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Creatures: African * American * Arthurian * Asian * Celtic * Classical * European * Germanic * Judeo-Christian * Middle Eastern * Oceanic
Spirits: African * American * Arthurian * Asian * Celtic * Classical * European * Germanic * Judeo-Christian * Middle Eastern * Oceanic
Mortals: African * American * Arthurian * Asian * Celtic * Classical * European * Germanic * Judeo-Christian * Middle Eastern * Oceanic
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Basque

  • Jaunzuria - first king

Finno-Ugric

  • Aino - sister of Joukahainen
  • Almos (Hungarian) - Son of Ügyek and Emese; legendary (9th c)
  • Kalervo - father of Kullervo
  • Kullervo - anti-hero
  • Lalli - slew a bishop
  • Lemminkainen - brash hero
  • Vainamoinen - wise old man, sorcerer

French

  • Agramant - African king that wars against Charlemagne
  • Agrican - King of Tatary, loves Angelica, killed by Orlando
  • Alcina - Enchantress, powerful, sister Logistilla
  • Amaury - False knight
  • Angelica - Princess of India, sister Argalia
  • Argalia - Indian; brother Angelica
  • Arridano - Magical ruffian slain by Orlando
  • Astolfo - (Astolpho) Paladin; son Otto; magic book of spells; magic lance; boaster
  • Atlantes - Sorcerer
  • Aya - Mother Orlando
  • Aymon - Duke; father Bradamante
  • Bertha - Mother Orlando
  • Bradamante - Sister Rinaldo, great knight
  • Brigliadoro - Orlando’s horse
  • Bruhier - Sultan Arabia
  • Brunello - Dwarf; thief; serves Saracen Agramante
  • Carahue - King of Mauretania
  • Charlot - Son Charlemagne; slew son of Ogier
  • Clarimunda - Wife Huon of Bordeaux
  • Cloridan - Moor, friend Medoro
  • Dardinel - Princess of Zumara
  • Didier - King of Lombards
  • Doon de Mayence - Hero
  • Dudon - Knight comrade of Astolpho
  • Eude - King Aquitaine
  • Falerina - Enchantress
  • Ferragut - Saracen giant that fights Roland
  • Ferrau - Saracen knight
  • Fierabras - Saracen knight (giant?)
  • Flordelis - Fair maid loved by Florismart
  • Florismart - Paladin
  • Frontino - Horse stolen
  • Galafron - Father Angelica
  • Ganelon - Knight that betrays Charlemagne to Muslims
  • Gano - Paladin
  • Garin de Monglane - Aristocrat
  • Girard - Son Duke Sevinus
  • Gradaso - King of Sericane
  • Guerin - Lord Vienne, father Olivier
  • Huon of Bordeaux - Kills Charlot
  • Isolier - Friend Rinaldo
  • Ivo - Saracen king; friend Rinaldo
  • Logestilla - Wisewoman, entertained Rogero
  • Mambrino - Pagan king, helmet of invulnerability (Moor)
  • Mandricardo - Son Agrican
  • Marfisa - Sister Ruggiero, separated from him
  • Marphisa - Sister Rogero
  • Marsilius - Saracen king, plotted with Ganelon
  • Maugris/Malagigi - Sorcerer raised by the fairy Oriande; becomes her lover; taught by necromancer Baudris
  • Medoro - African prince that marries Angelica
  • Melissa - Prophetess who lived with Merlin
  • Milon - Italian knight
  • Naimon - Duke
  • Namo - Duke Bavaria; knight of Charlemagne
  • Oderic - False knight; sold Isabella as a slave
  • Ogier the Dane - Danish Hero
  • Otto - King of England
  • Pepin - Father Charlemagne
  • Pinabel - Knight, enemy of Clermont, tried to kill Bradmante
  • Rabican - Famous horse
  • Razakel - Sorcerer bargains with demon
  • Renaud - Knight; paladin Charlemagne; cousin Roland
  • Rodomont - Saracen king of Algiers
  • Rodomonte - Saracen king
  • Roland - Knight; paladin of Charlemagne
  • Ruggiero - African knight with ring of invisibility
  • Sacripant - King of Circassia, loved Angelica
  • Sacripante - Saracen king/knight
  • Salomon - King of Brittany
  • Senapus - victim of harpies
  • Sevinus - Duke of Guienne
  • Sherasmin - Brother of Guire, mayor of Bordeaux
  • Sobrino - Valiant Saracen knight
  • Turpin - Archbishop
  • Uberto - Son Galafron
  • Zerbino - Famous knight, Scottish

Slavic

Russian

  • Barushka Matushka - horse of hero knight (also Sivushko)
  • Ilya Muromets - hero; greatest bogatyr
  • Ivan Tsarevich - wizard
  • Mikula - Peasant becomes fighter, farmer

Siberian

  • Edji - first woman
  • Torongoi - first man

Spanish

  • Arganthonios - King of Tartessos
  • Bernardo del Caprio - Semi-mythic hero