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The following is a list of minor characters in The Demon's Light.

Alchemilia Corporation

Abram Pavlovic

A Nuyövian scientist, Pavlovic is the director of Alchemilia Corporation's Genetics Department. His team is responsible for the creation of Artificial Tieflings.

While Chris Wellington's emotions were being analyzed, Gabriel Arsene was called to attend a video conference with Pavlovic. The director was annoyed by Gabriel's slight delay and his request to "make it quick." Pavlovic informed Arsene that Project Voight, the production of artificial tieflings, was proceeding as planned.

Pavlovic and his staff worked in the Genetics Sector of Remnant Rock. After the incursion began, they were safely evacuated.

Pavlovic testified at the Port City Eight's trial in the Global Union court. He recalled the events of the attack from his perspective to Lars Bontemps. Bontemps asked if he believed Wen Li was involved in the attack: Pavlovic disagreed. The scientist had concluded the attack was entirely the work of dissident Alchemilia employees with no outside involvement.

Appeared in "Bare Trees" and "Everybody Plays the Fool," mentioned in "Don't Fear the Reaper," portrayed by Octopus Wizard.

Alfred Hermann

Manager at Remnant Rock. He came to the Gladea Alchemilia Corporation building to help prepare for the company moving to Remnant Rock and had short conversations with Dexter Wellington and Baptiste Rousseau.

During the assault on Remnant Rock, he attacked Marshall Rooke before being shot and killed by the latter.

The general could generate and project sound waves capable of knocking a person backward. He took advantage of this when training artificial tieflings and fighting Marshall.

Appeared in "One Night in Gladea" and "Don't Fear the Reaper," mentioned in "Bare Trees," portrayed by Quinton1721.

Andrew Wellington

A former Alchemilia executive who left the company to establish a competitor. Andrew created Chris Wellington, who considers him his "father." Deceased by the time the original protagonists woke up at the barn. While escaping from Alchem, Chris remembered the time Andrew left him behind. Later, while trying to locate Chris and the others, Dexter discovers a videotape at the old Wellington Robotics Factory revealing Andrew made Chris and his eight siblings merely to attack Alchemilia Corporation.

Mentioned in "Catching Smoke," "White Room," "Bare Trees," "Safe Haven," and "Centuries of Damnation."

Appeared in a flashback in "One Night in Gladea" and on a videotape in "Marked Map," portrayed by Chase McFly and TheKorraFanatic.

Claire Simmons

An Alchemilia nurse responsible for treating the protagonists' wounds. After she finished, she took them to the cafeteria and gave them lunch tokens.

Appeared in "White Room," portrayed by Quinton1721.

Dyson Pointer

A former chairman of Alchemilia Corporation, he assisted the Search Party by giving them info on Port City Eight's location.

Appeared in "The Less I Know the Better," portrayed by Downtown Freezy.

Galina Nabi

A female tiefling employed by Alchemilia Corporation and used in the production of artificial tieflings. She was able to manipulate and create fire, and served as an officer.

To enter Remnant Rock, Team B drove through the Port City bridge. Nabi released vials of artificial tieflings to attack them. As Team B defended themselves against the creatures, Nabi created a wall of fire ahead of them. Wen Li, the driver, drove straight into the fire, killing all of the tieflings.

Team B quickly chose to abandon the car after making it through. They nearly made it to Remnant Rock's entrance, but they were forced to stop when Nabi created another wall of fire. With a group of androids, she then approached Team B and told them they were under arrest. Everyone surrendered to her and dropped their weapons, except Melissa Devlin. Melissa attempted to fire a shot at Nabi, but it was deflected and Nabi knocked her unconscious. Nabi drove Team B to Remnant Rock's prison after their defeat.

Later, the prison fell into a chaos after a riot was started. When Samuel Brownlee opened a metal door, she surprised him and threw him over the railing. Li, who was behind Samuel, was forced to face Nabi alone. He fired one shot at her and attempted an escape.

Marshall later arrived and started running together with Li. The two thought they lost her when they arrived to the ground floor, but she burst out from a stairwell and cornered them. After a moment, Li suddenly started screeching at Nabi, Marshall doing the same. Nabi was at first confused, but she quickly got defensive when she realized Li made the connection between her and the tieflings. Nabi then unleashed a large wave of fire, knocking Marshall and Li backward. Unknown to her, the knock-back from the attack allowed the two to escape the prison.

Appeared in "Don't Fear the Reaper," portrayed by South Ferry.


An Alchemilia guard associated with John Fontaine's rebels, briefly seen with a fellow rebel, Reti, during the assault on Remnant Rock.

Appeared in "Don't Fear the Reaper," portrayed by Downtown Freezy, South Ferry, and TheKorraFanatic.

Katherine Blackrite

Worker at Alchemilia Corporation. After the protagonists arrived there, Gabriel ordered her to assist them and she led the group to the medical chamber.

Appeared in "White Room," portrayed by Downtown Freezy and Quinton1721.

Leopold Udin

Scientist at an Alchemilia genetics laboratory in the Gladea location. When the protagonists stumbled into the genetics laboratory and noticed human testing, he spoke to them briefly asked Officer Sanchez to arrest them.

Appeared in "White Room," portrayed by Downtown Freezy and South Ferry.


Reti is a guard associated with John Fontaine's rebels. During Remnant Rock's attack, he revealed himself to Atticus and Marshall after killing Selma Klotserman. Reti leads the two to the Remnant Rock prison.

Appeared in "Don't Fear the Reaper," portrayed by Downtown Freezy, South Ferry, and TheKorraFanatic.


Officer at Alchemilia Corporation. After the protagonists stumbled the genetics laboratory and noticed human testing, Leopold Udin ordered Sanchez to arrest them. Sanchez then confronted Marshall and a chase through the building ensued.

He later re-appeared in a motorcycle side-car, driven by John Fontaine, as they pursued the escaped protagonists, who had stolen a vehicle.

Appeared in "White Room," portrayed by TheKorraFanatic.

Santo Giovanni

A prison warden at Remnant Rock, Santo tried to stop Wen Li and his companions from escaping. After a confrontation, Li managed to knock Santo unconscious and escape. Santo later reappeared again, at the trial of the Port City Eight and explained what he witnessed at Remnant Rock.

Appeared in "Don't Fear the Reaper" and "Everybody Plays the Fool," portrayed by Quinton1721 and TheKorraFanatic, respectively.

Selma Klosterman

Head of security for the Alchemilia Corporation genetics department. During the attack on Remnant Rock, she confronted a disguised Atticus and Marshall about their genetics certifications. Selma told the two how artificial tieflings are produced, before being killed by Reti.

Appeared in "Don't Fear the Reaper," portrayed by Quinton1721.




Crolak was a demon that roamed the Blackwell Forest in Muné. It was notorious for killing many travelers.

The Port City Eight encountered the beast after being warned by Zade Santello. It used its agility to dodge barrages of bullets and injure some of the group. After a brief struggle, the beast was shot and killed by Chris.

Appeared in "Marked Map," portrayed by Gallibon the Destroyer.


As the group recovered from their first encounter with Alchemilia Corporation, Mulciber stalked them. He rarely encountered humans, with the few he had being impossible to hunt due to their armor and weapons. He presumed that the discovery of easy prey was divine intervention and promptly thanked Xeren for the coming feast.

After members of the Nuyö-Dyavol Coalition ambushed the group, they offered them as a meal to Mulciber. Once the group made an escape, Mulciber pursued them, eventually trapping them on a lake shore.

Marshall attempted to make a deal with the demon, and Mulciber told him to kill his companions in exchange for his own survival. Marshall proceeded to pretend to drown Atticus, scaring Melissa Devlin and Savannah Whitesmith off.

Atticus and Marshall managed to surprise Mulciber and run into the forest, escaping from his renewed search by climbing high into the trees.

Appeared in "Bare Trees," "One Night in Gladea," and mentioned in "Ceasefire," portrayed by Octopus Wizard and Chase McFly.


James Wellington

James Wellington is the younger brother of Dexter Wellington, he was shown to be living with his parents at their home in Gladea.

Appeared in "Loyalty," portrayed by Paramount1106.

Linnea Wellington

Dexter Wellington's mother. She greeted Dexter, Charles, and Chris at the Wellington home in Gladea and was hostile towards Chris, due to his involvement in Dexter's plot against Alchemilia Corporation. After expressing disbelief at Dexter's explanation, her husband talked her into allowing the trio inside.

Appeared in "Loyalty," portrayed by Octopus Wizard and TheKorraFanatic.

Ray Wellington

Dexter Wellington's father. He greeted the trio and was overjoyed to see Dexter returning home. After his wife began to express hostilities, he talked her down and invited the trio inside.

Appeared in "Loyalty," portrayed by Octopus Wizard.

Global Union

Lars Bontemps

A lawyer representing the Port City Eight, hired by Theo Rosington.

Appeared in "Everybody Plays the Fool," portrayed by Quinton1721.

Charlotte McLeod

A lawyer representing the Global Union, she made the case against the Port City Eight in their trial.

Appeared in "Everybody Plays the Fool," portrayed by TheKorraFanatic.

Jessica Morin

Deputy Prime Minister of the Global Union, presided over the trial and eventually declared the group not guilty.

Appeared in "Everybody Plays the Fool," portrayed by TheKorraFanatic.

Theo Rosington

The governor of Silivia and the adoptive father of Atticus Anoethite. After Atticus' role in the terrorist attack on Remnant Rock was revealed, Rosington summoned Jordan Walesh to his office and talked to the boy about finding Atticus and his group before the authorities did. Rosington offered the usage of a private investigator to assist. Rosington later threatened Global Union Deputy Prime Minister Jessica to secure the pardon of the Port City Eight. Once the group arrived in Silivia, they were invited to a dinner at the Governor's Mansion.

Appeared in "Safe Haven," "The Master," "Everybody Plays the Fool," and "Loyalty," mentioned in "Primo Victoria," "Don't Fear the Reaper," "Marked Map," "Riding the Wave," "Centuries of Damnation," and "House of the Rising Sun," portrayed by TheKorraFanatic.

Nuyö-Dyavol Coalition

Giannis Castellanos

Giannis Castellanos was a tiefling Svatovid member able to assume the form of a shadow. He attacked the protagonists with Blackmore Veers when they were at the Brownlee manor. When Melissa went downstairs to search for food, he incapacitated and tied her up in the cellar.

Later, Giannis confronted Atticus, Samuel, and Li. He jumped at Samuel with a knife, later placing him into a chokehold. Li ran to a nearby statue and toppled it onto both of them. Giannis took the opportunity to disappear briefly with his ability.

After the three got up and prepared to leave the room, Giannis returned and slashed his knife across Atticus' face. Li threw a vase at him as a fight was initiated again. Giannis fled to one of the room's corners behind a statue of a knight. He was preparing to attack once more, but Atticus was able to discover him. Atticus took the sword from the statue and lodged it into Giannis' mouth, killing him.

Appeared in "Crumbling Castle" and "Roaming King," portrayed by Downtown Freezy.

Hizu Mino

Hizu Mino was the Duke of Maling and attended a meeting called by Dasim. During the meeting, a plan to overthrow Cicero as leader of the Nuyö-Dyavol Coalition was formed.

Appeared in "House of the Rising Sun," portrayed by Octopus Wizard.

Klaus Lempo

Klaus Lempo was a Coalition-affiliated politician who seized control of Crehambraugh, Sampi. He maintained the office of mayor for five years. Lempo allowed his former Svatovid associates to harass and extort the citizens of Crehambraugh under the guise of a neighborhood watch.

Savannah Whitesmith entered the town hall and Lempo's office unopposed as the other mobsters were fighting Dexter and Charles Wellington on the second floor. She quickly neutralized the mayor's two bodyguards. Lempo begged for his life, offering to disband the watch, resign, and stand trial before the courts of the Global Union. Savannah was not swayed by his pleading. She impaled him through the stomach with Ahriman.

Appeared in "Riding the Wave," portrayed by Octopus Wizard.

Leonid Gryaz

A member of the Svatovid who informed Cicero (and later Dasim) of the Search Party's activities in Crehambraugh.

Appeared in "Riding the Wave," portrayed by Downtown Freezy.

Magnus Rooke

Magnus Rooke is a revolver-toting arsonist. He is a known member of the Svatovid, wanted by the authorities for his role in the Salinger building arson. Magnus is the estranged husband of Rosemonde Dambeau and the father of Marshall Rooke.

He was with Baptiste and Natalya during the confrontation at Manta. After Aaron Fontaine singled him out, he attempted to shoot him. The shot missed and Magnus was promptly incapacitated by Aaron.

Appeared in "Safe Haven" and "Marked Map," portrayed by Octopus Wizard.

Natalya Smirnov

Natalya is a member of the Svatovid who wields a 12-gauge shotgun. She is wanted by the authorities, but unlike Magnus is ambivalent about being recognized.

She was with Baptiste and Magnus during the confrontation at Manta. Baptiste looked to her before he threatened Savannah and Dexter. Natalya aimed her gun at Dexter after Baptiste's pistol was unintentionally taken. Aaron shot her in the shoulder before she could kill Dexter. Natalya fled the restaurant with Baptiste.

Appeared in "Safe Haven," portrayed by Octopus Wizard.


Terrance was a member of the Crehambraugh neighborhood watch who wore a black coat. He confronted the Search Party after Dexter and Charles began a fight in town hall. After Florence was stabbed, he took the detective's gun and threatened him with it. He noticed Savannah had taken down many mobsters and planned to shoot her with Florence's revolver. Instead, Florence pushed him to the ground, took back his gun, and shot Terrance in the stomach.

Appeared in "Riding the Wave," portrayed by Octopus Wizard.

Port City

Shen Li

Shen Li is the elderly father of Wen Li. He is a wealthy and prominent businessman, having founded an international media company, the Port City Star. He owns a recreational hobby farm in Gladea where he cares for a clan of badgers.

Mentioned in "Don't Fear the Reaper."



A receptionist at the Silivian Masquerade Hospital. Chris Wellington approached her and asked for details about Melissa Devlin, which she eventually gave.

Appeared in "Reunion" and "Don't Fear the Reaper," portrayed by TheKorraFanatic.

Danica Bash

A long-time journalist, Danica Bash was first seen during a press conference, when she asked Gabriel Arsene about his company's search for two individuals. Months later, she interrupted many local broadcasts to announce the attack on Remnant Rock and the local Alchemilia buildings.

Appeared in "Reunion" and "Don't Fear the Reaper," portrayed by TheKorraFanatic.

Faris and Hawa Cane

After Blossom showed up on their door, Faris was shocked to see her and expressed anger. After he invited her inside and lead her towards her mother, Hawa. The two of them listened as Blossom explained her actions and Hawa offered forgiveness, but mentioned that their reputation wasn't going to be as easily repaired.

Appeared in "Loyalty," mentioned in "Primo Victoria" and "Safe Haven," portrayed by GarfieldTC and TheKorraFanatic.


Stumbling upon Atticus and Marshall fighting her ring of guards at the entrance of Silivia, she ordered everyone to stop. After listening to their story, she handed Atticus a map of the city, hoping it will assist the two in their journey. Apologizing for the behavior of her guards, she introduced herself as Kailan before walking away with the rest of the guards.

Appeared in "Ceasefire," portrayed by EarthlingnAkumi.

Lewis Johnson

Lewis is one of Richard's laboratory assistants. He talked with Chris Wellington the morning after he escaped Alchemilia Gladea and gave him information about Melissa Devlin and her family.

Appeared in "Ceasefire," portrayed by Chase McFly. Mentioned in "Reunion", as Chris' alias.

Matthew Rockwell

Matthew is one of Samuel's laboratory assistants. He talked with Rachel Ariel the morning after Samuel let the protagonists stay in his laboratory. Later, he greeted Marshall and Li as they entered with plants.

Appeared in "Carpe Diem," portrayed by Quinton1721.

Park Chae Lynn

Assistant to Theo Rosington, the governor of Silivia. She called Jordan Walesh and asked him to come to the governor's office, informing him of Rosington's desire to meet with him.

Appeared in "Safe Haven" and "The Master," portrayed by TheKorraFanatic.


A doctor located at Masquerade Hospital. A specialist in androids, he worked on Chris Wellington after Chris sustained major injuries following a fight.

Appeared in "Reunion," portrayed by Downtown Freezy, Octopus Wizard, and Quinton1721.


Piett is one of Samuel's older laboratory assistants. After Fontaine revealed to the protagonists that Savannah was killed, Piett suggested that Fontaine give them time to mourn her death and for him to tell them more downstairs — where he had prepared a meal for the guests.

Appeared in "Carpe Diem," portrayed by South Ferry.

Rachel Ariel

Rachel is one of Samuel's laboratory assistants. She talked with Matthew Rockwell the morning after Samuel let the protagonists stay in his laboratory.

Appeared in "Carpe Diem," portrayed by South Ferry.

Vanessa Rosington

Vanessa is the adoptive mother of Atticus Anoethite and the wife of Theo Rosington. After the Port City Eight and Search Party were invited to a dinner at the Governor's Mansion, she greeted the group and entertained them over dinner.

Appeared in "Loyalty," mentioned in "The Master," portrayed by TheKorraFanatic.

Yu Li

The wife of Wen Li, she works at Plant Empire and was dusting shelves when Marshall showed up.

Appeared in "In Somnis Veritas" and mentioned in "Primo Victoria," "Crumbling Castle," and "Centuries of Damnation," portrayed by Quinton1721.



Gerald is an attendant for the Nettleford Inn in Crehambraugh. Jordan asked him how to contact the authorities after Florence was forced to pay a member of the neighborhood watch. Gerald explained the situation in Crembraugh to the Search Party.

A group of neighborhood watch members led by Terrance forced Gerald to reveal where the rest of the Search Party were located after Dexter and Charles attempted to confront Lempo.

Appeared in "Riding the Wave," portrayed by Octopus Wizard.

Hiroshi Ueno

A Nephilim squatter who took up residence in an abandoned Wellington Robotics factory after being exiled from Skipton. Hiroshi was familiar with Charles Wellington, the building's "caretaker." When the Search Party visited the factory, he brought them to Charles.

Appeared in "Marked Map," portrayed by Quinton1721.


Port City Eight: Atticus AnoethiteBlossom CaneChris WellingtonMarshall RookeMelissa DevlinSamuel BrownleeSteven DevlinWen Li
Search Party: Charles WellingtonDexter WellingtonFlorence CarnationJordan WaleshLisa FissSavannah Whitesmith
Alchemilia Corp.: Baptiste RousseauGabriel ArseneJohn Fontaine
N-D Coalition: Blackmore VeersCiceroDasimCressida Lancaster
Dream Eaters: Xanvi
Supporting Cast
Richard DevlinXerenZade SantelloMinor Characters