A list of all characters in the book, in order of appearance, and a concise description of them.[OOG 1]
|Iffech||Male Khajiit sailor; presumably dies alongside Grayne on pg. 5 from "something unbelievably foul" on the wind.|
|Keem||Male Khajiit sailor; resides in the ship's crow's nest until his death on pg. 4.|
|Grayne||Female human sailor from the south Niben; has gray hair, implied to be visually impaired.[note 1] She had previously witnessed the opening of an Oblivion Gate in Leyawiin; presumably dies alongside Iffech on pg. 5 from "something unbelievably foul" (pg. 5) on the wind.|
|Ezhmaar Sul||Dunmer[note 2][note 3] male who witnessed the "unbelievably foul" (pg. 5) thing that wrecked the ship. Claims to have spent twenty years in Oblivion.|
|Man in the Lank Fellow Inn||The first man Sul sees upon awakening from his sweaty, aching, scream-filled slumber in the Lank Fellow Inn in Chorrol. Described as having "eyes...wide and blue beneath a shock of curly, barley-colored hair." (pg. 5) Initially apprehensive of Sul due to his "hollering," (pg. 5) eventually offers him breakfast.|
|Prince Attrebus (Attrebus Mede)||(Mentioned only) – Son of Emperor Titus Mede I whose name appears in the title of the book The Most Current and High Adventures of Prince Attrebus which Sul opens on pg. 7 after he does Tales of Southern Waters.|
|Annaïg Hoïnart||Female Breton; Has black, curled hair, and green-grey eyes. She is one of the main characters in the book, mostly staying or working with her companion, Mere-Glim.|
|Mere-Glim||Male Argonian; Has green scales and dark brown spikes along his back. One of the main characters in the book, and mosty staying and/or working with his companion, Annaïg Hoïnart.|
|Taig Hoïnart||Male Breton, Annaïg Hoïnart's father. Is described to be an alcoholic after his wife/her mother's death. Has thinning gray hair.|
|Were-Crocodile/Skooma smuggler||Male human, was thought by Annaïg to be a were-crocodile, but was actually found out to be a regular skooma smuggler working with others in Pusbottom. (pg.15)|
|Khajiit skooma smuggler||Khajiit male; was with the original smuggler (above), sent two others described only by their names, "Patch and Flichs," to kill Grim and Annaïg when he noticed they were spying on them.|
|Underwarden Ethten||Male, mentioned (pg.13) by Mere-Glim about trying to get him to send guards after a suspected "were-crocodile."|
- ↑ Grayne's eyes are referred to as "useless" (pg. 3)
- ↑ Sul makes noticeable references to Azura during this chapter such as prayers and rhetorical questions. Varieties of Faith in the Empire states that Azura is worshipped in two pantheons; the Dunmer and the Khajiit, so Sul likely falls under one of those categories.
- ↑ On pg. 6, Sul "splash[es] water in his face and blink red eyes at himself."—red eyes are a trait held exclusively by Dunmer.
Notice: The following are out-of-game references. They are not found in any in-game books, but can still be considered part of The Elder Scrolls lore and are included for completeness.
- ↑ An Elder Scrolls Novel: The Infernal City