The Great Hunt Character List
List of characters that appear in, or are mentioned in, The Great Hunt.
Adeleas Namelle: A retired Aes Sedai, visited by Moiraine for her knowledge of Dark Prophecy
Aedwin Cole: A man who works on the spray
Alanna Mosvani: An Aes Sedai of the Green Ajah who accompanies Siuan to Fal Dara
Alar: The eldest of the elders of Stedding Tsofu
Aldrin Caldevwin: A captain in the Cairhienin army who is unhelpful on Rand's journey south
Aludra: An illuminator, head of the chapter house in Cairhein
Amalisa: Agalmar Jagad's sister
Anaiya: An Aes Sedai of the Blue Ajah who suspects Egwene may be a Dreamer
Asan Sandair: An officer in the Cairhienin army who records Rand's name when he enters the city
Ashin: A man who works as a servant in Barthanes Damodred's manor
Barthanes Damodred: A powerful noble in Cairhien and also a Darkfriend, he is brutally murdered after Rand visits his manor.
Belevaere Osiellin: A Cairhienin noble who flirts with Rand at Barthanes' party
Breane Taborwin: A Cairhienin noble who flirts with Rand at Barthanes' party
Caban: A low ranking Seanchan officer under Egeanin
Catrine: A maid at The Nine Rings in Tremonsien, Cairhien.
Changu: A Shienaran who guarded Padan Fain and went south with him when he fled with the Horn
Cuale: The innkeeper of The Defender of the Dragonwall, an inn in Cairhien.
Dena: Thom's lover, in training to be a bard, murdered by Galldrian's men
Egeanin Sarna: A Seanchan sea captain who seizes Bayle Domon's boat and takes him to Turak
Einor Saren: A Questioner, second in rank to Jaichim Carridin
Elansu: The shatayan of Fal Dara keep.
Elricain Tavolin: An officer in the Cairhienin army.
Erith: A young Ogier woman from Stedding Tsofu. Dhe is a treesinger
Huon: Turak's so'jhin and possibly his Voice. He is murdered by Fain
Hurin: A man from Fal Dara with the ability to smell violence
Jaem: Vandene's gnarled warder.
Jaichim Carridin: An inquisitor in the Children of the Light sent to Almoth Plain
Jeral: A soldier of the Children of the Light who is young. He brings a message to Geofram Bornhald from Jaichim Carridin with orders to stay in Almoth Plain and away from Toman Head.
Juin: An Ogier from Stedding Tsofu.
Kajin: A Shienaran Lord
Lanfear: One of the Forsaken. after Rand's fight with Ba'alzamon, she tells Min that Rand is hers.
Leane Sharif: The Keeper of the Chronicles, she visits Fal Dara with the Amyrlin
Liandrin: An unpleasant Aes Sedai of the Red Ajah, revealed as being of the Black Ajah.
Maglin Madwen: The owner of The Nine Rings in Tremonsien, Cairhien, she gives Rand some advice on dealing with Selene
Masema Dagar: A Shienaran who hates Aiel, and anyone who looks like an Aiel
Muadh: A solider in the Children of the Light
Nidao: A Shienaran who guarded Padan Fain and went south with him when he fled with the Horn
Nieda Sidoro: The innkeeper of the Easing the Badger inn in Illian
Nisura: A Shienaran noblewoman, and one of the Lady Amalisa's attendants.
Pedra: An Accepted in the White Tower
Pedron Niall: The Lord Captain commander of the Children of the Light, with his own plans.
Red: A horse Rand rides out of Fal Dara
Renna Emain: A sul'dam who collared Egwene training, and was captured by Nynaeve and left to remove her a'dam if she could manage it
Rhian: A Maiden of the Spear met in Stedding Tsofu
Ronan: The shambayan of Fal Dara keep, killed on the night the Horn was stolen
Selene: A woman me in one of the world's accessible through a Portal Stone
Serafelle: An Aes Sedai of the Brown Ajah who went to Fal Dara with the Amyrlin
Seta Zarbey: A sul'dam who occasionally had control of Egwene's training, and was captured by Nynaeve and left to remove her a'dam if she could manage it
Siuan Sanche: The Amyrlin Seat
Suroth Sabelle Meldarath: A member of the Seanchan High Blood and a Darkfriend
Tammuz: An illuminator in the Cairhienin chapter house
Tema: The head groom in Fal Dara, Shienar.
Timora: A Shienaran noblewoman and the Lady Amalisa's attendant
Trayal: An Ogier who travelled the Ways and was caught by Machin Shin
Turak: A Seanchan High Blood who led the return until killed by Rand in Falme
Uno Nomesta: A one eyed Shienaran soldier who accompanies Rand and Ingtar in the chase for the Horn
Urien: An Aiel, searching for He Who Comes With the Dawn
Vandene Namelle: A retired Aes Sedai, visited by Moiraine for her knowledge of Dark Prophecy
Verin Mathwin: An Aes Sedai of the Brown Ajah who realises Rand is the Dragon Reborn and joins the group chasing the Horn of Valere
Yarin Maeldan: The second-in-command on the Spray, Bayle Domon's boat
Zaired Elbar: A Seanchan man who accompanied Suroth when she went to claim Egwene and Nynaeve
Zera: The innkeeper of The Bunch of Grapes
Alric: Siuan's warder.
Alwyn al'Van: The cobbler in Emmond's Field
Barin Madwen: Maglin's husband, who left her his Inn when he died
Bili: The doorman in Easing the Badger inn in Illian and nephew of Nieda
Birgitte: An archer, one of the heroes of the Horn
Bonwhin Meraighdin: The last Amyrlin to be stilled and deposed, for nearly bringing the Tower to ruin
Carlinya: A cold Aes Sedai of the white Ajah in the Amyrlin's retinue
Carn: A sailor on Basel Gill's ship murdered while docked in Illian
Corin Ayellin: A member of the Women's circle that Marin suggest might support Nynaeve during her Accepted test
Dalar: Dalar is an Ogier who Loial quotes as having spent ten years among the Sea Folk without succumbing to the longing
Deain: A Seanchan Aes Sedai who made the first a'dam
Dunsinin: A woman associated with Rogosh Eagle-Eye
Eamon Valda: A Lord Captain of the Children of the Light who took over from Geoffram Bornhald in Caemlyn
Earwin: A member of the Children of the Light, given over to the Questioners command
Ella: A woman who works at the Bunch of Grapes Inn in the city of Cairhien.
Irella: A skinny Accepted who insulted Nynaeve
Iva: Erith's mother
Gitara Moroso: An Aes Sedai with the talent of Foretelling who died as the Dragon was reborn, announcing it to Siuan, Moiraine and Tamra
Lacel: Juin's father
Laud: Juin's grandfather
Lidan: A serving girl in the Nine Rings
Luthair Paendrag Mondwin: One of Artur Hawkwing's son's, sent over the ocean to establish a country
Maigan: An Aes Sedai of the Blue Ajah who was in the retinue that went to Fal Dara
Marith Riven: An Aes Sedai. Nynaeve once threw a cup at her.
Mavra Mallen: A person, likely fictional who replaced Nynaeve as Wisdom in her Accepted test
Melia: Hurin's wife
Mikel: One of the Heroes of the Horn, called back at Falme
Mother Caredwain: A healer in Tremonsien
Mulaen: The der'suldam in charge of the damane in Falme
Myrelle Berengari: An Aes Sedau. Moiraine has arranged for her to have Lan's bond if Moiraine dies
Nela al'Caar: A woman from the Two Rivers
Neysa Ayellin: A woman from the Two Rivers
Owyn Merrilin: Thom's nephew, who was able to channel
Paedrig: One of the Heroes of the Horn, called back at Falme
Seaghan: A performance hall owner in Cairhien
Smoke: The name of a wolf Perrin comes briefly into contact with.
Takima: An Aes Sedai of the Brown Ajah who has taught Egwene
Tetsuan: One of the two Amyrlin's stilled and deposed, for her betrayal of Manetheren
Teven Aerwin: An author
Tiedra: The inkeeper of the Great Tree
Tomas: Verin's Warder. She leaves him behind when she chases after Rand
Tuck Padwhin: The carpenter from Emond's Field. Egwene thinks of him
Tuon Althaem Kore Paendrag: The favoured daughter of the Empress
Two Deer: A wolf Perrin comes briefly into contact with.
Winter Dawn: A wolf Perrin comes briefly into contact with.
Wuan: A member of the Children of the Light, given over to the Questioners command
Sheriam Bayanar: The Mistress of Novices in the White Tower
Characters that appear in the book
Agelmar Jagad: The Lord of Fal Dara in Shienar
Alaine Chuliandred: A Cairhienin noblewoman who flirts with Rand at Barthanes' party
al'Lan Mandragoran: Moiraine's warder, struggling to balance his duty to Moiraine and his love for Nynaeve
Bayle Domon: An Illianer smuggler hired by Nynaeve to take her, Min, Egwene and Elayne out of Falme
Egwene al'Vere: A girl from the Two Rivers in training at the White Tower as a novice. She is captured and made damane, but is freed.
Elaida do Avriny a'Roihan: An Aes Sedai of the Red Ajah and advisor to queen Morgase, she has returned to the Tower with Elayne
Elayne Trakand: The daughter heir of Andor, in training as a novice, she leaves on the promise of adventure to try and help Rand
Galadedrid Damodred: Elayne's half brother, in training with the Warders at the White Tower. He takes a liking to Egwene.
Gawyn Trakand: Elayne's brother, in training with the Warders at the White Tower. He takes a liking to Egwene.
Geofram Bornhald: A Lord Captain of the Children of the Light, killed fighting the Seanchan at Falme.
Ingtar Shinowa: A Shienaran lord who leads the chase after the Horn of Valere. He is revealed as a Darkfriend and gives his own life to try and return to the Light.
Logain Ablar: A False Dragon, captured and stilled and left to roam the grounds of the White Tower
Loial: On Ogier, considered too young to be out on his own, who accompanies Mat, Rand and Perrin.
Matrim Cauthon: A young man from the Two Rivers in search of a tainted dagger from Shadar Logoth, to which he is linked
Elmindreda Farshaw: A young Andoran woman with the ability to see prophetic images around people, summoned to the Tower
Moiraine Damodred: An Aes Sedai of the Blue Ajah who found the Dragon Reborn then allowed him to go his own way.
Nynaeve al'Meara:A young woman from the Two Rivers, raised to the Accepted on entering the Tower, though she cannot conspicuously channel.
Padan Fain: A Darkfriend who stole the Horn of Valere and took it to Falme, where he presented it to Turak
Perrin Aybara: A young man from the Two Rivers, a blacksmith and wolfbrother
Ragan: A Shienaran soldier who goes south with Ingtar
Rand al'Thor: A young man from The Two Rivers, who learns he was born on Dragonmount and is able to channel, but refuses to accept he is the Dragon Reborn until he battles Isha'mael in the sky above Falme.
Thomdril Merrilin: A gleeman who had an association with Rand. After Galldrian has his lover Dena killed, he decides to kill Galldrian
Characters that are mentioned in the book
Arent: Loial's father
Artur Paendrag Tanreall: One of the Heroes of the Horn, called back at Falme
Basel Gill: The innkeeper of the Queen's Blessing in Caemlyn
Blaes of Matuchin: One of the legendary Hunters for the Horn
Breyan: Isam's mother who vanished when Trollocs overran Malkier
Cenn Buie: The thatcher in Emond's Field, seen in Nynaeve's Accepted test
Dain Bornhald: Geoffram Bornhald's son
Easar Togita: The king of Shienar
Else Grinwell: A young Andoran girl, inspired to go to Tar Valon after meeting Rand and Mat, but too lazt to achieve much.
Gaidal Cain: A legendary Hero of the Horn, called back at Falme
Galldrian Riatin: The king of Cairhien, assasinated by Thom in revenge for the death of Dena
Gareth Bryne: The Captain-general of the Queen's Guard in Andor
Halan: Loial's grandfather
Haman: An elder in Stedding Shangtai, frequently mentioned by Loial
Isam: Lan's cousin linked with Luc in what appeared to be Dark Prophecy.
Jon Thane: The miller in Emond's Field. Rand compares Leane to him in the way she orders people around
Kari al'Thor: Tam's wife, deceased
Lain Mandragoran: Lan's uncle, dead in the fall of Malkier
Laman Damodred: the king of Cairhien who caused the Aiel war by chopping down Avelendesora.
Lini Eltring: Elayne's nurse, and before that Morgase's
Luc Mantear: Tigraine's brother who vanished in the Blight. He and Isam are linked in writings left on the Fal Dara dungeon wall
Marin al'Vere: Egwene's mother
Master Fitch: The owner of the Stag and Lion in Baerlon, currently re-building
Mazrim Taim: A False Dragon troubling Saldaea
Mordeth: A man who corrupted the city of Aridhol during the Trolloc wars and then waited there for a two thousand years until he tried to possess Padan Fain, but ended up merging with him
Morgase Trakand: The queen of Andor, Elyane and Gawyn's mother
Rogosh Eagle-Eye: One of the Heroes of the Horn, called back at Falme
Tigraine Mantear: Galad's mother and the one-time daughter heir of Andor, whose dissapearance sparked a war for succession which ended in Morgase taking the throne
Yurian Stonebow: A False Dragon who rose just after the end of the Trolloc Wars