One of the seven bestial Zodiac demigods, Myrrhdeas ("Myrrh") is entitled and callous, but incredibly lazy. Her small stature and hatred of work render any devious plots of hers only a minor annoyance, and she finds holding grudges to be too much effort.
As a fox spirit (we do not use the k-word), Myrrhdeas hides powerful magic and can transform into a wide variety of shapes up to the size of a small child - but her tails will always remain, and she doesn't like them to be touched.
While she tries to hide it, Myrrhdeas can frequently be caught in her two-foot form due to her admiration for the invention of spoons.
A well-to-do girl and early-blooming Muse, Laelia has more heart than brains. She is curious and altruistic, frequently getting into trouble due to her kindness and naivete. She has an antiquated, ladylike style of speech and never thinks of herself first.
With Alyssa and Clover, Laelia forms the terrible trio of Those Little Charmers, protecting the city of Bigtown from threats of all natures (except for themselves) through the use of precocious magic themed as superpowers. As Lovelocks, Laelia specializes in hard light constructs to tie up bad guys, unfailingly securing them with titular and highly embarrassing heart-shaped locks.
A clumsy wishdragon forced to leave the wishdragon lands on pilgrimage because she was amazingly bad at their cultural specialty, granting wishes. (They'll let her back in when she's better at it.)
Nosy and eager to prove her helpfulness whether asked or not, Rhubarb frequently neglects the longterm consequences of her enchantments & summons, often causing more problems than she solves. This also applies to her candid speech.
All the same, her heart is in the right place, and she sometimes shows remarkable foresight, wisdom, and sense of duty far beyond what her childish and innocent exterior would imply.
Also known as Druantia, the Green Lady, Mother Forest, and a million other monikers, Draead is the first suspect when someone thinks "god of nature", and the primary deity of the Tyrvari.
Though weak herself by the standards of the gods, as the queen of all flora and fauna of the land she commands a vast army that spans the entire world and answers to her without question or delay. In addition, the unfathomable quantities of energy available to her allow her to construct cataclysmic weapons and war machines capable of global destruction of those who draw her wrath - the Sword of Wood and Amber fears no sword or sorcery.
Though she bears little more patience than she has height or bust, Draead learned long ago to stop short of wanton smiting or holy war; she was once the warmongerer among the gods, and to this day is looked down on by her fellows.
In a land of dark and dusk and dim, there hide creatures of the night long since shunned by the patrons of the sun. The dearest of these to the Black Queen are the Dark Children, those small creatures touched by her profane energies and frozen out of time from that instant onward.
Of the four queendoms of the Dark Children, the Warrior Queen Maximiliana ("Maxi") leads Casila, the strongest army among them. Despite her voluptuous and soft form and her slightly puerile temper, she is an unbreakable bastion with her armor, a royal terror with her axe, and a kind and just queen when neither of those is appropriate. Many have mistaken her for a bimbo - but though any Dark Child loves to relax and be a kid when left to her own devices, in any crisis Maxi shows a rapid and critical mind, forms new strategies on the spot, and can destroy with extreme prejudice.
Though Maxi can take care of herself, she is still defended by the finest praetorians of the Dark Children. Rumor has it whoever makes it past the guard and threatens Maxi will face something even more intimidating than the Queen's bosom.