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These appeared or were named in only one issue or storyline:
These appeared or were named in only one issue or storyline:
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* Ambrose
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* Ambrose, one of a silent order of monks encountered by Groo in [[Epic 15]]
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one of a silent order of monks encountered by Groo in [[Epic 15]]
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* Anakrony, wizard of King Ravenous ([[Groo and Rufferto]])
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* Anakrony
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* Aypee, pamphlet seller in the town of Negreb ([[Mightier Than The Sword]])
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wizard of King Ravenous, from the ''Groo and Rufferto'' mini-series
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* Benabib, leader of one of three armies that [[Chakaal]] united to attack a travelling fortress ([[Pacific 8]])
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* Aypee  
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* Bili, a boy from the village of Alfombra who persuaded Groo to pay his people AND train them in self defense ([[Epic 25]])
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pamphlet seller in the town of Negreb, in the '' Mightier Than The Sword '' mini-series
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* Boatman of Brujas, ([[Epic 21]])
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* Benabib  
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* Brut, ([[Pacific 5]])
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leader of one of three armies that [[Chakaal]] united to attack a travelling fortress ([[Pacific 8]])
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* Bunta, a hideous farmer's daughter to whom [[Granny Groo]] tried to marry Groo ([[Epic 42]])
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* Bili  
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* Buruaw, black slave trader ([[Epic 5]])
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a boy from the village of Alfombra who persuaded Groo to pay his people AND train them in self defense([[Epic 25]])
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* Captain Zoltar, ([[Epic 5]])
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* Boatman of Brujas ([[Epic 21]])
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* Carli, one of two men who schemed to cheat King Fazel out of money by getting Groo to sink a cargo ship ([[Epic 48]])
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* Brut ([[Pacific 5]])
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* Cerdo, butcher to the King of Almuerzo. ([[Epic 28]])
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* Bunta  
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* Coca, ([[Mightier Than The Sword]])
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A hideous farmer's daughter to whom [[Granny Groo]] tried to marry Groo([[Epic 42]])
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* Dallal, a dealer ([[Epic 6]])
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* Buruaw  
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* Dammi, one of two men who schemed to cheat King Fazel out of money by getting Groo to sink a cargo ship ([[Epic 48]])
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black slave trader ([[Epic 5]])
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* Devorkin, an arms maker and dealer ([[Epic 31]])
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* Captain Zoltar ([[Epic 5]])
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* Ditillio, a spy from Tenedor ([[Epic 54]])
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* Carli  
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* Eddsith, a messenger of Queen [[Grooella]] ([[Epic 18]])
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One of two men who schemed to cheat King Fazel out of money by getting Groo to sink a cargo ship. ([[Epic 48]])
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* Elmy, a bodyguard of the Lord of Michokan, unwise enough to call Groo a mendicant in [[Pacific 2]]
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* Cerdo  
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* Emperor Sakisama, had Groo impersonate him in battle ([[Groo Special]])
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butcher to the King of Almuerzo. ([[Epic 28]])
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* Etrufio, one of three sons of Pipil Khan ([[Mightier Than The Sword]])
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* Coca  
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* Fershid, one of [[Granny Groo]]'s fellow gypsies ([[Epic 42]])
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character in the '' Mightier Than The Sword '' mini-series
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* Fieff, leader of one of three armies that [[Chakaal]] united to attack a travelling fortress ([[Pacific 8]])
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* Dallal  
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* Gabo, soldier accidentally slain by Groo during training ([[Epic 56]])
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a dealer ([[Epic 6]])
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* General Medalla, a soldier in King Kassabist's army ([[Epic 12]])
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* Dammi  
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* General Pelon, ([[Epic 38]])
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One of two men who schemed to cheat King Fazel out of money by getting Groo to sink a cargo ship. ([[Epic 48]])
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* Gerdu, a spy of [[King Kohon]] ([[Epic 12]])
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* Devorkin  
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* Gordosa, a giant horned lizard/dragon used by the Gorditos to carry their men and terrorise their victims ([[Epic 11]], [[Epic 12]])
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an arms maker and dealer ([[Epic 31]])
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* Gorge, owned the orphanage where young Groo was left ([[Life of Groo]])
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* Ditillio  
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* Gorsh, one of three rival warriors ([[Death and Taxes]])
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A spy from Tenedor. ([[Epic 54]])
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* Gula, a not very bright member of [[Taranto]]'s bandit horde (([[Epic 30]])
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* Eddsith  
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* High Priest of Zumu, ([[Pacific 1]])
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a messenger of Queen [[Grooella]] ([[Epic 18]])
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* Howar, Innkeeper ([[Death and Taxes]])
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* Elmy – a bodyguard of the Lord of Michokan, unwise enough to call Groo a mendicant in [[Pacific 2]]
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* Jaron, one of [[Taranto]]'s bandits ([[Epic 59]])
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* Emperor Sakisama - Had Groo impersonate him in battle. ([[Groo Special]])
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* Jarvas, wealthy landowner ([[Death and Taxes]])
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* Etrufio – One of three sons of Pipil Khan in the '' Mightier Than The Sword '' mini-series
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* Kalkuto, ([[Pacific 5]])
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* Fershid – one of [[Granny Groo]]'s fellow gypsies ([[Epic 42]])
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* Kesko, army recruit in Vallentuna recruited with Marly, Raul & Groo ([[Epic 106]])
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* Fieff – leader of one of three armies that [[Chakaal]] united to attack a travelling fortress ([[Pacific 8]])
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* Kholkas, man falsely accused of insulting Groo ([[Mightier Than The Sword]])
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* Gabo – Soldier accidentally slain by Groo during training ([[Epic 56]])
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* King Aram Bulam, ([[Pacific 3]])
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* General Medalla – a soldier in King Kassabist's army ([[Epic 12]])
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* King Battu, magician and ruler in the [[Life of Groo]]), who cursed Groo's father with a son who could not think
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* General Pelon – ([[Epic 38]])
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* King Dendhi Semage, ([[Epic 14]])
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* Gerdu – a spy of [[King Kohon]] ([[Epic 12]])
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* King Donel, ruler of the eastern kingdom ([[Death and Taxes]])
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* Gordosa – a giant horned lizard/dragon used by the Gorditos to carry their men and terrorise their victims ([[Epic 11]], [[Epic 12]])
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* King Enano, ruler of a tiny underground kingdom and holder of an amulet sought by [[Arba and Dakarba]] ([[Epic 26]])
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* Gorge – owner of an orphanage where young Groo was taken in the ''Life of Groo'' mini-series, who cursed Groo’s father with a son who could not think
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* King Fazel, ([[Epic 48]])
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* Gorsh – One of three rival warriors from the ''Death and Taxes'' mini-series
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* King Fuchikaka - Groo used to be his courier ([[Groo Special]])
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* Gula – a not–very–bright member of [[Taranto]]’s bandit horde (([[Epic 30]])
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* King Gasto, possessed the eye of [[The Witch of Kaan]] but handed it over to Groo for fear that he would destroy his kingdom ([[Epic 21]])
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* High Priest of Zumu – ([[Pacific 1]])
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* King Kalcone, ([[Pacific 4]])
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* Howar – Innkeeper from the ''Death and Taxes'' mini-series
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* King Kanda, ruler of Tervel ([[Epic 10]], [[Epic 11]])
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* Jaron – one of [[Taranto]]’s bandits ([[Epic 59]])
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* King Kassabist, ([[Epic 1]])
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* Jarvas – Wealthy landowner from the ''Death and Taxes'' mini-series
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* King Krag, ([[Epic 12]])
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* Kalkuto – ([[Pacific 5]])
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* King Lapiz, deceased husband of Queen Brenurt ([[Epic 7]])
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* Kesko - Army recruit in Vallentuna recruited with Marly, Raul & Groo ([[Epic 106]])
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* King Londo, encountered Groo at a slave trader's market ([[Epic 43]])
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* Kholkas – man falsely accused of insulting Groo in the '' Mightier Than The Sword '' mini-series
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* King Menso, uler of Aytedd killed by rebels ([[Epic 12]])
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* King Aram–Bulam – ([[Pacific 3]])
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* King Ojete, lisping king, with a large harem and possessing the Ruby of Kabula ([[Epic 6]])
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* King Battu – magician and ruler in the ''Life of Groo'' mini-series, who cursed Groo’s father with a son who could not think
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* King Ravenous, greedy, gold-loving monarch ([[Groo and Rufferto]])
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* King Dendhi Semage – ([[Epic 14]])
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* King Sopa, monarch of Almuerzo ([[Epic 28]])
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* King Donel – Ruler of the eastern kingdom from the ''Death and Taxes'' mini-series
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* King Tabor, ([[Pacific 4]])
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* King Enano – ruler of a tiny underground kingdom and holder of an amulet that [[Arba and Dakarba]] sought. ([[Epic 26]])
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* King Witt, hired [[Taranto]] to recover the buried treasure of Kantor ([[Epic 8]])
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* King Fazel – ([[Epic 48]])
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* Laren, leader of one of three armies that [[Chakaal]] united to attack a travelling fortress ([[Pacific 8]])
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* King Fuchikaka - Groo used to be his courier. ([[Groo Special]])
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* Lat, small boy from the Isle of Felicidad who constantly asked questions ([[Epic 55]])
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* King Gasto – possessed the eye of [[The Witch of Kaan]] but handed it over to Groo for fear that he would destroy his kingdom. ([[Epic 21]])
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* Lord Miojo, ([[Epic 56]])
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* King Kalcone – ([[Pacific 4]])
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* Lord of Michokan, ([[Pacific 2]])
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* King Kanda – ruler of Tervel ([[Epic 10]], [[Epic 11]])
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* Lord Supelo, ([[Epic 56]])
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* King Kassabist – ([[Epic 1]])
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* Lord Tuboca, ([[Epic 56]])
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* King Krag – ([[Epic 12]])
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* Lyla, cheese dip maker of Tervel ([[Epic 11]])
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* King Lapiz – deceased husband of Queen Brenurt ([[Epic 7]])
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* Macotela, white slave trader with a large warty nose! ([[Epic 5]])
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* King Londo – encountered Groo at a slave trader's market ([[Epic 43]])
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* Marly, army recruit in Vallentuna recruited with Kesko, Raul & Groo ([[Epic 106]])
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* King Menso – ruler of Aytedd killed by rebels ([[Epic 12]])
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* Mas Kabula, ([[Epic 6]])
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* King Ojete – lisping king, with a large harem and possessing the Ruby of Kabula ([[Epic 6]])
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* Melissa, a temptress used in an attempt to get secret information from Groo ([[Epic 12]])
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* King Ravenous – greedy, gold–loving monarch from the ''Groo and Rufferto'' mini-series
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* Merluza, the "younger elder". His father (also called Merluza) had died when he was met by [[Arcadio]] and the [[Minstrel]] ([[Epic 11]])
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* King Sopa – monarch of Almuerzo ([[Epic 28]])
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* Milto, ([[Mightier Than The Sword]])
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* King Tabor – ([[Pacific 4]])
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* Mocosa, ([[Epic 2]])
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* King Witt – hired [[Taranto]] to recover the buried treasure of Kantor ([[Epic 8]])
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* Morose, undertaker ([[Death and Taxes]])
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* Laren – leader of one of three armies that [[Chakaal]] united to attack a travelling fortress ([[Pacific 8]])
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* Muki, ([[Epic 48]])
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* Lat – small boy from the Isle of Felicidad who constantly asked questions. ([[Epic 55]])
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* Nivram, leader of a group of bandits known as The Wolfmen ([[Epic 49]])
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* Lord Miojo – ([[Epic 56]])
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* Odoman the Savage, one of three rival warriors ([[Death and Taxes]])
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* Lord of Michokan – ([[Pacific 2]])
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* Ogamio, one of three sons of[[ Pipil Khan]] ([[Mightier Than The Sword]])
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* Lord Supelo – ([[Epic 56]])
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* Pauli, one of [[Granny Groo]]'s fellow gypsies ([[Epic 42]])
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* Lord Tuboca – ([[Epic 56]])
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* Pilacas, ([[Mightier Than The Sword]])
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* Lyla – cheese dip maker of Tervel ([[Epic 11]])
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* Pompas, a very large and unattractive woman whom Groo is almost forced to marry ([[Epic 28]])
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* Macotela – white slave trader with a large warty nose! ([[Epic 5]])
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* Prince Canica, ([[Pacific 5]])
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* Marly - Army recruit in Vallentuna recruited with Kesko, Raul & Groo ([[Epic 106]])
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* Prince Hali, ([[Pacific 2]])
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* Mas–K–Kabula – ([[Epic 6]])
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* Prince Tercios, ([[Pacific 1]])
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* Melissa – a temptress used in an attempt to get secret information from Groo ([[Epic 12]])
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* Prince Wali, ([[Pacific 2]])
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* Merluza – the "younger elder". His father (also called Merluza) had died when he was met by [[Arcadio]] and the [[Minstrel]]. ([[Epic 11]])
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* Princess Alaja Wolverton, daughter of King Kanda of Tervel ([[Epic 11]])
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* Milto – character in the '' Mightier Than The Sword '' mini-series
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* Princess Bella, ([[Pacific 6]])
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* Mocosa – ([[Epic 2]])
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* Princess Canaria, ([[Pacific 1]])
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* Morose – Undertaker from the ''Death and Taxes'' mini-series
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* Princess Latessa, Beautiful princess to whom [[Granny Groo]] tried to marry Groo. ([[Epic 42]])
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* Muki – ([[Epic 48]])
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* Queen Brenurt, mistook [[The Sage]] for a healer who could 'cure' her dead husband, King Lapiz ([[Epic 7]])
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* Nivram – leader of a group of bandits known as The Wolfmen ([[Epic 49]])
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* Queen Litia, ([[Pacific 4]])
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* Odoman the Savage – One of three rival warriors from the ''Death and Taxes'' mini-series
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* Queen Maryon, lLeader of The Sirenas ([[Epic 50]])
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* Ogamio – One of three sons of Pipil Khan in the '' Mightier Than The Sword '' mini-series
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* Raul, army recruit in Vallentuna recruited with Marly, Kesko & Groo ([[Epic 106]])
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* Pauli – one of [[Granny Groo]]'s fellow gypsies ([[Epic 42]])
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* Relmihio, one of three sons of [[Pipil Khan]] ([[Mightier Than The Sword]])
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* Pilacas – character in the '' Mightier Than The Sword '' mini-series
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* Seeanan, ([[Mightier Than The Sword]])
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* Pompas – a very large and unattractive woman who Groo is nearly given in marriage. ([[Epic 28]])
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* Sultan of Galleta, ([[Epic 43]])
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* Prince Canica – ([[Pacific 5]])
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* Supuru, a spy of [[King Kohon]] ([[Epic 12]])
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* Prince Hali – ([[Pacific 2]])
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* Taru, a spy of [[King Kohon]] ([[Epic 12]])
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* Prince Tercios – ([[Pacific 1]])
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* Telesforo, merchant in exotic artifacts ([[Epic 6]])
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* Prince Wali – ([[Pacific 2]])
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* The Cartans, one of three tribes set to war against Pescatel by Groo's bungling! ([[Epic 17]])
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* Princess Alaja Wolverton – daughter of King Kanda of Tervel ([[Epic 11]])
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* The Cominos, a fierce band ([[Epic 18]])
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* Princess Bella - ([[Pacific 6]])
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* The Gorditos, a warrior horde ([[Epic 11]], [[Epic 12]])
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* Princess Canaria – ([[Pacific 1]])
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* The Hetitas, enemies of the Melenitas ([[Epic 3]])
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* Princess Latessa – Beautiful princess to whom [[Granny Groo]] tried to marry Groo. ([[Epic 42]])
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* The Kolas, monkey-like creatures ([[Groo Special]])
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* Queen Brenurt – mistook [[The Sage]] for a healer who could 'cure' her dead husband, King Lapiz ([[Epic 7]])
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* The Maquesetts, one of three tribes set to war against Pescatel by Groo's bungling! ([[Epic 17]])
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* Queen Litia – ([[Pacific 4]])
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* The Mas, rival army to the Menos ([[Epic 51]])
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* Queen Maryon – Leader of The Sirenas. ([[Epic 50]])
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* The Melenitas, enemies of the Hetitas ([[Epic 3]])
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* Raul - Army recruit in Vallentuna recruited with Marly, Kesko & Groo ([[Epic 106]])
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* The Menos, rival army to the Mas ([[Epic 51]])
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* Relmihio – One of three sons of Pipil Khan in the '' Mightier Than The Sword '' mini-series
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* The Pirates of Salgari, ([[Epic 33]])
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* Seeanan – character in the '' Mightier Than The Sword '' mini-series
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* The Sirenas, a band of female marauders that fought [[Chakaal]] in [[Epic 50]]
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* Sultan of Galleta – ([[Epic 43]])
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* The Trabahos, One of three tribes set to war against Pescatel by Groo's bungling! ([[Epic 17]])
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* Supuru – a spy of [[King Kohon]] ([[Epic 12]])
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* Turulato, leader of savage hordes... that were easily routed by Groo! ([[Epic 10]])
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* Taru – a spy of [[King Kohon]] ([[Epic 12]])
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* Voldak, ([[Groo Special]])
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* Telesforo – merchant in exotic artifacts ([[Epic 6]])
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* Vorpal, one of three rival warriors ([[Death and Taxes]])
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* The Cartans – one of three tribes set to war against Pescatel by Groo's bungling! ([[Epic 17]])
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* Worm, assistant to Morose ([[Death and Taxes]])
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* The Cominos – a fierce band ([[Epic 18]])
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* Wucki, one of a team of dog traders who captured [[Rufferto]] ([[Epic 45]])
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* The Gorditos – a warrior horde ([[Epic 11]], [[Epic 12]])
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* Zupu, a cannibal cook ([[Epic 28]])
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* The Hetitas – enemies of the Melenitas ([[Epic 3]])
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* The Kolas - Monkey-like creatures. ([[Groo Special]])
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* The Maquesetts – one of three tribes set to war against Pescatel by Groo's bungling! ([[Epic 17]])
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* The Mas – Rival army to the Menos ([[Epic 51]])
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* The Melenitas – enemies of the Hetitas ([[Epic 3]])
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* The Menos – Rival army to the Mas ([[Epic 51]])
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* The Pirates of Salgari – ([[Epic 33]])
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* The Sirenas – A band of female marauders that fought [[Chakaal]] in [[Epic 50]]
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* The Trabahos – One of three tribes set to war against Pescatel by Groo's bungling! ([[Epic 17]])
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* Turulato – Leader of savage hordes... that were easily routed by Groo! ([[Epic 10]])
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* Voldak - ([[Groo Special]])mur
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* Vorpal – One of three rival warriors from the ''Death and Taxes'' mini-series
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* Worm – Assistant to Morose from the ''Death and Taxes'' mini-series
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* Wucki – One of a team of dog traders who captured [[Rufferto]]. ([[Epic 45]])
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* Zupu – A cannibal cook Groo encountered in [[Epic 28]]
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(to be continued...)
(to be continued...)

Revision as of 11:34, 2 May 2009

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