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Daywalker, A Tale of the Symviridia

By Philip Pham All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Fantasy

Dramatis Personae

In the Symviridia Desert:

CLAN TALON
Mona Veylor, a girl of thirteen, born in Vitas Noct
Ezra Eastley, a boy of thirteen, goes by 'East'
Stello, a camelmaster
Jace, a boy of sixteen
Willa Meek, a governess, with too many children
Angelica Thor, a charwoman
Scullier, a blind man
Old Rokko, a stabler

In Vitas Noct, City of Dusk:

"ENTICUS," ACTORS EXTRAORDINAIRE:
Viktor Enticus, the leading man
Quinzelle Enticus, director of Stagecrafting
Jewel, a blue-haired starlet
Symon, a one-eyed trouper
Ripper and Edge, twins, stuntmen
Jolly, a cranky playwright
Cordelia, a narcissistic singer
Anjee, a superstitious artist

THE "ROYALS":
Sovereign Dusk, Lord of the Symviridia Desert
Devereux Lee, the Dux of Vitas Noct
Aveena Lee, his daughter, the Princess
Ramey Wise, the Maester of Vitas Noct
Amethesne, his daughter, a girl of sixteen
Ishmael Cavlier, Captain of the Gallfont Knights
Benji, bartender at the Owl and Tonic
Maya, his wife, a vintner
Madam Masque, a fortune teller
Neera, an experiencwd prostitute

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