Ahktar-Drago took [[:yssith-atil]]’s entire litter away from their mother almost immediately after birth for the purpose of experimentation. [[:squirt|His homunculus]] entertained the lone sentient member of the brood for several decades until boredom …
Mertha-Likash travelled with [[:sharta-meklesh]] for a couple of decades before they went their separate ways. When last she heard, he had settled down in the royal court in one of the southern countries.
Sith-Falka has been a merchant in one of the Eastern cities for at least fifty years. He and [[:sharta-meklesh]] are well-acquainted.
Dar-Keteth is an experienced leader of men. [[:sharta-meklesh]] made some attempts to get close to him, but the two became estranged when he was recruited to the effort to restore Ydersius.
When High Priest [[:vyr-azul]] started forming action squads, …
Zif-Tarrin travels a great deal. Though his journeys are supposedly random, he seems to have a knack for bumping into [[:lena-karik]]. Somehow, he always seems to recognize her. Though there's animosity between them, at least from her side, there's also a …
Tira-Brekal is considered by many to be a canny but brutal military leader. Her savagery has earned her an important role in the campaign to restore Ydersius. She was born beneath the Mindspin mountains, and lived in Molthune for a while before journeying …
Khavith finds degenerate serpentfolk distasteful. She enjoys being served by humans.
For a while she was the partner of [[:gethedar]] in the newly formed nation of Molthune, until that country erupted into civil war.
Sskhavo is a tall serpentfolk with a cobra-like hood. His scales are green and marked with numerous scars from his many battles. He is also a devout follower of Ydersius, and longs for the day when his god will return and restore the serpentfolk empire, …
Tassrith is a merchant. She has various personae that she uses to get good deals. One of them is a Kelish human woman named Jahdrak.
Tassrith and [[:akara-jetzii]] have been friends for years, though they have religious differences.
In 4712 Tassrith …