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The Right of Kings

By dtill359

Scifi / Adventure

Dramatis Persona

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

Gamilon

Desslok III: Younger son of the former Leader, Deun I; rightful heir to the throne of GamilonLate teens, early twenties | Male

Deun II: Elder son of the former Leader, Deun I; disinherited as a result of attempting tomurder his father; Usurper of his brother's throne; Desslok's twinLate teens, early twenties | Male

Masterson Talan: Only child of Raymond & Naomi Talan; Desslok's loyal body-guardand friend; youngest member of Mossad ever recordedLate teens, early twenties | Male

Yeshin: Leader of Deun II's military forces; member of the Guardiana cultEarly-fifties | Male

Eliora: Informant and confidant recruited by Desslok & Masterson before their flight fromthe capitol; Old friend of the deceased Queen TalonkaLate-forties | Female

Admiral Raymond Talan: Masterson's father; Secret operative for Masterson withinthe palaceLate-forties | Male

Naomi Talan: Masterson's mother; Also a spy for her son; Less conspicuous than her husbandLate-forties | Female

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

Iscandari

Starsha: Daughter of King Alexander & Queen Kara of Iscandar; Second of three princesses:she, Astra, and SashaLate teens, early twenties | Female

Astra: Daughter of King Alexander & Queen Kara of Iscandar; Eldest of the Iscandariprincesses; Starsha's twinLate teens, early twenties | Female

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