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This is a list of human characters in the Selenoth universe.

The Ecclesiastical HierarchyEdit

SanctiffsEdit

His Sanctified Holiness Charity IV, formerly Quintus Flavius Ahenobarbus


The Sacred College of CelestinesEdit

  • Giovannus Falconius Valens
  • Gennarus Vestinae
  • Baccius Antonius
  • Paulus Masella
  • Ildebrando Ortognan
  • Mam. Severus Furius
  • Gn. Attilius Bulbus
  • T. Falconius Tigradae
  • Sex. Æmilianus Damasus
  • Carvilius Noctua
  • App. Gennarus Vestinae
  • Petrus Clementus, a Celestine of the cathedra of Mons Celsius
  • Praxidus Domenicus, a Celestine of the cathedra of Sainte Marcellus


The EpiscopateEdit

  • His Excellency Laris Sebastius, a bishop and candidate for an archbishopric
  • His Excellency Nivelet, a Savondese archbishop
  • His Excellency Vincenot, a Savondese archbishop
  • His Excellency Caecilus Cassius Claudo, a bishop and emissary to Elebrion on behalf of the Church


Other clergyEdit

  • Father Aestus, a priest and emissary to Elebrion on behalf of the Church
  • Father Waleran, abbot of the monastery of Saint Dioscurus


The Curian GuardEdit

  • Nonus Sulpicius Deodatus, captain of the third century


The MichaelinesEdit

  • Arnaudus, Grand Master of the Order of St. Michael
  • Hezekius, captain of the Michaeline escort accompanying the emissaries of the Church to Elebrion
  • Zephanus, a Michaeline escorting the emissaries of the Church to Elebrion
  • Ecclesiastus, a Michaeline escorting the emissaries of the Church to Elebrion
  • Claudius Serranus, a Michaeline escorting the emissaries of the Church to Elebrion
  • Habbakus, a Michaeline escorting the emissaries of the Church to Elebrion


The LegionsEdit

Legio XVII, a Valerian House LegionEdit

  • Senior Officers
    • M. Saturnius, Legate
    • A. Crescentius, Tribune Laticlavius
    • Sex. Castorius Spina, Praefectus
    • G. Valerius Fortex, Tribune
    • L. Volusenus, Tribune
    • G. Marcius Tribune,
    • G. Trebonius, Tribune
    • M. Valerius Clericus, Tribune
    • Gn. Junius Honoratus, primus pilus, first centurion of the first cohort
    • T. Falconius, pilus prior, first centurion of the senond cohort
    • V. Sintas Tertius, pilus prior, first centurion of the third cohort
  • Junior Officers
    • Senarius Arvandus, decurion of the first squadron, first knights
    • App. Julianus, decurion of the first squadron, second knights
    • Q. Gavrus, second decurion of the fourth squadron
    • Barbatus, a decurion
    • T. Cassabus, optio, senior ballisterius
    • S. Jovius, a decurion
    • C. Quintilius, a centurion
    • Claudius Didius, first centurion of the eighth cohort
    • Hosidos, a centurion
    • Nebridius, a centurion
    • Marinus, a centurion
    • Lucilius, a centurion
  • Knights
    • L. Dardanus, reguntur, second knights
    • Claudius Hortensis, a knight of the fifth decuria of the second knights
    • L. Orissis, a knight of the fifth decuria of the second knights
    • Leporius, a knight of the fifth decuria of the second knights
    • Ser. Commius, a draconarius
    • L. Dardanus, reguntur
    • N. Aemelius Petrus, a knight
    • Q. Placidus Ulpius, a knight of the eight squadron of the first knights
    • Arcadius, a decurion
  • Legionaries
    • Labeculus, a scout
    • Faberus, scout
    • Sedarius, a medicus
    • Gn. Sextius Baiulus, a legionary
    • Corander, a Baleran slinger
    • Quince De Sorrengis, a legionary
    • Sebelon, a legionary
    • Narbonio, a legionary of the first cohort
    • Father Gennadius, priest of the legion
    • Jeron, a stable slave
    • Deccus, a stable slave


Legio VII, a Valerian House LegionEdit

  • Officers and Legionaries
    • T. Didius Scato, legate
    • Gn. Lucretius Siculus, a tribune
    • Liberius Murillo, an optio
    • Musius Bauto, a centurion
    • Sex. Phobus, an optio
    • Leporius, a legionary
    • Manlius, a legionary
    • Fuscus, an optio ballisterius
    • Clodius Secundus, a ballisterius


Legio XV, a Valerian House LegionEdit

  • Officers and Legionaries
    • L. Gerontius, Legate
    • Tarrisinus Opilian, a tribune
    • Cunctor, a tribune
    • Nobilianus, a decurion
    • Carus, a decurion
    • Paccius Vintius, a legionary
    • Orfitus, a legionary
    • Sex. Phobus, an optio
    • Leporius, a legionary
    • Parthender, an auxilary slinger
    • Orodes, an auxilary slinger


Legio III, a Severan House Legion, also known as FulgetraEdit

  • Senior officers
    • M. Falconius Buteo, Legate
    • App. Mallicus, Tribune Laticlavius
    • A. Severus Aulan, Tribune
  • Officers, legionaries and auxilaries
    • King Taksoni, rebel king of the Cynothii
    • Vestremer, a Cynothii auxilary captain
    • P. Terentius, a knight and draconarius
    • Rufus, a knight
    • Lucarus, a decurion


Other LegionsEdit

  • Quintus Tullius, tribune of Legio VII
  • Quintus Cassianus Vopiscus, Stragister Militum of Legios VI and XIII
  • Lentulus Servilus, tribune of Legio XIII
  • Calvinus, senior centurion of Legio VI


Patrician HousesEdit

House ValeriusEdit

M. Valerius Magnus, Senator, ex-consul (4x), a man of 56 years

  • Family
  • Household
    • Galerus, the majordomus
    • Clodipor, a messenger slave
    • Dompor, a slave-scholar
    • Lazapor, a slave-scholar
    • D. Aulapor, a slave
    • Marcipor, Sextus's body slave

Sex. Valerius Corvus, Senator, Stragister Militum, Dux Duco Bello, Consul Suffectus Aquilae

  • Family
    • Romilia, his wife
    • Ser. Valerius Corvinus, his son
    • Valerina, his daughter
    • Valerilla, his daughter
      • G. Decius Mus, her husband
      • Gaius Decius, her son
      • Decia, her daughter
    • M. Valerius Clericus, his son
      • Father Aurelius, his tutor
  • Household
    • Nicenus, the majordomus
    • Caius Vecellius, the captain of fascitors


House SeverusEdit

A. Severus Patronus, Princeps Senatus, Senator and auctare

  • Family
    • Decia, his wife
    • T. Severus Regulus, his son
      • Volsilla, his wife
    • A. Severus Aulan, his son, a tribune of Legio III Fulgetra
    • M. Severus Tertius, his son
    • Severa, his daughter, a woman of 18 years
    • Severilla, his daughter, a girl of 12 years
  • Household
    • Delmatipor, the majordomus
    • Himcrius, a guard
    • Apidamus, a guard
    • Marsupor, Marcius's body slave
    • Verapora, Severa's body slave
    • Opta Jul, Severa's body slave
    • Domitius, a guard
    • Pomponia, a lady-in-waiting, daughter of Pomponius Mathus

T. Severus Lucullus, Senator

  • T. Severus Septimus, his son
  • A. Severus Serenus, his son
  • M. Severus Gallus, his son

App. Severus Pullus, Senator, urban praetor, provincial governor

  • App. Severus Pullus, his father, ex-consul

S. Severus Structus, Senator, propraetor


Other PatriciansEdit

  • Generals
    • L. Andronicus Caudinus, Consul Aquilae, Legate of Legio XIV, killed In Cynothicum
    • L. Gerontus, Legate of Legio XV
    • II. Falonius Buteo, Legate of Legio III Fulgetra
    • M. Carvilus Maximus, an ex-consul and clausore
    • Durus, Legate of the Legio Civitas
    • L. Favronius, Legate of the Legio Provincia
  • Senators
    • T. Manlius Torquatus, The Consul Civitas
    • M. Fulvius Paetinas, the Consul Provincae
    • M. Carvilius Maximus, an ex-consul and clausore
    • L. Pompilius Ferratus, a senator, author of Lex Ferrata Aucta
    • Q. Falconius Metius, Head of House Falconius and auctare
    • Q. Falconius Rullianus, senator and consular candidate
    • M. Andronicus Aquila, Head of House Andronicus, ex-consul
    • M. Andronicus Declama, senator and consular candidate, succeeded Torquatus as Consul Civitas.
    • App. Appuleius Pansa, senator and consular candidate, succeeded Paetinas as Consul Provincae.
    • V. Crescentius Rufinus, an ex-consul and auctare
    • P. Licinius Dives, wealthy senator
    • P. Decius Mus, ex-Consul Provincae, father-in-law to Valerilla
    • G. Cassianus Longinus, Head of House Cassianus, ex-consul and clausore
    • Lucretius Caecilius, Head of House Lucretius, ex-consul and clausore
    • L. Gaerus Tillius, military commander of House Gaerus and clausore
      • Gaerus Abinus, his father, Head of House Gaerus
    • A. Laelius Flamininus, senator and consular candidate
    • Q. Curius, senator and clausore
  • Other patricians
    • Q. Falconius, a friend of M. Severus
    • G. Maecenas, a patrician
    • Caera, a daughter of House Caerus
    • Falconilla, a daughter of House Falconius
    • Falconatera, daughter of G. Falconius Aterus, friend of Severa. Also called Tera.
    • Q. Fabricius, son of G. Fabricius, ex-consul
    • Q. Sabenius, neighbor to S. Valerius Corvus
    • N. Volsus, a candidate for quastor
    • Lucretius Ponticius, a friend of Corvinus
    • Rubelius Drusus, a friend of Corvinus
    • Gn. Palfurius, a candidate for aedile
    • Gaerus Balbus, a candidate for aedile
    • App. Cassianus Canina, candidate for tribune
    • Sex. Gaerus Frontinus, a deceased author of military history


The Common PeopleEdit

AmorrEdit

  • Gladiators
    • Silicus Clusius, a gladiator of the Blues, a dimachaerus
    • M. Ladrus, Weaponsmaster of the Blues
    • Caladas the Thraex, a gladiator of the Reds
    • Montanus, a gladiator or the Reds, a retarius
    • Ser Borgulus the Bunnyslayer, a gladiator of the Greens, a dwarf
    • Ser Snotshafter Rabbitbane, a gladiator of the Greens, a goblin
  • Plebians
    • Gn. Rabirius, a poet
    • Laevius, a poet, author of the Amorriad
    • Opimius, an equestrian and friend of Corvinus
    • Paetinus Alvus, a city guard commander
    • Hostus Herminius Tubertus, a candidate for tribune


Allied Cities and ProvincesEdit

  • Clautus, a merchant of Medonis
  • Ideneta Venfica, the witch woman of Seijiss
  • Berroga, a messenger to Legio III
  • Opelius Macrinus, a representative of the prince of Oscium
  • King Syrmis I, son of Halos, king of Thursia
  • Opiter Floris Siculo, senator-in-chief of Solacte
  • Corippus Nolens, a Larinii general
  • Herius Obsidius, a Marruvian general


The Kingdom of Savondir and the Seven SeatsEdit

The Royal HouseholdEdit

  • His Royal Majesty Louis-Charles de Mirid XIV, king of Savondir
  • Her Royal Majesty Ingeborg, his wife, the queen
  • Charles-Phillipe, his son, the Red Prince and Duc de Lutèce, also known as Prince Karl
  • Étienne Henri, his son, the Duc de Chênevin
    • Guiheim Donzeau, his wizard
    • Courrat, a courtier
    • Loys, a courtier
  • Jean-Michel, his son, the Comte d'Ainme
  • François de Saintonge, his son, the Comte de Belfrellieu


Haut ConseilEdit

  • Pierre-Gaston Bonpensier, Archbishop de la Royaume
  • Henri de Richette, Bishop de Châlaons
  • Jacque-Rene d'Arseille, Grandmagicien, L'Académie des Sage-Arts
  • Seigneur Antoine de Beaumille, Maréchal de Savonne
  • Seigneur François du Moulin, Chancielier


The Peers of the RealmEdit

  • Philippe-Charles de Mirid, brother to Louis-Charles de Mirid XIV, Duc de Savonne
  • Renauld de Montbélial, Duc de Méridiony
  • Lothar d'Aulon, Grand Duc d'Écarlate
    • Chlodos d'Aulon, his son, Comte de Aumont


L'Académie des Sage-ArtsEdit

  • Sieur Theuderic de Merovich, an Académie battlemage, also Comte de Thôneaux, also known as Nicholas du Mere
  • Seigneur Narcisse de Segraise, an immortel
  • Seigneur Gneur Josce-Robinet, an immortel
  • Seigneur Gabrien de la Poterrie, an immortel
  • Laurent, an Académie battlemage
  • Charles-François, a mage
  • Tycelin, a mage
  • Patrice de Foix, a battlemage
  • Blais Blancas, a battlemage


Nobles and Common People of SavondirEdit

  • the Duchesse de Méridiony
  • Sieur Charibert, a knight, guardian of the Duc de Montrove
  • Huruat, the Lord Admiral
  • Lady Roheis Desmargoteau, the Comtesse de Domdidier, widow of the former Duc d'Aubonne
    • Henriot, a servant
    • Amelot, a lady-in-waiting
    • Maronne, a lady-in-waiting
  • Seineur Saint-Saveuer, the Comte de Saint-Agliè
    • Arnaud, his man
    • Sebastien, his man
  • Gerard de Coucy, Comte de Montbrelloz, captain of cavalry
  • Sieur Osmont, a church knight
  • Sieur Gautier, a church knight
  • Sieur Michel de Platins, a knight
  • Sieur Janequie de Recheusoir, a knight
  • Guermont, a guard
  • Josson, a street thug


Compagnie de FleuranceEdit

  • Capitaine Donnier, captain of the company
  • Le Sergent, sargent of the company
  • Fat Pierre, a mercenary
  • Baldo Bigarse, a mercenary
  • One-Eyed Jaques, a mercenary
  • Slim Shadow, a mercenary
  • The Bastard, armorer for the company
  • Jérôme, a mercenary
  • Denisot, a young recruit with the company
  • Colart, a mercenary
  • Gille la Guillée, a mercenary
  • Heimert, a mercenary
  • Aubelet, a mercenary
  • Alard, a mercenary
  • Loyset, a mercenary


The Dalarn ClansEdit

Skuli Skullbreaker, Chief of the Fifteen Clans, called the Reaver King

  • Family
    • Ingeborg, his wife
    • Brynjolf, his son
    • Fjotra, his daughter
      • Geirrid, a friend and lady-in-waiting
      • Svanhvit, a friend and lady-in-waiting
  • Steinthor Strongbow, a Dalarn warleader
  • Glammad, a Dalarn warrior
  • Asmund Hairy-Arse, a Dalarn warrior
  • Neri, a Dalarn warrior
  • Grenjar, a freed thrall


MalkaniansEdit

  • Ziano, a Tessini guide
  • Jervais, a Savondese merchant operating in Malkan
  • Quadras Aetias, a brothel owner


WitchkingsEdit

  • Ar Mauragh
  • Speer Gnasor/Dauragh, son of Mauragh
    • Cajarc, an Écarlatean sorcerer, teacher of Dauragh

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