Meet the Cast

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The Dragon
At about four feet long, the Dragon isn’t the most intimidating specimen his kind has to offer. His size is made up for, however, by the unweildliness of his moods. One moment he might be basking in the joy brought on by a pile of dirt that slightly resembles his ancestral home in the mountains, while in the next he’ll probably smash it because the ants aren’t to scale.

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Jezebel
Being born with a facial deformity is never helpful to one’s self-esteem, especially if one is a coming-of-age princess and expected to attract a future king. Luckily, Jezebel has been taught from an early age that beauty isn’t everything, so it’s only occasionally that she is tempted to leap from the next parapet that presents itself.

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King Og the Frabjous
Not everyone is brooding and angsty in this story, really. King Og enjoys his job quite a bit, and though the law requires his daughter to collect a successor to the throne fairly soon, he has no intention of ever actually needing one. He even tries to be a good father when he thinks of it, although his offers to join the amphiptere hunts are usually given a disdainful rebuffing.

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The Minotaur
Possessing the strength of approximately 2.37 men, the minotaur is capable of inflicting a great deal more damage than he usually cares to. Whether his surly yet generally docile manner is related to a certain childhood curse, however, is anyone’s guess.

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The Haystack
Enigmatic and yellow. Also uncharacteristically verbal.