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Reaper's Gale
Dramatis Personae Prologue
The Emperor in Gold
Chapter 1 Chapter 2
Chapter 3 Chapter 4
Chapter 5 Chapter 6
Layers of the Dead
Chapter 7 Chapter 8
Chapter 9 Chapter 10
Chapter 11 Chapter 12
Knuckles of the Soul
Chapter 13 Chapter 14
Chapter 15 Chapter 16
Chapter 17 Chapter 18
Reaper's Gale
Chapter 19 Chapter 20
Chapter 21 Chapter 22
Chapter 23 Chapter 24
Epilogue Pagination

As found in the US TOR Trade Paperback Edition ( ISBN 987-0-7653-1653-0 ) – other print/electronic editions may vary.

The Letherii[]

The Tiste Edur[]

Arriving with the Edur Fleet[]

The Awl'dan[]

The Hunted[]

The Refugium[]

The Malazans[]

Bonehunters[]

8th Legion, 9th Company[]

4th Squad[]
5th Squad[]
7th Squad[]
8th Squad[]
9th Squad[]
12th Squad[]
13th Squad[]

8th Legion, 3rd Company[]

4th Squad[]
5th Squad[]
10th Squad[]

Others[]

The following list records all of the characters that appear in Reaper's Gale in alphabetical order.

Names in bold indicate characters that are mentioned in the book's Dramatis Personae section.
Names in italics are characters that appear or are mentioned in the book, but are not listed in its Dramatis Personae section.

Characters that are only talked about or referred to in the books but do not make a full appearance are marked with (Mentioned only).
Characters that are talked about or referred before then making a full appearance in a later chapter of the book are marked with (First mentioned) and (First appearance).

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Contents:    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z  •  Notes and references
The Reaper's Gale edition used is the US TOR Trade Paperback Edition ( ISBN 978-0-7653-1653-0 )--other print/electronic editions may vary.


A[]

  • Abasard, a young Letherii Indebted, serving as a shepherd of a herd of 'rodara' on the Awl'dan plains[1] Spoiler safe
  • Absi, toddler son of Onos Toolan and Hetan (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Anaster, First Child of the Dead Seed (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Andarist, a Tiste Andii, brother of Silchas Ruin and Anomander Rake (Mentioned only)[1] Spoiler safe
  • Anomandaris Purake, 'First Son of Darkness' (later known as Anomander Rake)[4] Spoiler safe
  • Anomander Rake, Soletaken Tiste Andii Eleint, brother of Andarist and Silchas Ruin (Mentioned only)[5] Spoiler safe
  • Apsalar, an assassin, (called 'Not-Apsalar' by Telorast and Curdle) (Mentioned only)[6] Spoiler safe
  • Aragan, Imperial negotiator (Mentioned only)[7] Spoiler safe
  • Aranatha, Tiste Andii, close kin of Nimander Golit (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Araq Elalle, foster father of Rud Elalle (Mentioned only)[8]
  • Arbanat, a renowned Tarthenal shaman (Mentioned only)[9]
  • Ay'edenan of the Spring, real name of the demon-god magically frozen within the depths of Settle Lake in Letheras (Mentioned only)[9]
  • Aystar, a child of Minala's Company of Shadow[10]

B[]

  • Badan Gruk, Sergeant, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 5th Squad[11]
  • Bairoth Gild, an old companion of Karsa Orlong (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Balgrid, Squad Mage, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 8th Squad[13]
  • Ballant, proprietor of the "Harridict Tavern" on Second Maiden Fort[3]
  • Balm, Sergeant, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 9th Squad[13]
  • Banaschar, the Last Priest of D'rek (First mentioned)[13] (First appearance)[14]
  • Barathol Mekhar, a blacksmith and one-time member of the 'Red Blades' in Aren in Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Barrakta Ilk, a Letherii, member of the Liberty Consign of Merchants in Letheras (First mentioned)[15] (First appearance)[16]
  • Beak, Mage seconded to Captain Faradan Sort of the Bonehunters[13] Spoiler safe
  • Beastmonger Shill, proprietor of a shop selling miniature animals in Letheras[17]
  • Bellict, 'Hound Master' with Atri-Preda Bivatt's Letherii army[18]
  • Bellig Harn, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 12th Squad (Mentioned only)[19]
  • Ben Adaephon Delat, a wizard[10]
  • Bentract, leader of the Bentract T'lan Imass (Mentioned only)[8]
  • Bentract Bonecaster, resident of the Refugium (First mentioned)[8] (First appearance)[20]
  • Beru, 'Lady/Lord of Storms' (Mentioned only)[10]
  • Beshur, Atri-Preda, Letheras City Main Garrison[21]
  • Binadas Sengar, a Tiste Edur, brother of Fear, Trull, and Rhulad Sengar (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Biri, a Letherii merchant (Mentioned only)[15]
  • Bivatt, Atri-Preda of the Eastern Letherii Army[4]
  • The Black-Winged Lord, God revered by the Tiste Andii of Bluerose, aka Anomander Rake (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Blistig, Fist in the Bonehunters[13]
  • Bottle, Squad Mage, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 4th Squad[13]
  • Bottle's Grandmother, his mentor in elder magic (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Bowl, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 13th Squad[13]
  • Braven Tooth, Master Sergeant, Malazan Army, Malaz City (Mentioned only)[13]
  • Brethless, Corporal #2, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 8th Squad[13]
  • Brevity, an ex-con[10]
  • Brohl Handar, Tiste Edur Overseer of the East in Drene[15]
  • Brullyg (Shake), the nominal Ruler of Second Maiden Fort (First mentioned)[10] (First appearance)[13]
  • Bruthen Trana, a Tiste Edur in the Letheras Imperial Palace[15]
  • Brys Beddict, a Letherii, youngest of the Beddict brothers, 'King's (Ezgara Diskanar's) Champion' of Lether (First mentioned)[17] (First appearance)[21]
  • Bugg, Tehol Beddict’s manservant[15]
  • Burdenar, a sailor, Shurq Elalle's crow's-nest Lookout (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Burn, the 'Sleeping Goddess' (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Buruk the Pale, Letherii merchant, past employer of Seren Pedac (Mentioned only)[14]

C[]

  • Caladan Brood, an Ascendant, aka 'The Warlord' (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Capalah, an Awl of the Ganetok Clan, father of Hadralt, his firstborn son (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Cartharon Crust, (aka 'Crust'), a sea-captain, member of the 'Old Guard', brother of Urko Crust (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Clip, a Tiste Andii[5]
  • Coltaine, legendary Wickan Fist of the Malazan 7th Army, Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Corabb Bhilan Thenu'alas, Soldier, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 4th Squad (First mentioned)[13] (First appearance)[14]
  • Cord, Sergeant, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 7th Squad[13]
  • Corlo, a mage of The Crimson Guard (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Cotillion, The Rope, Patron God of Assassins[10]
  • The Crippled God, aka 'The Chained One' (First mentioned)[22] (First appearance)[21]
  • Crump (Jamber Bole), Sapper, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 7th Squad[13]
  • Curdle, a possessed skeletal reptile[6]
  • Cuttle, Sapper, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 4th Squad[13]

D[]

  • Dancer, a master assassin, co-founder of the Malazan Empire (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Dassem Ultor, once First Sword of the Malazan Empire (Mentioned only)[13]
  • Deadsmell, Corporal, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 9th Squad[13]
  • Delum Thord, an old companion of Karsa Orlong (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Den-Ratha K'risnan, warlock attached to the Letherii Eastern Army (First mentioned)[10] (First appearance)[18]
  • Desra, Tiste Andii, close kin of Nimander Golit (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Dessimbelackis, founder and emperor of the human First Empire (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Detoran, a 'Bridgeburner' (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Draconus, an Elder God (Mentioned only)[9]
  • Drawfirst, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 10th Squad[11]
  • Draxos Hulch, a Tiste Andii, 'Reve Master of the Dark Water', one of the Onyx Order of Andara (aka the Onyx Wizards)[10]
  • D'rek, Goddess, the 'Worm of Autumn' (Mentioned only)[13]
  • Drene scout, scout working for Orbyn Truthfinder[6]
  • Dresh Boaral, the Dresh-Preda of 'Boaral Keep' in the Letherii Empire (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Druz Thennict, a Letherii, member of the Liberty Consign of Merchants of Letheras (First mentioned)[15] (First appearance)[16]
  • Dujek Onearm, Commander of 'Onearm's Host' (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Dunsparrow, Captain, Y'Ghatan city guard, Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[7]

E[]

  • Ebron, Squad Mage, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 7th Squad[13]
  • Edgewalker, an elder inhabitant of the Shadow realm (Mentioned only)[4]
  • Elder (Renfayar clan), the sole surviving elder of the Awl Renfayar clan[3]
  • Emroth, a broken T'lan Imass, one of the Unbound[18]
  • Enedictal, a Letherii mage of impressive skill and power, based in the city of Awl in northern Lether (Mentioned only)[23]
  • Envy, aka 'Lady Envy', a Soletaken sorceress (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Eres'al, an Eres witch (Mentioned only)[3]
  • The Errant, Elder God of Chance, aka 'Master of the Holds/Tiles'[17]
  • Eskil Hivanar, the Letherii wife of Rautos Hivanar (Mentioned only)[15]
  • Estav Kendar, Preda, a Tiste Edur warrior garrisoned in the Letherii town of Rennis, brother to Trantalo Kendar[14]
  • Ezgara, an insect with two heads (one at each end), owned by Tehol Beddict[15]
  • Ezgara Diskanar, a King of Lether (Mentioned only)[4]

F[]

G[]

  • Gadalanak, a Meckros warrior, one of Emperor Rhulad's 'challengers' (First mentioned)[12] (First appearance)[9]
  • Galt, Marine, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 9th Squad[13]
  • Ganoes Paran, Captain of the Bridgeburners in 'Onearm's Host' during the 'Pannion War' on Genabackis (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Gart, Finadd (i.e., Captain), Letheras City Main Garrison, under the command of Atri-Preda Beshur[21]
  • Gaskaral Traum, Letherii soldier, most trusted bodyguard of Atri-Preda Bivatt[2]
  • Gerun Eberict, Finadd (Captain) in the Letherii Royal Guard (Mentioned only)[15]
  • Gesler, Sergeant, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 5th Squad[13]
  • Gestallin Aros, a Tiste Andii, 'Reve Master of the Air', one of the Onyx Order of Andara (aka the Onyx Wizards)[10]
  • Gothos, a Jaghut[4]
  • Greymane, Malazan Army, High Fist (aka 'Stonewielder') (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Gribna, a slave of the Hiroth Tiste Edur (Mentioned only)[21]
  • Gripe, Sergeant, Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[13]
  • Gr'istanas Ish'ilm, T'lan Imass Bonecaster, visiting The Refugium[8]
  • Grub, adopted son of Fist Keneb of the Bonehunters (Mentioned only)[13]
  • Gruntle, caravan guard on Genabackis, later Mortal Sword of the war deity, 'Trake' (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Gryllen, a D'ivers (veered form a horde of rats) of Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[16]
  • Guardian of the Names, undersea guardian of the Forgotten Gods[21]
  • Gullstream, Medium Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 12th Squad[13]
  • Gunth Mach, a bodyguard to Redmask (First mentioned)[4] (First appearance)[22]

H[]

  • Hadralt, an Awl, war leader of the Ganetok Clan (First mentioned)[1] (First appearance)[5]
  • Hairlock, a Malazan sticksnare (a wooden 'puppet') animated by the soul of a cadre mage (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Hannan Mosag, a Tiste Edur, Imperial Ceda under Emperor Rhulad, (aka the 'Warlock King') (First mentioned)[15] (First appearance)[24]
  • Hanno, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 13th Squad (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Hanradi Khalag, a warlock of the Tiste Edur (First mentioned)[24] (First appearance)[8]
  • Havok, a Jhag horse belonging to Karsa Orlong (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Hayenar, Atri-Preda of the Letherii Army, leader of the search party for 'The Hunted'[1]
  • Heboric, former priest of Fener, then Destriant of Treach (Mentioned only)[16]
  • Hedge, a ghost[3]
  • Hellian, Sergeant, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 8th Squad[13]
  • Hetan, a White Face Barghast, wife of Onos Toolan (aka Tool), daughter of Humbrall Taur[2]
  • Honey, Sapper, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 4th Squad[11]
  • Hood, 'Lord of Death', aka 'Reaper'[24]
  • Horul Rinnesict, a Letherii, member of the Liberty Consign of Merchants in Letheras[16]
  • Hostille Rator, a T'lan Imass, visiting The Refugium[8]
  • Huldo, proprietor of the Letheras restaurant called "Huldo's" (Mentioned only)[25]
  • Hull Beddict, a Letherii, eldest Beddict brother (Mentioned only)[22]
  • Humbrall Taur, a White Face Barghast War Leader, father of Hetan (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Hunt, Corporal, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 10th Squad[11]

I[]

J[]

  • Jaghut Huntress, a sorceress of Omtose Phellack (the Elder Jaghut Warren of Ice), in Letheras at Settle Lake to tie up some loose ends[21]
  • Janall, deposed Empress of the Letherii Empire (First mentioned)[17] (First appearance)[24]
  • Janath Anar, a Letherii, a political prisoner in Letheras (First mentioned)[15] (First appearance)[22]
  • Jibb, Medium Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 12th Squad (Mentioned only)[19]

K[]

  • Kalam Mekhar, an assassin (Mentioned only)[10]
  • Kanorsos, a 'Patriotists' thug of Letheras[12]
  • Karos Invictad, a Letherii, Invigilator of the 'Patriotists' in Letheras[15]
  • K'ar Penath, a Tiste Edur K'risnan (Warlock) of the Arapay Clan[16]
  • Karsa Orlong, a Toblakai warrior[12]
  • K'azz D'Avore, the 'Avowed' Commander of The Crimson Guard (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Keden Qan, Royal Engineer at the time Letheras, a colony of the 'First Empire', was founded (Mentioned only)[24]
  • Kedeviss, Tiste Andii, close kin of Nimander Golit (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Kellanved, first emperor of the Malazan Empire (Mentioned only)[24] Spoiler safe
  • Keneb, Fist in the Bonehunters[13]
  • Kenryll'ah demon princes, two highborn demon brothers, princes from Aral Gamelon, 'gentlemen' farmers in the Letherii countryside[7]
  • Kettle, a Letherii orphan, one of 'The Hunted'[15]
  • Kilava Onass, Imass Bonecaster, Soletaken (veered form a black panther), sister of Onos Toolan (First mentioned)[8] (First appearance)[2]
  • Kilmandaros, an Elder Goddess[4]
  • Kindly, Captain in the Bonehunters (First mentioned)[14] (First appearance)[8]
  • ( King Diskanar: see Ezgara Diskanar )
  • Kisswhere, Sapper, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 5th Squad (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Knuckles, Elder God, aka 'Sechul Lath', son of Kilmandaros[8]
  • Koryk, a half-blood Seti, Marine, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 4th Squad[13]
  • Kraysos, an Awl, a warrior of the Renfayar Clan[1]
  • K'risnan, Tiste Edur Warlocks of the Emperor of Lether (Mentioned only)[15]
  • Kron, leader of the Kron T'lan Imass (Mentioned only)[7]
  • K'rul, Elder God of the Warrens, (aka 'Maker of Paths') (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Kulp, Cadre Mage, Malazan 7th Army (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Kuru Qan, Ceda of King Ezgara Diskanar of Lether (First mentioned)[4] (First appearance)[16]

L[]

M[]

N[]

  • Natarkas, an Awl, a 'Copperface' (First mentioned)[5] (First appearance)[10]
  • Nayrud, an Awl, a member of the Renfayar Clan, father of Masarch (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Nefarrias Bredd, a storied Malazan 14th Army squad member (Mentioned only)[21]
  • Nekal Bara, a Letherii sorceress of impressive skill and power in northern Lether (Mentioned only)[23]
  • Neller, Sapper, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 10th Squad[11]
  • Nenanda, Tiste Andii, close kin of Nimander Golit (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Nep Furrow, Mage, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 5th Squad[11]
  • Netok, White Face Barghast, younger brother of Hetan, son of Humbrall Taur (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Nifadas, a Letherii, First Eunuch of the old Emperor of Lether (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Nimander Golit, a Tiste Andii, offspring of Anomander Rake[13]
  • Nisall, a Letherii, First Concubine of the old Emperor of Lether[17]
  • Nok, Admiral of the Malazan Imperial Fleet, an 'Old Guard' member (Mentioned only)[14]

O[]

  • Obo, a mage and scholar in Malaz City (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Old Hunch Arbat, a Tarthenal[9]
  • The One God, subject of worship by the people of the Cabal Archipelago (Mentioned only)[16]
  • Onos T'oolan/Onos Toolan, aka 'Tool', Imass War Leader of the White Face Barghast, husband of Hetan, brother of Kilava Onass (First mentioned)[3] (First appearance)[2]
  • Onrack, a T'lan Imass, unbound[10]
  • Onyx, a member of the Rat Catchers' Guild in Letheras (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Onyx Wizards, Bluerose Tiste Andii mages, members of the Onyx Order of Andara, outlawed by the Letherii (First mentioned)[5] (First appearance)[10]
  • Oponn, 'Lord and Lady of Chance' (Mentioned only)[9]
  • Orbyn 'Truthfinder', a Letherii, Section Commander of the 'Patriotists' in Drene[22]
  • Ordant Brid, a Tiste Andii, 'Reve Master of the Rock', one of the Onyx Order of Andara (aka the Onyx Wizards) (First mentioned)[5] (First appearance)[10]
  • Ormly, a member of the Rat Catchers' Guild in Letheras[9]
  • Osserc, Elder God of the Tiste Liosan, aka the 'Son of Light' (Mentioned only)[4]

P[]

Q[]

R[]

  • Ramp, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 12th Squad (Mentioned only)[19]
  • Rautos Hivanar, a Letherii, Master of the Liberty Consign of Merchants in Letheras[15]
  • Redmask, an Awl, an exile who returned[4]
  • Reem, Corporal, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 13th Squad[14]
  • Reliko, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 5th Squad[11]
  • Rhulad Sengar, a Tiste Edur, ruler of the New Empire of Lether (First mentioned)[15] (First appearance)[17]
  • Rind, a Nacht, companion of Withal (First mentioned)[13] (First appearance)[21]
  • Rin Varalath, a Tiste Andii, 'Reve Master of the Night', one of the Onyx Order of Andara (aka the Onyx Wizards)[10]
  • Rucket, Chief Investigator of the Rat Catchers' Guild in Letheras[17]
  • Rud Elalle, an adopted foundling, resident of The Refugium[8]
  • Ruffle, Marine, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 5th Squad[11]
  • Rynthan, Forkrul Assail name for the 'God of Justice' (Mentioned only)[13]

S[]

  • Sag'Churok, a bodyguard to Redmask (First mentioned)[4] (First appearance)[22]
  • ( Salamander God: see Stump Flit )
  • Saltlick, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 13th Squad[7]
  • Samar Dev, a scholar and witch from Seven Cities[12]
  • Sandalath Drukorlat, a Tiste Andii, Withal's wife[13]
  • Sands, Marine, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 5th Squad (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Scabandari Bloodeye, a Soletaken Tiste Edur Eleint, aka 'Father Shadow'[4]
  • Scant, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 13th Squad[7]
  • Seguleh Twelfth, a female Seguleh warrior wearing a mask on which were painted eleven glyphs, one of Emperor Rhulad's 'challengers' (First mentioned)[12] (First appearance)[9]
  • Selush, a Letherii dresser of the dead (First mentioned)[15] (First appearance)[21]
  • Senior Assessor, aka the 'Cabalhii monk', a member of the 'Mockers' Sect of the United Sects of Cabal (First mentioned)[12] (First appearance)[16]
  • Senorbo, a constructor of puzzles, resident of Bluerose (Mentioned only)[15]
  • Seregahl, the five ancient feared gods of the Tarthenal (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Seren Pedac, a Letherii Acquitor, one of 'The Hunted'[15]
  • Serkanos, Tiste Liosan name for the 'God of Justice' (Mentioned only)[13]
  • Shadowthrone, King of High House Shadow[24] Spoiler safe
  • Shalmanat, legendary 'Protectress of Li Heng' (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Shard, Corporal, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 7th Squad[13]
  • Sheltatha Lore, a Soletaken (Sister of Dusk) (First mentioned)[24] (First appearance)[16]
  • Sher'arah of Korel, a renowned military genius (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Shoaly, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 4th Squad[11]
  • Shortnose, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 5th Squad[14]
  • Shurq Elalle, an itinerant pirate from Letheras[17]
  • Sidilack, a Gral, leader of the seventy-four Gral warriors of Vorlock Duven's First Empire 'Karasch Legion' (Mentioned only)[25]
  • Silanah, Eleint companion of Anomander Rake, aka the 'Red Dragon' (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Silchas Ruin, a Tiste Andii Ascendant, one of 'The Hunted', (aka 'White Crow') (First mentioned)[4] (First appearance)[15]
  • Silverfox, a Soletaken T'lan Imass Bonecaster (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Sinn, Mage, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 7th Squad (First mentioned)[13] (First appearance)[6]
  • Sinter, Sergeant, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 4th Squad (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Sirryn Kanar, a palace guard in Letheras[16]
  • Skim, Marine, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 5th Squad[11]
  • Skintick, Tiste Andii, close kin of Nimander Golit (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Skorgen Kaban, a Letherii, Shurq Elalle's First Mate (aka 'Pretty')[17]
  • Skoval Hivanar, a Letherii, an Imperial Ceda, ancestor of Rautos Hivanar (Mentioned only)[15]
  • Skulldeath, Marine, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 10th Squad[11]
  • Skwish, a Shake witch[18]
  • Sleem, Advocate, a renowned advocate (i.e., attorney) of the Letherii law establishment[23]
  • Smiles, Marine, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 4th Squad[13]
  • Sollanta scout, scout attached to the Letherii Eastern Army[6]
  • Sorry, a 'Bridgeburner', once possessed by Cotillion (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Stavi, young daughter of Hetan, twin of Storii[2]
  • Stayandi, a ten-year-old Letherii Indebted, sister of Abasard[3]
  • Storii, young daughter of Hetan, twin of Stavi[2]
  • Stormy, Corporal, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 5th Squad[14]
  • Strap Mull, Sapper, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 4th Squad[11]
  • Stump Flit, the 'Salamander God' (a Northern Genabackis deity) (Mentioned only)[8]
  • Sukul Ankhadu, a Soletaken (Sister Dapple)[24]
  • Surly, Mistress of the Claw under Emperor Kellanved, an 'Old Guard' member (Mentioned only)[14]

T[]

  • T'amber, Malazan 14th Army, Aide to Adjunct Tavore Paran (Mentioned only)[13]
  • Tanal Yathvanar, a Letherii, Karos Invictad's personal assistant[15]
  • Taralack Veed, a Gral agent of the 'Nameless Ones'[12]
  • Tarr, Corporal, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 4th Squad[13]
  • Tattersail, Malazan Cadre Sorceress in 'Onearm's Host' (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Tavore Paran, Malazan, Commander of the Bonehunters (First mentioned)[10] (First appearance)[13]
  • Tavos Pond, Marine, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 8th Squad[13]
  • Taxilian, an interpreter in Letheras (First mentioned)[12] (First appearance)[16]
  • Tayschrenn, Malazan Imperial High Mage (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Tehol Beddict, a destitute resident of Letheras[15]
  • Telorast, a possessed skeletal reptile[6]
  • Temper, Malazan veteran, frequenter of "Coop's Hanged Man Inn" in Malaz City (Mentioned only)[13]
  • Tene Baralta, Fist, Malazan 14th Army, Commander of the 'Red Blades' (Mentioned only)[13]
  • Teyan Atovis, 'Rise' (i.e., 'King of the Shake'), dead a millennium, kin of Yan Tovis (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Theven, an Awl, a warrior of the Renfayar Clan[1]
  • Thom Tissy, Sergeant, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 12th Squad[7]
  • Throatslitter, Marine, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 9th Squad[13]
  • T'iam, Elder Goddess of the Eleint, aka the 'Mother of all Dragons' (Mentioned only)[20]
  • Til'Aras Benok, a T'lan Imass Bonecaster, visiting The Refugium[8]
  • Tissin, senior handmaiden of the First Concubine (Nisall) of the emperor of Lether[16]
  • Toc Anaster, aka 'Toc the Younger', a prisoner of the Awl Ganetok Clan[5]
  • Toc the Elder, an 'Old Guard' member, father of Toc the Younger (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Togg, (with Fanderay) 'Lord and Lady of the Wolves', deities of war (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Tomad Sengar, a Tiste Edur, Patriarch of Emperor Rhulad (First mentioned)[17] (First appearance)[12]
  • ( Tool: see Onos T'oolan/Onos Toolan )
  • Torrent, an Awl, a 'Copperface'[3]
  • Touchy, Corporal #1, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 8th Squad[13]
  • Trantalo Kendar, a Tiste Edur warrior garrisoned in the Letherii town of Rennis, brother to Estav Kendar[14]
  • Treach, aka 'Trake', the 'Tiger of Summer', a war deity (Mentioned only)[16]
  • Treval, Finadd (i.e., Captain), a commander of skirmishers in Atri-Preda Bivatt's Letherii Army (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Triban Gnol, a Letherii, Chancellor of the New Empire of Lether (First mentioned)[22] (First appearance)[17]
  • T'riss, 'Queen of Dreams' (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Trotts, a 'Bridgeburner' (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Trull Sengar, a Tiste Edur renegade (First mentioned)[17] (First appearance)[10]
  • Truth, Malazan Army squad member, 7th and 14th Armies (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Tulip, Corporal, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 12th Squad (Mentioned only)[19]
  • Turudal Brizad, an ex-consort in Letheras (First mentioned)[17] (First appearance)[12]

U[]

  • Ublala Pung, an unemployed Tarthenal half-blood in Letheras[12]
  • Udinaas, a Letherii runaway slave, one of 'The Hunted'[15]
  • Ulshun Pral, an Imass, resident of The Refugium[8]
  • Unn, a half-blood indigent in Letheras, a large man with large hands[9]
  • Urb, Sergeant, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 13th Squad[13]
  • Urko Crust, an 'Old Guard' member, brother of Cartharon Crust (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Ursto Hoobutt, a Letherii, husband of Pinosel[21]
  • Uru Hela, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 5th Squad[7]
  • Uruth Sengar, a Tiste Edur, Matriarch of Emperor Rhulad and wife to Tomad Sengar (First mentioned)[24] (First appearance)[25]
  • Uster Taran, a Letherii, member of the Liberty Consign of Merchants of Letheras[16]

V[]

  • Varat Taun, Lieutenant to Yan Tovis of the Letherii Army[16]
  • Vastly Blank, Heavy Infantry, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 3rd Company, 5th Squad[11]
  • Venitt Sathad, a Letherii, Rautos Hivanar's principal field agent[15]
  • Ventrala, a Tiste Edur K'risnan (Warlock) with the search party for 'The Hunted'[1] Spoiler safe
  • Village Factor, village leader near Breeder's Wood[9]
  • Vorlock Duven, Commander of the 'Karasch Legion' (which included seventy-four Gral warriors) of the Human First Empire (Mentioned only)[25]
  • Vrager, a Letherii, no friend of Old Hunch Arbat (Mentioned only)[9]

W[]

  • ( Warlock King: see Hannan Mosag )
  • Whiskeyjack, a sergeant of the Bridgeburners, an 'Old Guard' member (Mentioned only)[3]
  • ( White Crow: see Silchas Ruin )
  • Widdershins, Squad Mage, Malazan 14th Army, 8th Legion, 9th Company, 9th Squad (First mentioned)[13] (First appearance)[7]
  • Withal, a Meckros Swordsmith[13]
  • Wither, a shadow wraith, one of 'The Hunted'[22]

Y[]

Z[]

Notes and references[]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 4
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 22
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 10
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 Reaper's Gale, Prologue
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 5.12 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 6
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 16
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 7.15 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 17
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 8.11 8.12 8.13 8.14 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 20
  9. 9.00 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04 9.05 9.06 9.07 9.08 9.09 9.10 9.11 9.12 9.13 9.14 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 11
  10. 10.00 10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 10.07 10.08 10.09 10.10 10.11 10.12 10.13 10.14 10.15 10.16 10.17 10.18 10.19 10.20 10.21 10.22 10.23 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 8
  11. 11.00 11.01 11.02 11.03 11.04 11.05 11.06 11.07 11.08 11.09 11.10 11.11 11.12 11.13 11.14 11.15 11.16 11.17 11.18 11.19 11.20 11.21 11.22 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 21
  12. 12.00 12.01 12.02 12.03 12.04 12.05 12.06 12.07 12.08 12.09 12.10 12.11 12.12 12.13 12.14 12.15 12.16 12.17 12.18 12.19 12.20 12.21 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 7
  13. 13.00 13.01 13.02 13.03 13.04 13.05 13.06 13.07 13.08 13.09 13.10 13.11 13.12 13.13 13.14 13.15 13.16 13.17 13.18 13.19 13.20 13.21 13.22 13.23 13.24 13.25 13.26 13.27 13.28 13.29 13.30 13.31 13.32 13.33 13.34 13.35 13.36 13.37 13.38 13.39 13.40 13.41 13.42 13.43 13.44 13.45 13.46 13.47 13.48 13.49 13.50 13.51 13.52 13.53 13.54 13.55 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 13
  14. 14.00 14.01 14.02 14.03 14.04 14.05 14.06 14.07 14.08 14.09 14.10 14.11 14.12 14.13 14.14 14.15 14.16 14.17 14.18 14.19 14.20 14.21 14.22 14.23 14.24 14.25 14.26 14.27 14.28 14.29 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 14
  15. 15.00 15.01 15.02 15.03 15.04 15.05 15.06 15.07 15.08 15.09 15.10 15.11 15.12 15.13 15.14 15.15 15.16 15.17 15.18 15.19 15.20 15.21 15.22 15.23 15.24 15.25 15.26 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 1
  16. 16.00 16.01 16.02 16.03 16.04 16.05 16.06 16.07 16.08 16.09 16.10 16.11 16.12 16.13 16.14 16.15 16.16 16.17 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 9
  17. 17.00 17.01 17.02 17.03 17.04 17.05 17.06 17.07 17.08 17.09 17.10 17.11 17.12 17.13 17.14 17.15 17.16 17.17 17.18 17.19 17.20 17.21 17.22 17.23 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 3
  18. 18.00 18.01 18.02 18.03 18.04 18.05 18.06 18.07 18.08 18.09 18.10 18.11 18.12 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 12
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 19.4 Reaper's Gale, Dramatis Personae
  20. 20.0 20.1 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 23
  21. 21.00 21.01 21.02 21.03 21.04 21.05 21.06 21.07 21.08 21.09 21.10 21.11 21.12 21.13 21.14 21.15 21.16 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 24
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 22.4 22.5 22.6 22.7 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 2
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 18
  24. 24.00 24.01 24.02 24.03 24.04 24.05 24.06 24.07 24.08 24.09 24.10 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 5
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 Reaper's Gale, Chapter 15
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