Eliezer is a native-born knight of the Shine and Wild Empire. As soon as he can get over his tendencies toward “textbook generalship,” he will perhaps be the best native-born general in the Empire—a military genius. However, that will probably take a while, since he usually achieves success even with textbook techniques. Continue reading
Henry – Knight and journeyman mage, brother of Batea. Imperial commanders and analysts consider him one of the most likely candidates to revive the Sky Knights’ Order of the Shooting Star after it was dissolved under Duncan‘s leadership. Continue reading
Lauren – A knight of the Empire and a high-level aide to the King in the Imperial Service. She is one of the few “desk knights” to use that as a cover: her position as aide to the King is primarily so that she can be a first bodyguard in his offices, a position she volunteered for to protect the more important aides.
A tall, slender, athletic woman with straight chestnut hair falling to curl around her shoulders. She wears a light chain shirt and either carries a short sword under a thin grey robe or wears it openly at her hip with a costume more suitable for strenuous activity. Her bearing can only be described as “stately,” with an air of determination, but at need she moves smoothly from a calm walking pace to a run. Continue reading
Theodosia – A knight of the Empire, Visiting Scholar, nominally an aide to the Queen in the Imperial Service, and founder of the Empire’s third order of monastic knights.
A thick-set, athletic woman of medium height. Her slightly curled rich blonde hair is cut short and set closely around her head, in a somewhat boyish cut. For much of her career she usually wore a breastplate and chain mail and carried a longsword, but she now eschews armor and wears a simple, usually undyed robe. Continue reading
Vera – A knight of the Empire, one of the Queen’s advisors in the Imperial Service, an aide to Windstorm of the Rivers Kingdom, and a retired brigadier general in the Imperial Army. The first to be promoted in the Fifth War of the Dragon.
A somewhat short, slender woman with wavy brown hair falling past her shoulders. She wears light mail under her fashionable robes, which have her rank insignia on the shoulder. Continue reading
A tall, somewhat thin man with short, untidy black hair over his youthful, nearly always smiling face. He almost always wears armor, usually a breastplate, helmet, and greaves plus chainmail to cover the rest of him, and carries a sword at his hip. Continue reading