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Useful aid for following along with the characters in the stories.

Tales of Darth Skuldren: Dramatis Persona
Darth Skuldren - Sith Lord during the time of Kaan's Brotherhood of Darkness
Darth Cabal - Skuldren's master, now goes by Panzer Dokken
Moto the Hutt - a Hutt, apprentice to Darth Ziam
Truger Paego - Dashade Shadow Killer and mercenary

-his apprentices-
Darth Lotus - female, skilled in stealth and deception
Darth Iconoclast - religious, has a wife, Nora, and nine children
Darth Adder - a warrior and purist in the arts of combat
Darth Xenon - alchemist
Darth Bacillus - engineer, tech specialist, he travels with Cadius, one of his creations
Darth Ziam - a tall, handsome blond male, charismatic and a natural leader
Darth Praxus - a Kubaz, strong in the Force, Skuldren's true apprentice

-the Jedi-
Codal Rayne - Jedi Knight
Master Mulser
Master Yasmein Wasseur - female
Vok Quetel - Jedi Knight
Master Jhung Sederis - secret lover of Master Wasseur
Master Rolande
Jedi Knight Ven
Jedi Knight Cal
Jedi Knight Hagan
Jedi Knight Galler

-Dokken's Commando Squad-
Zephr Sul - human merc, trained Bortran Army sniper
Otto "Bandito" Lazen - Mandalorian merc
Trigger Galland - explosives expert
Castulli Mondor
Lok "Arsenal"
Saul
Grullock - Moldavian warrior

Part 2: Chapter 16 onward
Jedi Knight Azel Mustar

**Also, you can find my stories here and here as well in case you'd like a slightly different format.
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