Lord Dagult Neverember
He is a commanding noble. Big, boisterous, and affable, Neverember treats each new acquaintance as a friend. A shrewd negotiator, Neverember prefers straight dealings. He is well known as an economic puppet master, facilitating trade deals that shock even …
The Prophet claims knowledge of extraordinary mysteries beyond mortal understanding. She says this awareness gives her the power to purify the worthy. She bestows "healing" on individuals that have been visited by the Spellplague. While under her …
She leads the Mintarn mercenary force, a group of sellswords and former pirates. Under Sabine's leadership, the mercenaries ruthlessly quash disturbances and work to eradicate dangers to Neverwinter and its people.
Andor is the son of a powerful noble of Waterdeep; however, he never wanted to follow in his father's footsteps. He sought to improve his mental capabilities, and studied under several mentors -- each for a relatively short period of time. It became clear …
He came to Neverwinter in search of his brother who he believes came in search of an ancestral gem. However, always the businessman, he has set up shop in the Protector's Enclave while he waits for information on his brother's whereabouts.
Studied under his father who stubbornly refused to leave Neverwinter, and remained here for the last few decades. He scraped together a living making what the few remaining locals needed. He also aided in the reconstruction of the Protector's Enclave.
After a long life acting as a mercenary, he retired to try and ensure everyone else would survive combat as long as he did.
Kind of a mystery, but somewhere along the way she picked up a taste for darker rituals, and is constantly trying to get adventurers to try some out.
She grew up in Leilon. When her parents heard that Neverember was working to rebuild Neverwinter, they figured it would be a good opportunity to open there own bakery and cheese shop.
Unable to transport his animals the long distance down the coast, he stuck it out in Neverwinter and supplied many of the other remaining residents with much need sustenance.
He refused to budge when the cataclysm shook Neverwinter, because "The clothes might get dusty or damaged in [his] absence."
He was living in Leilon when the Cataclysm struck Neverwinter. As one of Neverember's caravans was passing through town, he figured it would be a good time to open a shop where one would be needed -- at the end of a long journey. "Everyone's shoes are …