Gelayon is loyal servant of Princess Maya who has worked for the princess forever. He tells the player about Evil Kilo kidnapping the princess and throwing him in the Dark Mazes, and becomes the player’s companion in the game. He is well-connected, with knowledge of the kingdom, impatient, conservative, worried, and also a blamer. He has poor eyesight and barely walks.
Ayla is one of the survivors of an ancient fairy descent. She is from the Gua Fairy Tribe, one of the several fairy tribes in the World of Mazes. She chose not to be a warrior and instead became a merchant, a profession she liked, and she decided to sell stuff in a dangerous area full of unknowns. She is loyal, kind-hearted, and a fan of Princess Maya.
A deep, smart, mature, bored, slow, grumpy, helpful, and relatively negative-minded rock prophet who knows the prophecy. Procket talks in code, eats half of what he wants to say, loses focus easily and jumps from one sentence to another irrelevant one.
Engilava is a lava engineer who prides himself on knowing everything about lava and being the best lava engineer ever known. He has an engineering, problem-solving, and analytical mind. Engilava is not a human. He belongs to a category of creatures that could survive the meteor shower and live in Grezorth Maze because their bodies contain lava.
Another ancient creature living in Grezorth Maze, Lava Minion can walk over magma and hot surfaces. It doesn’t talk but interacts and shows excitement by jumping up and down. The player has to find a way to befriend this dog-style lava creature.
A scary ancient creature that has been living in the Grezorth Maze forever. No one knows when it was born, but it is rumored that its existence goes back to the beginning of the meteor shower. It can’t be beaten or killed. It is deadly upon contact but doesn’t eat living things. It only eats lava and its droppings are of a material that is resistant to meteor hits, one of hardest materials ever known to maze residents.
And other characters you will get to know once you play the game…