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Cure Seekers

By dtill359

Scifi / Adventure

Dramatis Persona

Dramatis Persona-Those we've met thus far – and some we haven't-

Earth

Captain Abraham Avatar: Seasoned captain in the Earth Defense Forces; AmericanLate sixties, early seventies | Male

Dr. Sado Sane: Veteran medical doctor; longtime friend of Captain Avatar; JapaneseLate sixties, early seventies | Male

Derek Wildstar: New graduate of the Earth Defense Academy; lacks a sense of belonging due to the tragic death of his family; Japanese-AmericanLate teens, early twenties | Male

Nova Forrester: New graduate of the Earth Defense Academy; professional and determined, a young woman of character; AmericanLate teens, early twenties | Female

Mark Venture: New graduate of the Earth Defense Academy; sensible and level-headed, Wildstar's good friend who balanced out his impetuous nature; BritishLate teens, early twenties | Male

Homer Glitchman: Earth Defense Force communications specialist; JewishEarly-mid twenties | Male

Stephen Sandor: Head of the Earth Defense Force's newly established Alien Science division; Russian-AmericanEarly-thirties | Male

Peter Conroy: Pilot in the Earth Defense Force; CanadianEarly-mid twenties | Male

Commander Thadeus Singleton: Head of the Earth Defense ForceLate sixties, early seventies | Male

Patrick Orion: Veteran engineer; good friend of Abraham Avatar and Sado Sane; IrishLate sixties, early seventies | Male

Feria Noble: New graduate of the Earth Defense Academy; good friend of Nova Forrester; KoreanLate teens, early twenties | Female

Gamilon

Leader Desslok III: Ruler of Gamilon; bent on the occupation of EarthMid-late twenties | Male

Deun the Outcast: Leader Desslok's elder twin brother; disinherited as a result of attempting to murder his father; former usurper of his brother's throneMid-late twenties | Male

Masterson Talan: Only child of Admiral Raymond Talan; Mossadi agent; Desslok's loyal friend, temporarily exiled for protesting the occupation of EarthMid-late twenties | Male

Krypt: Advisor to Leader Desslok; former subordinate of Deun the OutcastLate-fifties, early sixties | Male

Admiral Raymond Talan: Masterson's father; Masterson's informant within the palace onGamilonFifties | Male

Queen Talonka: Deun & Desslok's mother; Murdered when her sons were eight; Left her younger son a chronicle of her family history which holds the key to many mysteries he has yet to uncoverDeceased | Female

General Dommel Lysis: Commander of the Gamilon Royal NavyForties | Male

David Lysis: Younger brother of General Lysis; officer on Masterson Talan's shipThirties | Male

Elisa Lysis: General Lysis' wife; diplomatic advisor to Leader Desslok's council membersForties | Female

Miezela Celestella: New chief advisor to Leader Desslok; clandestine shêd-wielder along with her half-sister, Mirenel LinkeMid-late twenties | Female

Nathan Chamal: One of the Etzuvim; a scientist of note whose sympathes lie with EarthLate thirties, early forties | Male

Lieutenant Wolf Frakken: Appointed captain of the Ze'evim – Wolf Pack – under the direct command of General Lysis; Dommel's brother-in-law and Elisa's half-brotherThirties | Male

Iscandari

Starsha: Queen of Iscandar; second of three princesses: she, Astra, and Sasha; staunch defenderof Earth against Desslok's onslaughtMid-late twenties | Female

Astra: Eldest of the Iscandari princesses; Starsha's twin; messenger of hope to EarthMid-late twenties | Female

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