Introduced in Book One
Laeka’Draeon is the main protagonist in the Dragon Calling series. With his affable, inquisitive disposition, he exudes an uncommon magnetism to all who cross his path. Due to his memory loss, he is rather naive, but is an eager advocate for knowledge, and quick to learn. Although courageous and committed, Laeka’Draeon has a tendency to act brashly, especially when danger threatens. He can also be careless at times, having no true perception of just how valuable he actually is. Where he assigns value is not in himself, but in others, and as a result he is unshakably loyal.
This strange hemlan boy confronts Laeka’Draeon, compelling him to search for the others of his kind, but giving him little else to go on. He also makes an appearance in Laeka’Draeon’s dreams. Unknown in true intention and origin, and recognised only as “Opal Eyes”, the hemlan seems strongly linked to Laeka’Draeon’s past in one way or another. Whether that connection will be learned in something only the young dragon can discover.
Fargo is a secretive, phantom-like entity, manifested in the shape of a winged reptile. It is the first creature to show no fear of Laeka’Draeon after his awakening, and appears oddly possessive of the young dragon – following him like a second shadow. It is odd in its behaviour and obscure in its intentions, although one thing is certain: it wants Laeka’Draeon to help it find something. Something very important.
Sarcastic, hot-headed and loud, Norf’s disposition is likely to test the patience of everyone who interacts with him. Self-confident and relatively knowledgeable, Norf knows how to enjoy himself, regardless of the situation, even if what he says does not always line up with an optimistic outlook. Although sometimes overbearing and selfish, Norf is steadfast when occasions call for it, and is a trustworthy confidant to all his companions.
Cheerful, caring and graceful, Ubi is the youngest filly in her herd, and heir to the unicorn’s Goldling inheritance. Although naturally inclined towards compassion, Ubi’s self-expression is not always obliging; she has a tendency to be stubborn and has a low tolerance for rudeness and sarcasm. Even still, her predisposition for willful behaviour is also one of her greatest assets as it fuels the perseverance behind her efforts in helping others.
Talented and charismatic from a young age, Belzor is loved by all who know him. His inborn magical prowess and captivating presence has disarmed many a skeptical attitude, and his humility has earned him respect amongst vassals and superiors alike. Child-like at heart, Belzor enjoys simplicity and close companionship. His love of life nourishes his blithe sense of humour, although due to his short attention span, he has a tendency to miscommunicate and forget things he does not consider essential to the moment.
Volten Vagel is one of the Holds most loyal, self-possessed members. His brutal disposition is only outmatched by his cunning and vigilance, which is far superior to that of an average hobgoblin. He was appointed a position within the Hold as First Captain, from which he commands half the ghoshmyl battle mounts. While cruel and unremitting, Vagel also knows the benefits of adaption, alliance and patience, which makes him one of the most lethal warriors under the service of the Hongrin Priest.
Introduced in Book Two
Raised in a strict and sacredly traditional environment, Shifra’s more serious traits were honed to stifling efficiency. Her respect of self is neutral; she considers the life and actions of an individual valuable, but not beyond sacrifice if a greater cause requires it.Despite her frosty disposition, Shifra is sensible, intelligent, and fervent in her beliefs. And once trust is earned, her tenacity and devotion is unshakable.
Governed by a heart of gentleness and a powerful prophetic gifting, Lady Megandel is one of the most beloved and revered monarchs of the present Age. Imbued with the whispered knowledge of the Elder Trees, the faerie queen’s wisdom and heightened intuition is unmatched by any living sovereignty or sage. Though Lady Megandel uses her influence to promote peace across the kingdoms of Valadae, her priority remains with her kin, and the endangered realm they inhabit.
Eloquent, elegant, and serene, Maewren is considered to be—in the shared opinion of many—the poetic epitome of centauride beauty; though due to her modest temperament such compliments have never swayed her to vanity. The daughter of high-standing parents, Maewren pursued the calling as a disciple to the Misht’thurelin to appease her family, but her love and exceptional skill in art and archery are her own.
Full of artless curiosity and cheer, Ghinzel views the world beyond his village as a great adventure waiting to be undertaken. Though naïve to the complexities and deceptions that often plague life, he is no stranger to violence or danger, having been raised in a village surrounded by perilous marshlands. Though he struggles with his sense of worth and adequacy, Ghinzel’s determined and adaptable spirit helps keep him actively striving toward his dream of becoming a renowned “Magician Adventurer”.
Though unassuming and taciturn in nature, Gharth’s adeptness in combat and his ability to accurately read others through tone of voice and body language gives him a subtle and unspoken sway over those in his company. Gharth is an intelligent and observant individual, though there is a deep-seated resentment seething beneath his calm countenance that occasionally seeps through the stern stare of his blood-wood brown eyes. Gharth is a hemlan in pursuit of dangerous secrets, and it is clear he has some of his own.
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