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People of Nehwon - S

Samanda

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Sheelba of the Eyeless Face

Siss

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Skel

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Skif

Skif was one of the Snow Clan's most skilled skiers. One night, only two years prior to the events of The Snow Women, while drunk with snow brandy, he attempted to jump over Trollstep Canyon, and nearly made it, but failed in the attempt and fell to his death.

Skor

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Skullick

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Skwee

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Slaarg

Rokkermas and Slaarg were famous stone masons whose premises were located on Cash Street, close to the Gold Street intersection. They owned two buildings that laid opposite each other on Cash, and were connected by a second-story passageway. Their buildings were fronted by large pillars of various shapes and designs which were more advertisements than utilitarian. The bridge sported life-sized statues on either side, also as advertisments. It is amongst these pillars and statues that Fafhrd and the Gray Mouse hid when they ambushed Slevyas and Fissif during the time of Ill Met in Lankhmar.

Slevyas

The tall thief, Slavyas, was a master thief candidate during the time of Ill Met in Lankhmar, when he and his thieving cohort, Fissif, were ambushed by Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser, and were robbed of their bag of gems, which in turn they had just robbed from Jengao the Gem Merchant.

Slinoor

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Slivikin

Slivikin was the rat familiar of Hristomilo, hired sorcerer of the Thieves' Guild. Smaller than a cat, but large for a rat, Slivikin supported the Guild on missions and served as Hristomilo's lieutenant amongst the city's ratdom.

Snarve

Snarve is one of the Overlord Glipkerio's nephews, and is an aristocratic amateur thief who has been known to meet up at the intersection of Silver Street and the Street of the Gods with junior executives of the Thieves' Guild and other star operatives and brave independents for their habitual evening gathering.

Snee

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Stravas

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Svivomilo

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