasts body. This caused the beast to cry out, but he had no time to revel in its pain, while it was distracted he ran for his sister still in pain, and in one motion scooped her into his arm and he ran, ran as fast he could, ran till his lung could burst. His sister was crying in his arms the whole time, saying how sorry she was between grunts of agony, how she should’ve been faster or tougher. Tears were streaming down Samson’s face, Seeing his sister in this state but he could say nothing, he didn’t have the breath to spare. The beast had started coming after them, it wanted vengeance. It was gaining and for some reason Samson was slowing, he noticed then that when he slammed into the beast he had injured himself with his own blade. At his current rate pace they couldn’t escape it, and they had no means of fending it off. His little sister was going to die here; he was going to die here because he had been so foolhardy, so stupid. He kept moving, but up ahead he saw someone, it was his father!? He hurried his pace as best he could. His farther Urwah Sadid was a human, stood around 5’9” with Olive skin and brown eyes, it’s obvious that Samson didn’t inherit his muscular build from his father. Urwah ran toward his children, his apron a combination of pink and white in geometric patterns blowing in the wind as he moved forward. Samson fell exhausted at his father’s feet, sobbing, babbling, and apologizing. Urwah wiped the tears from his son’s eyes and told him to keep running and find his mother. Before Samson could say anything his father had already ran toward the approaching beast. As the distance between them shrunk he reached into his shopping bag and threw a container of hot Terrisea spice right into the beast’s sword wound, It writhed in pain and switched its focus to Urwah. He began leading the beast back toward the ruins. Samson hesitated for a moment seeing his father being chased by a monster. He didn’t want to leave him, Urwah was no fighter. He looked down and saw Naila unconscious in his arms, got to his feet and resumed his run towards home, and prayed he got there in time. Collapsing again at the town gate he had finally reached his destination, and his mother was waiting for him. She was a towering figure standing 6’ 4” and with a muscular build, green skin and black hair. Samson dropped to his knees and look up at his mother, tears welling up in his eyes. Panting heavily he couldn’t say a word. Kelly Urwah, her back to sun, her armor marked with the rank of captain glistened in the sun. A frown and a furrowed brow rested upon her face and she asked her son what happened. He panted out “Dad, …. Monster, … Ruins.” And he pointed toward the direction that they had come from. Kelley called a medic for her children, kneeled down and hugged them both dearly. She whispered in Samson’s ear “I’m glad you’re safe, but we will have words later.” Samson saw his mother head off with a few other guardsmen and then collapsed under the weight of his own exhaustion.

He heard secondhand that his father had managed to use the ruins to his advantage and evaded the beast till his mother and the other guardsmen arrived and finished it off. Samson’s wounds were able to be healed completely, his sister was not so lucky. Though the wounds were healed scars remain to this day. They were not terribly noticeable but, whenever Samson sees them his heart sinks a little, a reminder of what he nearly lost. After Samson and Naila had recovered from their ordeal they promptly received the punishment of their lives. First from their mother then their father, and Samson received a special ordeal from the Nazerite order. He was stripped of his weapon, and forced to carry a bag that weighed as much as his father and sister combined for months on end. All while he was forced to keep up with the normal training regimen. When he survived his trial and regained his weapon, the sword he forged with his own hands, he noticed something odd. It was worn and dulled in all the wrong places, but no one had used it since that day, he was sure of that. Though such questions soon faded, as he was overjoyed to have it in his hands again. Samson completed his training in the order with good marks, but few demerits; drinking, fighting, and partying too hard mostly. He signed up for an extended tour in the Rhoegan army and served with distinction. After his tour was over he returned to his hometown and helped train new inductee’s to the order. The order had been in decline for decades but it became truly apparent during his time away. The ways of the Nazerian deserved better than to be cast aside and reduced to a footnote in history. This order had helped give him life, it only seemed right that he return the favor. If it took a hero of legend to establish the order, then it will take another to restore it.

Samson is played by Jerry.


Sen is played by Logan.


Silloun eats people. Raised for most of their young life in a non-human enclave in Merril by a small line of nomadic elves, Silloun quickly decided the country was not the best fit. Mostly after much harassment (and probably the locals finding a few too many freshly dug up graves). With the aid of a wisp companion to help amplify and sort the memories, he uses the knowledge of the dead to cast a vast array of magics, however often with extreme drawbacks and limitations. People tell them they are creepy, but I swear Silloun has 10 Cha. Typically keeping to themselves, Silloun and the wisp accept jobs in a supporting role while continuing their ‘research’.

Silloun is played by Adam.


Tak is a skinwalker that hails from the recent nation of Charante. He is from the wolf tribe which makes him the rare sight indeed in the continent of Pia. He is a naturally likable fellow, especially compared to his brothers, but it doesn’t take too long to tell that he isn’t the sharpest arrow in the quiver. Not only that, but he seems to favor a path of pacifism, preferring to avoid any and all potential or current conflicts when he can, calling himself a lover and not a fighter. His lover tendencies have caused him more than his fair share of troubles, his most recent being that he joined the Frontier Guardian Core. Despite these tendencies, he has proven himself to be more than capable in a fight as he has been able to use his rather chaotic powers to great effect. Overall, a heckin good boy that can do no wrong, 12/10.

Tak is played by Logan.


Thom Merrilin (no relation to the country) was once a traveling actor and stage combat instructor. He traveled the Queensroad circuit many times putting on shows for all sorts of people. However, he’s decided to switch careers into the adventuring he used to portray so much on stage. He’s come looking to have someone write a story about him for a change. He hasn’t lost his flare for the dramatic, and isn’t afraid to improvise when plans go astray, and it most certainly isn’t his fault when they do. Thom’s a better talker than fighter, but knowing how not to hurt someone has helped catch on to how to actually hurt people. Also skilled in the magic of shapeshifting, which he uses to the fullest potential for impersonation and infiltration.

Thom is played by Adam.

Torikku Kasami

An Incanter specializing in warp magic and (surprisingly) healing magic. She appears human, but everyone seems to know that she’s actually a Kitsune (it’s all Logan’s fault). She is a rather secretive sort, and she refuses to talk about the specifics of her past, and she lives alone in Malyesta. One can discern from her attire that she hails from Kyota, and that she cannot deny. She carries no discernable weapons, but she does wear a very ornate glove which seems to be the source of her power. Though she herself is not much of a fighter, she is not averse to combat as long as she has allies to aid and protect her.

Torikku is played by Drew.

Ty Phoon

Ty Phoon (also known as "Ty of the Phoon Family" or by his code name "Time Storm") hails from the same world as Princess Tezsuka does. When he was around 10 years old, his village was destroyed in a hellish flame, and after hearing from his father that it was the royal family's fault, he sought revenge. Even though it was actually the fault of a crazy wizard unleashing a cloud that rained hellfire, he still thinks it's the princess's fault. Never-the-less, he traveled from world to world in search of her. Along the way he found and studied under an order of monks who wielded the power of space-time manipulation. Though Ty is forceful, and somewhat emotionally dead, deep down he still mourns the loss of his family. His free time is often spent through physical exercise or meditating on the mysteries of time and space.

Ty Phoon is played by Jackson.

Ud'ma al-In

Ud'ma is a tiefling, raised by the al-In tribe of Exiles in the Remlith. He was found in the sand as a child, evidently placed in the tribe's path with a note and an envelope. The note stated his name, and warned the tribe that his fiendish heritage came from one of his mothers, who was a succubus. Ud'ma was raised to be a Good Boy, which is good because he ended up having a great talent with Mind magic and shapeshifting. He dislikes Mind magic though, and prefers to study Divination magic and swordplay.

Ud'ma is played by Ben.

Weyland Ivaldi

Weyland Ivaldi is a man, a man with a burning passion TO CREATE!

Rejecting his father's plan to succeed him in the military, and being promptly evicted from his home. Weyland set out to travel the continent learning as much as any Dwarf could about forging. Not content with his race's already formidable knowledge of smithing he learned all could from all races and countries. From Merrish Barrel making, to Terrisea Swords, and even the techniques from reclusive monks. He has delved forgotten dessert strongholds, and braved cursed libraries to get the knowledge that he seeks. All these trials merely heat and fire needed to forge himself into a smith, a crafter, an artisan worthy of legend.

After years of traveling hither and tether Weyland is ready to apply to all he has learned and to make a name for himself but the most important question is location, location, location. They rarely sing songs of backwood smithy's and trying to go into a well established market could be problematic. On top of that he needs people worth a damn to buy and use the fruits of his labor. Farm hands, and guardsmen don't tend to slay dragons.

Weyland deep in thought comes across a ragged flyer.

"What's this now? Hmmm a newly established guild. Buncha guinea pigs eager customers who'll desire my services, plus these adventurer types have plenty of money to blow on equipment. Well this Frontier Guardian Core better prepare it's coin purse, once you use Weyland Ivaldi equipment nothing else will do! HAHAHAHAHAHA!!"

Weyland is played by Jerry.


Yharm was played by Ahmad, but he left the adventuring life to start a law firm. Yharm, Yharm, Yharm&Yharm. He just opened his banking division!


Xapf is a Coreid, a very uncommon race comprised of a small “core” surrounded by objects that have been incorporated into its “body.” Xapf’s body is made entirely of shifting metal fragments which are telekinetically manipulated to appear and move as a humanoid body would. Xapf was not born, but rather came into existence deep within Abylos. There Xapf slowly learned to control the metals present and used them to search for other life. After being mistaken for an unintelligent creature many times, Xapf was finally accepted by a group of Dwarves who taught Xapf to speak and appear more civilized. From then on, Xapf set forth on a quest of knowledge, traveling the world and learning how to be self-sufficient in it. After travelling to the edges of the continent, Xapf decided that aimless travels would no longer be sufficient. Soon thereafter, Xapf enlisted in the Teresian branch of the FGC, seeking out new experiences and opportunities to learn. Xapf is not the most charismatic adventurer but makes up for it with intelligence and prowess with the blade. Additionally, Xapf has learned to extend his telekinetic control to other metal objects and sometimes even to the metal in people’s blood.

Xapf is played by Drew

Yuki Mayanaka

Yuki is played by Logan.


"how do I play this game ah fuck oh no Jacksons getting mad at me again cause idk what my own character does oh shit uh theyre a robot uh distant screaming" - Brandon

Yuzu is played by Brandon.

Rhoegr FGC Staff

Guildmaster Nahmeen Rosaris

Guildmaster Nahmeen is a skaven. She's nominally in charge of the Core, but in practice Turven does just as much as she does. She takes her duties seriously, but not too seriously. She is liked well enough, but she takes full advantage of her privileges, if you know what I mean. She's a tinkerer, always working on some project or another, usually one that seems utterly mad to an outside observer. Also, she will never have a character portrait. It's just a thing now.


Turven is a tiefling, an S-ranker, and the most highly regarded member of the Core. He always wears a heavy white winter coat, even in the middle of the desert. He is not as organized as Nahmeen, and is less interested in the whole personal interaction thing than Nahmeen is. He uses Dark magic, and doesn't have much patience for BS. He is about as responsible for the day to day operation of the FGC as Nahmeen is.

He is married to Tali.


Lucef is the Core's receptionist. No one knows what he "really" is, because he shapeshifts into a different form every day. He's just a quietly competent and somewhat uninteresting secretary, but that makes him a very good person to know. We're pretty sure he doesn't sleep…

Radiance Moonfall

Radiance Moonfall is an S-ranker, one of the more active ones. She's totally a human guys, pinky promise, 100% normal human I swear. She's vibrant and excitable, and not terribly wise. She claims she hails from another plane, and always works with Durzog, who came with her from there. She's an armored swordswoman of some sort, and has a minor telekinetic talent.


Durzog is an S-Ranker, and Radiance's partner (no one's quite sure how many interpretations of that word are true). He's an orc, he's always grumpy, and he's kind of racist. He doesn't like anybody, except Turven, with whom he shares a wordless respect, and Radiance, though he will never admit it. He's a light mage, and a dedicated monster hunter.

Lie Decroix

Lie is an S-Ranker, and is universally regarded as the strongest member of the FGC. She's a scholar, an unarmed specialist, and always drunk. She's Merrish, and isn't seen around the FGC much. Those that have met her have all agreed though that she is nowhere close to the word predictable, usually doing things that seem suicidal or crazy on a whim. Despite this, she managed to land Yvette as an apprentice. Weird how the world works

Charles Marcchio

An S-Ranker, whose telekinetic prowess is unmatched. He is a mute, and only communicates through sign language and writing. According to some rumors, he used to be a circus performer, until he traded his voice with some entity that granted him his powers.


Nibbles is a B-Ranker, a drow light mage, and an infamous wild mage.

Terrisea FGC Staff


Lao is the master of the Menande branch of the FGC. He's an old kitsune samurai, and is, quite frankly, in over his head. He's doing his best leave him alone!


Evan is the receptionist for the guild in Menande. She's a gold dragonborn bard, who is so friendly that it makes you uncomfortable. You get the sense that she knows this, and enjoys it.

The Shadow

Formerly employed by the Lady of Whispers, this very literally shadowy figure watches the guild and also serves as a greeter when Marcus isn't available. He can detach his shadow and effectively be in two places at once, though his shadow can't speak.

The Spider

This guy? Oh man this guy. You know Patches the Spider? From Bloodborne? That's what this guy looks like. A giant spider with a pale human face. He worked for the Lady of Whispers along with the Shadow, and he's in charge of the traps that the guildhouse still has. Yeah all that nonsense y'all had to deal with clearing out this place? Still there.

The Kami

We don't know his name, but there is a Fukijin kami residing in the greenhouse. His ward is an extinct Rhoegn tree growing there, but he's claimed the entire greenhouse, which is causing Nay'ri a lot of grief.



Thrummund is the secretary at the Palace of Penitance. He's a dwarf.

Commander Laindra

Laindra is the commander of the guard force of Malyesta. She's a Dragonborn.


Yvette is an orcish scholar who is known for being irritated. All the time. While she has a lot of respect from her fellow guild members, she is not very well liked. She openly disdains any form of open combat and is resented for the fact that she made it to A rank while barely taking any missions that required any violence. Worse, she is apprenticed to Lie, someone who is known for violence. Even Turven seems ok with her for some strange reason.

Despite this, she has been actively working on her own case that seems to have landed her in jail though the charges were dropped recently. All in all, a private woman who really shouldn't be in this sort off business.


Turven's Apprentice, the dragon kid that likes to antagonize Nahmeen.


Tali is an elf?????????? who is married to Turven. Not known is much about her except that she used to be a part of the FGC and that she used to be the head of the Palace of Penitence and that she currently reappeared after being declared missing for about ten years. There are questions. A lot of questions. A LOT OF QUESTIONS. ESPECIALLY ABOUT THAT DEMON ARM. But no one seems to ask them, because Turven seems like he may take your arm off if you do and because she tends to answer the questions. And man is it hard interpreting what she says.

In short, she is a beautiful weirdo.

Lady Saeris

Saeris is an ancient drow vampire, a bard and an illusionist. She had been hiding out in a book for a few centuries for "reasons", trying to ascend to sainthood. Since that doesn't seem to have worked out, she's trying to form an organization of bards and storytellers to preserve and spread tales from all lands and times. She's currently hanging out at the Scarlet Cups.


Ciardo is the owner and proprietor of the Scoundrel's Spear, the closest tavern to the FGC. He's an orc, a cheerful soul, and dang he makes a mean bowl of kethna stew.


Esh is the owner of the Scarlet Cups, an upscale hangout on the east side of town. He is a dwarven dhampir, and the Scarlet Cups caters to the literally nocturnal crowd, like drow and the odd vampire. He's also a mixologist!


Princess Bianca

Bianca is the sickly elven princess of Rhoegr. She's about 62 years old, about ~14-15 in human equivalent, and she's never left the palace in Maltyelma until just recently. She's well liked by both the nobility and the common folk, though for different reasons.


Treyas Dunmer is Princess Bianca's bodyguard. She's a fairly standard looking tiefling, tall, soft spoken, and polite.


V'rik, or Varick, or Verrick, he seems to spell it a couple different ways. V'rik is a Blood Knight, one of the Queen's personal assassins? Private eyes? The Queen tells them to check something out, and if they decide its a problem, they kill it dead. Well they do whatever the Queen wants them to but its mostly that. He's a handsome half-tabaxi with an easy smile and a generally friendly and relaxed demeanor. According to his sister V, he's always like that. Always.


V is V'rik's sister, and seemingly the superior Blood Knight. She doesn't talk. Like, ever. Some have guessed that her name might be short for something but no one has attempted to ask her to her face.


Empress Nailo Tesuka

Two months into the campaign, Nailo and her daughter Anathe murdered the previous rulers of Terrisea and installed themselves as the new royalty. See the Articles section. A few PCs met her in Malyesta, but she was disguised, and betrayed absolutely nothing about herself. She's an elf, and a powerful sorceress. She looks Terrisean, but Anathe claims they're from another world.

Crown Princess Anathe Tesuka

This young silver haired elven girl is Empress Nailo Tesuka's daughter. According to reports, she's a powerful martial combatant, and favors turning into a dragon. Also she might have eaten a dude??? She hired a few guild members to help her quell a rebellion in the Roetwald, the northern part of mainland Terrisea. She's about 62 years old, about ~14-15 in human equivalent, making her nearly the same age as Rhoegr's Princess Bianca.

Huskrl Ohketon

A really ugly looking crocodilian skinwalker, a heavily armored knight, and seemingly a bodyguard to the Tesuka's. Nothing more is known about him.


Tybalt is a gold dragonborn, and serves a number of roles in Saigon's Bastion. He is Steward to the Tesuka's, and he is also Princess Anathe's tutor. He seems to be a Valish scholar, and evidently was traveling with the family before they took over the country.


Dusty is a big cowboy-looking orc dude that works for the Terrisean government and/or justice system in some form. I'm not sayin' he's a spy, but he looks like a spy. The sort of dude who only kinda believes in shirts.

Seamus O'Bannon

Seamus O'Bannon, a halfling wizard, is the Bann of Menande, and is thoroughly corrupt. Menande doesn't have a mafia: it has Seamus. He owns the guard, and is firmly opposed to the new leadership, partly because the new leadership is trying to purge corruption from the Terrisean government. Which is to say, him. It's gonna get ugly.


Hala al-In, the Lion of the Remlith

Hala is an Exile, one of the huge horned humanoids that roam the Remlith. She's a pro wrestler, using the stage name Lion of the Remlith, reportedly a heel, but supposedly very sweet when she isn't cranky about a bunch of adventurers trying to reclaim a sword she won fair and square.

Ignatia "Iggy" Marchesi

Iggy is a human Greenstaff, someone who travels between cities and carries news and mail to those who can't afford magical communication. She's Merrish, but you couldn't tell but for the accent. She's very sweet. And French. The FGC paid some of its members to help her out, as part of maintaining the friendship between the two organizations.

Professor Emaran Priyanka

Prof. Priyanka of the College of Tempest is an owl suqur, and an archaeologist specializing in the Remlith. He's Valish, a little pompous, a little bit of an asshole, and more than a little bit useless in a fight. He hired the FGC to help him excavate and explore a newly discovered ruin, and may call upon them in the future.


This guy just kinda showed up and asked the party to hand over a super important seeming rose that was meant for Princess Bianca. But not so fast! Franklin was too quick for him! He was tricked into thinking they destroyed it! Which satisfied him. Man he's weird whats his deal.

Security Master Theoldred

An elderly half-elf who works for the local Baron in Malyesta. Occasionally contracts the Guild to perform security tests.

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