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  • Ekyannus I: First “institutional” Shriah of the Thousand Temples.
  • Ekyannus III: Shriah of the Thousand Temples, famous for converting Triamis the Great to Inrithism, thus resulting in it being declared the official state religion of the Ceneian Empire.
  • Ekyannus VIII: Author of 111 Aphorisms.
  • Ekyannus XIV: The instigator of the Scholastic Wars against the School in 3796.
  • Eleva: High-Priestess of the Cult of Yatwer. Replaced by a Witch.
  • Emilidis: The Artisan. Nonman creator of the glamour around Golgotterath and the artifact known as the False Sun.
  • En-Kaujalau: A general named in The Sagas. His wife pretended to be him in order to fool the assassins coming to kill him.
  • Eorcu Othrain: Earl of Numaineiri.
  • Eritga: Galeoth slave-girl belonging to Cutias Sarcellus.
  • Eskeles: Mandate sorcerer and tutor of Varalt Sorweel.
  • Esmenet: Empress of the New Empire. Formerly, a whore from Sumna, and a friend and lover of Drusas Achamian.
  • Esmenet (Tusk): Wife of the prophet Angeshraël. Mentioned in the Tusk.

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  • Jiricet: A Nonman Siqû who raped Anasûrimbor Omindalea in 824, and then fled to Ishterebinth.

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  • Kascamandri ab Tepherokar: The Padirajah of Kian and father of Fanayal, slain by Anasûrimbor Kellhus at the Battle of Tertae Fields.
  • Kemetti Thampis: Conriyan Baron from the Anpleian frontier.
  • Kemrates Shanipal: Baron of Hirhamet, a district in south central Conriya
  • Kepfet ab Tanaj: A Kianene officer who betrays Caraskand to Coithus Saubon
  • Kessriga Jeükal: Dûnyain Pragma who instructs Anasûrimbor Kellhus in his youth.
  • Kiampas: Sergeant of the Skin Eaters and a former Nansur officer.
  • Kimish: Prime Interrogator to Ikurei Xerius III.
  • Kisma: Adoptive father of Mallahet.
  • Koll: A member of the Stone Hags. Impersonated by a Skin-spy after his death.
  • Konger: A member of the Skin Eaters.
  • Koropos: A former Cironji slave of the Kianene who becomes an overseer after Gerotha is captured by the Holy War.
  • Kosoter: Captain of the Skin Eaters and elju to the Nonman Nil’giccas.
  • Krijates Iryssas: The young and impetuous majordomo of House Krijates, and cousin to Krijates Xinemus.
  • Krijates Xinemus: Marshal of Attrempus.
  • Kumhurat: Philosopher.
  • Kushigas: Palatine of the Conriyan province of Annand.
  • Kusjeter: Count-Palatine of the Ainoni palatinate of Gekas.
  • Kussalt: Groom to Prince Coithus Saubon, slain at Mengedda.
  • Kutigha: A Thousand Temples informant for the Scarlet Spires.

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  • Leweth: A trapper in the abandoned Atrithan province of Sobel.

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  • Madarezer Ukrummu: A sorcerer of rank in the Scarlet Spires, slain by Chorae at the Battle of Anwurat.
  • Maithanet: Shriah of the Thousand Temples, and half-brother of Anasûrimbor Kellhus.
  • Malowebi: Mbimayu Schoolman, and the emissary sent by the Satakhan of Zeüm to assess Fanayal and his insurrection.
  • Maluti: A Scylvendi warrior and nephew of Cnaiür urs Skiötha.
  • Mamaradda: The Javreh Shield-Captain assigned to execute Drusas Achamian.
  • Mamayma: One of the Chieftan-Kings named in The Chronicle of the Tusk.
  • Managoras: Author of Ode to the Long-Lived Fool.
  • Marmian: Mandate sorcerer and an Auditor at their Mission in Oswenta.
  • Martemus: Nansur General, and aide to Ikurei Conphas.
  • Maurelta: Ceneian General who surrenders to Sarothesser I at the Battle of Charajat in 3372, signalling the traditional collapse of the Ceneian Empire.
  • Maëngi: Consult skin-spy who kills and impersonates the Knight-Commander of the Shrial Knights, Cutias Sarcellus.
  • Maörta: Consult skin-spy.
  • Meigon: A member of the Dûnyain Pragma.
  • Memgowa: A famed near antique Zeümi sage and philosopher.
  • Memshressa Kasaumki: One of the Nascenti.
  • Meppa: The last of the Cishaurim.
  • Merotokas: Author of The Virtue of Sin.
  • Meärji: A Galeoth thane. Client to Coithus Saubon.
  • Meümaras: The Captain of the Amortanea.
  • Mimara: Eldest daughter of Esmenet, by an unknown father.
  • Mimaripal: A client baron of Musammu Chinjosa.
  • Mithoser II: God-King of Shigek who was decisively defeated by the Kyraneans at Narakit, which lead to Shigek beginning its long tenure as a tributary to greater powers.
  • Moiar: Thurror Eryelk's Clay-father.
  • Moraubon: A member of the Skin Eaters.
  • Mujonish: A Shrial Knight who was killed and replaced by a skin-spy.
  • Muretetis: An ancient Ceneian scholar-slave famed for his Axioms and Theorems, the founding text of Three Seas geometry.
  • Murworg Ganbrota: The Earl of the Thunyeri fiefdom of Ingraul.
  • Musammu Chinjosa: The Count-Palatine of the Ainoni palatinate of Antanamera.
  • Myaza: One of Hanamanu Eleäzaras’s favorite body-slaves.

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  • Naree: A Nilnameshi prostitute.
  • Narstheba: A sorcerer of the Scarlet Spires.
  • Nau-Ganor: One of the authors of The Sagas.
  • Naxentas: A Ceneian general who conquers Enathpaneah, Xerash, and Amoteu in 2414, then stages a successful coup declaring himself Emperor of Cenei until his assassination a year later.
  • Naïn: A sorcerer of rank in the Scarlet Spires, slain by Chorae at the Battle of Anwurat.
  • Neberenes: An informant for Anasûrimbor Kellhus.
  • Nejata Medekki: King of Conriya whose entire line is murdered during the Aöknyssian Uprisings c. 3942.
  • Nel-Saripal: Ainoni poet and author of Monius, an epic retelling of the Unification Wars.
  • Nem-Panipal: Member of the Scarlet Spires.
  • Nentepi Psammatus: A Sumni Shrial Priest of Shigeki descent, and regular customer of Esmenet.
  • Nersei Calmemunis: The Palatine of the Conriyan province of Kanampurea.
  • Nersei Eukernas II: Father of Nersei Proyas and King of Conriya.
  • Nersei Onoyas II: King of Conriya who first forged the alliance between the School of Mandate and House Nersei.
  • Nersei Proyas: The Crown Prince of Conriya.
  • Nersei Sodhoras: A Conriyan Baron and cousin of Prince Nersei Proyas.
  • Nersei Tirummas: The eldest brother of Nersei Proyas, and Crown Prince of Conriya until his death at sea.
  • Ngarau: Grand Seneschal to Ikurei Xerius III.
  • Nil’giccas: The last King of the Nonmen.
  • Nincaerû-Telesser: The fourth God-King of the Ûmeri Empire.
  • Nincaerû-Telesser II: The fifth God-King of the Ûmeri Empire.
  • Nincama-Telesser:
  • Nin’hilarjal: Nonman author of Psalms to Oblivion.
  • Nin’janjin: Nonman King of Viri.
  • Nirsolfa: Philosopher mentioned in the Compendium of the First Holy War.
  • Nisht Galgota: The Palatine of the Ainoni palatinate of Eshganax.
  • No-God: An entity summoned by the Consult to bring about the Apocalypse.
  • Nomur: One of the Chieftan-Kings named in the Tusk.
  • Noshainrau: The founding grandmaster of the Sohonc.
  • Nostol: A Meöri hero who lived during the time of the Apocalypse.
  • Norwain I: Galeothi King who butchered his captive foes en masse in the reception hall of Moraör.
  • Nrezza Barisullas: King of Cironj.
  • Nurbanu Soter: Palatine of the Ainoni palatinate of Kishyat.

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  • Ogatha urs Yursalka: one of the younger sons of Yursalka. He is killed by Cnaiür urs Skiötha as revenge for Yursalka's betrayal at the Battle of Kiyuth.
  • Oirinas: A Nonman mentioned in the Isûphiryas who fought in the Cûno-Inchoroi Wars. Twin brother of Oirûnas.
  • Oirûnas: A Nonman mentioned in the Isûphiryas who fought in the Cûno-Inchoroi Wars. Twin brother of Oirinas.
  • Oknai One-Eye: The inveterate chieftain of the Munuäti, a powerful federation of Scylvendi tribes.
  • Okyati urs Okkiür: The cousin of Cnaiür urs Skiötha, who first brought Anasûrimbor Moënghus as a captive to the Utemot camp in 4080.
  • Olekaros: A Ceneian slave-scholar of Cironji descent, famed for his Avowals.
  • Omiri urs Xunnurit: The lame daughter of Xunnurit and wife of Yursalka.
  • Onkis: Goddess of hope and aspiration.
  • Ontillas: A near antique Ceneian satirist most famous for his On the Folly of Men.
  • Opparitha: A near antique Cengemian moralist most famous for his On the Carnal.
  • Opsara: A Kianene slave who serves as the infant Anasûrimbor Moënghus II's wet nurse.
  • Oresh: A historical figure mentioned in The Chronicle of the Tusk. He was the youngest son of the prophet Angeshraël and his wife Esmenet.
  • Orra: A plump scullery slave of the Gaunum household.
  • Ouras: A sorcerer of the Imperial Saik.
  • Outhrata: A great Kûniüric metaphysician.
  • Oxwara: A member of the Skin Eaters.

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  • Palpothis III: The Old Dynasty Shigek God-King, who raised one of the Ziggurats of Shigek which bears his name, Palpothis.
  • Panteruth urs Mutkius: A Scylvendi of the Munuäti tribe.
  • Parcis: A philosopher, likely a student of Ajencis, and the author of The New Analytics.
  • Paro Inrau: A former student of Drusas Achamian.
  • Parthelsus: A Mandate Sorcerer.
  • Paäta: A body-slave belonging to Krijates Xinemus, slain in Khemema.
  • Pherokar I: One of Kian’s earliest and fiercest Padirajahs.
  • Phinersa: Holy Master of Spies of the New Empire.
  • Phoracia: High-Priestess of the Cult of Yatwer.
  • Pilaskanda: King of Girgash and a tributary ally of the Kianene Padirajah Kascamandri ab Tepherokar.
  • Pirasha: an old Sumni whore befriended by Esmenet.
  • Pirras Boksarias: the Ceneian Emperor who standardizing trading protocols within the empire and established a thriving system of markets in its major cities.
  • Pisathulas: The personal eunuch attendant of Ikurei Istriya.
  • Pokwas: A Skin Eater and a disgraced Zeümi Sword-Dancer.
  • Polchias Simas: Drusas Achamian's old teacher and a member of the Quorum.
  • Pomarius Sassotian: General of the Imperial Fleet during the First Holy War.
  • Poripharus: An ancient Ceneian philosopher and adviser to Triamis the Great.
  • Porsa: The famed “Philosopher-Whore” of Trysë.
  • Porsentius Kasalla: One of the Nascenti.
  • Porsparian: A slave provided to Varalt Sorweel by Anasûrimbor Kayûtas to attend to his needs.
  • Praxum Bogras: General of the Selial Column, slain at Anwurat.
  • Protathis: A famed near antique poet of Ceneian descent.
  • Psailas II: Shriah of the Thousand Temples from 4072 to 4086.
  • Psatma Nannaferi: Mother-Supreme of the Cult of Yatwer.
  • Ptarramas: A sorcerer of the Scarlet Spires who fights in the battle for Shimeh.

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  • Safirig Trondha: A Galeoth thane, client to Earl Thagawain Anfirig of Gesindal.
  • Sainhail Werjau: One of the Nascenti, formerly a Galeoth thane.
  • Sag-Marmau: Kûniüric general during the Apocalypse.
  • Sakkeruth: A Scylvendi warrior and childhood friend of Cnaiür urs Skiötha, killed at the Battle of Kiyuth.
  • Salaweärn I‏‎: The founder of Akksersia.
  • Samarmau Uän: One of the Dûnyain Pragma.
  • Sammu Zursodda: Palatine-Governor of the Ainoni city of Koraphea, claimed by disease at Caraskand.
  • Sanathi: Daughter of Cnaiür urs Skiötha and Anissi.
  • Sancla: Drusas Achamian’s cellmate and lover during his adolescence in Atyersus.
  • Sanumnis: A Conriyan Baron and member of the Holy War.
  • Sareat II: King of Galeoth, he was forced to walk barefoot from Oswenta to Sumna in contrition following a Shrial censure c. 4072.
  • Sarl: Sergeant of the Skin Eaters, long-time companion of Lord Kosoter.
  • Sarnagiri V: He was defeated by Triamis I in 2483, leading to Nilnamesh becoming a Ceneian province.
  • Sarosthenes: A sorcerer of the Scarlet Spires who participates in the battle for Shimeh.
  • Sarothesser I: Founder of High Ainon, who overthrew the yoke of the Ceneian Empire in 3372 and ascended the Assurkamp Throne as the first Ainoni King.
  • Sarothesser IX: King of High Ainon during the Scholastic Wars.
  • Sarshressa Imrothas: Palatine of the Conriyan palatinate of Aderot, claimed by disease at Caraskand.
  • Sartmandri: One of the Nine Incandati, the most powerful of the Cishaurim.
  • Sasheoka: Grandmaster of the Scarlet Spires, assassinated in 4100 by the Cishaurim and succeeded by Hanamanu Eleäzaras.
  • Sattushal Gayamakri: One of the Nascenti, formerly an Ainoni baron.
  • Saurnemmi: A sorcerer of the Scarlet Spires.
  • Saweor Inskarra: Earl of the Thunyeri fiefdom of Skagwa.
  • Seidru Nautzera: A senior member of the Mandate Quorum.
  • Semper: A member of the Holy War.
  • Sepherathindor: Count-Palatine of the Ainoni palatinate of Hinnant.
  • Serwë: A concubine of house Gaunum, claimed by Cnaiür as his prize. Later became the first wife of Anasûrimbor Kellhus.
  • Seswatha: Founder of the School of Mandate and an implacable enemy of the Consult throughout the Apocalypse.
  • Setmahaga: A Ciphrang, a divine agency (demon) of the Outside, controlled by the Scarlet Spires.
  • Setpanares: The General in command of the Ainoni contingent of the First Holy War, slain by Cinganjehoi ab Sakjal at Anwurat.
  • Seökti: Heresiarch of the Cishaurim.
  • Shaeönanra: Grandvizier of the Mangaecca and one of the founders of the Consult.
  • Shalmessa: A Javreh Shield-Captain who serves Hanamanu Eleäzaras.
  • Shamanet: A historical figure referenced in The Chronicle of the Tusk. She was the mother of Esmenet, the wife of the prophet Angeshraël.
  • Sharhild: High-Priestess of the Cult of Yatwer.
  • Shaugar Ulnarta: One of the Nascenti, formermly a Tydonni thane.
  • Shelgal: One of the Chieftan-Kings named in the Tusk.
  • Sheorog Cerjulla: The Tydonni Earl of Warnute.
  • Sheorog Gauslas: The son of the Tydonni Earl Sheorog Cerjulla and a member of the Holy War.
  • Shikol: The King of ancient Xerash, famed for sentencing Inri Sejenus to death in 2198, as recounted in The Tractate.
  • Shinurta: Grandmaster of the Scarlet Spires during the Scholastic Wars, creator of the Javreh slave soldiers.
  • Shressa Gaidekki: Count-Palatine of the Conriyan palatinate of Anplei.
  • Siaxas II: Emperor of Cenei. He is infamous for butchering the inhabitants of Kyudea and razing the city to the ground following a 2458 rebellion.
  • Sil: Inchoroi King and the original bearer of the Heron Spear.
  • Silhanna: Daughter of Drusas Achamian’s Galeoth slaves, Tisthanna and Idrusus Geraus.
  • Sinerses: Shield-Captain of the Javreh and favorite of Hanamanu Eleäzaras.
  • Sin’niroiha: King of the Nonman Mansion of Nihrimsul during the time of Cû’jara-Cinmoi.
  • Sirassas Kumeleus: A staunch supporter of House Ikurei, and Exalt-General of the Nansurium prior to Ikurei Conphas.
  • Sirol ab Kascamandri: The youngest daughter of Kascamandri ab Tepherokar.
  • Sirpal Uranyanka: Palatine-Governor of the Ainoni city of Moserothu.
  • Sirwitta: An Emwama criminal mentioned in the Isûphiryas.
  • Skafra: One of the principle Wracu, or Dragons, of the Apocalypse, finally slain by Seswatha at Mengedda in 2155.
  • Skaiwarra: A Thunyeri chieftain.
  • Skala: Gaenkelti’s successor as Exalt-Captain of the Palatial Eöthic Guard.
  • Skalateas: Mysunsai Schoolman, murdered in the Ansercan countryside by the Scarlet Spires.
  • Skauras ab Nalajan: Sapatishah-Governor of Shigek and the first principal antagonist of the First Holy War, slain at Anwurat.
  • Skeaös: Prime Counsel to Ikurei Xerius III, having served in that capacity for thirty years.
  • Skinede Anmergal: A Tydonni thane, slain at the Battle of Tertae Fields.
  • Skiötha urs Hannut: The father of Cnaiür urs Skiötha, and former Chieftain of the Utemot.
  • Skogma: An ancient Wracu thought destroyed during the Cûno-Inchoroi Wars.
  • Skuthula: An ancient Wracu spawned during the Cûno-Inchoroi Wars, one of the few Dragons known to have survived the Apocalypse, though his present whereabouts are unknown.
  • Sohorat: A Ciphrang, a divine agency (demon) of the Outside, controlled by the Scarlet Spires.
  • Sol: An orphan who lives in the city of Sumna.
  • Solm Hilderath: One of the Nascenti, formerly a Tydonni thane
  • Somandutta: A Skin Eater and a Nilnameshi caste-noble adventurer.
  • Sonhail Hortha: A Galeoth knight, client to Prince Coithus Saubon.
  • Sorainas: A celebrated Nansur scriptural commentator, and author of The Book of Circles and Spirals.
  • Sos-Praniura: A Gnostic sorcerer, the greatest student of Gin'yursis.
  • Sristai Ingiaban: Palatine of the Conriyan palatinate of Kethantei.
  • Stajanas II: Famed "Philospher-Emperor" of Cenei, who ruled from 2412 to 2431.
  • Su’juroit: A Nonman Qûya rumored to have been capable of performing Meta-Gnostic Cants.
  • Sumiloam: Queen of High Ainon during the Scholastic Wars, wife of Sarothesser IX.
  • Suriala: The wife of Anasûrimbor Celmomas II, and mother of Nau-Cayûti.
  • Surmante Caphrianus I: A Nansur Surmante emperor famed for his wily diplomacy and far-reaching reforms of the Nansur legal code.
  • Surmante Skilura II: The most cruel of the Surmante Emperors of Nansur, whose deranged antics led to the Granary Revolts of 3668 and the accension of Surmante Xatantius I to the Mantle.
  • Surmante Xatantius I: The most warlike of the Surmante Emperors of Nansur.
  • Sutadra: A Skin Eater, and a rumoured Fanim heretic.
  • Suörtagal: Author of the Epimeditations.
  • Swahon Wainhail: Galeoth Earl of Kurigald, slain at the Fifth Battle of Mengedda.
  • Swarjuka: Sapatishah-Governor of Jurisada.

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  • Tanhafut: An ancient Wracu. Slain by Nau-Cayûti.
  • Tarempas: Admiral of the Nansur Fleet.
  • Tatokar I: A High Heresiarch of the Cishaurim.
  • Teres Ansansius: The most famed theologian of the early Thousand Temples, whose The City of Men, The Limping Pilgrim, and Five Letters to All are revered by Shrial scholars
  • Thagawain Anfirig: Galeoth Earl of Gesindal.
  • Thallei Numemarius: Patridomos of House Thallei, and General of the Kidruhil until his death in Nagogris.
  • Thanteus Eskeles: A Mandate Schoolman and tutor to Varalt Sorweel.
  • Thopsis: Eunuch Master of Imperial Protocol for the New Empire.
  • Throseanis: A late Ceneian dramatist, famed for his Triamis Imperator.
  • Thurror Eryelk: A Holca champion of the Sranc Pits.
  • Ti: A sorcerer of the Scarlet Spires who fights in the battle for Shimeh.
  • Tirius: A former Nansur slave of the Kianene who becoems an overseer after Gerotha is captured by the Holy War.
  • Tirnemus: A Baron and member of the Holy War.
  • Tisthanna: Drusas Achamian’s slave and wife of Idrusus Geraus.
  • Titirga: He was Archideme of the Sohonc. One of the most powerful sorcerers ever to have lived in Eärwa.
  • Tokush: Master of Spies to Ikurei Xerius III.
  • Triamis the Great: First Aspect-Emperor of the Ceneian Empire, famed for his conquests and for declaring Inrithism the official state religion in 2505.
  • Trimus Charcharius: Patrodomos of the House Trimus.
  • Trimus Meniphas I: One of the Trimus Emperors of Nansur. His assassination in 3508 signaled the end of the Trimus dynasty.
  • Troyatti: Captain of the Hemscilvara.
  • Tshuma: One of the Nascenti, formerly a Kutnarmu mercenary.
  • Tsotekara: Grandmaster of the Scarlet Spires in ancient times, when they were still known as the Surartu.
  • Tsuör: Consult skin-spy.
  • Tuthorsa: A member of the Holy War and devout follower of Anasûrimbor Kellhus.

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  • Ûssirta: A Consult skin-spy.
  • Umartu: An ancient Shiradic philosopher.
  • Urskugog: So called “Sranc King” of Suskara.
  • Uskelt Wolfheart: One of the Chieftan-Kings named in the Tusk.
  • Utgarangi ab Hoularji: Sapatishah-Governor of Xerash.
  • Uthgai: The Scylvendi King-of-Tribes who lead his people under the No-God during the Apocalypse

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  • Valrissa: Daughter of the Werigda and wife of Aëngelas.
  • Varalt Harweel II: A former King of Sakarpus, the father of Varalt Sorweel.
  • Varalt Sorweel: King of Sakarpus and the only son of Varalt Harweel II, the former King of Sakarpus.
  • Vem-Mithriti: Grandmaster of the Imperial Saik following the death of Cememketri.
  • Vethenestra: Chalfantic Oracle of the Cult of Yatwer.
  • Vshikcrû: A mighty Inchoroi, slain by Ingalira on the Inniür-Shigogli during the Cûno-Inchoroi Wars.

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  • Warthût Ganrikka: A client thane of Hoga Gothyelk.
  • Weofota Finaöl: Earl of the Tydonni fiefdom of Canute, slain at Anwurat.
  • Wiglic:
  • White-Luck Warrior: The god-sent assassin who will murder the Aspect-Emperor and his progeny.
  • Wonard: A member of the Skin Eaters.
  • Wrigga: A caste-menial Zaudunyani agitator.
  • Wutteät: A wracu, ancient beyond measure. He claims to have lived aboard the Incû-Holoinas as it visited many worlds before crashing-landing on Eärwa.

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  • Xercallas II: Ceneian leader who secured the remnants of what had once been Kyraneas in the decades following Cenei’s conquest of Gielgath.
  • Xijoser: The Old Dynasty Shigek God-King.
  • Xius: A great Ceneian poet and playwright.
  • Xonghis: A Skin Eater and former Imperial Tracker.
  • Xunnurit: The Scylvendi chieftain of the Akkunihor tribe.

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  • Yalgrota Sranchammer: The Thunyeri groom of Prince Hringa Skaiyelt.
  • Yasellas: A prostitute acquiantance of Esmenet.
  • Yatwer: Goddess of the Earth and Fertility.
  • Yel: One of Esmenet’s Kianene body-slaves.
  • Yorsi: Son of Drusas Achamian’s Galeoth slaves, Tisthanna and Idrusus Geraus.
  • Ysanna: A slave belonging to the Gaunum family.
  • Ysilka: The wife of Sag-Marmau in The Sagas, whose name is often used as an euphemism for “adultress” in the Three Seas.
  • Yursalka: A Scylvendi warrior of the Utemot tribe.
  • Yursut urs Muknai: Leader of the Scylvendi at the Battle of Zirkirta.
  • Yutirames: A sorcerer of rank in the Scarlet Spires.

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  • Zarathinius: The famed author of A Defence of the Arcane Arts.
  • Zenkappa: Captain of Attrempus, formerly a Nilnameshi slave belonging to the household of Krijates Xinemus.
  • Zerxei Triamarius I: The first of the Zerxei Emperors of Nansur.
  • Zerxei Triamarius III: The last of the Zerxei Emperors of Nansur, murdered by palace eunuchs.
  • Zioz: A Ciphrang, a divine agency (demon) of the Outside, controlled by the Scarlet Spires.
  • Zsoronga ut Nganka’kull: The last of the Zerxei Emperors of Nansur, murdered by palace eunuchs.

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