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This article lists the characters mentioned or encountered in-game.

Interactable Characters

This section is for characters that the protagonist meets or talks to in-game.

Revachol Citizens Militia

Whirling-In-Rags

Rue de Saint-Ghislaine

Dockworkers' Union

Capeside Apartments

Fishing Village

Dolorian Church

Sea Fortress

Other

Uninteractable Characters

This section is for characters that the protagonist does not meet or talk to in-game, yet are mentioned in text.

Historical Figures

  • Dolores Dei
  • Drysant
  • Ernö Pasternak
  • Filippe II, the Opulent
  • Filippe III, the Squanderer
  • Filippe IV, the Insane
  • Franconegro
  • Frissel the First
  • Guillaume Le Lion
  • Ignus Nilsen
  • Irene La Navigateur
  • Jean Abadanaiz
  • Julia Dobreva

Revachol Citizens Militia

Artists & Writers

  • Abelard ("Un Pays Infernal")[1]
  • Andrew "Andy" Schott ("Wirrâl Unthetered" lead producer)[2]
  • The Antistar (rock star)[3]
  • Arno van Eyck
  • Benita (Pop-Stars magazine model, singer-songwriter)[4]
  • Cecilia Averbrook ("High Speed Love: the Tragic True Life Story of Jacob Irw and Alfie Deletraz")[5]
  • Charette ("Bons baisers d'Insulinde" political concept album)[6]
  • Do Do Chakan ("Psychotronic Stripper", motion picture director)[7]
  • The Etenniers ("Hail Holy Queen")[8]
  • Guillaume Le Million
  • João Paolo Salomao Lopez de Fuego ("The Greatest Innocence")
  • M. Thibault ("The Glinting Curve")[9]
  • Maria Kapaleva/Olga Grebennikova (sexploitation movie actress)[7]
  • Matthias W. Dundas ("Wholeness, Unity, Balance")[10]
  • Moritz Metzger ("The Saddest Pig In The World")[11]
  • Ostentatious Orchestrations
  • Rietveldt (pioneer anodic musician)[12]
  • Pepi Popikarnassos (Paliseum musician)[13]
  • Puncher and Wattmann ("Innocence of Capital")[14]
  • Sulisław Zawisza ("Wirrâl Unthetered" lead designer)[15]
  • Tippe Tijonne (starlet, movie actress from early cinematography)[16]
  • Wertmüller ("The Mega-Structure of History", "Reál and Reality")[17]
  • Yekartina Dahl ("Sixteen Days of Coldest April")

Other

  • Artemitep
  • Barry the Butcher
  • Catelyn Mijanou
  • Edgar Claire
  • Etienne Hogarth
  • Felix
  • Jairzinho
  • Jeanie-Marie Beaulieu
  • Jolie and Jennie
  • La Puta Madre
  • M. Nyflox
  • Marie
  • Martha
  • Maurice
  • Michel
  • Mr. Fabron
  • Õlari Taal
  • Sapormat 'Sport' Knezhinisky
  • Tiberius Hardie
  • Uwe Plattenkalk
  • Zuzanna

References

  1. ECHO MAKER - "And before that, there was Abelard's 'Un Pays Infernal'..."
  2. MAINFRAME - It's a project report written by the lead producer Andrew 'Andy' Schott about 'Wirrâl Untethered', a radio game developed by studio Fortress Accident.
  3. ENCYCLOPEDIA - The Antistar is (or was) a Vespertine rock and roll star, who liked to do drugs. He did so many drugs he eventually mutated -- into a corpse.
  4. FRITTTE CLERK - "Benita. She's a model. Usually it's a model. Or a singer-songwriter. Or a model."
  5. SHELF OF BIOGRAPHIES - Suddenly, a particularly odd title catches your eye. It reads: "High Speed Love: the Tragic True Love Story of Jacob Irw and Alfie Deletraz" by one Cecilia Averbrook.
  6. TRANT HEIDELSTAM - "It's a beautiful piece of text, actually. A singer-songwriter I know -- Charette -- called it a love poem to Revachol on her political concept album 'Bons baisers d'Insulinde'. You should read it. Every local library in Revachol stocks a copy of the decree."
  7. 7.0 7.1 ENCYCLOPEDIA - Alright, here we go -- Ms. Kapaleva (née Olga Grebennikova) was once known as East Revachol's premier vedette and sex symbol. Her role in director Do Do Chakan's sexploitation motion picture 'Psychotronic Stripper' launched her into stardom. She's been voted Most Captivating Woman by La Fayette *three years* running.
  8. GARTE, THE CAFETERIA MANAGER - "*Hail Holy Queen* by The Etenniers. 'Hail holy queen of the sea,'" he quotes. "'You're whirling in rags -- you're vast and you're sad."
  9. WORKING CLASS WOMAN - "I think it was Thibault's 'The Glinting Curve'." She tucks a strand of hair behind her ear. "It was pretty good..."
  10. SHELF OF PARANORMAL BOOKS - Amidst the various books you find one written by someone named Matthias W. Dundas. It's about "Wholeness, Unity, Balance".
  11. ENCYCLOPEDIA - Incidentally, 'The Saddest Pig in the World' is the title of a popular Gottwaldian children's book, written and illustrated by Moritz Metzger. In '26 it received the prestigious *Kritikerpreis* for youth literature.
  12. NOID - "*No one* says Arno van Eyck is a mass murderer. The anodic pioneer Rietveldt is not a mass murderer. He is not accused of mass murder..."
  13. ANDRE - "Oh. Well, it really is him. It's an honest to god van Eyck beat. Well, actually a reworking of a Pepi Popikarnassos track, but let's not get too deep into that whole mess."
  14. STEBAN, THE STUDENT COMMUNIST - "We study all the foundational texts of Mazovian theory, of course. Just last week we finished the second volume of Puncher and Wattmann's 'Innocence of Capital'..."
  15. SOONA, THE PROGRAMMER - "Zawisza, of course..." She relaxes. "Our project lead Sulisław Zawisza. God, he was always so hell-bent on keeping the copy somewhere 'safe'. And feature creep..." she mutters, "and the Valley of the Heads..."
  16. ENCYCLOPEDIA - This is Tippe Tijonne, a starlet from the dawn of cinematography. Less known for her talent, than her tragic, untimely death.
  17. STEBAN, THE STUDENT COMMUNIST - "We've also read Wertmüller's 'The Mega-Structure of History,' and before that, 'Reál and Reality'..."