List of characters
A thorough list of the characters appearing in the stories of the TNU.
Meta: Due to the nature of how the world was tried to be expanded, many of these characters are mere namesakes and are not filled with notable personality, nor intended for right now. For the sake of transparency, they are separated in an extra block.
*Those you can see in the original wiki but not here are non-canon anymore. Refer to misc/cut_content for details. *
Characters of supernatural physiology (superhumans) or origin of power (supernatural humans) have their SNSH name written as a middle name.
Characters appearing in Distemporal Blues
Characters appearing in the main story: Distemporal Blues. Distemporal Blues is the de facto central canon of Terminus Nation; whatever or whoever written or told here are ultimately canonized.
In the order of introduction.
- Drake “Drifter” Daviau
- Siara “Amazon” Zaian
- William “Jumper” Stout
- Nathan “Red” Minkren
- Iria “Jellyfish” Eehma
Given the current state of the plot, these are largely tentative.
- Adao “Boson” Beran: leader of the Boson Conundrum.
- Helg “Culverin” De Vos: a former mafia affiliate from Epte Merinos.
- Micah “Lady Killer” Grant: a distemporal child who became a hitman due to his state.
- Anedo “Paladin” Palar: a venerated knight of the Free Heaven Movement. Distemporal human.
- Damien “Hacker” Wilcox: a distemporal hacker rose to fame. Especially well-known about a handful of extreme augmentations.
- Goranten “Hammer” Yasui: an enslaved guard of the Galarian Matriarchy.
Also largely tentative.
- Rabiah “Kebechet” Ata: current leader of Vessel’s Gate.
- Joah “Reaper” Sebko: a high-ranking Justice Empire official.
- The Matriarch of Galaris: leader of the Galarian Matriarchy.
Characters appearing in Compound of the Harpies
Assuming Compound of the Harpies ever goes beyond planning stage.
- Federica Impellizerri: protagonist; daughter of a bird-person mother and an Aquaran father.
Characters who may not be directly referred in Distemporal Blues, but are intended to be part of prior events.
- Alfred “Boss” Stamp: president of The Republic, a distemporal superhuman with a set of confidential augmentations
- Dekt “Father” Lagna: author of the Way of Justice doctrine, spiritual leader and de facto ruler of the Justice Empire. Distemporal human.
- Bram “Carrier” Van Nitfrik: a venerated war hero in the fight against the Justice Empire. Distemporal human, with the supernatural ability to control contagious and lethal. microorganisms.
- Lora “Siphon” Monte: Another venerated war hero, the partner of Carrier.
- Rabiah “Anput” Naham’s-Rata: former leader of Vessel’s Gate, the mother of Rabiah Ata.