Timothy Nietzsche-Hobbes (SIRT1 STORY ONLY) The field archaeologist - who led the Troy Foundation investigation team on its expedition into the underground tunnels.
Dapperly dressed but not sure why he was there and not particularly brave, Hobbes nonetheless acquitted himself well.
Ute (SIRT1 STORY ONLY) One of the security officers of the Martin-Lloyd family, a lesser branch of the Troy dynastic tree. A well-built woman, think Russian shot putter and you are there.
Not overly communicative either, but a good person to have your back.
Victor (SIRT1 STORY ONLY) Along with Gregor, Victor is one of the longest serving retainers of the Troy family. Both he and Gregor were part of the Grand Mother's original security team.
Assigned by Ellie to be Professor Ramsbottom-Hill's bodyguard during the Troy Foundation expedition, Victor is not averse to using his Gaelic charm and mixing duty with pleasure.
Victor's father, according to Victor, was present at the signing of the Treaty of Los Almos.
Weis (SIRT1 STORY ONLY) Ranger Specialist Weis refuses to give his full name. Short, balding and prone to swearing, Weis is an explosives expert.
His knowledge and skills were instrumental in the success of the expedition into the tunnels. Weis is also one of the first offspring of a native Briton and one of the long-lived.
Whiskers Whiskers was a resident at the New Flagstaff orphanage.
At sixteen, he was one of the older inmates and so experienced greater freedom than those under fourteen to be away from the orphanage. Whiskers spent his time doing 'jobs' for Joe Spivey.
Unfortunately for him, he also did the same for one of Joe's rivals, Fat Eric.
This was a dangerous game to play and no one was really surprised when Whiskers went out one day and never returned.
What was believed to be his body was eventually discovered in the sewers amongst the dead dogs and other road kill that ended up down there.
Worms Worms (Oliver Rundle) is an eight-year-old orphan and is a resident of the New Flagstaff Orphanage.
He got his unsavoury name due to his proclivity for collecting and playing with dead things. In fact, he is fascinated by anything to do with death and dying.
His apparent obsession has resulted in him being the object of much name-calling and even bullying among the other orphans. Oddly, though, he doesn't seem to mind this.
Although we do not yet know his background story it is apparent that he has been a resident orphan for some years.
Worms, like many other inmates of the orphanage, works at Joe Spivey's ammunition factory located on the other side of the junk yard from the orphanage.
Worms is a member of a group of four similarly aged orphans collectively known as 'The Reading Group'.
They are obliged to spend some of their time in Joe Spivey's makeshift schoolroom where he is teaching them all to read and write.
Worms is quite happy with his own company but has developed a friendship with Onetooth, another member of the Reading Group,
and so 'tags along' rather than actively participates in the group's adventures.