"I like NPCs with secrets!" - Chris Perkins
Non-player / Guest characters
This is a list of the NPCs that played a significant role in the story. *Warning* there are spoilers in the descriptions.
Ireena Kolyana is the adopted daughter of the burgomaster of Barovia (in the official module, when she was younger she fled a wolf attack on her brother Izek Strazni and was lost to her birth family. In DCA, an adapted version of this backstory is given to Strix instead). She is also the reincarnation of Count Strahd's old love interest, Tatyana. The vampire lord has already begun trying to convert and seduce her, however she is resisting. In DCA, she is an experienced fighter and helps the party. She is accidentally killed when Strahd attempts to escape with her on his flying steed, and Strix freezes her in place so that she falls to her death.
Madam Eva is an old Vistani fortune teller who gave the Waffle Crew clues about where to find the artifacts and guide that will help them defeat Strahd. A randomly chosen CoS Taroka card was actually mailed to each of the cast and revealed on the air, to simulate the way the adventure is meant to be randomly designed. In the official module, Madam Eva is revealed to be Strahd's half sister, and other Ravenloft sources credit her with being the one who established the Vistani's alliance with Strahd. Official sources attribute her great age to being part of a Vistani clan that exists outside of time. When the Waffle Crew travel back in time to just before Strahd's conversion, a figure resembling Madam Eva named 'Madam Katarina' is seen advising Strahd. It is hinted that she might be the same person, with Evelyn mentioning the name Eva to her, and the seer remarking that she would keep that name in mind. Izek later tells the Crew that Eva read a fortune for Lady Wachter that told them where to find the Crew in the Shadowfell, and that Mr. Shambleface might be useful to Strix.
Falkon Targolov is played by Chris Trott of Hat Films and D&D High Rollers. He is part of the original CoS adventure as a wereraven scout who keeps an eye on the old BoneGrinder. In DCA, he is also given the background of having had a close relationship with Escher, before the latter was turned into a vampire spawn some time before the events of the series. First appearing in episode 4, Falkon guided the Waffle Crew in his raven form, only revealing his lycanthropy after they reached the mill. His constant form shifting required him to shed his clothes, resulting in humorous situations. Afterwards, he separated from the party, only to return to rescue Paultin from Strahd's castle with the plan to turn him into a wereraven, but Paultin persuaded him instead to carry him out of Ravenloft in his hybrid form. Falkon died after being shot out of the air by Ezmeralda's silver crossbow bolts, with Paultin landing on top of him. When the Crew stumble upon his corpse later, Diath's ghoulish curse causes him to start gnawing on it unintentionally. Escher later places the corpse in a coffin and is shown caressing it.
Deeadra (Dee to her friends), played by Erika Ishii of Geek & Sundry, is a character who is not mentioned in the CoS module, but serves as an ally to the Waffle Crew and a means for them to be introduced to van Richten, who is hiding under the name Rictavio. Dee is also under cover as the 'strong woman' member of Rictavio's circus. She builds a close friendship with Evelyn. Erika was present in costume as Dee during TwitchCon 2016's live broadcast of episode 24. She was last entrusted to watch over Paultin and keep him from following the rest of the Crew and van Richten--who asked that Paultin stay behind. However Paultin reappeared, and Dee's fate was left unknown, although it was hinted during the sock puppet special that she is still alive.
Rudolph van Richten is medical doctor who turned to the path of clerical devotion and monster hunting after his son was changed to a vampire and van Richten was forced to kill him. Chris Perkins imitates Anthony Hopkin's Hannibal Lecter character to voice him. In other Ravenloft lore but not mentioned in the module, van Richten drew the attention of a lich and nearby zombie horde and led them to the Vistani who had sold his son to the vampire, causing their slaughter and himself to be cursed. In the official lore, the curse leads to the death of any of his allies, but in DCA he additionally reveals that the curse gives him "dreams that come true". In DCA, the camp of slaughtered Vistani turned out to include Paultin's family, though it is not explained how Paultin survived. Paultin threatens van Richten on multiple occasions, but has not been able to bring himself to kill him. When the Waffle Crew first meets him, he is concealing himself from Strahd's spies as Rictavio, the circus ringleader in Vallaki. He later reveals his knowledge of ancient Vistani rituals by helping the crew prepare Mr. Shambleface to trap Strahd, and later to transfer St. Markovia's blessing from Evelyn to Diath and Strix. Despite being blinded by the second ritual, he was fully healed when he reappeared to the Crew after they had been drawn into a new domain of dread. He was able to give advice and aid in defeating both the dread lord Videer and the demons and devils that accosted the Crew. Paultin then showed his thanks by casting banish on him.
Ezmeralda d'Avenir, played by Mark Hulmes from D&D High Rollers, is a Vistani adventurer who allied herself with van Richten and became his student in monster hunting for a time. As the module does not include his role in the Vistani slaughter, the explanation is given that Ezmeralda allied herself to him due to remorse for her family's role in the death of his son. In DCA, it is not explained why she left van Richten, only that her wagon of supplies is still at his tower, and she is actively searching for him. She is the ally that was foretold by Paultin's Taroka card to be necessary for defeating Strahd. However, she was captured by Strahd and turned into a vampire. Although she killed Falkon, she was able to resist Strahd's thrall enough to help Paultin escape and later help the Crew confront the vampire lord. Paultin killed her with the Sunsword at her request.
Arabelle Zarovan, played by Liisa Lee of the How We Roll Podcast, is a young seer and the niece of Arrigal, the leader of an evil band of Vistani. Her powerful bloodline makes her a prime target for the ritual to activate Mr. Shambleface and trap Strahd. Although Arabelle was friendly to them, and her father had richly rewarded the Crew for rescuing her from her drunken kidnapper, when Diath realizes they have no other option he kills Arabelle for her blood. Simon briefly befriended Arabelle before her death, and starts shadowing the Crew after he finds her dead.
Izek Strazni is the older tiefling half-brother of Strix, who like her, was summoned away from the Skizziks family in Sigil when they were very young and brought to Barovia[5,6] by the Wachter family. The Vistani kidnapped both him and Strix to bring them back to Sigil, but Izek escaped and found his way to the burgomaster of Vallaki, who took him in. Izek became a firm supporter of the burgomaster, acting as his enforcer and an enemy of the Wachters. Izek has an enlarged demonic right arm that can shoot fire, and has a reputation as an evil brute. In the official DCA module, he is actually the brother of Ireena who was attacked by wolves that bit off his arm. In that version, he is also taken in by the burgomaster of Vallaki and becomes his lackey, but one day he wakes up from a drunken stupor to find his missing arm replaced by a fiendish one. He vaguely remembers Ireena and becomes obsessed with recovering her, ordering dolls to be made in her likeness. Similarly, in DCA when Strix reveals to Izek that she is his sister, he declares that they will never again be separated, and also starts a doll collection. He kills Diath by hanging him, and when the Crew returns to Barovia, he calls Diath a 'Lorcatha' and specifically targets him. When the Crew run into him again in the Shadowfell, he is missing his demonic arm, and claims that it had been ripped off when he grasped the Crew's carriage in Barovia. He explains that with the arm gone, he was released from its evil influence and now wants to redeem himself. He broke into the dwarven vaults and retrieved Mr. Shambleface because Eva foretold it would help Strix. Strix later interrogates him about what he knows regarding the Skizziks and Lorcatha families, and when he insists that Strix and Diath cannot be together, she turns him into a spider and leaves him behind.
Lady Fiona Wachter is the head of the noble Wachter family since the passing of her husband (who she keeps in a preserved state in their bedroom). Their family have old ties to Strahd, who trusted them with the bones of the traitor Leo Dilisnya who tried to assassinate him (when the Waffle Crew go back in time, they have the chance to meet both Leo and his mother). Fiona claimed to be Strix's aunt (Madam Eva revealed to Strix that she had a brother, aunt and cousins in Vallaki), and said that she knew her mother, who was a "lovely woman", although she also described Strix's fiendish features as "beautiful". Fiona told Strix that she had planned to raise her as her own daughter, and that she envied her infernal blood. She later revealed that she was a cultist and practiced devil worship, and told Strix that "a deal was wrought to make you". Strix escaped from her and led Izek into her basement, where he went on a rampage. Fiona later received a reading from Madam Eva that caused her to reconcile with Izek and have him recover Mr. Shambleface from Gauntlgrym to help Strix. Izek revealed that Fiona was interested in the lore behind the Skizziks and Lorcatha feud, and that she possessed books about them.
Rahadin is a dusk elf that serves as Strahd's chamberlain. In Ravenloft lore, Strahd tried to seduce and convert the sister of the dusk elf Kasimir, but rather than allow it, their clan killed her. In revenge, Strahd sent Rahadin to slaughter all the female dusk elves to doom their race. When he ran into the DCA cast, he at first used the identity of Kasimir to befriend them (although the cast would refer to him as "ass smear"). Anyone standing next to him would hear the ghostly screams of his many victims. When the Crew traveled to the past, they handed the Tome of Strahd to Rahadin to try and sway him to their side. Instead, he burned the book to try to protect Strahd, a move that enraged his master and caused him to be banished.
Archmage Exethanter, otherwise known as "barmy the lich", is an amnesiac undead wizard who encourages visitors to the Amber Temple to share in its dark lore. The Crew found him wandering the halls, but luckily he was friendly towards them and helped them past the Temple's guardians. Strix was later able to copy the spell 'remove curse' from Exenther's magic spellbook and cure Evelyn of lycanthropy. He also revealed to Diath that the Dark Powers trapped in the amber sarcophagi might grant a gift to return Strix to life.
Escher is a vampire spawn of Strahd's who serves as one of his consorts, although he has been feeling neglected lately. In DCA, he is revealed to have had a close relationship with Falkon prior to his conversion. When Paultin is summoned to Ravenloft, Escher takes a sudden romantic interest in him. Paultin convinces Escher to let him escape. When he is summoned to Ravenloft a second time, Escher becomes his guide, explaining the intent of the Dark Powers and secretly hinting to Paultin that after he weds the golem bride and the ritual is out of the way, he and Escher will be free to be together. However, he is also seen caressing Falkon's decomposing corpse, which he has encased in a coffin, and says that revenge will soon be theirs. Thankfully, the ceremony is interrupted and the Crew rewrite the past, therefore the fate of Escher is currently unknown.
Mordenkainen, played by actor Sam Witwer, is a famous high level wizard from another world who found himself trapped in Barovia. He is mentioned several times by NPCs in DCA as a foreign wizard who led the townsfolk in a failed revolt against Strahd, which resulted in him falling over a cliff. There are also rumors of a mad wizard roaming the area (the rumors don't necessarily say this is the same man). Mordenkainen's madness is depicted by Sam as references to old D&D jokes such as the need for 10 foot poles and players tying themselves together with rope for safety. The Crew have trouble saying his name and refer to him as "Murdy Kurdy". After helping them defeat Strahd, he disappears into the forest in the form of an elk. When the Waffle Crew are pulled back into Barovia, Mordenkainen leads the townsfolk and wereravens on a raid that interrupts the wedding between Paultin and the flesh golem. His fate is currently unknown.
Emil Toranescu, played by Aram Vartian of Godsfall, is a werewolf imprisoned in Ravenloft's dungeons at the same time as Paultin. They form a brief alliance to escape, and although Emil takes no damage from normal weapons as they battle their enemies, Paultin doesn't realize at the time that Emil is a werewolf. Emil takes a different exit, and the Crew don't see him again until Emil and his mate Zuleika intercept them fleeing Barovia to warn them that their pack is coming after them to recover Mr. Shambleface. Emil turns Evelyn (again), Paultin and Diath temporarily into werewolves to neutralize the pack's advantages as they battle. Afterwards, Emil and Zuleika leave to presumably take over their pack, saying they will tell the others that the Crew are now dead to keep them off their trail.
Strahd von Zarovich is the ruler of Barovia and the one who drew the Waffle Crew through the mists and into his lands. After several encounters with members of the Crew, they finally succeed in trapping his soul in an effigy (in the original timeline), which was given to Drizzt to store in dwarven vaults for safekeeping. However, Izek was told by Fiona that Strix might need the effigy, so he traveled to Gauntlgrym to retrieve it. Strix took possession of the doll for only a brief time before it was stolen from her by the shadar-kai assassins. Somehow it ended up in the attic of the Rosznar estate and Strahd was released. He attempted to start a relationship with the ghost of Lady Margaster, but was attacked by hunters, and the Crew ultimately destroyed him. However, when the Crew had previously traveled to Barovia's past, they interrupted the deaths of Strahd's brother Sergei and Tatyana, and his bloodlust was held at bay for a time. His new fate in the altered timeline is unknown.
Sir Godfrey Gwilym is a cleric/knight who was a member of the Order of the Silver Dragon, who were wiped out by Strahd's forces. Per Ravenloft lore, he returned as a revenant to the knights' headquarters of Argynvostholt, who along with other members of his band, are bound by unrest as long as the skull of their former patron, the silver dragon Argynvost, remains in Strahd's castle. Although the Waffle Crew never met him on their trip to Argynvostholt, in the alternate timeline when most of the Crew are killed, Sir Godfrey befriends Strix during her 50 years alone. He accompanies Strix and her other friends as they travel to the cemetery and use the gifts of the Dark Powers to revive Paultin, Diath, Evelyn and Juniper. He continues to accompany them out of Barovia and onto Xandala's airship. The Crew teleport away from an approaching dragon without him, but Strix polymorphs him into an albatross so that he can escape. He hinted that if he dies again, he will simply reanimate in another body. His current fate is unknown.
Storm King's Thunder NPCs
Zog Splintershard is a dwarf mountaineer whose lower legs were replaced by stilts. He finds the Crew after they escape Barovia and tries to guide them to the dwarf city of Citadel Adbar. He has a message for the dwarf king, but dies before passing it on (the dwarves at Adbar later surmise that it has to do with the Ring of Winter). Diath uses his one-time resurrection ability granted by the Dark Powers to bring him back to life, but then he dies again shortly after.
Drizzt Do'Urden is a chaotic good-aligned drow fighter/ranger from the Forgotten Realms adventures who made an appearance in DCA, helping to rescue the Crew from Emil's pack. Chris Perkins voices him with a Bostonian accent. He revealed that he was searching for Jasper Dimmerchasm's lost party, who had been entrusted with spying on the Fire Giants' activities. He agreed to take Mr. Shambleface to Gauntlgrym to keep it safe.
Lafaria is a dryad voiced by Satine Phoenix of Maze Arcana: Sirens of the Realms. She was described as a tall humanoid figure with twigs coming out of her head and body, who emerged from her tree when the Crew tried to nail a message into it. Her tree looks like a giant sycamore, and is perched above a cave. She and the Crew fight a band of hill giants but Lafaria doesn't survive. Before she dies, she grants a boon to Strix that allows her to polymorph a limited number of times.
Krak Dragonspore is the name of a bodyguard loaned to the crew by the head of the Bronzefire clan. He was covered head to toe with a set of black magical armor that could make him invulnerable to nonmagical damage for a time. After he was left alone fighting a band of Yakfolk, the Crew returned to find his abandoned set of armor. They later realized that he was a dao (earth genie) named Kaharik, and were able to trap him in an iron flask that forces extra-planar beings to obey the owner's will for one hour upon release. Upon their return from Ironslag, the Crew commanded Kaharik to reveal the Bronzefire clan's traitorous plans to the dwarf king. Strix later commanded Kaharik to chase after a dwarf who had ambushed the team to steal the flask, but she never specified that he return, and his whereabouts are now unknown.
Harshnag the Grim, played by Joe Hills, is a heroic frost giant who was banished from his clan for being too soft. He has a giant hawk named Dodbyrd who he can somehow communicate with. In DCA, Krak leads the crew to Harshnag's tower, but they discover it taken over by Yakfolk. After clearing the tower, Harshnag follows the Crew to Ironslag, helping to distract the Yakfolk living in a village situated before the entrance. A Yakfolk shaman summons an earth elemental that Harshnag tries to toss over a cliff, but both end up falling over the edge. He is presumed dead, but Dodbyrd continued to help the Crew, until it was shot out of the sky by Kozin.
Speliotha and Veriwell were slaves of the Yakfolk, freed by the Crew. Speliotha befriended Evelyn, but was killed by one of the Yakfolk. Evelyn recovered a magical flamesword from one of the Yakfolk, and intended to name it after her dead friend, but botched the name so that it is now called "the heart of Spinelli". Veriwell rewarded Diath with a magical luckstone in the shape of a cat that was given to her by her adventuring brother, Eliberry. While she was a prisoner, she had to hide it up her butt so that it wouldn't get taken from her. The Crew henceforth mockingly call it the "butt rock".
Kozin Xorlarrin is a drow fighter played by author Sam Sykes, who was sent with a party of other drow to negotiate a deal with the fire giants in exchange for the drow's magical iron flask. The flask had a fire primordial trapped inside, which the giants needed to power their forge. Kozin, who had a tattoo of a spider over his face, had a secret agenda to sabotage the deal so that his cousin Veerith got the blame and would be rejected as a priestess of Lolth. The drow walked in on a battle between the fire giants and the Crew, and Kozin took advantage of the confusion to help the Crew, as it served his purpose. He continued to help them recover the flask, then escaped Ironslag on his own after Diath freed the primordial. He later reappears in Waterdeep, telling the Xanathar he will hunt down the Crew for it, but is actually on a mission to kill the Xanathar's drow ally, Nar'l Xibrindas. He leads the Crew to the Xanathar, then escapes when the battle seems to go poorly.
Lilith Lucena is a tiefling bard played by Allie Gonino of Girls, Guts, Glory, who joined the cast in costume for the live Stream of Annihilation episode. Lilith is an unwilling servant of an ancient dark entity, and the evil witch Gotsaga wants to protect her from a band of misguided Morninglord worshipers who are hunting her. Gotsaga sends Lilith a message to wait for van Richten's aid, and he convinces the Crew to help him protect Lilith. The Crew do so, killing the priestess Sibyl and her followers, although they are still not perfectly clear on whether the deed is good or evil. Lilith is the first to explain to the Crew about the Soulmonger and the nature of the death curse.
Shemeshka the Marauder is a fox-like arcanaloth, a type of wizard fiend that collects knowledge. She resides in Sigil, and has had dealings with Diath's ancestor Dareth, forging the magical shortsword Gutter for the Woodrow bloodline. She also at one point tried to purchase Strix when she was a child. Due to the pact with his family, Shemeshka will appear any time one of Diath's mysterious keys is inserted into Gutter, and answer three questions that are within her scope of knowledge. She then wants the key returned. She made an additional deal with Diath to transport the Crew and their allies to Chult when their airship was being attacked by Klauth. In exchange, Diath was placed under a geas to recover a book of spells and a pair of spectacles from Mr. Fox, who resides within the Tomb of Annihilation. Strix later removed the geas to prevent Diath from being killed, speaking aloud to reassure Shemeshka (who she assumed was watching) that they would still bring her those items (which they later had the Sewn Sisters collect for them, but have yet to give to the arcanaloth). To teleport Diath to the ticking force bomb in time to stop it, Diath made a new deal with her for a future unspecified favor. The hags revealed that Shemeshka could be controlled by someone who knew her true name, and that she had a piece of Diath's soul in a box as her price for mediating the Ashtown Concordance.
Xandala is an airship captain and sorcerer played by creative artist Dani Hartel, who owns a small pseudodragon named Summerwise. She is a member of the Harpers, a band of noble spies and informants who try to bring fairness and equality to the world. In DCA, she infiltrated a band of the Cult of the Dragon and is leading them to the frost giant village of Kronenheim, where they think Artus Cimber may be hiding with the Ring of Winter. Although Xandala's mission is to get Artus to give up the ring, Xandala secretly wants it for herself, thinking she would be a fair ruler of the world. She spots the Crew after they exit Barovia the second time, and offers to give them a ride. When the Cult summons Klauth the red dragon, the Crew and Artus teleport away from the airship, leaving behind Sir Godfrey and Xandala. Xandala is killed, although the fates of Sir Godfrey, Summerwise and the airship are unknown. Xandala has a twin sister named Wandala who works for the Zhentarim, a faction opposing the Harpers.
Klauth is an ancient red dragon nicknamed "old Snarl", who was first revealed in Chris Perkins' multiverse when the Acquisitions Incorporated team flew over his lair in their battle balloon. Klauth let them go after they tossed all of their magical items to him, but he was "so infatuated with their airship that he actually built one of his own, [which] appeared in...Dice, Camera, Action...[and] they met the crew of the ship". Klauth likes to strap wands to his wings to give himself extra firepower, even though his breath weapon is already fairly deadly. Like all dragons, he also has a love of magical items, and he is pursuing the Ring of Winter because it is "raw elemental power, like me. We have much to learn from each other". After being grievously injured, Klauth escapes without the Ring, but is pursued by Bag of Nails in the battle balloon.
Artus Cimber is a heroic NPC from Forgotten Realms lore and an ally of the Harpers who recovered the Ring of Winter from the lost city of Mezro in Chult. During his former adventures, Artus met his wife Alisanda and befriended Dragonbait. In DCA, he is aware of Xandala's secret motives towards the ring, and refuses to entrust it to Paultin despite the latter's intense desire to use it to summon ice creatures. Artus warns them that the ring is evil and will attempt to take control of its wearer, and he is occasionally noted to intentionally not be wearing it. Although he accompanies the Crew to Chult, when they are ambushed by the Zhentarim, he realizes that his presence is drawing unwanted attention to them, and asks Dragonbait to guide the Crew instead. The Crew later encounter Artus in the jungle under the sway of the ring. They are forced to kill him, and his last words are for Alisanda to avenge him. Paultin then took the ring.
Chultan / Shadowfell NPCs
The Sewn Sisters are a coven of three disturbing night hags (Widow Groat, Peggy Deadbells and Baggy Nana) who placed evil soul larvae into Diath, Paultin and Strix through a 3-night ritual to complete a contract brokered by Shemeshka (using a scroll and magical ink from Baba Yaga). As a peace offering, Strix had also baked the hags pies, adding into them hair she took from herself, Diath, and Paultin. The hags used the hair to make evil clones (otherwise known as the Awful Crew) set loose on Port Nyanzaru under the supervision of their imp familiar, Umpox. On escaping the Shadowfell, the Crew found themselves in the Sewn Sisters' lair. The hags offered to do three favors for the Crew--retrieving Mr. Fox's spectacles, Shemeshka's book, and a resurrection scroll for Evelyn--in exchange for more hair to make other clones. They also tried to persuade Strix to bear a hag child for them, but Diath refused to let her, despite their additional offer to reveal Shemeshka's true name or retrieve the piece of Diath's soul she had hidden away.
Lerek Dashlynd is a human spy in Port Nyanzaru representing a wealthy outside agency interested in Chult. He offers the Crew a ship in exchange for a map showing the exact locations of Omu, Nangalore and Orolunga. Although Diath had been carefully charting their journey through the jungle and even the Shadowfell, it wasn't until after they returned to Port Nyanzaru that he remembered that they hadn't yet been to Nangalore. As a result, Lerek was only able to book them passage on the Brazen Pegasus, a ship heading to Waterdeep.
Dragonbait is a saurial (dinosaur-like being from another world) paladin and friend of Artus Cimber, who guides the Waffle Crew through Chult as a favor to him. His species communicates through high-pitched sounds that normal beings can't detect, with their emotions also expressed as particular scents. He has bravely put himself in danger multiple times to protect the Crew and their allies, although the players often forget that he is among them. He is usually left in charge of the Crew's pets when they investigate something dangerous. He was left behind at the ruins of an Omu cemetery with Waffles (who ran after the Crew), Eighteen, and the surviving vegepymies when the Crew left for the Shadowfell, with Diath advising him not to wait for them, and just make his way back to Port Nyanzaru. According to Chris, "Dragonbait and “18” are somewhere in the heart of Chult. I’m 72 percent sure they’re fine".
Umbril is a half-orc female cleric of Torm who accompanies the Crew from Port Nyanzaru to the Order of the Gauntlet's settlements in the jungles of Chult. She is attended to by her goblin steward, Chumba. She and Evelyn have an amusing rivalry regarding the strength of each others' god. Umbril is left behind at Fort Vengeance where she was assigned.
Chumba is a batiri goblin (greenish yellow skin, large pointed ears, halfling-sized, native to Chult) voiced by Anna's ex-husband, Geoff Robinson. He is loaded with a ladder, pans, rope, and other supplies, and is easily scared, especially by dolls. Dragonbait becomes very protective of him, and Chumba likewise likes to stay near the saurial because he frequently smells of ham (despite it being a sign of danger). Chumba dies after he and his brother fall off a tall tower in a collapsing cave, with his brother using his body as a cushion.
Wumba is Chumba's brother, voiced by Holly's ex-husband Ross O'Donovan. He never knew what had happened to Chumba, so when he saw him in the company of Umbril and the Crew, he assumed he was their prisoner and attacked, dabbing when he sensed victory (which became his signature move). After the situation was cleared up, Wumba and Chumba tried to help the Crew get past a rival tribe of goblins, battle zombies, and make it through a trapped dungeon. Unfortunately, as the Crew triggered the collapse of the dungeon and left the goblins behind, Wumba and Chumba fought as they fell off a tall ledge, with Wumba literally coming out on top and surviving. Paultin revealed Wumba's role in Chumba's death to the rest of the Crew, and they refused to let him stay with them. As a warlock servant of Dendar the Night Serpent, Wumba was later able to use his powers to desecrate a patch of ground and cause it to summon an image of Dendar whenever Strix fell asleep. Wumba ended up getting eaten by Waffles. Evelyn was later pulled into one of Dendar's nightmares and was confronted by three copies of Wumba, one of which she managed to convert to Lathandar, but another took advantage of the distraction to start the force bomb's countdown.
Kerrek the human paladin is a character voiced by author Patrick Rothfus, who also played him on the show Critical Role. Although he had died in that series, Chris Perkins created a twist where he was brought back to life and somehow appeared in a supply crate sent to Fort Vengeance. He helped the camp and the Crew fight off a hoard of invading undead, as well as a Mercykiller who had come after Strix. After they jumped into a portal that took them to Sigil, Kerrek and the Crew defeated the Mercykiller and its robotic minions. Rather than return to their world, Kerrek told them he would stay in Sigil after he learned there might be people there who could raise the dead. His fate is currently unknown. Pat later elaborated that, Kerek had "given up the adventuring life" to take care of his small town, but briefly helped Critical Role in a few fights, and after he appeared in DCA, he kept "asking a couple of questions, 'cause something happened that screwed him up real bad, and nobody knows what it is except for me, but he's really looking for some answers and he doesn't know where to find them.... I kind of wonder will Kerek ever find what he's looking for," and that even if Pat might have an idea for how it might end, "It's not real unless it happens at a table with somebody." 
Chwingas are masked nature spirits of Chult who befriend Paultin at the ziggurat of Orolunga (he is the only one who sees them), and help him solve the puzzles to reach the guardian naga Saja N'baza (which the Crew refer to as the snake-person 'Snerson'). The naga grants Paultin a magically enhanced perception which possibly allows him to further connect with the Chwingas. They give Paultin magic poison-resistance nuts to protect the Crew from the poison of the yuan-ti, and later help fight the dragon Klauth (albeit not very effectively).
Xopa is an old tortle bard voiced by Mark Hulmes, who the Crew ran into while he was wandering the world on his final adventure. He encouraged them to share the story of how they met, and being in his presence also seemed to trigger the Crew to be more open and share their feelings with each other. The next morning as they awoke in their campsite, all they could find of him was a note and the tortle's staff. It is unknown whether he is still alive.
Bag of Nails is an old Tabaxi ranger/warrior, played by voice actor Matthew Lillard. It is implied several times that he is mentally unstable, and he licks Simon and Paultin (calling them his sons) and pierces Diath with a rusty nail to make a blood bond with him. He is also on a mission to have a glorious death, and is excited by the opportunity to fight the red dragon Klauth. Even though Matthew takes every opportunity to have him killed, Bag of Nails amazingly survives the encounter, and is last seen chasing after the dragon in the Acquisitions Incorporated battle balloon. He is also present when Jim Darkmagic's clone awakens in the hull of the airship, and invites him to chase the dragon with him. The clone is later traded to a pit fiend in hell to spare the real Jim.
Miranda Moonwhisper is a true-neutral elf druid (Circle of Dreams) with a kleptomanic obsession for magical items, played by Rachel Seeley from Girls, Guts, Glory. She had befriended a tribe of vegepygmies and their leader, Celery, who aided the Crew against the frost giants trying to steal the Ring of Winter. She was in search of her tiefling warlock and a halfling rogue companions, who were captured by yuan-ti while in search of Ras Nsi and a way to end the death curse. She quickly made friends with Evelyn as she began summoning flowers and they bonded over their shared love of beautiful things. Paultin tried to show off his team's pets as being more useful than the vegepygmies, drawing Miranda's ire. But she was also aware of the Ring as a powerful elvan artifact with a flaw that manifested as a malevolent personality, so she kept a watchful eye on him. She also shared with the Crew a hidden entrance to Ras Nsi's palace that the vegepygmies revealed to her. After finding one friend converted to a yuan-ti (who Evelyn was forced to kill) and the other friend sacrificed on a yuan-ti altar (whose ring of the ram she appropriated), Miranda offered to stay and help the Crew destroy the Soulmonger. When Paultin was revealed to have been taken over by the Ring, she chose to stay with the Crew out of a sense of guilt for her peoples' role in creating it. In the Shadowfell, she fell under the magical despair that nothing she did mattered. When Strix briefly managed to stop time, Miranda withstood its effect and was able to take the ring from Paultin. The Shadar-kai agreed to let her get away with it in exchange for some of her magical items, but also convinced her to leave behind the Crew and accompany them north. Realizing they were sociopaths, Miranda ditched them and hid, creating the ice construct Gwyneth to help her steal books to learn how to destroy the Ring. A shadar-kai magician they had befriended then betrayed them and took the Ring to Waterdeep, with Miranda and Gwyneth following and witnessing a battle for it between Paultin, Manshoon and Alisanda. Miranda admitted that she and Gwenyth were in love, and hopes the Blackstaff can eventually polymorph her so she can survive the destruction of the Ring. Miranda also managed to pry off Manshoon's magical gauntlet and is keeping it in her possession, despite noticing it moving.
Eighteen is the racing triceratops bought by Omin Dran as a present for Jim Darkmagic in the PAX West 2017 Acquisitions Incorporated episode. After winning the race, they carried Eighteen along with them to Omu, since Jim enjoyed riding him. However, after triggering a curse, the Acquisitions Incorporated team and Eighteen all lost a few decades of age, and Eighteen shrunk to the size of a suitcase. He became separated from them, then found his way to the Crew. The baby dinosaur recognized Strix and was attracted to Dragonbait's scents, but triggered a jealous reaction from Waffles. Paultin used the ring to make an ice-copy of him, which Diath named "Iceteen". Eighteen was eventually left behind under Dragonbait's care.
Lovardo Provalone and Nariciana Houdini are dusk elves who were drawn to the Shadowfell, otherwise known as shadar-kai, who serve the Raven Queen. They both collect things "to keep their sanity"--Lovardo likes shiny trinkets while Nariciana likes carving off faces and storing them in her bag. Lovardo hinted that they have secret assignments, and it is revealed that they murdered Lord Niall's family. Lovardo enjoys drinking alcohol, and formed an instant bond with Pautlin. Despite the initial threat to carve off his face, both assassins agreed to help Paultin deal with the Crew. They later accompanied Miranda north after she took possession of the ring. Lovordo was last seen carrying Mr. Shambleface, which Paultin had warned him not to damage.
Lord Niall ran across the Crew when they were tracking down Paultin in the Shadowfell. He was riding a sickly horse and wore a burlap sack over his head to hide the fact that his face was carved off. He sought the shadar-kai assassins to avenge the murder of his family, but was stabbed in the back by them as they escaped the inn during the time stop. Evelyn discovered his armor empty when she went to check on his corpse.
Zaress is an elderly, influential and well-known cleric of Lathander, who died of natural causes and whose spirit was sent to the Soulmonger. There, she met and comforted the spirit of Dortimer Amcathra, a young boy raised mostly by his tutors instead of his rich parents, who died after falling off a horse. Zaress also shared words of wisdom with Evelyn, and helped her seek guidance from Lathander while trapped inside the Soulmonger, resulting in Evelyn's self-sacrifice as the "worm inside the apple" to destroy the atropal from within. Zaress and Dortimer then accompanied Evelyn to the outer plane of Celestia. Zaress continued to advise Evelyn on the workings of the afterlife, and opened her eyes to the truth that Lathander would want her to enjoy life and make decisions for herself, and that she should return to her friends and not deny herself the gift of love.
Shadowfell Death is one of the many representations of Death, who the Crew ran into while exploring a cavern alongside a cove filled with shipwrecks in the Shadowfell. This version had been trapped behind a winding passage by the balhannoth's magic, which Strix dispelled. Paultin then tricked it into believing it was still trapped by Paultin's own magic, and would only be freed if it agreed to his demands. After some amusing antics and verbal exchanges, the death clone became so exasperated that it contemplated suicide. It finally revealed that it was unable to bring Evelyn back to life, and told the Crew how to reach the nearest shadow-crossing.
The Awful Crew, voiced by their Waffle Crew counterparts, are the evil clones of Strix, Diath and Paultin created by the Sewn Sisters. They are supervised by the hags' imp familiar Umpox, voiced by Chris Perkins. They are later joined by Evilyn, an evil paladin construct who serves Shar. All but evil Paultin are killed, and although he was later seen swallowed up by a dragon turtle (which later exploded), his demise has yet to be confirmed.
Ominifis "Omin" Hereward Dran, played by Jerry Holkins, is a half-elf cleric (war domain) in Penny Arcade's Acquisitions Incorporated series. He is the CEO of Acq Inc, a mercenary company that Diath has a very negative opinion of. As Omin felt he owed Strix a favor for her help in previous crossover episodes, he teleported to Chult at her request to resurrect Evelyn and Simon. However, the ritual was delayed by the appearance of the Awful Crew, who ultimately met their demise at the hands of the originals. Omin then convinced the local guard to let them stay at a well-furnished house for honored visitors, where he finally got to cast the spell and reunite the Crew. He warned Strix that he would be sending her another letter, but that "this one will be a choice." Evelyn considered Omin a pen pal and began sending him letters, including one asking him to help Port Nyanzaru after the Crew almost destroyed it, and Omin said he would send Team Naiad to the rescue. The tone of his letter, and Jerry himself,[29-31,38] implied that Omin was developing feelings for Evelyn. When Evelyn and other members of the Crew visited Red Larch, Omin sent instructions for Walnut to treat them well, and got Rosie and K'thriss out of the way so that they didn't mess up Evelyn's visit. He most recently dragged Strix to an attempted heist on a hidden Waterdeep bank called Dragon's Hold, under the pretense of trying to open an account for her. He and other members of Acq Inc got teleported to Ravnica by a mysterious artifact, and Omin accidentally triggered a reaction that also caused Evelyn to briefly appear. Omin later revealed during a C Team game that this was only one version of him, as he had created multiple clones of himself.
Captain Ortimay Swift and Dark is the fast-talking gnome bandit captain of "The Brazen Pegasus", the ship that Lerek arranges for the Crew to take passage on to Waterdeep. Per the ToA module, although the ship's primary business is smuggling (it's also fast enough to outrun most pirate ships), they don't mind taking adventurers where they need to go. Chris described her crew as working like a well-oiled machine, in contrast to the chaotic indecisiveness of the Waffle Crew. Despite tying herself to the wheel of the ship, Captain Ortimay was swept overboard by powerful waves during a storm. Diath had to take over captaining the ship after the first mate, Grig Ruddell, became incapacitated by over-drinking due to anxiety over what to tell Ortimay's patron. Paultin shared in and encouraged this bad habit instead of talking Ruddell out of it. Aliam Jeraskar, a senior member of the crew, tells Diath that the patron is Lady Esvele Rosznar, an intimidating noble who lives in Waterdeep and actually owns the ship and was a close friend of Ortimay's. Diath agrees to speak to her on Ruddell's behalf.
Commodore Warrington Mundt is a Giff, a race of 8-foot-tall hippopotamus-headed space-faring mercenaries, voiced by Chris in a stuffy British accent. He wears a military uniform with multiple medals, and tells the Crew he was on patrol with his fleet around the Tears of Selune, on watch for "an invasion of sorts" from the Far Realms, when his ship the Yamato was attacked by a mindflayer vessel. Out of ammo, Warrington shot himself out of a canon while carrying a bomb. While the ship did eventually blow up and send Warrington crashing onto Toril, he was unbeknownst to him implanted with a mindflayer tadpole. He managed to find a small escape craft and float upon the ocean, where he was rescued by the Crew (there were also crates and barrels of ammunition and supplies floating around him as flotsam). Due to being partially deaf and misplacing his ear-horn, he had the amusing habit of mishearing names, calling Paultin 'Pippin' and Diath 'Dingdong'. He hoped to acquire a new blunderbuss rifle in Waterdeep and a way to contact his fleet. He was attacked by an intelligence devourer, but Magnus brought him to the Spires for healing. Rather than head straight back to the Crew, Warrington told Magnus he would continue to look around for a weapons shop. The Crew later found him in a boxing match against a minotaur in the Xanathar's lair, where he informed them that there was a stockpile of smokepowder. They recovered the stash and used most of it to blow up the lair, leaving Warrington 3 barrels, one of which he later used to threaten Alisandra Rayburton, dropping it and damaging more of the Waffle House. He later commissioned a smith to build him a rifle, which he took outside the City to practice shooting. Although two Giff subordinates later run into Warrington and offer to take him home, he insisted on staying behind to help the Crew, feeling he still owed them a favor. Unfortunately, the tadpole inside him began to take over his mind, causing him to build odd contraptions and draw maps on the walls of his room, before he eventually transformed and attacked the Crew, who were forced to kill him.
Wandala is Xandala's twin sister, also voiced by Dani Hartel. She works for the Zhentarim, and was charged by them to make a deal with the Xanathar. Negotiations went badly, and the Xanathar's gang attacked Wandala while she was interrogating the Crew, who she had also been tasked to investigate. After the assailants are dealt with, Wandala introduces the Crew to other agents of the Zhentarim, who they greet very reluctantly. As an apology for involving the Crew in her business, Wandala leaves them with a potion of greater healing and her gloves of thievery. She notices that the flying snake worn by Tashlyn, the Zhentarim captain of the Sea Serpent, hisses at her, which seems odd, but she thinks it mistook her for Xandala. The Crew reveal that Xandala is dead, but Wandala doesn't mind, saying "my sister was a bitch".
Xanathar is the name of the beholder crime lord who runs a thieves guild within the Undermountain, a warren of underground lairs and tunnels just outside Waterdeep. Its agents also hide within the sewers of the city. Multiple beholders may have taken the name and position of 'the Xanathar', with the current incarnation having an interesting attachment to Sylgar the goldfish that demonstrates its growing insanity. The Zhentarim were hoping to ally with its forces to help find the mysterious Stone of Golorr, but Wandala's negotiations failed, and the Xanathar sent its agents against her, assuming the Crew were also now its enemy by association. Hunting down the Crew became its obsession, with its forces invading their home through the sewers and sending a booby-trapped coffin towards them. After probing Noska's thoughts, the Xanathar began to develop a similar devotion towards Evelyn. It also displayed an ability to break the fourth wall and revealed that it can see Chris Perkins's notes and the players' character sheets, Although the Xanathar tried to hire Kozin to capture the Crew, the drow instead tipped them off and helped them try to kidnap Sylgar; which escalated into a battle and the beholder's demise at Diath's hand (who then proclaimed himself the next Xanathar).
Meloon Wardragon is a well known NPC in Forgotten Realms lore, who is played by Chris Perkins in a stereotypical laid-back surfer voice. Although Chris has other NPCs refer to Meloon's heroic reputation as a "super famous adventurer, member of Force Grey, friend of the Blackstaff", the Crew first meet him as he is crawling out of the water towards the tail end of the battle between the Xanathar and the Zhentarim. He admits to the Crew that he is on the Xanathar's side, but is easily swayed by Evelyn to attack his own team, and then asks if she's single. Paultin quickly intervenes to get him arrested, but he is mysteriously seen a short time later at the Yawning Portal. Instead of explaining how he got free, he tries to seduce Evelyn, but is confused by her naivete. Paultin's attempt to get him tossed out a window fails.
Magnus Burnsides is a human fighter/rogue (ruffboi) played by Travis McElroy on his show "The Adventure Zone", who also voiced his character in episodes 96-98 of DCA. The Crew ran into him while attending a posh chair convention (ChairCon) held by the noble families of Waterdeep, and Magnus claimed he had seen someone who looked just like Diath about ten years ago. Together, they fought off a squad of goons sent by the Xanathar to capture Renaer Neverember and learn the location of the Stone of Golorr, which his father had supposedly created before being banished from Waterdeep. Renaer denied knowing where it was. Magnus briefly stuck around, helping to find healing for Warrington when his mind was assaulted by an intellect devourer, and later followed the Crew into the sewers of Waterdeep, where they fought a mindflayer, several intellect devourer-possessed trolls, and zombie beholders. He comforted Diath when he admitted his role in the deaths of the dwarf slaves at Ironslag, telling him that his own experiences had taught him "you can never save enough people" to balance the scales, and that instead of doing good out of a sense of debt or guilt, he should do it "because you are alive and you can. Because it's the right thing to do", and that his friends will still love him and accept him. Before saying goodbye, he told the Crew they could stay at his mansion in Waterdeep for 10 gold a month. Despite the Crew having accidentally and sometimes intentionally demolished (and attempted renovation) on a large portion of it, the Waffle House is supposedly insured against most forms of damage.
Urstul Floxin is an assassin working for the branch of Zhentarim loyal to Manshoon. He tried to kill Renaer Neverember at ChairCon, but was stopped by the Crew, feigning ignorance of their mission by the other zhents loyal to Davil Starsong to protect Renaer. After escaping, he was seen in the sewers with the Xanathar discussing using doppelgangers to discredit the Crew. He fled when the Crew attacked. He again reappeared when the Crew were ambushed at Gralhund manor and later at the Yawning Portal, both times coming to Manshoon's aid. He put a knife to Simon's throat and warned Diath to leave the wizard alone, but Diath managed to misty step behind him and almost kill him. Urstol fled as his master died.
Noska Ergrey is a one-armed dwarf enforcer for the Xanathar, who has a crossbow attached to his stump. Although he initially fought against the Crew, Evelyn converted him to Lathander and he began to help them, giving them intelligence on what the Xanathar has been up to, especially regarding its ally, the mindflayer Nihiloor. He led the Crew to its lair in the sewers and helped them defeat it. He is suspicious of Meloon, and becomes so devoted to Evelyn that he squats in the Waffle House basement and begins referring to himself as a member of the Crew. Paultin throws him out and Evelyn is slow to come to his defense, resulting in Noska leaving in huff and returning to the Xanathar. He helped a few other agents kidnap Waffles, but when he spotted some street urchins try to save her, he secretly helped cover their escape. He was later part of the Xanathar's attack on the Crew's home, but after Diath offered to give him intel on the Zhentarim and pointing a sword at Noska's back (an act to make it convincing), Noska called off the attack. His memories were later probed by the Xanathar, who had him beheaded for treachery and implanted spores and eyestalks inside him to allow the Xanathar to speak through his mouth after 'speak with the dead' was cast.
Walnut Dankgrass, played by Amy Falcone, is a wood elf druid (circle of the moon) of the all-female enclave Panax Anima, and is also adopted by Rosie Beestinger as one of her grandchildren. The goddesses of her enclave, Maelith and Mielikki, have parallels between Walnut and her own lover, Brahma. Maelith is now trapped, and K'thriss has a feeling Evelyn's rings can free her. Walnut is a huge fan of Omin Dran, and works for Acquisitions Incorporated as a "documancer" and member of the C-Team. Because Omin entrusted them with the rings of protection, she considers it her duty to not give them up, even when Diath demanded them back (because they contained a part of Evelyn), or when her life was threatened by a reincarnated Dark Power seeking the ring. She later called lightning down on the pit fiend attacking them, and helped heal Paultin after he had been severely wounded. A clone of Walnut was created to help Omin draft a contract with a Cassalanter banker, but was teleported with the rest to Ravnica.[42,43] Another clone was accidentally released in the explosion that destroyed the Waterdeep HQ (nicknamed Wal-not), and illegally carried out the transaction for the cloak without anyone realizing it.
K'thriss Drow'b, played by Kris Straub, is a drow warlock (tome pact) whose goal is to seek knowledge and transcendence, which he hopes his patron (the Great Old One, The Ur) can bestow on him. Unfortunately, his god and pact were taken over by the Sanguilith, a deity-consuming God of Meat and Mouths. Despite initially being 9th level when he decided to aid the Acquisitions Incorporated A-Team with solving the mystery behind the death curse, communicating with his god caused a form of insanity that dropped him back down to 3rd level. He was then made to join the C-Team as their treasurer or "hoardperson". He gave Diath all their money as collateral to keep borrowing Evelyn's rings, which his research revealed were made through an old Vistani wedding ritual, and that their otherworldly powers might help return his and Walnut's gods. After releasing the power of one of his magical stars to get the Sanguilith's attention, the god reached out and devoured one of the enemies facing them, but punished K'thriss for contacting it.
Rosie Beestinger, played by Kate Welch, is an elderly lightfoot halfling monk (way of the shadow) with an alternate identity as Grandmother Night, a criminal mob-boss like figure who is actually 10th level. She adopted the offspring of her victims as her "Beestinger grandchildren", but in her guise as the motherly "cartographer" of the C Team, she has also adopted people just to give them a family. Omin purposefully sent her and K'thriss to Waterdeep to be out of the way when Evelyn arrived, as he was afraid of her meddling in his blossoming relationship. Rosie's quick thinking was able to distract the Mercykillers from their mission to capture Diath and Strix. When Asmodeus threatened to take Diath and Strix to different planes to keep them separated, Rosie proposed to instead adopt Strix into her family, effectively changing her last name and voiding any role she might have in the Ashtown Concordance. Rosie later helped rescue the Crew from a con perpetrated by Hegemon Beestinger, and got them to help unmask a traitor in her family who had tried to murder her.
Donaar Blit'zen, played by Ryan Hartman, is a young copper dragonborn prince who is also a paladin (oath of the crown) to a dragon deity. He was banished from his kingdom for unknown reasons, but still believes that dragonborn are superior to all races. Despite being foolish and very narcissistic, he has the role of the "decisionist" in the C Team. He is suspicious of Paultin and tries to cast Zone of Truth on him to see if he would really give the rings back to them if they were returned. He then helps fight off Videer and his shadow dragonborn bodyguard, and assists van Richten (who he nicknames 'Dr. Exposition') in defending the Nightstone church from fiends.
Videer of the Kaldresh and Lashka of the Manusa are reincarnated Vistani Dark Powers who eternally suffer due to their evil nature and their forbidden love, which per van Richten, would have "spelled doom for the Vistani". The Vistani still make offerings to their spirits during wedding ceremonies to gain their succor, however the ceremony that created the rings of protection had the unexpected side effect of drawing their attention and bringing them back from the dead. Videer confronted Walnut and demanded her ring, but she refused, and Videer temporarily banished Evelyn to her own Domain of Dread. Paultin implored Videer to bring her back, moving him with his words, yet despite Paultin agreeing to give him the ring, Walnut, Donaar, Paultin, van Richten and Evelyn fought back and destroyed his current body. Lashka approached them but did not attack, merely telling her dead love that it was "not our time", before their bodies disappeared.
Asmodeus is the archdevil Lord of the Nine Hells, who ascended to godhood during the events of the Spellplague. He was revealed to have been the sponsor of the Skizziks family, turning them into tieflings, and to later be present during the signing of the Ashtown Concordance. Strix believes her 'divine soul' sorcery power derives from Asmodeus's divinity, although she has channeled it towards spells of good. Asmodeus appeared to the Crew and C Team in Nightstone when the multiverse became imbalanced due to Strix and Diath's continued interactions, and the Blood War spilled over into the Prime Material Plane. He agreed not punish Strix and Diath, and to allow Rosie to nullify Strix's involvement in the Skizziks-Lorcatha conflict by turning her into a Beestinger. However he admitted that his influence in Sigil was limited, and that she might still face trouble from that front. When Strix was almost pulled into another dimension through the hijinx of Acq Inc, Asmodeus appeared and kept her anchored in Faerun. Osvaldo Cassalanter, in his new form as a chain devil, later revealed to the Crew that Asmodeus didn't want any of them harmed because they were the 'guardians of his child'.
Martem Trec is an 11-year-old boy who was lured into the Waffle House by Simon and trapped inside a chest for several days while Simon fed him cookies and milk. Simon began drawing pictures of himself as a real boy, and although his plans for Martem were unclear, the Crew began to fear that they could face steep punishment for kidnapping, and that Simon might be destroyed. Evelyn's kindness towards Martem, letting him play with their pets and ultimately letting him keep Juniper, caused Martem not to reveal to his aunt what Simon had done, thereby keeping the Crew safe from punishment. He has since returned to the Waffle House to visit the orphans and invite them over to his place. On entering an alternate dimension, the Crew rescued a timid version of Martem from Audra Knell, a mad wizard who captured and enslaved him in the Waffle House. In that episode and those that follow, he is voiced by Jared.
Nat is the 10-year-old leader of a trio of street urchin friends who like to play around the cleaner parts of the sewers of Waterdeep, played by Anna. She is deaf but can lip read fairly well, and has taught her friends how to use sign language (on the show, Anna is using a mix of ASL and "street-sign" she learned while doing charity work on the streets in India). She is brave but foolhardy, and wields a wooden sword. She helped rescue Waffles from the Xanathar. Nat and the other urchins are put in the Crew's care until Pernicia's trial, where they will serve as witnesses. Diath's thieve's cant allows him to read her language, which greatly impresses her. The doppelgangers' confusion about this secret language allowed Nat to detect their deception, and she used a dagger Binwin had given to her to help her fight back and escape. A stranger later gifted her with a crystal pendant like Diath's but that allows her to hear; however, she prefers not to wear it.
Jenks is a pudgy 9-year-old wearing wizard robes that he is consonantly at risk of tripping over, played by Holly. Holly revealed that he actually has a home, but doesn't tell his friends that. He carries a small stuffed owlbear named Ferdinand that he considers his "familiar", and uses a wooden stick as a wand to cast imaginary spells (which he thinks are really working). Otherwise he is honest and tries hard, and from his "magic" and carrying Ferdinand, Waffles felt a connection with the kids and let them climb on her back. Morpheo, a cruel doppelganger who snuck into the Waffle House disguised as Paultin, ripped Ferdinand open and cut Jenks's cheek as a warning for him not to betray his presence. A stranger later gifts him with a magical "wand of anything" that can temporarily transmute small objects.
Squiddly is a 9-year-old red-skinned, horned tiefling played by Nate, who carries a bow with some homemade arrows that he's still learning to shoot (Chris remarked that this was what made him lose an eye and need an eye-patch). He has a poor memory and Nat is constantly having to re-teach him her sign language. He is reckless and adventurous but kindhearted, urging his group to help save Waffles, who he thinks is a polymorphed fish. Unlike Paultin, Squiddly can't see the fourth wall, but Nate similarly plays him as the comedy relief (with him almost blowing up the Waffle House when it was invaded by doppelgangers). A stranger later gifts him with a monkey called Lucy, who likes to find gold (and can also fire his bow). Seeing that she is a fellow tiefling, Squiddly assumes that Strix is actually his mom, but she doesn't let him call her that until she is forced to bribe him to keep quiet.
Pernicia Harpell comes from a well-known family of wizards in Long Saddle, who joined Noska, Snike the goblin and Mudrut the bugbear on a heist to go steal Waffles from the Crew. She is a rail-thin woman with curly red hair who is still wearing the wedding dress (now faded and torn) she had on when she was left at the alter, an experience that has turned her spiteful and heartless. She blackmails Noska into giving her his room in the Xanathar's headquarters in exchange for her not revealing his treachery to their superiors. She chases after the street urchins in her carriage after they climb onto Waffles's back and escape down the streets of Waterdeep. Despite her turning invisible when the guards arrive, Diath manages to nab her and hands her over to Sergeant Alise Keladonna of the City Watch. The guards bring Pernicia to Castle Waterdeep's dungeon while awaiting trial.
Alise Keladonna is a human sergeant of the City Watch to whom Diath hands over Pernicia Harpell after capturing her trying to escape the scene of a crime. Alise lets on that she's attracted to Diath, but he pays it no mind until she later appears at the Waffle House and salutes him, mindful of his new captaincy. She says she recommended him for the job of solving the murder of elves in the city, and together they spent many nights over non-alcoholic drinks coming up with a plan. With the Crew's help, the drow murderers are unmasked, and Alise is promoted to captain, as Diath refused any recognition for himself. Alise later drops by to visit and kisses him, with her eyes hinting that she wants to be more than friends. When the Crew later approach her for information on the rug of smothering and Audra Knell, Evelyn takes Diath aside and congratulates him for moving on, but he insists that he and Alise are only friends, and that he still loves Strix. When the Crew manage to free the Cassalanter children, Alise reveals herself as a follower of Asmodeus and tries to stop them from leaving.
Sister Narae is a human monk wearing high quality black and grey courier garments, played by Brooks Donohue. She is a security expert sent by the Zhentarim to assist the Crew and fortify their mansion against an invasion by the Xanathar. She managed to charm the tiefling girl Two-lip, who had been previously charmed by the Xanathar to help it coordinate its gang's attacks. Narae revealed she had lost her own child, and despite her efforts to keep Two-lip alive, the child perished during the attack on the Waffle House. Narae returned to the Zhentarim and told them the Crew no longer had the Ring of Winter. She later accompanied other faction members to the auction for the Stone of Golorr, and warned Diath not to take it. It was hinted that the zhents were being paid by the dwarves to recover it, technically placing her and Diath on the same team. However, the Crew took the Stone from Narae and escaped to the Waffle House, where multiple groups ambushed them. Narae prevented the mad zhent alchemist Schemo from dropping explosives on the Waffle House, and called off Ziraj from assassinating the Crew. She angrily pointed out to the Crew that they were placing the urchins in danger, and left when she saw they no longer had the Stone.
Ulkoria Stonemarrow is a dwarf archmage representative of the Protector's Guild of Waterdeep, who dropped by the Waffle House to inspect it after one of its many calamities. She offered to replace the magical wards that protected it, and later revealed that she still had an attachment to the place as one of its former owners. On learning that Strix was a baker, Ulkoria offered to help pay for renovations as Strix's business partner if the Crew turned the place into a bakery. She did force the Crew to undergo a therapy session with her friend, Dr. Serenity Thexemof, as part of the deal. She warned the Crew when a representative of the Bakers Guild was supposed to drop by, and she polymorphed Simon permanently into a human boy when the puppet asked her to. When the Crew visited an alternate dimension of the Waffle House, they found evidence that Ulkoria had drawn the ire of Audra Knell.
Binwin Bronzebottom is a mountain dwarf fighter/barbarian played by webcomic artist Scott Kurtz, who is one of the founding members of Acq Inc. He split from them to start his own adventuring group called 'Binwin's Minions'. He dropped by the Waffle House expecting to find actual waffles, but Strix was more than happy to bake him quiche instead. He was also smitten by Evelyn, and gifted her with his horned helmet. He helped Evelyn kill Vincent Trench, a rakshasa disguised as a human investigator, in whose shop he recovered a flesh-bound tome that was later stolen by imps. He was present when the Xanathar sent a booby-trapped coffin against the Crew, and later helped them stop the beholder as it invaded the Spires and tried to steal the statue of Evelyn. Unfortunately, in return for blinding its central eye with a javelin, the Xanathar both petrified and disintegrated Binwin. Diath grabbed a handful of his ashes in case they later found a way to revive him.
Todd is a City Watch guardsman, named by Anna as he stood out to her for being particularly supportive during her moment of grief with the shattered priest of Lathander. Todd later made multiple reappearances in the series as a love interest for Evelyn, with his kindness and generosity being in stark contrast to the petty jealousy that Paultin showed over anyone approaching Evelyn. Todd most recently brought Evelyn morning glory flowers after Diath revealed they were her favorite, but Paultin tossed them in the trash and hinted they were poisoned. In a session DM'ed by Holly, she had guards whisper a rumor that Todd was always hitting on people, although it's unclear if this is true.
Ahmaergo is a not-too-intelligent dwarf who is one of the Xanathar's top loyal aides and guardian of its lair and the surrounding tunnels, claiming they are his 'maze' due to his strange belief that he is actually a minotaur. The Crew are able to convince him that Diath is the new Xanathar and that Ahmaergo should guard the sewers under the Waffle House, making them his new maze in order to keep intruders out. They similarly convince Ott Steeltoes--the simpleton caring for Sylgar the goldfish-- that Diath is now in charge of the guild. This became a problem when Ott testified to that fact during Diath's trial.
Thorvin Twinbeard is a dwarf who infiltrated the Xanathar's organization and is secretly working for Laeral Silverhand, the Open Lord of Waterdeep, and the Harpers. On learning that the Crew dispatched the beholder, he handed them his albino gazer companion, Albi (which had joined his side instead of the Xanathar), which Strix was all too happy to adopt. Thorvin also gave testimony to the Crew about the evil deeds Nar'l had done, and the drow was forced to explain that he too was secretly part of another faction, the Bregan D'aerthe, drow mercenaries working for Jarlaxle. Strix turned Nar'l into a spider, and it is unclear whether he managed to escape before the lair was blown up.
Alisanda Rayburton is the wife of Artus Cimber, played by Krystina Arielle of Sirens of the Realms. She is a paladin and immortal chosen of the god Ubtao, and upon learning of Artus's death, she made a deal with elves to provide her an army of 5000 to attack Waterdeep and get her vengeance. However, upon meeting the Waffle Crew atop her Tyranosaurus rex, she realized they were "too pathetic to kill", and allowed Strix to bake her a pie to console her. Alisanda briefly summoned Ubtao, who reminded her that Artus was very much like the Crew. In exchange for the elf and treant soldiers, Alisanda had promised to deliver the Ring of Winter to the Elf Prince, but the Crew explained that it was in the Shadowfell and they had no idea how to return there. Alisanda's followers kept an eye out and summoned her the moment the Ring reappeared in Waterdeep. Astride her T. rex Terrence, she announced she was there to take back the Ring, but was friendlier towards the Crew and helped restore Paultin's hp. Her bodyguards and followers attacked the Zhentarim while she easily resisted Manshoon's attacks. Paultin finally handed her the Ring back, and she agreed to wait for Gwenyth to be polymorphed before deciding the fate of the Ring.
Dr. Serenity Thexemof is an orange-haired halfling cleric of Savras who works as a "psychic exorcist", played by Hadeel al-Massari of Trapped in the Birdcage. She is one of Ulkoria's friends, who set up an appointment for the Crew to speak with Serenity after Ulkoria learned of their traumatic past (and made this appointment a non-negotiable requirement for them to continue being business partners). Serenity was quick to sense a disturbance in the energy around the Crew, at first thinking their house was haunted, and later realizing that it came from Paultin, Diath and Strix's souls (likely referring to the soul worms, although Chris described them as "possessed by demons"). Unbeknownst to the Crew, Serenity has mindflayer assistants who seem to follow her bidding, and she allows them to do ceremorphosis on psychiatric patients at the Mystra's Arms asylum. She had sent them to recover Warrington, but on learning he was dead, she asked her assistants to dig up his body instead. She recognized Audra Knell as one of her old patients, and hinted that she would be a good candidate for ceremorphosis, which would also aid her with something they had discovered in the Undermountain.
Critter the Cook is a kobold rogue with the unusual habit of "put-pocketing" junk items onto people when he isn't skulking in the sewers. Simon almost got him killed trying to pass a 'test' to join Strix's Chickenfoot Coven. Later, he went with Diath in an underwater machine to gather lichen for Jarlaxle's pie, discovering a treasure chest and and almost getting killed by sharks. While fetching skulls for Strix in a cemetery, he was attacked by a ghost and lost several years of his life. He is played by DCA fan-guest Brian Obenchain.
Purloque is a loxodon, a race of large elephant-headed humanoids normally from the worlds of Magic the Gathering, but who managed to change planes and start up a bed-and-breakfast in Waterdeep. He is kind-hearted and also spends time as a cleric--his spiritual weapon being a pair of magical kitchen shears. Warrington Mundt is at first suspicious and possibly jealous of him, but Purloque's friendliness and his offer to forge Mundt ammunition eventually wins him over. After Warrington died, Purloque baked a 'mundt cake' in his memory. He is played by DCA fan-guest Cameron Powell.
Dierne Hal is a ghostly-pale transgender female shadar-kai elf warlock who discovered a great secret that she tries to hide from the Raven Queen. When the Crew left her on her own, she investigated the rival pie chef and learned that he was secretly baking pies made from humans. She managed to escape and bring his crime to Diath's attention. Diath had been somewhat irritated by her tendency to refer to him as 'Squiddly's dad'. She later helped distract guards at the cemetery while they stole skulls for Strix, by telling them false rumors about Todd. She is played by DCA fan-guest Kikka Delarose.
Lady Esvele Rosznar is a rogue/fighter noblewoman played by Vivid Vivka from Sirens of the Realms. She lives in a decrepit mansion in Waterdeep that has become infested with bats and possibly by Strahd, after Diath found emptied remnants of Mr. Shambleface in an open coffin in the attic and encountered a vision of Esvele's mother, Valencia. Esvele was being chased after by drow seeking the Stone of Golorr, and she sought help from the Crew to recover a drow's hand and a beholder's eyestalk as key items needed to open the vault. She then snuck the Crew into a party held by the the rival Margaster family (disguising herself as The Black Viper) to locate the final key. The Cassalenters later warn the Crew that Esvele is planning to auction off the Stone. While they're at the auction, the Black Viper sneaks into the Waffle House and knock out the three Coven bakers, seeking a cricket pie. The Crew return to the House to find it under attack by multiple factions. Although she is not a threat, the Crew treat her warily and banish her several times as they try to understand her intentions. She leaves in a huff, realizing she was perhaps never really welcome there, and hints that she may have formed an alliance with Narae. Osvoldo Cassalanter later reveals that figures resembling Esvele and Narae stole the Stone from the Cassalanters.
Lady Casperella Margaster is a noblewoman played by actress Felicia Day, who became a ghost after she was murdered by her own family. She holds a grudge towards Paultin for having run drunkenly through her funeral ceremony 5 years ago while pursued by guards. She haunts the Crew when they sneak into her family's mansion, and she asks that they find her murderer so that she can be at peace. Angered by the hunters later breaking the peace of the Sornyn Ball, she attacks everyone and encourages Strahd, with whom she was trying to start a new relationship, to murder them. Strix fireballed her so that she temporarily 'died'. Strix later had the Chickenfoot Coven break into the Morgaster family's crypt and steal several skulls for a magical ceremony to merge her staffs.
Dragomir is a monster hunter fighter played by Xavier Woods, but is less experienced than his brother, and considers himself more of a "performer". Strahd had bitten his wife during one of his shows and turned her, and now he is seeking Strahd to get her back. After his brother was also enthralled by Strahd, Dragomir managed to do enough damage to release him.
Balthazar is a monster hunter rogue played by Malik Forté. He was trained by van Richten, and is on a mission with his brother Balthazar to recapture Strahd. He carries with him a moon-touched sword. He told the Crew that in exchange for letting him and his brother enchain the vampire with a belt of silver, they would reveal the identity of Casperella's murderer. Unfortunately, the Crew were forced to destroy Strahd instead, and the brothers took back some of his ashes and left the party without sharing what they knew.
Manshoon is an evil archmage who helped form the Zhentarim, and in his paranoia, cast multiple clone spells on himself. Since all clones cast by this spell are naturally drawn to want to kill one another, it is actually believed that the original Manshoon perished or went into hiding, so that only 2-3 are still around. One copy is in Waterdeep, running a faction of the Zhentarim from the shadows. One of his forearms is replaced with a magical iron gauntlet (it is hinted that Alisanda was responsible for the missing limb). He finally confronts the Crew when they are ambushed at the mansion of the Gralhund family, with whom he has a tenuous alliance. He also hired the doppelgangers Plurio and Morpheo, who infiltrated the Waffle House as Diath and Paultin, respectively, to steal the Xanathar's treasure and the Stone of Golorr while the others were away. Strix polymorphed Manshoon into a chicken with a metal wing before taking the Crew to safety with Word of Recall. Morpheo ended up dying from combined damage by Paultin, Strix and Ziraj the Hunter, and Plurio was caught by the real Diath and Evelyn. Plurio mocked Diath's ignorance of Manshoon, and Diath was forced to kill him. Manshoon reappeared just as Paultin put on the Ring of Winter, and assaulted him with a Bigby's Hand in the shape of a giant gauntlet, 3 doppelgangers of the Crew, Urstul Floxin and two nycaloths. He then attacked the rest of the Crew with a simulacrum of himself and his entire zhentarim faction. Gwenyth ultimately killed him, and Strix took his staff and robes.
Vlahyna Um'Vairar is an eladrin bard/wizard of the College of Whispers, played by Satine Phoenix, who is the leader of a band of bards from Sirens of the Realms. She came to the Waffle House to place a large order for pies to cater a party she was hosting. While waiting for the pies to be baked, she gave counseling and life advice to the Crew.
Sergeant Ernest "Thunder" Pakka played by James "Joey" Haeck and Corporal Rufus "Lightning" Derm played by James Introcaso are giff mercenaries ordered by their major Argus Krux to safeguard Hegemon on his mission. Both guests helped write sections of the Waterdeep: Dragon Heist module. Their characters are in awe of Warrington Mundt, who is considered a war hero, and like him, speak in a stuffy British accent and wear monocles. Thunder almost died in an explosion, but Mundt shouted him back to life. Lightning revealed to Strix that to giff, her name actually means pesky spaceship barnacles. As they are only following orders, neither one particularly cares about their charge, and are all too happy to sit on Hegemon and his sister to keep him from escaping as they transport them home.
Hegemon Beestinger is an albino halfling wizard underbaron of the Rock of Brall, an asteroid orbiting the planet of Toril. His sister Harsha was caught trying to sell weapons in Waterdeep and was imprisoned, and Hegemon managed to hire two Giff mercenaries, as well as intimidate Strix and the Crew, to help him free her. Rosie caught wind of the plan and warned the prison guards ahead of time, stopping Hegemon and banishing him and his sister back to the asteroid.
Jarlaxle Baenre is a suave drow swashbuckler who leads the Bregan D'aerthe, a mercenary company of pistol-wielding male drow. Jarlaxle sent some of them to infiltrate the Waffle House during Esvele's visit, but the Crew dispatched them and Paultin took one of their guns. Diath caught a glimpse of Jarlaxle right after Father Sunbright's death from a drow poison, and Jarlaxle later appeared inside Diath's prison cell to dissuade him from pursuing the Stone of Golorr. Diath recognized his voice when Jarlaxle finally visited the Waffle House to ask the Crew for help baking 'the perfect pie' to appease a food critic who had snubbed him in the past. In exchange, he would give part of the prize money to the Crew and the orphanage at the Spires. While the others gathered ingredients, Jarlaxle invited Evelyn on a walk and praised her beauty and Lathander's glory. The critic later burst into flame from the drow poison, and Jarlaxle admitted to being responsible for both murders, but claimed it was to save Lathander from Sunbright's blasphemous devotion to Amaunator. He again complimented Evelyn and brought her onto his ship, where he seduced her (she awoke in his bed but it's hinted that she merely fell asleep; however, she later discovered a perfume that knocks you unconscious and a lock of her own hair in his bedroom). He later accompanied Diath and Strix on a journey to get Evelyn's holy axe repaired, and while Telastin had hinted his presence would save them from danger, Strix used Word of Recall before they could learn more about the mysterious drow stalking them. He appeared at the auction expecting the Crew to help him get the Stone, but in the chaos he stabbed the auctioneer and was left behind after Diath nabbed it and they teleported out. Jarlaxle then stole Paultin's favorite chair and demanded the Stone as ransom. When the Crew confronted him on his ship, he admitted to Evelyn that although he still loved Lathander, he had used her and the Crew to get what he wanted. When she accused him of having drugged her and stolen a lock of her hair, he said she was 'confused'. He revealed that he had secretly helped raise her as a child and guide her towards the church, although it is unknown what guise he might have used.
Gwyneth is a sentient ice construct played by Erika Fermina from Girls, Guts, Glory, who is immune to the despair of the Shadowfell. She was made by Miranda using the Ring of Winter to keep her company, having the appearance of a beautiful winged woman. Miranda eventually fell in love with her, so she hesitated to carry out a plan to destroy the Ring. It was stolen by "The Great Zolto Mangrazi", a shadar-kai magician they had befriended, and taken back to Waterdeep. Gwyneth accompanied Miranda to get it back, keeping to the shadows so that she wouldn't melt. She summoned an ice rapier and gave the killing blow to Manshoon. While she didn't protest as the others talked about destroying the Ring, she brightened when Strix mentioned the true polymorph spell. The Blackstaff suggested an avariel, but would need time to research them since they no longer existed.
Audra Knell is a wizard specializing in dimensional magic. She was rejected from several orders of mages, possibly for being mad, and isolated herself in an alternate dimension of the Waffle House. It is implied by the drawings in her spellbook that she has a grudge against Ulkorria, who may have trapped her there. She ordered a rug of smothering in the real world which arrived at the Waffle House and almost killed Paultin and Diath until it "trundles and flops" away. The Crew later discover an entry to the alternate dimension and rescued Simon and the urchins who had been stuck inside, as well as free Martem who Audra had enslaved to do her bidding. Serenity Thexemof also recognized Audra as a past psychiatric patient, and got the sense that she was no longer in control of her own mind.
Indigo Beestinger is a weapons instructor who likes to claim he can outdrink anyone, until he lost to Paultin. He showed Paultin his secret lair hidden behind a bookcase in the Singing Sword tavern, constructed in such a way that it cannot be destroyed. He also revealed to Paultin that Rosie had booked passage on Rear-admiral Ketchup's ship before she was mysteriously murdered. Diath hinted that he might later contact Indigo to get practice with throwing knives.
Pruné Beestinger was a priestess of Seluné, the goddess of the moon, who enjoys praying in the nude. She is hinted to also be a werewolf. Upon meeting Evelyn and challenging her to a "prayer-off", she became so impressed with the power of Lathander that she immediately converted to his faith, disparaging Seluné as being a 'trash-god'. She revealed to Evelyn that Rosie had been worried about an attack on her life before she died.
Ketchup Beestinger is a rear-admiral half-orc who is very proud of his military medals and his tall stature. He was quick to belittle Diath and his captaincy in the City Watch, and challenged him to a game of Dragon Chess. Diath was able to bluff his way to a win, but Rosie later revealed that Ketchup actually has no idea how to play.
Pheasant Beestinger appeared to be a very beautiful elf sorcerer and scroll merchant, who claimed she was infatuated with Strix. This made Strix very uncomfortable, but she agreed to participate in a polymorph contest, and won thanks to Paultin's counterspell. Strix later began licking her elbow in a naive attempt to seduce Pheasant into handing her a booby-trapped scroll as evidence, and when the elf caught on, she revealed her true form as a giant demon. The Crew were able to defeat it, but not before it ruined Paultin's bagpipes, lute and castanets.
Zelifarn is a friendly bronze dragon that swims in Waterdeep harbor, voiced by Chris in an Australian accent. Diath and Critter spotted him while diving for underwater pie ingredients, it ate sharks that threatened Diath and Strix in seal form, and it knocked drow surfers into the water who were after Diath and Paultin. Zelifarn finally introduced himself in episode 139, offering to transport the Crew (atop Walnut's back in her Croconut form) to Jarlaxle's ship. He later climbed onto the deck and threatened Jarlaxle when the latter came after the Crew, but carried them away before anyone was hurt. He expressed an interest in recovering treasure from the submarine, and agreed to be friends with Strix before diving back underwater.
Corold is a former clerk of Acq Inc who was fired due to the company "tightening their belt", even though he had been getting good reviews. He had his memory of the clone incident magically wiped from his mind by Flabbergast. The Crew asked him to review their contract with Walnut, and he confirmed that it seemed legitimate. To thank him, Paultin offered to be his lawyer if he wanted to sue Acq Inc. The Crew also offered to hire him to handle their bakery paperwork, once they get their money back and could afford to pay him.
The Acquisitions Incorporated P Team ('P' stands for Perkins, although in-game it is said to stand for 'peacekeepers') are a band of five Acq Inc employees charged to watch over the ruins of the Waterdeep headquarters while whatever resources remain are secretly shipped to other locations. They wear a tabard with the Acq Inc logo in the shape of a hexagon with a dot on it, and a tail that creates the shape of a 'P'. They are led by Zafiria, a moon elf warlock in service to the Queen of Air and Darkness, who is masked by a black storm cloud that shoots lightning. Other members include Biggy Plots, a rock gnome wearing goggles who carries a clockwork rat; Skyler the talking donkey monk who wears wraps around his hooves; the kenku urban druid R’peckah who serves as their documancer; and van Lancer Eagle-talon the 7th, a well-dressed zombie bard carrying an untuned lute.
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