A list of characters that have been mentioned in other heroes' lore, but generally very little is known about. Often, characters of this nature will be added to the game as playable characters later, after which they will be given their own pages.
- 1 Auxiliary Characters
- 1.1 Lightbearers
- 1.2 Maulers
- 1.3 Wilders
- 1.4 Graveborn
- 1.5 Celestials
- 1.6 Hypogeans
- 1.7 Dimensionals
- 1.8 Unknown Faction, Multiple Factions, or No Faction
- 2 Lore characters
- 2.1 Lightbearers
- 2.2 Maulers
- 2.3 Wilders
- 2.4 Graveborn
- 2.5 Celestials
- 2.6 Hypogeans
- 2.7 Dimensionals
- 2.8 Unknown Faction, Multiple Factions, or No Faction
- 2.9 Formerly Minor Characters
Characters that appear as part of other characters' animations or skillsets, but are not counted as separate characters themselves.
Knights that accompany Peggy and aid her in battle. No story details about them are given.
A ginger tabby cat belonging to Angelo that he met while traveling with his father, he has been his constant companion ever since. A lover of adventure, he has grown sluggish in the wake of Angelo's relatively recent fame, and this change in his behavior was the catalyst for Angelo venturing into the battlefield.
A group of abnormally small Durri quintuplets superficially resembling moles that Kren describes as his relatives. They typically aid him in his heists, and in combat, they're tasked with delivering his ammunition and explosives. As they are in the Land of Exiles with Kren, they are presumed to be exiles themselves, likely due to being accomplices in Kren's crimes.
An Iron-jaw found injured and close to death in the wilderness of the Scorched Expanse. Skreg initially planned to finish it off for supplies, but seeing in its defiant nature a reflection of himself, he instead opted to nurse the beast back to health. Though resistant to his care at first, the two of them have since become inseparable and fiercely protective of each other. When he was first introduced, after Skreg is defeated, Savagehorn would charge one last time to take revenge for his fallen master, though this gameplay aspect has since been removed for balancing reasons.
A nameless white deer and Lyca's battle mount, she appeared from the stars when Lyca was chosen for the Union Story: Dusk Watch, with the bow Starfall in her mouth. She and Lyca are visibly affectionate towards each other in their victory animation.
Horwich and Porter
Once in the same pirate crew as Torne stationed in Rustport, they deeply resented each other despite being allies. Ultimately, this resulted in their becoming Torne's left and right heads respectively after fighting over the cursed crown that would turn its wearer into whatever they hated most. Horwich was the most cunning of the three and enjoyed dancing, while Porter was the wisest of the three and was a talented musician.
A hellhound sealed in Leofric's cane, which is made from its bones. It has absolute loyalty towards him and acts as his familiar.
Though JOKER is capable of using more Personas, Arsène is the first one he gains and is the one most frequently associated with him, having already accompanied him to other dimensions previously. Its manifestation is based on Arsène Lupin, a devious trickster from classical novels by Maurice Leblanc.
See also: Arsène on Megami Tensei Wiki
QUEEN's Persona, Johanna manifests as a sentient motorcycle.
See also: Johanna on Megami Tensei Wiki
Unknown Faction, Multiple Factions, or No Faction
Main article: Void Realm
A sentient force of darkness, possibly a legion of beings of incomprehensible nature, that hungers for souls. It is the most powerful thing currently known in the AFK Arena universe, able to effortlessly tear even the stars asunder, and is the only thing known to be capable of killing even a Graveborn permanently. Oden and Safiya (CN only) are both under its thrall and draw their power from it.
Appears in: Union Story: The Final Choice
Mentioned in: Gear descriptions
The founding ruler of the Lightbearer Empire, the first class of Mythic Gear once belonged to him. He was trapped in The Barred Gate against Lucretia, intending to sacrifice himself by luring the invading Hypogeans away from his people, but was rescued by Zaphrael.
By unknown means, he has somehow achieved immortality, and roams Esperia in disguise, telling Zaphrael's story which has been systematically erased from historical records. He is identifiable by his missing left eye.
Appears in: Peggy's lore
A little girl that Angelo enjoys telling stories from The Anthology of Esperian Fairytales to, including the stories of Peggy and Raku. It's not known whether she has been born yet, as her appearance is implied to take place in the future.
Mentioned in: Silvina's lore
Earl of Oye
Mentioned in: Union Story: The Lightbringers
Lord of Kuilin
Appears in: Leofric's lore
The ruler of Kuilin City, he suspected Leofric's true nature as a Hypogean long before he revealed himself, but reluctantly works with him anyway for the good of his city.
The father of Rowan and Angelo, he was the wealthiest merchant in Esperia, and had power and influence enough in the Lightbearer Empire to be in the same social class as nobility. He is recently deceased, though it is unknown whether his children are aware of this fact.
Appears in: Union Story: The Forsaken Family
The father of Reginald and grandfather of Rowan and Angelo, he was killed by bandits when Reginald was still young, being forced to wander the Realm of the Lost for several decades before Niru reunited him with his son.
Mentioned in: Walker's lore
A former member of the Lightbearer military along with Walker, he was killed by the Quicksand Claws, an act which Walker has sworn revenge for.
A chieftain of a minor Mauler tribe, he was excessively cruel even among other Mauler slave masters. When Khasos, at the time a shepherd under him, challenged him in a battle to the death rather than allow himself to be slowly tortured to death under his whip, his master made a game out of it and drank excessively before the fight to even the odds, which proved to be a fatal mistake when Khasos's superior reflexes triumphed.
Previous Grand Chieftain
The Quicksand Claws
A group of Mauler outlaws roaming the Land of Exiles, Walker has made it his mission to exterminate them after they were responsible for killing his partner. Only one of their higher-ranking members is left alive, going by the name of "Savage Frank". Two others, one going by the name of "Lame George" and an unnamed Wolfman, were recently killed by Walker.
Mentioned in: Dolly's Corner #4
A necromancer also known as "The Puppeteer", he specializes in enslaving corpses so that they can be easily controlled. He is the one who revived Baden and considers him "a rare piece" due to his being one of the Rayne family.
Mentioned in: Orthros's lore
A divine carpenter under Dura's employ, his skill and craftsmanship is legendary. He created the clock tower that Orthros was once part of.
Appears in: Morael's lore
The younger sister of Morael and described as "a reckless romantic", the two of them often came at odds with each other, with Audrae's view of chaos being a natural part of existence clashing with Morael's view of a more orderly world. She is implied to have been killed by the Mortuary Void when it destroyed their then-current home in the Mirrah Nebula, though her exact fate is unknown.
Appears in: Talene's lore
One of the last two Obsidian Finches, she sacrificed herself for Talene when the two were attacked by Hypogeans. After her body was delivered to the Core's Cradle, her spirit, along with those of the rest of their race, aided in Talene's ascension to a Celestial.
Appears in: Mortas's lore
An unnamed Hypogean who attempted to corrupt Mortas, framing him for murdering the son of Prince Edwin and baiting him into wanting revenge. Unfortunately for it, its plan worked too well, and Mortas abused a loophole in their agreement, robbing it of its power.
Appears in: The Noble Tavern
Markiplier's youngest dog, she's a golden Labrador Retriever who accompanied him to Esperia. He joked that she was a part of the Maulers on multiple occasions, and she is mentioned to have a ravenous appetite.
See also: Chica on Markiplier Wiki
Mentioned in: Albedo's lore
One of Ainz Ooal Gown's subordinates, he guards the seventh floor of his lair, the Great Tomb of Nazarick. Albedo has tasked him with strengthening their defenses in their absence.
See also: Demiurge on Overlord Wiki
Mentioned in: Ukyo's lore
A woman of noble birth that Ukyo has fallen in love with, he fights in her name. He came to Esperia while searching for a rare flower for her that could only be found in the
See also: Kei Odagiri on SNK Wiki
Unknown Faction, Multiple Factions, or No Faction
A nameless woman who, like Saurus, was enslaved in the city of Rustport, but escaped and aided him while she was at it. Witnessing her defiance made him rethink his own arrogant ways, and he has sworn to seek her out so he can protect her and repay his debt.
Formerly Minor Characters
These characters were at one point lore-only, but were added later to the playable roster.
- Alna - First mentioned in Flora's lore, though not by name.
- Baden - First mentioned in Thane's lore.
- Daimon - First appeared in Shemira's lore.
- Peggy - First appeared in Rowan's lore (at the time called "Petra").
- Raku - First mentioned in Pippa's lore and Voyage of Wonders: Dreamscape.
- Rigby - First mentioned in The Noble Tavern.
- Silas - First appeared in Izold's lore, though unnamed at the time.
- Walker - First appeared in Kren's lore.
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