|Ruler of the city of Fawn, Yelinda ruled in the name of Beauty and was the lover of Jorvin, captain of Fawn's city guard. When the Avatar arrived in Fawn with his Companion, Iolo, she invited them to visit her in the palace where she presented Iolo with a stunning white diamond necklace as a gift for his missing wife, Gwenno. During this meeting, Sir Dupre raised a toast to his liege Lord British, who was known to the residents of Serpent Isle as the Beast British. Furious, Yelinda ordered them jailed until a trial could be held before the Oracle of Beauty.
During the trial it was uncovered by the Avatar that Priestess Kylista and Captain Voldin were secretly controlling the Oracle. After killing Voldin in self-defense, the Avatar was able to free the Oracle in order to save Sir Dupre. Grateful, Lady Yelinda presented Dupre with the Crystal Rose of Love. Later, Mad Iolo attacked Fawn and maimed Yelinda, forcing her to flee into the Gorlab Swamp. After being restored to her former beauty by the Avatar, who returned to her the Comb of Beauty stolen by the sorceress Columna years before, she gave the Avatar the key to the Fawn Treasury where the ancient Serpent Armor had lain hidden for centuries. Lady Yelinda rules in Fawn today, sadly over an empty city.
|Priestess of Beauty for the city of Fawn. Kylista was a vain woman seeking Beauty in every action she saw. First meeting the Avatar when he arrived in Fawn, she graciously accepted the return of the White Breastplate of Beauty, created by the master blacksmith Standarr of Monitor. During the trial of Sir Dupre, she secretly controlled the Oracle of Beauty along with Captain Voldin, hoping to destroy the Avatar and his companions. She was arrested for her crimes when she was discovered by Alyssand, and was thrown into Fawn's prison. Claiming later that Voldin was to blame, she attempted to lure the Avatar into releasing her in exchange for personal favors. Later, during Mad Iolo's vicious attack upon Fawn, she was killed.|
|Chancellor of Fawn to Lady Yelinda, Zulith was in fact the power behind the throne as he usurped much of her power. When the Avatar arrived in Fawn, he began to suspect that the Avatar was secretly in contact with the Fellowship, and with Alyssand's Cause, a group dedicated to freeing the Oracle of Beauty from Priestess Kylista's control. Following the Avatar through the city, he was caught by Dupre, but was rewarded by presiding over Dupre's trial. Later, when Mad Iolo attacked the city, Zulith was killed.|
|One of the Great Captains of Fawn, Garth was once a fisherman in Fawn's great fleet before an accident caused him to retire from the trade. Serving Lady Yelinda, he assisted in the day-to-day workings of the city. When Mad Iolo attacked, Garth died defending the city.|
|One of the Great Captains of Fawn, Joth served Lady Yelinda and assisted in the day-to-day workings of the city. When Mad Iolo attacked, Joth died defending the city.|
|One of the Great Captains of Fawn, Voldin served Lady Yelinda and assisted in the day-to-day workings of the city. The secret lover of Priestess Kylista, he helped to control the Oracle of Beauty. During Sir Dupre's trial, he was discovered by the Avatar as the traitor, and was attacked the Avatar hoping to kill him in single combat. Unfortunately, the Avatar proved quick with a blade, and he was killed.|
|Captain of Fawn's city guard, Jorvin was a fierce fighter and was equipped with the Wand of Detainment, a mystical weapon. The lover of Lady Yelinda, Jorvin was a polite yet firm person, brooking little disorder in his city. When the Avatar arrived in Fawn, Jorvin congratulated him on freeing Fawn Tower, which had been overran by the goblins. Later, when Mad Iolo attacked, Jorvin was killed trying to defend his city.|
|Caretaker of the royal gardens of Fawn and healer for the city, Delphynia met the Avatar when he traveled to Fawn in search of Varo leaves, the cure for the poison that Lydia of Monitor infected him with. When the Avatar presented her with a letter from Ruggs's, her disfigured lover, she confessed to loving Ruggs but was awash with shame at the way he looked. Later when Mad Iolo attacked the city, she was killed.|
|Follower of the Fellowship, founded by her lover, Leon, Alyssand was the leader of the Cause, a group dedicated to freeing the Oracle of Beauty from the control of Priestess Kylista. She met the Avatar during his visit to her father Delin's shop where she was presented with her missing engagement ring, lost to a teleport storm. Following Kylista's arrest, she was appointed as an advisor to Lady Yelinda, but sadly was later killed during Mad Iolo's attack on Fawn.|
|Father of Alyssand and Freli and the provisioner of Fawn, Delin was a man crippled with grief over the death of his wife. He met the Avatar in his shop where it was determined that a teleport storm had taken some Filari coins from Delin and had sent them to the Avatar. Later, when Mad Iolo attacked the city of Fawn, Delin was killed; and his soul was finally at peace.|
|Owner of the Broken Oar Tavern and Inn, Jendon was a gruff yet knowledgeable man of Fawn; as with any good barkeep, he was able to assist the Avatar in identifying some of the strange items he found along his travels. When Mad Iolo attacked the city of Fawn, Jendon was killed.|
|Bard for the city of Fawn, Olon first met the Avatar when the bard Iolo sang a song of his lost wife, Gwenno. Impressed by Iolo's ability, Olon convinced Lady Yelinda to grant the Avatar an audience, in which Sir Dupre was arrested for offering a toast to Lord British. Later, when Mad Iolo attacked the city, Olon was killed during the defense of Fawn.|
|Created by the mages of Moonshade, the Oracle passed judgement on the issues of Beauty that were brought before it. Unknown to the people of Fawn, the Oracle was controlled by Priestess Kylista and Captain Voldin until the Avatar freed it from its imprisonment. It remains it Fawn today, awaiting a new Priestess of Beauty.|