This article lists the various minor fictional characters who appear in the various novels and stories of the Videssos Series. These characters play, at best, a peripheral role in the series. While they were usually given a name, some weren't. Most were simply mentioned or had a very brief, unimportant speaking role that did not impact the plot, and never appeared again.
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Hoel and Vasa
Zoïlos was a merchant from Skopentzana. One day, he purchased a Haloga slave named Kveldulf. Zoïlos often prayed to Phos in the morning at Skopentzana's chief temple. Eventually he began to take Kveldulf with him. When Zoïlos realized Kveldulf had begun to believe in Phos, he freed Kveldulf.
Liscus was a Gaulish warrior of the Aedui clan, and an ally of the Roman Republic. A member of Marcus Scaurus' legion, he was bright, jolly, recklessly brave, and useful as an interpreter in Gaul. He was killed in action shortly before the legion was magically transported to Videssos.
Tarasios was the Patriarch of Videssos. His nomophylax, Kassianos, discovered the monks of Phos who lived in the town of Develtos had found a way around the Seventh Chapter of Pakhomios' Rule, which forbade clergymen from entertaining women. Instead, the women entertained the monks.
Unknown; last known is Sebeos
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