Aldo (al•dō): Savanir soldier and spy under Blake’s command.
Arnost (är•näst): A member of Brasan’s crew.
Arun (āˈ•ro͞on): Born a Yeoman child, Arun was declared gifted by the Dawn’s Watchers as a young child and taken to Hilae to study at the Academy. Childhood friend of Baran.
Aster (ˈas•tər): Innkeeper and spy for the Savanir in Mizcur.
Athaz (āˈ•θaz): A Yeoman that joined the military to provide a better life for his family and protect his homeland. Became a Warden after the Rebellion of Setenbor; Arun and Baran’s chaperone for their Graduate Task.
Bälech (bä•lǝk): A being whose existence is tied to the Divine; the sole surviving of his race, the Nochanes. Founding Emperor of the Dawn. Worshipped as a deceased demi-god by the people of The Dawn.
Baran (ber-in): A young man who grew up in the Court and desires to become a Warden. Childhood friend of Arun.
Blake (blāk): Leader of a Savanir cell of spies in Mizcur
Brasan (bras•ǝn): Captain of The River Daughter.
Caedin (kā•dǝn): Athaz’s son.
Damon (dā•mǝn): A member of Brasan’s crew.
Descia (des•kī•ǝ): Young Keeper of the Chronicle; takes over Arun and Baran’s Graduate Task of beginning an excavation at the Ruins of Lacris.
Garren (ɡer•ən): Savanir soldier and spy under Blake’s command.
Geown (ɡī•ou•n): Elderly Keeper of the Chronicle that accompanies the expedition to Lacris.
Inoch (ē•näk): Young Savanir military leader. Leads young troops against the Savage Races.
Kruthos (krū•θōs): Dwarven mason who serves as Arun’s host when he arrives in Menigar.
Lilleth (‘li•’lǝθ): Athaz’s wife.
(Lady) Lyr (lir): Elderly Elven Seer of Menigar; Grandmother to Vera and Therran.
Nihil (nīl): A senior-ranking Keeper of the Chronicle that accompanies the expedition to Lacris
Paleon (pā•lī•än): Descia’s father.
Sylphia (silf•ī•ǝ): A Keeper of the Chronicle that accompanies the expedition to Lacris.
Therran (θer-rin): Elven general of all military forces at Menigar.
Vera (ver•ǝ): Elf-maiden who meets Arun at a young age; granddaughter of Lyr.
Waren (wôr•in): A member of Brasan’s crew.
Xiarch (zī•ärk): The Deity worshipped by the Savanir, Creator of Lugon and the Divine Tongue.
Abscos (ǝb•skōs): Small town on the northern banks for the Argom River, just south of The Meros Wood. Place where Paleon lives in Retirement.
The Argom (är•ɡäm) River: The largest river in Lugon.
The Briar Patch Mountains: The ruins of the ancient home of the Cruach Dwarves (Kelbragh)
Desip (de•sip): A small town on the northwestern bank of the Grigor River between Hilae and Mizcur.
The Forest of Orus (ôr•ro͝os): A dense forest west of the Makrin Mountains and north of the Green Peaks.
The Grigor (ɡrī•ɡôr) River: The The river that runs west of the Briar Patch Mountains until it joins the Argom River.
Hilae (hi•lā) – Capitol of the Dawn.
(The Ruins of) Lacris (la•krē): The place of the final stand of the United Kingdoms against Bälech.
Lamphine (lam•fīn): A small Yeoman town on the northern banks of the Argom River, in-between Mizcure and Abscos.
Menigar (min•i•ɡär): Capitol of the Savanir, built by the Cruach Dwarves after fleeing from Kelbragh.
The Meros (mer•rōs) Wood (mer•rōs): A rich forest north of the Argom River.
Mizcur (miz•kǝr): Economic hub of The Dawn. Situated where The Argom River and Grigor River merge.
The Mossy Plain: The flat, mossy lands surrounding Hilae in all directions except to the southeast (where the Grigor River flows).
Simpat (sim•pat): A small, poor town in the eastern banks of the Argom River, near the Tikus Foothills.
The Tennebron (ten•ǝ•brän): Ancient home to the Dark Dwarves, it was converted into a prison of torture by Bälech; now run by Orcs.
The Tikus (tī•ko͝os) Foothills: The hilly lands south of the Briar Patch Mountains and the Ruins of Lacris.
The Tower: The library where all official knowledge and records of The Dawn are kept. Run by the Keepers.
The Bewildered: The name given to the men of the Savanir by the Dawn; Elves and Dwarves are officially extinct.
Cloud Silk: A light, strong fabric manufactured by the people of Menigar
The Court: The upperclass/nobility of The Dawn. Very unstable.
(The) Divine Tongue – The original tongue of Power that Xiarch used to create Lugon; it still carries Power in for his creations in the aspects that he blessed them with. Often abbreviated to “The Divine” or even “Divine”.
Healers: Men that Bälech has infused with the Divine for the purpose of healing wounds and curing poisons.
Keepers of the Chronicle: The historians and sociologist of The Dawn. Of shortened to “Keepers”.
The Savanir (sa•vǝ•nir): The Elves, Dwarves, and Men that resist Bälech’s control of Lugon. Live mostly in hiding. They have three true strongholds, the chief being Menigar.
Son of Bälech: The title that the people of Dawn use to address their Emperor.
Wardens: Men that Bälech has infused with the Divine for the purposes of combat. Serve both as his personal guard and field generals.
Watchers: Men that Bälech has infused with the Divine for the purposes of combat. Serve as both his secret police and interrogators.
Yeomen: The serfs of the Dawn; make up the overwhelming majority of the population.