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Toll the Hounds
Dramatis Personae Prologue
Vow to the Sun
Chapter 1 Chapter 2
Chapter 3 Chapter 4
Chapter 5 Chapter 6
Cold-Eyed Virtues
Chapter 7 Chapter 8
Chapter 9 Chapter 10
Chapter 11 Chapter 12
To Die in the Now
Chapter 13 Chapter 14
Chapter 15 Chapter 16
Chapter 17 Chapter 18
Toll the Hounds
Chapter 19 Chapter 20
Chapter 21 Chapter 22
Chapter 23 Chapter 24
Epilogue Pagination

As found in the US TOR Trade Paperback ( ISBN 978-0-7653-1654-7 ) - other print/electronic editions may vary.



  • Picker, a retired Bridgeburner and partner in K'rul's Bar
  • Blend, a retired Bridgeburner and partner in K'rul's Bar
  • Antsy, a retired Bridgeburner and partner in K'rul's Bar Eye-open
  • Mallet, a retired Bridgeburner and healer
  • Bluepearl, a retired Bridgeburner
  • Fisher, a bard, a regular at K'rul's Bar
  • Duiker, once the Malazan Empire's Imperial Historian






The following list records all of the characters that appear in Toll the Hounds 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).
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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

AEdit

  • ( Adjunct : see Tavore Paran )
  • Amby Bole, a retired Mott Irregular and newfound shareholder in the Trygalle Trade Guild[1] Eye-open
  • ( Ammanas: see Shadowthrone )
  • Andarist, a Tiste Andii, brother of Anomander Rake and Silchas Ruin (Mentioned only)[2] Eye-open
  • Anomander Rake, Tiste Andii Soletaken Eleint, 'Son of Darkness', Knight of Darkness, Ruler of Black Coral (First mentioned)[3] (First appearance)[2] Eye-open
  • Antsy, a retired Bridgeburner and partner in "K'rul's Bar" in Darujhistan[4] Eye-open
  • Apsalar, an assassin, once a Bridgeburner named 'Sorry' (not to be confused with Apsalar/Apsal'ara, the 'Mistress of Thieves') (Mentioned only)[5] Eye-open
  • Apsal'ara, (aka 'Apsalar'), 'Mistress of Thieves', one of the Slain within Dragnipur[3] Eye-open
  • Aranatha, a Tiste Andii, close kin of Nimander Golit[2]
  • Ardatha, (also 'Ardata'), an Elder Goddess, aka the 'Queen of Witches' / 'Queen of Spiders' (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Avab Tenitt, a man whose life was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]

BEdit

  • Bainisk, a worker at the iron mine outside Darujhistan[7]
  • Bairoth Gild, a young warrior of the Uryd Teblor Tribe, companion of Karsa Orlong (Mentioned only)[8]
  • ( Baral : see Barathol Mekhar )
  • Baran, a Hound of Shadow (First mentioned)[5] (First appearance)[9]
  • Barathol Mekhar, a tourist in Darujhistan, a blacksmith[10]
  • Baruk, High Alchemist and member of the T'orrud Cabal in Darujhistan[4]
  • Baudin, an ex-Talon, the Soldier of High House Death (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Bedek, Harllo (younger)'s 'uncle', (i.e., his adoptive father) in Darujhistan[5]
  • Bedusk Pall Kovuss Agape, a 'Jaghut Anap', aka 'the Provost' in 'Reach of Woe' (a village on a "wreckers' coast")[12]
  • Bedusk Pall Kovuss Agape's wife, a Jaghut in 'Reach of Woe'[12]
  • Bek'athana Ilk, the leader of a clan of Kron T'lan Imass (Mentioned only)[8]
  • Bellam Nom, a young man of fifteen years of age in Darujhistan[13]
  • Bellurdan, aka 'Skullcrusher', High Mage of the Malazan Empire, mate of Nightchill (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Ben Adaephon Delat, aka 'Quick Ben', a High Mage (Mentioned only)[11]
  • ( The Benighted : see Seerdomin )
  • Benuck Fill, a man whose life was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Benuck Fill's mother, a woman whose soul was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Beru, the 'Lord/Lady of Storms' (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Besk, a man whose life was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Bhok'arala, small, fanged, monkey-like winged creatures, mainly found in Seven Cities[10]
  • The Black-Winged Lord, God of the Tiste Andii of Bluerose in the Letherii Empire, aka Anomander Rake (Mentioned only)[15]
  • Blend, a retired Bridgeburner and partner in "K'rul's Bar" in Darujhistan[4]
  • Blind, a Hound of Shadow[9]
  • Blue Moranth, ocean-going clan of the Moranth - functioned as their Navy/Merchant Marines branch (Mentioned only)[13]
  • Bluepearl, a retired Bridgeburner and a regular at "K'rul's Bar" in Darujhistan[4]
  • The Bonehunters, the name adopted by the renegade Malazan 14th Army, commanded by Adjunct Tavore Paran (Mentioned only)[16]
  • ( Bone Miner : see Dev'ad Anon Tol )
  • Boothal, an employee at "K'rul's Bar" in Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Bormen, a bar owner in Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[10]
  • Brevith Dreda, a Tiste of "mixed blood" remembered by Endest Silann (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Brokul, a debtor with badly overdue debts (Mentioned only)[10]
  • Brukhalian, once the Mortal Sword of the Grey Swords of Elingarth, southern Genabackis[18]
  • Bucch, one of a group of anti-Tiste Andii conspirators in Black Coral (aka Liberators)[2]
  • Bult, an older Wickan warrior of the Malazan 7th Army (First mentioned)[5] (First appearance)[11]
  • Buna Bole, a deceased 'Bole Brother', a Mott Irregular (Mentioned only)[19]
  • Burn, the 'Sleeping Goddess', aka 'Lady of the Earth' (Mentioned only)[10]

CEdit

  • Caladan Brood, a Warlord (First mentioned)[9] (First appearance)[20]
  • The Captain, a nomadic tyrant of the Lamatath Plain of central Genabackis, ruler of the 'Skathandi' (First mentioned)[9] (First appearance)[8]
  • Carpala, late dueling instructor in Darujhistan, trainer of Murillio (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Cartharon Crust, (aka 'Crust'), a Napan 'Old Guard' member, brother of Urko Crust (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Cartographer, an undead 'Master of Maps'[18]
  • Cast, a Hound of Light[21]
  • Challice, (aka 'Lady Vidikas'), wife of Gorlas Vidikas, daughter of Estraysian D'Arle[4]
  • Chaur, a gentle man, companion of Barathol Mekhar[10]
  • Chillbais, a demon in Darujhistan[4]
  • Chud, a new cook at the "Phoenix Inn" in Darujhistan[22]
  • Clerk, an unhelpful clerk at the Blacksmiths' Guild headquarters in Darujhistan[7]
  • Clip, a Tiste Andii, the Mortal Sword of Darkness[2]
  • Coll, a Council Member in Darujhistan[4]
  • Coltaine, Wickan Fist of the Malazan 7th Army in Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Cotillion, the 'Rope', Patron God of Assassins[9]
  • Coutre, 'the' woman in Glanno Tarp's life - one of a series (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Cowl, a High Mage of the Crimson Guard (Mentioned only)[2]
  • The Crippled God, King of High House Chains, aka the 'Fallen One' (Mentioned only)[5]
  • ( Crokus Younghand : see Cutter )
  • Crone, a Great Raven[4]
  • ( Crust : see Cartharon Crust )
  • ( C'ur : see Cutter )
  • Cutter, an assassin, (once known as 'Crokus'), in Darujhistan[10]
  • Cuven, aka 'Brother Cuven', a long dead monk of K'rul's Temple in Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[17]

DEdit

  • Dancer, a master assassin and co-founder (with Kellanved) of the Malazan Empire (Mentioned only)[9]
  • Dassem Ultor, once the Malazan Imperial First Sword[9]
  • Deadsmell, Corporal, a marine of the Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[8]
  • Delish, a daughter of Sepharla in Darujhistan[4]
  • Delum Thord, a young warrior of the Uryd Teblor Tribe, companion of Karsa Orlong (Mentioned only)[8]
  • De nek okral, a war deity in the guise of an extremely large bear[12]
  • Deragoth, aka 'The Hounds of Darkness' (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Derudan, a witch of Tennes and a member of the T'orrud Cabal in Darujhistan (First mentioned)[5] (First appearance)[23]
  • Desra, a Tiste Andii, close kin of Nimander Golit[2]
  • Dessembrae, 'Lord of Tragedy' (First mentioned)[13] (First appearance)[21]
  • Dessimbelackis, founder and Emperor of the human 'First Empire' (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Dester Thrin, an assassin in Darujhistan[4]
  • Detoran, a Bridgeburner (Mentioned only)[24]
  • Dev'ad Anan Tol, (aka Bone Miner), a T'lan Imass, alive during the rule of the Jaghut Tyrant Raest in Darujhistan[7]
  • Dillat, historian, author of the ancient work "Dark and Light" (Mentioned only)[4]
  • Ditch, one of the Slain within Dragnipur[3]
  • Doan, a dead Hound of Shadow (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Dog walkers, two witnesses[3]
  • Doruth, a gate guard in Darujhistan[5]
  • Draconus, one of the Slain within Dragnipur (First mentioned)[3] (First appearance)[19]
  • D'rek, the 'Worm of Autumn' (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Drethdenan, a Tiste in the time of ancient Kharkanas (Mentioned only)[25]
  • Duiker, once the Malazan Empire's Imperial Historian[4]
  • Dujek Onearm, Commander of 'Onearm's Host' (First mentioned)[5] (First appearance)[11]
  • Dule, a worker at the iron mine outside Darujhistan[22]
  • The Dying God, a new god worshipped in parts of central Genabackis, associated with the drinking of Saemankelyk (First mentioned)[25] (First appearance)[24]

EEdit

  • Edgewalker, a wanderer[3]
  • The Eel, an alias of Kruppe (First mentioned)[13] (First appearance)[21]
  • Elder, a gigantic mason - builder of Azath Houses[8]
  • ( Emperor of a Thousand Deaths : see Rhulad Sengar )
  • ( Empress : see Laseen )
  • Endest Silann, a Tiste Andii wizard in Black Coral[2]
  • Enesdia, betrothed wife of Andarist, sister of Kadaspala in ancient Kharkanas (Mentioned only)[19]
  • Envy, (aka 'Lady Envy'), a bystander in Darujhistan (First mentioned)[4] (First appearance)[19]
  • Ereko, a deceased Tartheno of pure blood - a very close friend and comrade of Traveller (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Esthala, a Tiste Legion officer in ancient Kharkanas, remembered by Endest Silann (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Estraysian D'Arle, a Council Member in Darujhistan, father of Challice Vidikas (neé D'Arle) (First mentioned)[1] (First appearance)[26]

FEdit

  • Faint, a shareholder in the Trygalle Trade Guild[10]
  • ( Fallen One : see the Crippled God )
  • Fanderay, 'She-Wolf of Winter', a war deity (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Fat Saborgan, a man whose life was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Favo, a worker at the iron mine outside Darujhistan[22]
  • Fedel, a student of the dueling instructor Carpala (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Felisin Younger, Sha'ik Reborn's adopted daughter in Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Fellurkanath, a long dead member of K'rul's Temple in Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Fener, 'The Boar of Summer', a war deity (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Feral, a Tiste Andii assassin attached to the 'Temple of Darkness' in Black Coral (Mentioned only)[16]
  • Fiddler, a renowned Bridgeburner, famous for his skill in the use of Moranth munitions (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Fisher, a bard, (aka 'Fisher kel Tath') a regular at "K'rul's Bar" in Darujhistan[3]
  • Foreman of the iron mine, the 'camp workmaster' in charge of an iron mine of Humble Measure outside Darujhistan[7]
  • Fuldit, a player of the game 'Kef Tanar' with Spinnock Durav and Seerdomin in Black Coral[9]

GEdit

  • Gacharge Hadlorn Who Waits, once an inhabitant of 'Reach of Woe', a community of wreckers on a so-called "wreckers' coast" (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Gait, a Hound of Light[21]
  • Ganoes Stabro Paran, Captain, Bridgeburners, 'Onearm's Host' (Mentioned only)[4]
  • Ganrod, a dead Hound of Shadow (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Gareb, a money-lender of questionable ethics in Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[10]
  • Garsten, a player of the game 'Kef Tanar' with Spinnock Durav and Seerdomin in Black Coral[2]
  • Gaz, a killer in Darujhistan[5]
  • Gear, a Hound of Shadow[9]
  • Gedderone, 'Lady of Spring and Rebirth' (Mentioned only)[4]
  • Ghennan, a Hound of Light[21]
  • Giddyn the Quick, an assassin in Darujhistan[4]
  • Gisp, an undead caravan driver[10]
  • Glanno Tarp, a shareholder in the Trygalle Trade Guild[10]
  • Gnaw, 'god-touched' Teblor hunting-dog in Karsa Orlong's home village in Northwest Genabackis[3]
  • Gorlas Vidikas, newest Council Member in Darujhistan, past Hero of the Fete[4]
  • Goruss, a 'bodymonger' who dealt in older children, uncle of Bellam Nom[26]
  • Gothos, a Jaghut mage, often to be found in Azath Houses (First mentioned)[10] (First appearance)[8]
  • Gradithan, a vicious thug in Black Coral (First mentioned)[9] (First appearance)[8]
  • Gran, late grandmother of Scorch of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[10]
  • Grasp, a Hound of Light[21]
  • Greyfrog, a demon familiar and companion of L'oric (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Grisp Falaunt, a failed farmer on the Dwelling Plain outside Darujhistan, owner of Scamper[6]
  • Gruntle, a caravan guard on extended leave, Mortal Sword of Trake/Treach[10]
  • Guard with a failing heart was a Darujhistan city guardsman with an ailing heart.[5]

HEdit

  • Haid, a worker at the iron mine outside Darujhistan[22]
  • Hairlock, a sticksnare (a wooden 'puppet') animated by the soul of a Malazan cadre mage (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Hallyd Bahann, (also 'Halyd Bahann'), a Tiste Legion officer in ancient Kharkanas, remembered by Endest Silann (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Hanas, a Hound of Light[21]
  • Hanut Orr, a Council Member in Darujhistan, nephew of the late Turban Orr[4]
  • Haradas, a retired Trygalle Trade Guild caravan merchant-mage, now in charge of the Guild's home office in Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Harak, one of a group of anti-Tiste Andii conspirators in Black Coral (aka Liberators)[2]
  • Harllo, a deceased caravan guard and close friend of Gruntle and Stonny Menackis (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Harllo, a child in Darujhistan (named after Harllo, who was not his father but who had been a close friend of the child's biological mother, Stonny Menackis)[5]
  • Havet, a capable guard of Hanut Orr[6]
  • Havok, a Jhag stallion of Karsa Orlong[9]
  • Heboric Ghost Hands, once a Malazan Historian, next a Destriant of Fener - then a Destriant of Treach (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Hedry, a serving girl at "K'rul's Bar" in Darujhistan[17]
  • Hegest, an old palace retainer of the Pannion Seer in the Pannion Domin, one of a group of anti-Tiste Andii conspirators in Black Coral (aka Liberators)[20]
  • Herboo Nast, 'the' woman in Glanno Tarp's life - eleventh in a series (Mentioned only)[12]
  • High Priest of Burn, of the Temple of Burn in Darujhistan[5]
  • High Priestess of Darkness, a Tiste Andii, the High Priestess in the Temple of Darkness in Black Coral[25]
  • Hinter, the ghost of a long dead sorcerer/necromancer, resident of "Hinter's Tower" in Darujhistan[13]
  • Hinty, a daughter of Myrla and Bedek in Darujhistan[5]
  • Hish Tulla, a Tiste in the time of ancient Kharkanas (Mentioned only)[25]
  • Hood, the 'God of Death'[3]
  • Hounds of Light, creatures of Kurald Thyrllan, Elder Warren of Light (First mentioned)[9] (First appearance)[21]
  • Hounds of Shadow, creatures of the Shadow Realm[3]
  • Humble Measure, a mysterious presence in Darujhistan's criminal underworld[10]

IEdit

  • Icarium, a Jhag, aka 'Lifestealer' (Mentioned only)[10]
  • Ilgast Rend, a Tiste Legion officer in ancient Kharkanas, remembered by Endest Silann (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Irilta, a regular at the "Phoenix Inn" in Darujhistan[4]
  • Iskaral Pust, High Priest of Shadow, Shadowthrone's Magus, God of the Bhok'arala[10]
  • Iskar Jarak, a name used by the leader of the Ascendant Bridgeburners (aka Whiskeyjack)[18]
  • Itkovian, once the Shield Anvil of the Grey Swords of Elingarth (First mentioned)[25] (First appearance)[14]

JEdit

KEdit

  • Kadaspala, one of the Slain within Dragnipur, brother of Enesdia[19]
  • Kagamandra Tulas, a Tiste Legion officer in ancient Kharkanas, (aka Tulas Shorn), remembered by Endest Silann[18]
  • Kalam Mekhar, an assassin, a relation of Barathol Mekhar (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Kallor, a challenger, (aka 'The High King')[25]
  • Kanz, a boy whose life was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Kanz's mother, a woman whose life was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Kanz's sister, a girl whose life was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Karsa Orlong, a Teblor Toblakai warrior (First mentioned)[9] (First appearance)[8]
  • Karsa Orlong's daughters, two Teblor Toblakai girls in Karsa Orlong's home village in Northwest Genabackis[3]
  • Kathada, owner of one of the more elegant lakeside restaurants in Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[1]
  • K'azz D'Avore, Commander of the Crimson Guard (Mentioned only)[8]
  • K'Chain Che'Malle Matron, an insane Matron of the K'Chain Che'Malle who was a prisoner of the Pannion Seer of the Pannion Domin in Genabackis (Mentioned only)[20]
  • Kedeviss, a Tiste Andii, close kin of Nimander Golit[2]
  • Kellanved, founder and first Emperor of the Malazan Empire (Mentioned only)[9] Eye-open
  • Kest, the captain of Sirik's private bodyguard in Darujhistan[10]
  • Kilmandaros, an Elder Goddess (Mentioned only)[4]
  • Korbolo Dom, a renegade Malazan Fist, Commander of the 'Dogslayers' of the Army of the Apocalypse in Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Korlat, a Tiste Andii Soletaken (First mentioned)[2] (First appearance)[21]
  • K'rul, an Elder God[3]
  • Kruppe, a round little man in Darujhistan[3]
  • Krute of Talient, an agent of the Assassins' Guild in Darujhistan[5]
  • Kust, a capable guard of Hanut Orr[6]

LEdit

  • Larmas, an employee at "K'rul's Bar" in Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Laseen, Empress of the Malazan Empire (Mentioned only)[4]
  • Lazan Door, a newly hired compound guard in Darujhistan[17]
  • Leff, an old associate of Torvald Nom and a newly hired estate guard in Darujhistan[4]
  • The Liberators, the name adopted for themselves by the rabid anti-Tiste Andii human conspirators of Black Coral[20]
  • Lim, Councilman, assassinated father of Shardan Lim of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Lock, a new Hound of Shadow[9]
  • Lord of the Galayn, a Soletaken Demon Lord, (aka 'Galayn'), one of the Slain within Dragnipur (Mentioned only)[4]
  • L'oric, a Tiste Liosan High Mage, son of Osserc, grandson of Father Light (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Luft, 'the' woman in Glanno Tarp's life - one of a series (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Lull, Captain, Malazan 7th Army (Mentioned only)[5]

MEdit

  • The Mad Poets, members of a school of Tiste poetry in ancient Kharkanas, known for verse of extreme terseness (Mentioned only)[8]
  • Madrun, (aka 'Madrun Badrun'), a newly hired compound guard in Darujhistan[17]
  • Mael, the 'Elder God of the Seas' (Mentioned only)[9]
  • Mallet, a retired Bridgeburner, healer, and a regular at "K'rul's Bar" in Darujhistan[4]
  • Mammot, late High Priest and eminent scholar of Darujhistan, 'uncle' of Crokus Younghand (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Manalle, a Tiste in the time of ancient Kharkanas (Mentioned only)[25]
  • Mappo Runt, a Trell, a long-time companion of Icarium[10]
  • Master of the Deck, (aka 'Master of the Deck of Dragons') Ganoes Stabro Paran (Mentioned only)[10]
  • Master Quell, Trygalle Trade Guild navigator and sorcerer[10]
  • Meese, proprietor of the "Phoenix Inn" in Darujhistan[4]
  • Menandore, a Tiste, daughter of Osserc (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Mew, a daughter of Myrla and Bedek in Darujhistan[5]
  • Milok, a gate guard in Darujhistan[5]
  • Mogora, Iskaral Pust's occasional wife[10]
  • Monkrat, a sinister figure in Black Coral[8]
  • Mother Dark, Elder Goddess of Darkness (First mentioned)[2] (First appearance)[24]
  • Mule, a seriously mysterious creature - seemingly Iskaral Pust's mule[10]
  • Munug, an artisan with crippled hands, a native of Darjhistan (Mentioned only)[16]
  • Murillio, a consort in Darujhistan[4]
  • Myrla, Harllo (younger)'s 'aunt' (i.e., his adoptive mother) in Darujhistan[5]

NEdit

  • Nenanda, a Tiste Andii, close kin of Nimander Golit[2]
  • Nerruse, 'Lady of Calm Seas and Fair Winds' (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Nightchill, High Sorceress of the Malazan Empire, mate of Bellurdan (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Nimander Golit, Tiste Andii, son of Anomander Rake[2]
  • Nissala, a woman whose life was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Nivvy, 'the' woman in Glanno Tarp's life - one of a series (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Nok, a Napan 'Old Guard' member, later Admiral of the Malazan Imperial Fleet (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Nou, watchdog next door to Thordy and Gaz[5]

OEdit

  • Old shepherd, Darujhistan resident[1]
  • Oponn, Twin Jesters of Chance, (Lord's 'push' : Lady's 'pull') (Mentioned only)[10]
  • Orfantal, a Tiste Andii Soletaken, Korlat's brother (First mentioned)[2] (First appearance)[21]
  • Osseric, (aka 'Osserc') father of L'oric, son of Father Light (Mentioned only)[4]

PEdit

  • Pahlk Orlong, Karsa Orlong's grandfather (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Pallid, a new Hound of Shadow[9]
  • Pannion Seer, the Prophet Tyrant of the Pannion Domin in east central Genabackis (Mentioned only)[9]
  • Pearl, a demon, one of the Slain within Dragnipur[3]
  • Phaed, a Tiste Andii, close kin of Nimander Golit (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Picker, a retired Bridgeburner and partner in "K'rul's Bar" in Darujhistan[4]
  • Pra'iran, a Tiste Andii (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Precious Thimble, a retired Mott Irregular and newfound shareholder in the Trygalle Trade Guild[1]
  • Prelick, a drunken suitor of Delish in Darujhistan[4]
  • Prophet Seech, the High Priest of the 'Fallen One' in Darujhistan (once a middling artist named Munug) (First mentioned)[13] (First appearance)[26]

QEdit

  • ( Queen of Dreams : see T'riss )
  • ( Quell : see Master Quell )
  • ( Quick Ben : see Ben Adaephon Delat )
  • Quip Younger, owner of "Quip's Bar"[10]

REdit

  • Raest, a Jaghut Tyrant (retired), Guardian of the Azath House in Darujhistan (First mentioned)[2] (First appearance)[10]
  • Rallick Nom, an awakened assassin in Darujhistan (First mentioned)[4] (First appearance)[10]
  • Ravyd Lim, a member of House Lim in Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[26]
  • Reccanto Ilk, a shareholder in the Trygalle Trade Guild[10]
  • The Redeemer, a recent Ascendant, revered in Black Coral (First mentioned)[2] (First appearance)[14]
  • Resto, tavern-keeper of the "Scour Tavern" in Black Coral[2]
  • The Revenants was a military group commanded by an outlawed Seguleh, based near One Eye Cat, Genabackis, during the Malazan invasion (Mentioned only)[19]
  • Rhulad Sengar, a Tiste Edur, once Emperor of the Letherii Empire (Mentioned only)[8]
  • Rood, a Hound of Shadow[9]

SEdit

  • Saelen Gara talespinner, a storyteller of the Saelen Gara, who once inhabited the forestlands of ancient Kharkanas (Mentioned only)[24]
  • Salind, a young High Priestess of the Redeemer in Black Coral[25]
  • Samar Dev, a witch and companion of Karsa Orlong[9]
  • Sandalath Drukorlat, a Tiste Andii, wife of Withal (Mentioned only)[9]
  • Santbala, a student of the dueling instructor Carpala (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Scabandari, aka 'Scara Bandaris', a Tiste Legion officer in ancient Kharkanas, remembered by Endest Silann (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Scamper, a two-legged dog owned by Grisp Falaunt[6]
  • Scillara, Cutter’s companion[10]
  • Scorch, an old associate of Torvald Nom and a newly hired estate guard in Darujhistan[4]
  • Scurve, barkeep at the "Phoenix Inn" in Darujhistan (referred to by name in Dramatis Personae only)[27]
  • Seba Krafar, Master of the Assassins' Guild in Darujhistan (First mentioned)[4] (First appearance)[26]
  • Second Sister through Sixth Sister, Tiste Andii, the five highest ranking Priestesses (after the High Priestess) of the Temple of Darkness in Black Coral[15]
  • Seerdomin, a resident of Black Coral, friend of Spinnock Durav[2]
  • ( Segda Travos : see Seerdomin )
  • Seguleh Second, Knight of High House Death[18]
  • Sepharla, a widow, mother of Delish in Darujhistan[4]
  • Shadowthrone, the God of Shadow[3] Eye-open
  • Sha'ik, (aka 'Sha'ik Reborn'), 'Chosen One' of the Whirlwind Goddess of the rebellion in Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Shan, a Hound of Shadow[9]
  • Shardan Lim, a Council Member in Darujhistan[4]
  • Sheltatha Lore, a Tiste of "mixed blood", daughter of Scabandari/Scara Bandaris (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Silanah, an Eleint (aka 'the Red Dragon') in Black Coral[2]
  • Silchas Ruin, a Tiste Andii, brother of Anomander Rake and Andarist (Mentioned only)[25]
  • Silverfox, a Bonecaster, the long-awaited 'Summoner' of the T'lan Imass (Mentioned only)[25]
  • Simtal, aka 'Lady Simtal' - the name Coll's estranged wife had adopted after ruining him (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Sirik, a merchant and caravan owner based in Darujhistan[10]
  • Skamar Ara, a commander of Jacuruku legions[11]
  • Skevos, a barkeep at "K'rul's Bar" in Darujhistan[17]
  • Skilles Naver, a man whose life was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Skinner, an officer of the Crimson Guard (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Skintick, a Tiste Andii, close kin of Nimander Golit[2]
  • Snell, a child[5]
  • Soliel, 'Lady of Health and Healing' (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Sordiko Qualm, High Priestess of Shadow in Darujhistan[5]
  • Sormo E'nath, a Wickan warlock of the Malazan 7th Army (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Sorrit, an Eleint (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Sorry, a Bridgeburner, a deadly killer in the guise of a young girl (Mentioned only)[7]
  • Spindle, a retired Bridgeburner, on a pilgrimage to the Barrow of the Redeemer outside Black Coral (First mentioned)[4] (First appearance)[16]
  • Spinnock Durav, a Tiste Andii in Black Coral[2]
  • Spite, (aka 'Sister Spite'), a Soletaken (First mentioned)[4] (First appearance)[10]
  • Stonny Menackis, a retired caravan guard, now owner of a duelling school in Darujhistan (First mentioned)[5] (First appearance)[1]
  • Studious Lock, aka 'Blood Drinker', 'Bile Spitter', 'Poisoner' (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Studlock (aka Studious Lock), a castellan in Darujhistan[7]
  • Stump Flit, 'The Salamander God' (a northern Genabackis deity) (Mentioned only)[19]
  • Sukul Ankhadu, a Tiste of "mixed blood", a daughter of Osserc (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Sulty, server at the "Phoenix Inn" in Darujhistan[10]
  • Surly, a Napan 'Old Guard' member, once Mistress of the Claw under Emperor Kellanved (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Surna, a woman whose life was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Sweetest Sufferance, a shareholder in the Trygalle Trade Guild[10]
  • Sweetest Sufferance's grandfather had been a member of the Revenants in One Eye Cat, Genabackis (Mentioned only)[19]

TEdit

  • Talo Krafar, a late member of the Darujhistan Assassins' Guild, father of Seba Krafar (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Tavore Paran, (aka Adjunct) Commander of the Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[8]
  • Taya Radok, an assassin, daughter of Vorcan (Mentioned only)[13]
  • Tayschrenn, Malazan Imperial High Mage (Mentioned only)[11]
  • The Temple Historian, a Tiste Andii Priestess of the Temple of Darkness in Black Coral[16]
  • Teven, Sergeant, one of The Captain's officers, Lamatath Plain, central Genabackis (Mentioned only)[8]
  • Therule, aka 'Thurule', Lady Envy's Seguleh servant[19]
  • Thordy, Gaz's wife in Darujhistan[5]
  • Thove, one of a group of anti-Tiste Andii conspirators in Black Coral (aka Liberators) (Mentioned only)[14]
  • ( Thurule : see Therule )
  • T'iam, Elder Goddess of the Eleint, aka 'Mother of all Dragons' (Mentioned only)[4]
  • ( Tiamatha : see T'iam )
  • Tiserra, Torvald Nom's wife in Darujhistan[5]
  • Toc Anaster, the name used by Toc the Younger after his soul was resurrected into a new body[18]
  • Toc the Younger, a Malazan scout, originally under Dujek Onearm's command, imprisoned and tortured by the Pannion Seer, aka 'Herald of High House Death' (First mentioned)[20] (First appearance)[24]
  • Togg, 'Wolf (male) of Winter', a war deity (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Torvald Nom, a cousin of Rallick Nom[10]
  • Trake, (aka 'Treach'), the 'Tiger of Summer', a war deity (Mentioned only)[10]
  • Tralka Vonan, aka 'Blood Feeders', in 'Reach of Woe' (a village on a "wreckers' coast")[12]
  • Traveller, a stranger[25]
  • T'riss, the 'Queen of Dreams' (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Trotts, an ex-Bridgeburner (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Tufty, an undead white cat in Darujhistan[21]
  • Tulas Shorn, an undead Tiste Edur Soletaken Eleint, (aka Kagamandra Tulas)[15]
  • Turban Orr, a late Council Member in Darujhistan, uncle of Hanut Orr (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Tyrant King, an ominous figure whose imminent reappearance in Darujhistan has been foretold (Mentioned only)[5]

UEdit

  • Ultama, a Hound of Light[21]
  • Uludan, Troop Leader of The Captain's Fourth Troop of light cavalry, Lamatath Plain, Central Genabackis (Mentioned only)[8]
  • ( Urdo : see Gradithan )
  • Urko Crust, a Napan 'Old Guard' member, brother of Cartharon Crust (Mentioned only)[14]

VEdit

  • Vaderon, a memorable war horse of Kallor (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Vanut Degalla, a Tiste in the time of ancient Kharkanas (Mentioned only)[25]
  • Varada, aka 'Lady Varada', a mysteriously veiled noblewoman newly arrived in Darujhistan[17]
  • Venaz, a worker at the iron mine outside Darujhistan[7]
  • Venesara, a Hound of Light[21]
  • Vorcan, Mistress of the Assassins' Guild in Darujhistan (First mentioned)[4] (First appearance)[5]
  • ( Vorcan's daughter : see Taya Radok )

WEdit

  • Whiskeyjack, fabled leader of the Bridgeburners, (aka 'Iskar Jarak') (First mentioned)[8] (First appearance)[24]
  • The White-Haired Empress, a demon whose spirit was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Widow Lebbil, a woman whose life was 'touched' by Hood (in his mortal form) as he walked the streets of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Witch - Priestess of the Redeemer, a Priestess of the Redeemer, an older and far more ample woman than the Redeemer's High Priestess Salind[25]
  • Withal, a 'Meckros' swordsmith (Mentioned only)[25]

ZEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 7
  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 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 2.23 2.24 2.25 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 2
  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 3.12 3.13 3.14 Toll the Hounds, Prologue
  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 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20 4.21 4.22 4.23 4.24 4.25 4.26 4.27 4.28 4.29 4.30 4.31 4.32 4.33 4.34 4.35 4.36 4.37 4.38 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 1
  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 5.13 5.14 5.15 5.16 5.17 5.18 5.19 5.20 5.21 5.22 5.23 5.24 5.25 5.26 5.27 5.28 5.29 5.30 5.31 5.32 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 5
  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 6.14 6.15 6.16 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 21
  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 7.16 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 9
  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 8.15 8.16 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 8
  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 9.15 9.16 9.17 9.18 9.19 9.20 9.21 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 6
  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 10.24 10.25 10.26 10.27 10.28 10.29 10.30 10.31 10.32 10.33 10.34 10.35 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 3
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 22
  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 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 18
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 15
  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 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 12
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 16
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 20
  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 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 11
  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 18.13 18.14 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 14
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 19.4 19.5 19.6 19.7 19.8 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 13
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 10
  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 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 23
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 19
  23. Toll the Hounds, Epilogue
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 24.4 24.5 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 24
  25. 25.00 25.01 25.02 25.03 25.04 25.05 25.06 25.07 25.08 25.09 25.10 25.11 25.12 25.13 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 4
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 Toll the Hounds, Chapter 17
  27. Toll the Hounds, Dramatis Personae
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