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The Book of Ataniel

Ian Jardin

Inez' twin brother, Ian Jardin was one of the earliest victims of the Schism Tine, which split him into two: a good Ian, the chivalrous national hero Silverblade of Tobrinel, and an evil Ian, lieutenant of the One True Bloodscar. Evil Ian was killed by Inez and Sway. Good Ian helped the Mithril Dagger Heroes during the Madness as a member of the secret team Quattro; he was recently vampirized, but his ultra-good spirit is unbroken by this, and he remains in Tobrinel fighting the forces of evil.
--Who's Who V2

Deceased Iellan Tach

Iellan Tach was a priest of the Nylevian god of culture, Ielus. The leader of a right-wing reactionary censorship group known as the Demon Brigade, Tach aspired to bringing all of Ataniel to a new golden age of (as he defined it) culture, no matter the means. He was the sworn enemy of rock star Trissia Maddyx until he was ultimately slain by the Sewer Tour during one of his many attacks on her.
--Who's Who V2

So in other words, a big ol' Promisekeeper.
--Rebecca Nagel

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

Deceased Ielus

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

Ieshala

Salagian shaman, entrepeneurial envoy to New Trade, and paramour of Vas'. Ieshala is a short, swift bushwoman with dark skin, wooly hair, and very much jewelry.
--Who's Who V2

Ignus

Inez Jardin

Praxis' wife, once a member of Sway. A warrior born to a mother from Shikintu and a father from Tobrinel, her main talents are swordsmanship and archery, but she also has the ability to polymorph into a Chinese dragon for short periods of time.
--Who's Who V2

Inez, the most laid-back member of Sway with the possible exception of Zzenith, was a half-Shikinti, half-Tobrinese warrior who teamed up with Sway to save her twin brother Ian and eventually married Praxis.
--from the Chronicles of the Sunfighter

I remember when Talakan captured Lotus and someone suggested that I was probably next on his hit list. Inez said: "That ill-bred, mangy bastard even tries it, I'll chop him into bite-sized pieces and let Zzenith use him for h'ors d'oerves." It sounded romantic at the time, ok?
--Praxis

Deceased Iollail Oyello

Iollail was the hapless high priestess of the goddess of neutrality, Vox. Inheriting her position too young, she was led astray by Wyvern, which only partly exonerates her from the sublime stupidity of mistaking George for an avatar of law. Ironically (and tragically), she met her end at the hands of George's Zerthimaniacs, who tore her to pieces during the Madness.
--from the Chronicles of the Sunfighter

All right, who took the brown acid?
--George, leader and avatar of the Zerthimaniacs

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

Irla

Diarian city in the heart of East Diaria. (Click here for a map.) Foreigners are forbidden under pain of death from entering this holy city.
--from the Reference Almanac of Ataniel, 813

Iron Tyrants, the

The beholder overlords of Gila.
--Who's Who V2

Irrylan, Lord

Ixhriy

Eric Tremontagne's old familiar, an imp with an obsessive crush on Khyrisse.
--Who's Who V2

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