This article contains brief biographies for characters from Terry Pratchett's Discworld series. This list consists of human characters. For biographies of noted members of the Discworld's "ethnic minorities" (Dwarfs, trolls, Undead, etc.), see the specific articles for those races. Some character biographies are also listed in articles relating to the organisations they belong to. For further Discworld character biographies, see the table below.
Characters are listed alphabetically by name.
Read more about Discworld Characters: 71-Hour Ahmed, Achmed The Mad/Achmed The 'I Just Get These Headaches', Adora Belle Dearheart, Bloody Stupid Johnson, Brutha, Canting Crew, Carcer, Christine, Cohen The Barbarian, Conina, Corporal Strappi, Cut-Me-Own-Throat Dibbler, Didactylos, Dios, Doctor Cruces, Doughnut Jimmy, D'regs, Drum Billet, Edward D'Eath, Ella Saturday, Eric Thursley, Eskarina Smith, Esmerelda Margaret Note Spelling of Lancre, Evadne Cake, Findthee Swing, Glenda Sugarbean, Harry King, Herrena, The Henna-haired Harridan, Hodgesaargh, Hrun The Barbarian, Hubert Turvy, Imp Y Celyn, Miss Iodine Maccalariat, Jeremy Clockson, J.H.C. Goatberger, John "Mossy" Lawn, Jonathan Teatime, Juliet Stollop, Lavaeolous, Leonard of Quirm, Lewton, Lieutenant Blouse, Liessa Dragonlady, Lobsang Ludd, Lord Downey, Lord Snapcase, Lord Winder, Lupine Wonse, Lu Tze, Ly Tin Wheedle, Magrat Garlick, Marietta Cosmopilite, Mavolio Bent, Mightily Oats, Mr Hong, Mr Pin, Mr Salzella, Mr Slant, Mr Tulip, Lord Mortimer, Duke of Sto Helit, Nijel The Destroyer, Olaf Quimby II, Polly Perks, Princess/Queen Kelirehenna (Keli), Pteppicymon XXVIII (Teppic), Ptraci I, Reacher Gilt, Rincewind, Roland De Chumsfanleigh, Ronald Rust, Rosie Palm, Rufus Drumknott, Sacharissa Cripslock, Seldom Bucket, Sergeant Jackrum, Stanley Howler, Tacticus, Tawneee, Theda Withel, Tolliver Groat, Traveling Professionals, Trevor Likely, Twoflower, Verence II of Lancre, Victor Tugelbend, Vorbis, Wallace Sonky, Walter Plinge, William De Worde, Willie Hobson, Willikins, Lady Ysabell, Duchess of Sto Helit
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“For our vanity is such that we hold our own characters immutable, and we are slow to acknowledge that they have changed, even for the better.”
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