Prohyas Warrior is pretty sure he's the most macho, manly swordsman that ever lived. Fortunately, that isn't true. While action and adventure are Prohyas' life, he's also a good sized dork. He'll notice that a Celery Magisword smells like soup and use words like "multifold".
Vambre Warrior is under the impression that she's the more disciplined, serious sibling. It's just not true. She tries to put on that air, but her fussiness and her silliness tend to shine through. Her put-on British accent doesn't really sound adventure-y and her frequent utterances of "Och!"
Rexxtopher is the monarch of the Dinosaur Kingdom. Mysteriously, he's more evolved than the other dinosaurs there and he can speak fluent English. He comes off as an angry frat boy, but he's really just trying to protect his people.
Hoppus the Lagomercenary is a swordsrabbit who works only for profit. He'll work for whatever side is paying him, be it Warriors for Hire, Witch Way, or a less desirable boss. Whatever side he believes will the most beneficial to him is who he works for.
Phil is a fast-moving, fast-talking thief. Phil is interested in two things: Self-preservation and fun. This is a double-whammy for Warriors For Hire; Holding Magiswords for ransom mean a pretty penny, and getting a rise out of Vambre and Prohyas is just so GOSH DURN FUNI.
Zange is the princess of the Kingdom of Rhyboflaven. She has no real responsibilities in that position, so she's a spoiled rich girl who gets bored very easily. She hires Warriors for Hire quite frequently just because she can afford it and she likes making them do things they don't wanna do.
Ralphio Sabreware is the creepy little man who runs the creepy little Magisword store. He always sounds like he's up to something, and considering we don't know where he gets the Magiswords, he probably IS up to something.
You don't see a lot of dragons in Lyvsheria. They're not real bright, and there frankly aren't many of them left. Grup is a slow-talking, slow-moving dragon. He has a deadpan expression, but he's friendly enough. Not good at small talk, he often suggests games to play, such as hide-and-seek or tag.
Flonk has been picking on the Warriors For Hire since they were in school. He's nothing more than a schoolyard bully who hasn't given up that practice in adulthood. Flonk still mocks them whenever he sees them in public with has standard lowest-common-denominator jokes and noogies galore.
Dolphin Magisword is Prohyas' beloved pet. For real. Prohyas takes her out for walkies, gives her treats, and talks to her like she's the cutest little thing alive.
Zombie Pumpkin Magisword is another Magisword that Prohyas treats like a pet. It's a little less literal in this instance since ZPM can speak in simple, staccato phrases. It's like what a dog would be able to say if it could talk.
Seems impressive and ali, but it only seems interested in fish. Wait-- could attacking fish do the trick?
It shoots pun-seeking fruits of justice! Vambre wields this whenever anyone makes a lame dad joke.
It's ... confusing. It seems to do something different every time you use it! Handle with care.
Does Switzerland exist in a faux-medieval JRPG-ish world? Regardless, a swiss cheese sword doesn't seem like the most useful thing in the world, but it attracts an army of subservient mice!
It packs a galactic punch, but be careful! It could fly off with you!!
This sword is one of the most powerful of the bunch, but the longer you use it, the hotter it gets! It only gets about a minute's use before the user has to stop, drop, and roll. The colored lights on the front indicate how hot the sword is getting.
This is a sword that cannot harm a living thing. It can sure mess up everything surrounding the living thing, though!
This sword shoots helicopter hamburgers that harass the target until they are eaten. The opponent will find themself either exhausted from swatting, or logey from eating all the burgers. Argue all you like, THIS IS THE BEST SWORD EVER.
This power of this sword is dependent entirely on the user. Anything you can draw on the target becomes real. Prohyas creates quite a few very real mustaches with it.
If you swing it like a normal sword, it does nothing but wilt. If you aim with the leaves (it’s all in the wrist), it will present a pleasant-smelling waft that will also improve the flavor of soup.
Shoots needle-covered cactus balls. Good for building a quick, pointy, barrier.
Need a deep, breathy voice? Gotcha covered! Attractiveness is, of course, relative.