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This is a list of significant characters from Doraleous and Associates.

  • Doraleous and Associates
    • Leader and principal:
    • Associates (work for Doraleous)
      • Drak, dwarf barbarian(?), episodes 1-18 and 25-
      • Mirdon, human wizard, all episodes
      • Neebs, elf archer, episodes 1-29, 45-48 (trial period) and 48-
      • Thesaurus, human archer, episodes 29-40
    • Doubtful Associates (recruited by Neebs but never formally by Doraleous)
      • Ladder Guy, human ladder bearer, episodes 19-22
    • Consultants (work with the company long term but not subordinate to Doraleous)
    • Probably also a consultant (not clear)
  • Friends
    • Allies (fight usefully beside Doraleous and Associates)
      • Testaaclees, human swordsman, generally recognised as the greatest warrior in Nudonia.
      • Ampherny, weakest of the Legapur Nine
    • Not Really Allies (fight beside Doraleous and Associates, but not usefully)
      • Leslie, worst fighter and then champion of the Wetalds
    • Informants (tell them useful things)
      • Harry Pooter
      • The Fortune Teller
    • Not Really Informants (know useful things, but either vague or deliberately unhelpful)
      • The Lady of the Lake, custodian of the Zephyr Blade
      • The strange deadly old man from Mightopolis dungeon
  • Opponents
    • Perpetrators (people with evil plans opposed by D&A, but who have no intention to destroy D&A)
      • The Pyramites
    • Unlimited Objective (start as perpetrators, come to hate Doraleous and Associates and try to kill them)
      • Titanus
      • King Calas
      • Brothers of the Old World
      • The Our Day Gang
      • King Ragthorn of Mightopolis
    • Limited Objective (an obstacle but not trying to kill them)
      • Marty the troll
      • Giligorf
      • The Duke of Welfaré
  • Clients (helped by Doraleous)
    • Aleena, niece of the owner of the Drongo Tavern
    • The Geigh General
    • The Prince and Princess of Hyleria
    • Olga
    • The Wetald King
  • Intended Clients (people Doraleous intended to help but didn't)
    • The Pyramites
    • The King and People of Meh
    • King Norton of Ashbury
  • Other
    • Billiam Wiggledart, acclaimed playwright

Combat Character Classification Edit

Characters can be sorted into categories according to how they participate in combat. These categories aren't mentioned in the story but are sufficiently clear it's probably helpful to list them.

  • Knights or Swordsmen wear armour, though often leaving their arms bare, and wield swords. Examples: Doraleous, Testaclees, Titanus, Sir Walken, Ampherny, Atari
  • Barbarians don't wear much armour and leave their chests bare, they often wield axes. Examples: Drak, Broof, the deadly old man, Varicose?
  • Archers wear little armour and wield bows. These characters tend to have wilderness skills. Examples: Neebs, Thesaurus, The Duke of Welfaré
  • Wizards wear robes and cast spells. Examples: Mirdon, Old World Wizard, Giligorf. Harry Pooter is a trainee wizard but when attacked didn't cast in his own defence.
  • Meelog is in a category of his own: he makes puppets to fight for him.
  • Grunts carry swords, spears or bows and fight in large numbers in battles.
  • Monsters can also fight.
  • Commoners, and typically rulers, don't fight and presumable can't.