(The list includes secondaries characters, friends and foes of main characters, legendary heroes mentioned in in-game texts, etc. Those characters appeared on all shards, related to main plot fiction.
Anon – Grandmaster Mage of the Council of Mages.
Anmac Mallachtan – One of Juo’nar’s Generals (slain)
Ba’ab – One of Juo’nar’s Generals (slain)
Lord Blackthorn – Past advisor and friend of the king. Became mechanically enhanced by Exodus and uses his power to controll the Jukan armies and Betrayers to try and rule Britannia.
Brialla (deceased)- Brialla of the Seven Tears, a monk of Empath Abbey, went into the northlands of Britannia (at that time uncharted), with only a journal to record her travels. She charted, recorded and illustrated the entire region, and discovered the mineral deposits near what would become Minoc. Her courage is celebrated each year at Brialla’s Journey.
Lord British – King of Britannia (missing)
Bundor Bard – Reporter for Britannia Network News.
Clanin – Senior Mage of Britannia. Fought in the great war against Blackthorne alongside Dupre and Dawn.
Crawworth (died exploring the new lands) – Ex-Captain of the Guards of Trinsic
Crinn Sanjole –
The Dark Mistress – See Minax
Dawn – Royal Knight of Britannia. Carries her grandfather’s sword awarded to him by Lord British. Fought in the great war against Blackthorne alongside Dupre and Clanin.
Drenon Quick – Reporter for Britannia Network News.
Dupré – Paladin of Trinsic. He was escorting Lord British when the King was captured by orcs and mongbats. After that, he focused on the recapture of Trinsic. Contacted by the ghost of Julia, he recruited adventurers to go the Ethereal Void to retrieve Joye. He also led the rescue party to find Malabelle who was held prisoner by Juo’nar, and is at the origin of the final attack against Trinsic, leading to the victory against the undeads.
Duryn (suicided) – Duryn was the first member of the Followers of the Armageddon to be exposed, though at that point his affiliation was not known. He murdered Hartham, apparently in broad daylight, and escaped the Trinsic jail when he was first captured. When he was finally cornered and brought back in Trinsic, he spoke strange words, and commited suicide by bitting in a poison capsule he had hidden in his mouth.
Sir Duquelle (murdered) – Duquelle was a member of the Castle staff working on the FoA investigation. He must have had some success, for he was brutally murdered in what appears to be a ritual sacrifice, credited to members of the Followers.
Finth Desryn – Captain of the Guards of Trinsic
Followers of the Armageddon – Previously known as the Zog Cabal.
G’Blarth – Dancing Troll of Vesper, self described as a, “nice, nice, human-like troll guy. No hurt.” Thought to have been tossed from his clan for not eating bards.
Sir Geoffrey – Captain of the Royal Guard, Sir Geoffrey directed the FoA manhunt until Halston Montil took over. In the previous Ultimas, he is one of the companions of the Avatar, and represents the Fighter archetype. He also managed to capture an orc prisoner from Keeonean armies to have it interrogated in the Yew Court of Truth.
Gilforn – Mage of the Council of Mages. Has spent his life researching moongates and teleportation. Studied the magic of the Moonglow Teleporters and used it to create others like those used at the Moonglow Bank. Was chosen by wisps to learn the secrets of the moongates and developed the modern moongate that allows travel between facets(worlds.) Author of The Definitive Gate and Gate Travel and the Modern World and discoveror of Ilshenar.
Gorenck (slain) – Assassin, hired (presumably by Gruzak) to eliminate the FoA prisonners held in Yew. With Hertun, they succeeded in their attempt but were stopped and slain while fleeing from the scene. On their bodies was found the recipe for the deadly poison used by the FoA and a note saying “Do not fail in your mission – Gruzak”.
Gondor (captured by British guards) – Former drunken partner of Keeonean, involved in the kidnapping of Lord Nicolus.Arrested by Reszni, he revealed the location of Keeonean’s lair, leading to the rescue of Lord Nicolus.
Gregor the Blacksmith – Trinsic Smith at the Shining Path Armory, active during the Crisis in Britannia invasions on Trinsic.
Grimmoch Drummel – One of the four expeditioners that lost their lives in the Sanctum that Khal Ankur’s followers built in his honor, now known as Dungeon Khaldun. We know his story from the Expedition Journals and Diaries.
G’Ruagak – Troll. Golden Troll working for Minax, responsible of the attacks against Vesper. Rumored to be a relative of G’Thunk and G’Splat.
G’Thunk and G’Splat (Slain) – Trolls. G’Splat was killed in the Battle of Sacrafice. G’Thunk followed the Leader of the FoA to extract revenge on the humies who had killed his brother. He eventually met his demise in the dungeon Shame where the FoA Leader was captured. He had wanted Halston Montil to kill the Leader in because the Leader had promised him revenge for his brother’s death and had not supplied it. When Halston refused, G’Thunk slew many including Julia, before he was brought to his own death.
Halston Montil – The head of the FoA investigation
Hartham (murdered) – Head trainer of the Fighter’s Guild of Trinsic
Hertun (slain) – Assassin hired (presumably by Gruzak) to eliminate the FoA prisonners held in Yew. With Gorenck, they succeeded in their attempt but were stopped and slain while fleeing from the scene. On their bodies was found the recipe for the deadly poison used by the FoA and a note saying “Do not fail in your mission – Gruzak”.
Humbolt (deceased) – Sage and scholar, martyr of Britannia.
Japheth (slain) – Former Guildmaster of the Paladin’s Guild of Trinsic. After Trinsic was partially burned in an orcish raid, Japheth vowed to live only to protect city. He died warring the hordes. He is mentionned only in books.
Joye (deceased on some shards) – Joye was the librarian of Britain who found the crystal ball sent by Tyball, revealing that Malabelle’s lover was not killed by Lord British, but alive and held prisoner by Minax. The crystal ball also shown Joye a lady supposed to be Malabelle carrying a glowing white orb or key. Before being able to use this information, Joye was killed by the minions of Juo’nar. However, Julia appeared to Dupre, and Nystul managed to open a gate to the ethereal void, where five brave volunteers retrieved the ghost of Joye. She could then talk to Dupré, and give him the information needed to make Malabelle help the forces of good.
Julia (killed by the FoA) – Julia is a tinker in Minoc who was taken by the FoA. She is also one of the traditional companions of the Avatar in previous Ultimas. She was kidnapped by the Followers during their attempt at breaking the world, and killed during the capture of the leader. As a ghost, she appeared to Dupré during the Crisis in Britannia, telling him to find Joye.
Junin Pince – See Followers of the Armageddon
Joseff – When questionned by Halston, Joseff (a farmer near Britain and old friend of Sage Winslow) claimed that the Winslow appearing in public lately was NOT the one he knew. Where is the real Winslow?
Juo’Nar (undead) – Renegade paladin turned into a Lich lord
Kaltar – Gazer Fiend. Kaltar has the appearence of a gazer, except for a golden hue and the ability to talk. Working for Minax, he is leading the attacks of gazers and headless ones against Cove. He also came to Yew, and managed to free the orc prisoner captured by Sir Geoffrey.
Keeonean – One of Minax Generals
Lathiari and Kyrnia (destroyed) – Liches
Lazag Boc –
Lilia Morgan – Reporter for Britannia Network News.
Lucinda – Reporter for Britannia Network News.
Lysander Gathenwale – One of the four expeditioners that lost their lives in the Sanctum that Khal Ankur’s followers built in his honor, now known as Dungeon Khaldun. We know his story from the Expedition Journals and Diaries.
Lady Machiavelli – Reporter for Britannia Network News.
Malabelle – Apprentice of Minax
Malak – Unappreciated Council of Mages mage with strange ideas.
Mariah (kidnapped by FoA) – Mariah is a renowned mage from Moonglow, and was also taken by FoA at the same time as Julia. She is also one of the traditional companions of the Avatar in previous Ultimas.
Martoo Saul – See Followers of the Armageddon
Matthew the Bard – Reporter for Britannia Network News.
Minax – Mondain’s Lover
Mondain (slain) – A legendary villain. Subject of the stage production, “The Tragic Life of Mondain.”
Morg Bergen – One of the four expeditioners that lost their lives in the Sanctum that Khal Ankur’s followers built in his honor, now known as Dungeon Khaldun. We know his story from the Expedition Journals and Diaries.
Lord Nicolus – Lord Nicolus was ordered by Lord British to travel the realm bearing gifts during the holidays. He was captured by Keeonean, in an attempt to affect the morale of Britannian citizens, but was rescued.
Nystul – Court Mage to Lord British.
Owen of Yew – Reporter for Britannia Network News.
Relvinian (Possibly a liche) – Renegade Mage
Reszni – Guard of Lord British, he was in charge of the investigation to find Lord Nicolus.
Roxor – Troll. Captain of one of Minax’s troll raiding parties.
Selzanhik – Druid of Yew. Selzanhik was charged with the interrogation of the orc prisoner captured by Sir Geoffrey. However, the attack led by Kaltar against the Yew Court allowed the prisoner to escape. Apparently, nothing of interest was learned from the interrogation of the orc.
Seth – One of Juo’nar’s Generals
Shamino – Ranger and companion to Lord British. Dressed as Lord British and allowed himself to be captured by Minax to protect Lord British and to gather intelligence in the fight against Minax and her forces.
Sherri the mouse – As the name indicates, Sherri is a mouse, who lives in Castle Britannia. Strangely enough, she is unusually smart and understands human languages, and she sometimes write accounts of significant events happening there. An valuable source of informations, and speculations, she has already given us description of a meeting between Lord British and the Time Lord, and of the events that led to the founding of the Guards of Virtue
Slimely of Skara Brae – Translator for Roxor the Troll Captain. Broke into the BNN studio and put on his Liberation in Britannia show on behalf of Minax Network News.
Tavara Sewell – One of the four expeditioners that lost their lives in the Sanctum that Khal Ankur’s followers built in his honor, now known as Dungeon Khaldun. We know her story from the Expedition Journals and Diaries.
Tristal – Mage known for his crazy, unusual, and unsupported idea, not backed by most of the Council.
Tyball (missing) – Tyball is the presumed lover of Malabelle, that she believe was killed by Lord British. According to Joye and the crystal ball she received, he would be alive, and prisoner of Minax.
Uzeraan – Man bringing riddles to the realm via special statues.
Wallace Sims – Translator for headless.
Whinchel the Scribe – Reporter for Britannia Network News.
Winslow (murdered) – Sage and scholar, Humbolt’s assistant
Zendella Kxriss – See Followers of the Armageddon
Zog – A man long dead. See Followers of the Armageddon
|Shard Specific Characters from in-game fiction (in alphabetical order by shard)|
|(The list includes secondary characters, friends and foes of main characters, legendary heroes mentioned in in-game texts, etc.)
AOL Legends | Arirang | Asuka | Atlantic | Baja | Balhae | Catskills | Chesapeake | Drachenfels | Europa | Formosa | Great Lakes | Hokuto | Izumo | Lake Superior | Napa Valley | Oceania | Pacific | Siege Perilous | Sonoma | Wakoku | Yamato | Unknown
Adaus (Atlantic) – Elemental Lord of Poison. Fought with other elemental Lords and Ladies in Vesper over who was the strongest.
Anvasflan (Atlantic) – Water essence summoned by adventurers in Destard(Trammel.) The instructions to summmon him were found in a tome translated by Verity Jerison.
Armstrong (Atlantic) – Tavernkeeper at the The Barnacle in Minoc(Felucca.) Sent players off to find his missing daughter. His daughter was not found with in Esteban’s company and is presumed dead.
Azhug (Atlantic, deceased) – Cove(Felucca) orc leader. Led the Cove Orcs in a strategic uprising. Was killed by the player Auren Therion, Mayor of Britain.
Claudia Raym (Atlantic) – Tamer raised by dragons, had an affinity for animals and their control. Lived in a Cave near the Dungeon Wrong.
Daelia Ironhand (Atlantic) – Skilled healer and alchemist. Runs the Deep Forest Healing southeast of Yew and is the daughter of Gregory. Found healing properties in strange plants that were discovered.
Deckard Marner (Atlantic) – Grandmaster Warrior. Runs the New World Order Adventurer’s Hall in Minoc(Trammel.)
Dynarra Raeven (Atlantic) – Ranger and Tailor.
Esteban (Atlantic) – Infamous mage banished from Minoc(Felucca) though to be with Armstrong’s daughter who was enamored with him. Adventurers found him in the mines north of Minoc.
Ferix (Atlantic) – Elemental Lady of Blood. Fought with other elemental Lords and Ladies in Vesper over who was the strongest.
Finlay (Atlantic) – Mage of the Wind Council of Mages. Thought to have an artifact that will help to kill Tilf and Gilf.
Sergeant Grant Feist (Atlantic) – Master Warrior. Leads the town guards of Minoc(Trammel.)
Fremont (Atlantic) – A Skara Brae farmer who’s crops have been rotting(Trammel.)
Gregory Ironhand (Atlantic) – Tinker who lives in a house outside of Skara Brae(Felucca.) Is the current owner of the Sword of Sacrifice, received from Lady Liane as part of a deal. Folks would help her defeat Xerot the Illusionist, and in exchange she would return the sword to human hands. Gregory was chosen (by players, no less) to be its protector.
Hettara (Atlantic) – Merchant girl who sought help in Skara Brae(felucca) for the guarding of her Caravan of goods to Britain. The caravan, killing two of her packhorses, was attacked by brigands on their way.
Lady Ishmael (Atlantic) – A yellow lady Liche often seen in Caina(felucca) meeting with the Shadow Conclave.
Jordan Cromwell (Atlantic) – An archealogist that seeks rare artifacts, particularly those of maritime nature. Lives in a manor home on the northern coast of Nujel’m.
Kaethen (Atlantic) – A friend of Rolf the Paladin who was seeking help in recovering a tome.
Lord Kaiston (Atlantic) – Treated in the Skara Brae Healers for lunacy, was released and caused havoc on the Skara Brae farmlands with his followers before adventurers brought them all to death. His apprentices body was never found and believed to return.
Kelly (Atlantic) – Apprentice healer to Daelia Ironhand. Works in the Deep Forest Healing southeast of Yew.
Kraltch (Atlantic) – An imp of the Daemon Nostur’yl. Aided Nostur’yl in the search for the obsidian posts.
Lady Liane (Atlantic) – Red Ancient Wyrm that can shape shift into a women in a red dress. Temporary owner of the Sword of Sacrafice. Plucked the sword from the body of the thief Breiswight, whom tried to use it to kill her, in a chance encounter.
Louis Cantern (Atlantic) – Alchemist, fearful of something he’d done to anger his uncle Lord Ascre, captured by spiders in Yew(Felucca) and held captive in their webs with their nests in the Yew Mill. Escaped and led adventurers back to the mill to clear out the renewed spider infestation.
Lupov Thagrad (Atlantic) – Man first sought by Nostur’yl because he held one of his gems.
Maximiliano (Atlantic) – A gypsy chieften spoken of by Anvasflan the watter essence.
Nostur’yl (Atlantic) – Deamon, resided in Statue form out front of the Hungry Halfling in Rivendell but was moved to the Vesper Museum(Felucca.) Was known to take human mage form from time to time and was interested in Gems and Obsidion posts.
The Spell of Binding
To Control a Town
Spells of Power
New Exhibits on Display at Vesper Museum
The Slave Mage
Creatures of Ice
The Last of the Obsidian Posts
A Deal with the Daemon
You Know What They Say About Curiousity
All in a Night’s Work
A Profitable Meeting
A Horrific Hunt
The Daemon Revealed
The Mage’s Search
Patterson (Atlantic, deaceased) – Alchemist consulting with Fremont, a Skara Brae farmer who’s crops have been rotting(Trammel.) While investigating the field Patterson was deadly poisoned and passwed away.
Philip (Atlantic) – Master Scout, Miner and Lockpicker. Philip requested the help of adventurer’s in the Hungry Halfling(Felucca) to locate a his uncle’s treasure. The greed-curse that was on him was lifted with the discovery of the treasure.
Pralox (Atlantic) – Elemental Lord of Fire. Fought with other elemental Lords and Ladies in Vesper over who was the strongest.
Rathgith (Atlantic) – A mage servant of Nostur’yl aided the Daemon by raising the final Obsidian post from its watery haven where Lady Liane had placed it for safe-keeping. Used the Spell of Binding on Nostur’yl to turn him into a statue outside the Hungry Halfling(Felucca.) Made his body available for the resurrection of the Oracle.
Red-cloak Assasins (Atlantic) – A group of Assasins that wore Red-cloaks. These assasins are still being sighted.
Rian (Atlantic) – Named by humans, a tan Wyrm that can shape shift into a child in a tan clothes. Son of Lady Liane
Rolf (Atlantic) – A Paladin seeking help in recovering a tome.
Russ (Atlantic) – A young man claiming to be a spy for the local Britain Guard. He requested aid in clearing the Brigands and Orcs from the Brigand Fort.
Octavia (Atlantic) – White widow spider seemed to be queen of the renewed spider horde that resided in the Yew Mill(Felucca.) Last seen escaping the Mill.
Spencer (Atlantic) – Red-robed Sage of Cove(Felucca.) Sought help in stifling the Orc uprising with their new leader, Azhug, near Cove. Anvasflan the water essence said Spencer was needed to find the mage cult leader.
Sutton (Atlantic, deceased) – A lower ranking guard of Minoc(Trammel.) Normally wore full plate mail and carried a halbard. Was killed by brigands while trying to apprehend a criminal named Wharton.
Telwyn (Atlantic) – Alchemist
Thorval Perpil (Atlantic, deceased) – Wealthy nobelman found dead by Minoc(Trammel) Guards. Killed in a bar fight and survived by his brother Marin Perpil.
Tilf and Gilf (Atlantic) – A Ettin thought to be coverting with the Stormreaver Orcs in a planned war on Yew.
Vaughn (Atlantic) – Miner found at the caves north of Minoc(Felucca.) Told adventurers he saw Armstrong’s daughter enter the caves but never return. Told of the Ore Elementals fight in Vesper. Told of Tilf and Gilf’s ettin and orc attack on Yew.
Verity Jerison (Atlantic) – Lycaeum Scholar. Translated a tome found in the Ice Cavern(Trammel.) The tome provided details in summoning a water essence named Anvasflan.
Vincent (Atlantic) – A referee holding weekly duels at the Jhelom Pit(Felucca.)
Vithys (Atlantic) – Elemental Lady of Water. Fought with other elemental Lords and Ladies in Vesper over who was the strongest.
Wallace (Atlantic, murdered) – Former resident of Minoc, was a Britain Guard. He was killed in a cult ritual. Thought to be connected with Tilf and Gilf.
Wharton (Atlantic) – Vile criminal sought by the Minoc(Trammel) Guard. Found with brigands, became responsible for Guard Sutton’s death.
Winona (Atlantic, deceased) – Bard sent by Spencer of Cove(Felucca) to help the adventurer’s defeat Azhug the Cove Orc leader. Lost in the battle.
Xerot the Illusionist (Atlantic) – Mage who had trapped the shadow flame in a special lantern he had built and used the shadows to do his bidding, including creating general chaos and disorder. Was destroyed by the Lady Liane. His Lantern of Illusions is on display in the Vesper Museum(Felucca.)
Zxytortwp the Oracle (Atlantic) – The Oracle resides in Wind and can not leave there. Her real name is , unpronounceable. She was slain by Daemons sent by Nostur’yl to Wind during key testimony in his trial of Aleph Aeirs. Her robe was put on display in the Vesper Museum(Felucca.) She was eventually resurrected by Lady Liane into the body of the slave mage Rathgith and is presumed living in Wind.
Lord Agnacio (Baja) – Nobleman and philanthropist of Skara Brae. Participated in the creation of the Skara Brae Faire Grounds (Trammel) which hosted the Skara Brae Feast of the Spirits.
Aireen Marris (Baja) – Daughter of Mandur Marris. Was thought to be kidnapped, but her diary was found at the Yew Orc Fort(Felucca) and after she was rescued from orcs, it was discovered that she ran away. Mourns her fiancé Eilis Soll and her mother died in childbirth.
Adhemar (Baja) – Author of the book, “Ye Fauna of Sosaria’s Fens.” Was sought and had the book stolen from him by his apprentice Dorian.
Ambrose (Baja) – Deceased. One of Skara Brae’s most influential land owners. His land was in herited by Bert and eventually became the Skara Brae Faire Grounds (Trammel.)
Amon Jolds (Baja) – Friend of Mendur Marris and considered as fiancé for Aireen Marris. Believed by some to be involved in framing Paburt of doctoring Mandur’s books and for sending Elementals after Flenniel. Had a meeting with an Orc Lord.
Bert (Baja) – Magincian merchant and caravan driver and also heir to Ambrose, inherited his large amounts of land owned near Skara Brae. Through the work of Lord Agnacio this land was used for the Skara Brae Faire Grounds (Trammel.)
Burl (Baja) – A tavernkeeper at the Peg Leg in Bucc’s Den purchased wine from Flenniel Loak. (Felucca.)
Lord Conrad (Baja) – A bald man who wore extremely dark armor. He was a supporter of Justice, sometimes seemingly to a zealous extreme. Conrad lived in the “Trinsic mansion” east of the western bank (Felucca.)
Dorian (Baja) – Apprentice to Adhemar, author of the book, “Ye Fauna of Sosaria’s Fens.” Stole the book when Adhemar was found but lost it when attacked by a black wyrm. She had been hired by the white wyrm, Kemarok. She was taken into custody by the guards.
Flenniel Loak (Baja) – Merchant that Mendur Marris apprenticed under and acted as Grandfather to Aireen. Thought to know information about Aireen Marris’s disappearance, was questioned and suggested she liked the Yew Orc Fort and might go there. Appears young, but is in his early 70’s. Seems to be being followed by many Elementals and a price of 30k gold pieces are on his head.
Jacob Tyrer (Baja) – Has hinted at a rogueish, if not criminal past.
Kemarok (Baja) – A white wyrm that had hired Dorian to retrieve the book, “Ye Fauna of Sosaria’s Fen.” Rival to the red wyrm. Heard to call the black wyrm “Mother.”
Michael Blake (Baja) – Detective and Alchemist.
Mendur Marris (Baja) – Prominent Britain Merchant(Felucca). His daughter, Aireen, he thinks was kidnapped, but was later found. His wife died giving birth to his daughter.
Meredith (Baja) – A story-telling bard often seen dressed in her drakeskin armor. Enjoys hosting story-telling contests. Does a story telling night at the Skara Brae Faire Grounds on Trammel every other Wednesday night at 6:30 PM PST.
Paburt (Baja) – Ex-clerk of Mendur Marris and Nephew of Treban. Considered to be a friend of Aireen, daughter of Mendur Marris.
Trinity (Baja) – Remember for her good nature, was thought to be moving into Lord Conrad’s Trinsic Mansion(Felucca.)
Thurston (Baja) – A mage of the Order of the Arcane Light, a group that looks for those with the ‘gift’ of magic and uses their powers against those without. Seems to be the origin of the Elementals sent after Flenniel Loak. Is capable of changing form to a dragon and a blood elemental. (Felucca.)
Guildmaster Treban (Baja) – Vesper Fisherman Guildmaster and Uncle to Paburt.
Virgil (Baja) – A monk at Empath Abbey who sells wine and was the seller of a large amount of wine purchased by Flenniel Loak. (Trammel.)
Zar (Baja) – Known as “Zar the Animal Tamer”, and was a quiet man who lived on the eastern side of Britain, in a two-story house near the northern edge by the woods (Felucca.)
Duma (Catskills) – Blacksmith, Owner of The Forgery in Minoc
Tarrant (Catskills) – Founder of the Church of the Black Sun
Fenris (Chesapeake) –
Jerome (Chesapeake) –
Zephram (Chesapeake) – Scientist/Alchemist
Rhysart (Great Lakes) – Hermit
Ben Kahns (Pacific) – Chef, Head chef of The Great Horns Tavern
Omane (Pacific) (slain) – Omane is the Ivory Serpent, who spread fear in the Great Sea for a while, and sunk boats owned by Kahns Imports Inc, killing Ben Kahns‘ father.
Zemaj (Pacific) – A smith in Jhelom
Harris (Sonoma)– Harris’ Finder Services (Missing, presumed dead)
Rowan ( ) – Alchemist
|Special beings (somewhat extradimensional and immortal)|
|Characters from previous Ultimas|
Iolo Fitzowen & wife Gwenno
|Biographical data published in the Town Cryer|