Neverwinter Nights: Pirates of The Sword Coast - Cast of Characters

Cast of Characters

  • Captain Allendry - the Midnight Rose's brave half-orc captain.
  • Vengaul Bloodsail - Well-known pirate and rogue who was encountered in the original Neverwinter Nights.
  • Garm - A troglodyte clan's greatest warrior who could join the player if he is able to defeat him.
  • Polly the Parrot - A talking parrot who is actually quite intellectual. Helps the player throughout the game.
  • Nisar - A sailor and crewmate of the player character who journeys alongside him.
  • Tasina Alcrest - The main antagonist. She is the priestess of Umberlee, the evil sea goddess. However, she is not that evil, in fact, she is actually misguided.
Neverwinter Nights series
Neverwinter Nights
Expansions
  • Shadows of Undrentide
  • Hordes of the Underdark
  • Kingmaker
  • Darkness over Daggerford
Premium modules
  • Pirates of the Sword Coast
  • Wyvern Crown of Cormyr
  • Infinite Dungeons
Neverwinter Nights 2
Expansions
  • Mask of the Betrayer
  • Storm of Zehir
  • Mysteries of Westgate
Universe
Technology
  • NWScript
  • Aurora Engine
  • Aurora toolset
  • Electron toolset
Other
  • Dungeons & Dragons
  • Neverwinter Nights (AOL game)
  • Neverwinter
  • BioWare
  • Obsidian Entertainment
  • Atari
  • Neverending Nights
  • BloodSpell
  • Book:Neverwinter Nights
  • Category:Neverwinter Nights
  • Portal:Video games

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