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Balance Minor Characters Edit

Brock Thickstone Edit

Jess the Beheader's wrestling partner prior to his offscreen murder.

Chancellor Marlow Edit

Chancellor of the Legato Conservatory.

Craigory Edit

One of the Hammerhead gang, Craigory was involved in the fight at the garage. He has since died.

Death Man Edit

A wrestler from The Boston Live Event. He's an older wrestler, but still very strong, and wears a trench coat, under which he wears baggy pants and a tee shirt with cut off sleeves. He has a skull painted on his face. His entrance music is a bunch of electric lutes, and he has a banner with gothic symbols and a large flaming sword on it. It takes him quite a while to get to the ring. He is probably based on real world wrestler; The Undertaker.

Doug Math Edit

The inventor of mathematics in Faerun, as remembered by Taako and confirmed by Hodge Podge.

Gartholomule Edit

The occasional sidekick of Lucian Buttwatcher, mentioned in The Flophouse Presents: Return of the Hogsbottom Three. He's compared to Sherlock Holmes' sidekick Watson and helped Buttwatcher solve the mystery of Jesse Thorn's death. Gartholomule is said to be half-human, half-mule, but that could have been a joke (especially since mules, horse/donkey hybrids, are sterile).

Gerald the Catwalk Boy Edit

Featured in The Adventure Zone Presents: The Live Boston Stunt Spectacular, Gerald the catwalk boy operates the spotlight from atop the catwalk. He is human and has a voice that sounds like he's going through puberty.

Glymeth Edit

Hekuba's new boyfriend. He has been part of the Coralheart clan for decades.

Hathaway Redcheek-Fangbattle Edit

A halfling woman who is part of the Redcheek cider family and the wife of Jeremy "Scales" Fangbattle. She is Noelle Redcheek's cousin. She loves music, and it forms the bedrock of her relationship with her husband. She is also fiercely loyal to her family and went on a dangerous mission to ensure the safety of her uncle, Darius Redcheek.

Kurtze Edit

An orc youth who the adventurers rescue from slavers. Kurtze was later seen firing an arrow at Gundren Rockseeker and fleeing. It is unknown whether he survived the destruction of Phandalin. He was named after a Twitter user (Scott Kurtz) for whom Griffin deleted the tweet.

Leeman Kessler Edit

He was a half-elf soldier and a Bureau of Balance Reclaimer, who died trying to transport The Oculus back to the Bureau. He was posthumously impersonated by Merle Highchurch.

Nundro Rockseeker Edit

Relative of Gundren Rockseeker, Tharden Rockseeker, and Merle Highchurch. Found dead while heading towards Wave Echo Cave.

Oriana Edit

An Abbess and spiritual leader of The First Monastery. Chose Merle Highchurch to train at the monastery, where she taught him how to use a technique called Parley. Named after Twitter user @oriana_gray.

Orla Edit

A local Orc merc that offered to come along for Davenport's journey.  Her home was destroyed when she was just a child, and she found a new home on the ocean. She was wearing a black duster over a white linen shirt and ratty brown pants, with an eyepatch over one of her scarred-up eyes. She’s large enough to carry what appears to be a moderately-sized ship’s cannon strapped to her back. On her hip is a long cutlass in a plain black scabbard.

Petrilda Edit

A dwarven carnival vendor and fried conjurer who can fry up anything your heart desires. During the first Candlenights celebration in the Balance Arc, she sold fried unicorn horn and unicorn dick to Magnus, although she noted that it was very illegal.

Renée Edit

Renée the Jackhammer Robot is an automaton that lives in Wave Echo Cave. She has jackhammers for arms. She bulldozes Spider Bryan into a pit. She was named after Twitter user Renubals.

Ruby Edit

Ruby was Gundren Rockseeker's dog who traveled with the Adventurers on their trip to Phandalin. Is said to look like two butts. Not heard of since the third episode, presumably obliterated in the apocalyptic glassification of Phandalin. Their name was made up right on the spot. After the events of episode 69, is no longer the only known example of Dog.

Skelly (alias) Edit

Presumably not his real name, Skelly is an employee at Camp Goodfriend. He is a large person who, for his job, wears a costume designed to make him look like a skeletal dragon (but it's really just like a child's skeleton costume from the neck down with spooky skeleton dragon mask on top). He throws foam "fire" balls at camp attendees and can only be beaten by great teamwork.

Spider Bryan Edit

Spider Bryan is a giant actual spider who guards the Dark Elf, Magic Brian. He was killed by Renée the Jackhammer Robot.

Tharden Rockseeker Edit

Relative of Gundren Rockseeker, Nundro Rockseeker, and Merle Highchurch. Found dead while heading towards Wave Echo Cave.

The Aunt Edit

Taako and Lup's unnamed aunt, who taught Taako how to cook, and presumably died when the Red Robes' homeworld was absorbed by the Hunger.

Tom Bodett Edit

In the Plane of Thought, Tom Bodett is an American author, voice actor, and radio host who has been the spokesman for hotel chain Motel 6 for thirty years. In the Realm in which our heroes reside, Tom Bodett is the only (and every) resident of the city of Rockport. He and the other Toms Bodett perform all of the necessary functions of the town, from taking train tickets to hosing off muddy wizards. In every realm, he'll keep the light on for ya.[1][2]

Knights Minor Characters Edit

Lyin' Jack Edit

A children's toy that tells truths and lies in a pattern, and it's up to the owner to try and figure out what that pattern is. Had a spinoff toy called Truthin' Jill that wasn't nearly as successful or popular.

Harv Edit

A guard and member of The Knights of Tyr encountered in the basement of the Magistrate's house. He was charmed by Tom Collins and knocked unconscious by Troth. He loves you.

Todd Edit

The Knight Captain for The Knights of Tyr encountered in the lobby of the Magistrate's house. He was hypnotized by Lenny Manolito, and tricked by Tom Collins, who pretended to be the god Tyr, into revealing the location of the Magistrate.

Commitment Minor Characters Edit

Abbey Edit

An operative of the Do Good Fellowship, belonging to an unknown department. He is present at the mixer, sitting at table four with Pridmore and Dagney.

Dagney Edit

An operative of the Do Good Fellowship, belonging to an unknown department. They were present at the mixer, and sat at table four, alongside Pridmore and Abbey.

Grey Edit

An operative of the Do Good Fellowship, belonging to an unknown department. They were present at the mixer, and sat at table two with Addison and Flanagan.

They were present at the final scene in Episode 4, standing next to Addison, Flanagan, and Mary on the raised platform.

Jonesy Edit

Head of the Do Good Fellowship's Engineering department.

Lid Edit

An operative of the Do Good Fellowship, belonging to an unknown department. They appear outside the center of the Berg, standing next to Jamie and Sylvain.

Litti Edit

An operative of the Do Good Fellowship, belonging to an unknown department. They were present at the mixer, and sat at table three, alongside Sylvain and Jamie.

Pridmore Edit

An operative of the Do Good Fellowship, belonging to an unknown department. They were present at the mixer, and sat at table four, alongside Dagney and Abbey.

Scully Edit

Head of the Do Good Fellowship's Diplomatic's department.

Amnesty Minor Characters Edit

Hollis Edit

The current leader of The Hornets, an extreme sports club that Jake Coolice used to belong to. They restructured the club when they took charge, causing Jake to leave. First appeared in Episode 12.

Jane Newton Edit

Duck's younger sister, presumably 11 years younger than him. He saved her from a dream fire presumably caused by Minerva when Duck was young.

Juno Devine Edit

Juno is Duck's coworker. As a forest ranger in the Monongahela National Forest, she responds to Duck's call in Episode 4.

Mr. Tarkesian Edit

Another one of Duck's neighbors and the owner of the old general store in town. According to Clint, it's reminiscent of the old gas stations/grocery stores/bait shops found in rural West Virginia.

Mrs. Pearson Edit

One of Duck's neighbors, a sweet older lady who was formerly one of Kepler's first female police officers. She still has a protective instinct, and constantly checks up on Duck. However, as Duck clarifies, they watch out for each other.

Pete Edit

Pigeon Wilson's friend who also encountered The Beast in Amnesty Ep. 1.

Dust Minor Characters Edit

Daria Cross Edit

Ex-criminal wizard who attempted to help Errol reverse his transformation, but instead trapped him in a permanently half-transformed state. Nevertheless, the Banshee considers her a traitor and she is now being hidden on Carrion Street.

Deputy Rosa Edit

Second-in-command for Dry River's branch of the Law. She is generally portrayed as nervous and stricken, but to be fair, she's having a rough day. After the climax of the arc, she is declared the new sheriff in town by Errol.

Ellis and Blackwood Edit

A pair of grunts in the Banshee's organization. Ellis is very congenial and was deeply offended when Errol distrusted him. Blackwood never spoke, but was intimidating, and acted as Ellis's emotional support.

Em Edit

A ghost gambler found at the Sterling who witnessed Jeremiah celebrating. Gandy beats her at poker in exchange for questions and, while Em answers good-naturedly, she does try to push for another round of poker and quickly cut Gandy off after the five questions were asked.

Father Dante Edit

Unseen priest at Dry River's Church.

Flint Chittles Edit

Owner of a mining company outside of Dry River that wanted the same property as Parson's Cashew Company, and suspected in the murder of Augustus. Augustus hired Gandy and Errol for that purpose, but Errol, intentionally or not, ruined the investigation.

Garrett Althiser Edit

In Augustus's life, he was a yes-man. In death, a poorly-established line of succession made him the new CEO of Parson's Cashew Company, which Augustus is absolutely furious about.

Jonathan Mathis Edit

Abigail's late-but-not-gone husband, found by Augustus at the Graveyard. He reported that he sensed a spirit pass through, and it was full of confusion and betrayal. He was a Flesh, and this trait was passed on to his daughter, Anne.

Joseph Blackwell Edit

Patriarch of the Blackwell family. After discovering the death of his son and its intention, he ensures that Dylan gets to a doctor and comforts Anne. Days later, he hires the Grayson Agency to find his next heir, his daughter in Crescent City.

Julian Mathis Edit

A son of the Mathis family who, while only mentioned, has a house next to his mother's.

Marcus Edit

The previous owner of the Sterling, who vanished two years ago immediately after Isabella Slate's arrival. He wasn't very nice, so apparently nobody looked into it. Later, it is discovered that he was involved in criminal activities. He is currently locked in a cage in Isabella's basement and used as a Capri-Sun every night.

Marie Jacobs Edit

A Fur who runs the local depot and tries to stay neutral in the Blackwell-Mathis feud. She fondly recalled how Dylan, Anne, and Jeremiah grew up together, but then explained that she was present when Dylan ran out of the bar. She also told Wilder to "grow up" and give Errol a root beer, which was awfully nice of her.

Mr. Silver Edit

A tailor who owns Silver's Linings and was the first to find Dylan with Jeremiah's body.

Tommy Nox Edit

Joseph's second, who accompanies him to the station and brings Dylan to a doctor. He was completely separate from the crime, but the Sheriff's insistence on his innocence causes Augustus to immediately mark him as a suspect.

Wilder Edit

Owner of the Full Moon Saloon. He is an older man and extremely intimidating, but can also be childish, such as refusing Errol a root beer despite his many requests.

References and Footnotes Edit

  1. Tom Bodett's official Wikipedia page notes The Adventure Zone under "In Popular Culture."
  2. Tom Bodett stars in Motel 6's campaign about leaving the lights on.