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The Book of Ataniel

Fancy Price

One of the Price Girls, the analog of Posh Spice.
--Who's Who V2

DeceasedFaraker

Once a Significant (under the alias Farstalker), the young Faraker was a swashbuckling ranger fond of the ladies and one-time lover of Rhynwa's. He reluctantly accepted rulership of Lianth when his identity was revealed, and was assassinated but a year later during the collapse of the Dalencian Empire. Schneider worked for him at the Lianthi palace and considered him both his boss and a friend, and since the Madness has been hearing Faraker's voice (as well as others of his friends, enemies, and cohorts) manifesting some of his thoughts and fears.
--Who's Who V2

It's not that I never liked him, far from it. It's just that I couldn't really respect a man with his responsibilities who spent all of his time chasing after women. The fact that one of these women later became my wife has nothing to do with it. Really.
--Luthien

Well, I do have to say I am sorry Faraker is dead. However, what he was doing gallivanting around the land instead of ruling his country I will never know.
--Shilree

Montasi, you guys are being harsh on him. He was a good duke. He didn't especially want that kind of responsibility, but in the end he did it well. I can relate.
--Threnody

Hey! That'll be enough of dissing the Man. He was a great duke, a true hero, and one cool guy. No one knew as much about stylin' and profilin' as Faraker. So lay off!
--Schneider

Died of poisoning.
--Hillary Sturoster, filing clerk of Annwyn

Farauche

Farstalker

1. The name the young Duke Faraker took while swashbuckling across the countryside.
2. Rhynwa and Luthien's son, Gordon Farstalker ap Luthien (named in Faraker's honor), generally goes by the name Farstalker in the various futures we've visited.
3. Farstalker was also the name Sway gave to the giant spelljamming hovercraft they built from the remnants of Malcar's Death Scar, also in honor of Faraker. The Death Scar had looked a lot like a Borg cube, but under the architectural guidance of Katherine Shienwold, the Farstalker was rebuilt as an attractive spherical fortress powered by magical artifacts (Malcar had used captive ghosts to power his, but those unhappy spirits were freed by Sway). The Farstalker was later sabotaged and destroyed by Malcar, no thanks to Kynvelyn and Fleegle the would-be hijackers.
--Who's Who V2

Fatar, Sir

The name taken by Knighthawke to disguise himself while he, Odn and Merwyn used the Emperor of Dalencia to plot the recovery of the City on the Edge of Forever.
--Who's Who V1

Finn Mac Finn

Finn MacFinn was actually King Gehenna of the giants, though he often roamed around as a human (and adventured with the Significants in that guise).
--Who's Who V2

Finn gets almost teary-eyed when he thinks of his very first oud.
--Dan Coble

Fire, Cult of

Deceased Firefall

A fire giant allied with Malcar and a member of the Ravagers. He was killed by Janther Moria, the Giant Slayer.
--Who's Who V1

Killed in combat.
--Hillary Sturoster, filing clerk of Annwyn

Fizznang

A juvenile delinquent umber hulk, he hangs out with Dragworth the rakshasa. The two formed a punk street gang in Edimon known as the Heaven's Devils, but after being defeated by the Sewer Tour, he and Dragworth have not been heard from since.
--Who's Who V1

Deceased Flauche

The Trade deity of money. The clerics of Flauche are willing to offer healing and other services to anyone... for a price.
--Who's Who V1

Killed during Ragnarok.
--Hillary Sturoster, filing clerk of Annwyn

Flautist, the

The Flautist is a snobby vigilante who guards the streets of Lianth. His true identity is unknown.
--Who's Who V1

This chump was kinda irritating. But we made a monkey out of him. Bwah-hah-hah!
--Kong, Creature Commandoid boss

Fleegle

A cleric of some obscure god of luck and also a mage, he mistakenly believes himself the Savior of Neporris.
--Who's Who V1

Fleegle is an irritating sidekick of Kynvelyn's. He helped steal the Farstalker (Sway's flying castle, not the Duke or the baby) shortly before Malcar blew it up.
--Threnody

Played by Bjorn Borg.
--Bunny, casting agent of Ataniel

Flicker

Flicker is the fourth incarnation of the Sunfighter, a demonic hybrid cursed to destroy humanity who overcame that destiny to become one of Ataniel's five true immortals. His past incarnations have been Sunny/Lian, Janther/Alain, and Threnody/Shalini. (The future ones will be Timrin and the immortal Kyria Vesper.) The Sunfighter has powerful emotional bonds to his previous mortal hosts, pieces of whose souls remain in the composite. The name of the demon is Tjekanefir Lord Vestaya, and this demon is a fully participating half of the symbiotic Sunfighter, not a conquered or conquering being. The Sunfighter does not require food or drink, does not sleep, is immune to many poisons and most forms of mind control, and immolates upon death. Flicker himself is a Riklandic ski scout, a Norse elf of compact build and unexceptional size, with long blond hair. He is also, though it has come into play exactly once (in the Trade Council Building), a thief. His major talent is actually that he retains the substantial knowledge base and array of talents from his previous hosts. He is also generally considered one of the stablest of Atanielites, mentally speaking. "Flicker" is actually his Norse eponym; his full name is Eren Messala, and lately Riklanders have taken to calling him Ragnarokkr for his role in the recent Ragnarok.
--Who's Who V2

He helped rescue me from a mob, and then some assassin blew him away. I have no idea why.
--Ebreth Tor

Deceased Flintfoot

Flintfoot was a sycophantic halfling who followed Signet around worshipfully before being killed by a demon in Arturian's tower.
--Threnody

A hero, and a true Significant, whose model serves even today to inspire generations of new Significants. Also a true friend. Read more about him in "The Significance of Significants", available in a store near you.
--Ulmo Glub

Eaten by a demon.
--Hillary Sturoster, filing clerk of Annwyn

Florin

Who Knows? Forix, Lord

In one tale, the evil lord of the Shadowlands, defeated by the Heroes of the Mithril Dagger.
--Who's Who V1

Never been through here. Not in the records.
--Hillary Sturoster, filing clerk of Annwyn

Deceased Fqrth

A tactical problems analyst and one of the finest minds in the kingdom of Nylevia. He is the sworn enemy of Mad Dr. Swank.
--Who's Who V1

Killed during the Madness.
--Hillary Sturoster, filing clerk of Annwyn

Frank

Zaptiocalionaziokoosbiliarthan geneticist, a friend of George's who crashlanded on Ataniel with him.
--Who's Who V2

Deceased Frank Lee Not-Your-Concern

Friend of Charlie Of-No-Matter, he was charmed by King Gehenna and became his obedient servant.
--Who's Who V1

Killed in combat.
--Hillary Sturoster, filing clerk of Annwyn

Fred

"Mr. Fred" was the name the demon Kalxanti took while helping the Rat Pack in the guise of a horse. Fred has since achieved his dream of being awarded a commission to pit fiend, and he currently lives in the Abyss with his stoner girlfriend Janice.
--Who's Who V2

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