From New York to Athia, Frey meets a lot of different people. These are the best cats and other minor characters in Forspoken.
Even though Frey is the main character in the Forspoken story, there are many other characters who help Frey and the story along the way. Whether it’s a townie trying to do what’s best for Athia and the realm or one of the sworn protectors of the world, every side character, even a cat, has an important job to do.
The world of Athia is dangerous and full of corruption, but there are still a few characters who try to change what is going to happen to the land. Even though Frey doesn’t have many friends in New York City, there are still a few people who want to make her life better. Here are nine of Forspoken’s best supporting characters.
Auden Keen: Helper And Healer
You don’t have to stay in Athia for long before people start to treat you badly and think you’re a dangerous demon. Frey is ready to face the worst consequences, but Auden uses her voice to change the Council’s mind and save Frey’s life.
She not only keeps you from dying, but she also risks her own life to help Frey get out of the dungeon. Auden has so much faith in Frey that she is willing to risk her own life for him. She is also one of the few people who will help Frey get a much-needed dose of reality.
Tanta Sila: The Tanta Of Strength
Tanta In Athia, Sila is the first Tanta you meet. She is a cruel person with a mind that is getting worse. Tanta Sila is very suspicious and always thinks the worst of Frey. She uses a child as a puppet to try to kill her, which is what ends up killing her. From this fight and the next one with the boss, you might think Sila is just plain bad.
But as you learn more about the story of Athia, you start to see that she is a fiercely protective character who cares deeply about the people of Athia. Like the other Tantas, she ends up being a big help to Frey.
Tanta Olas: The Tanta Of Wisdom
Meeting Olas shows how strong and different each Tanta really is. Olas’s job as the Tanta of Wisdom is to teach the people of Athia, but she also has the special ability to change the minds of people and the environment around them.
She’s not as interesting as the Scarlet Witch, but she’s still an important part of Frey’s journey. Even as the demon started to make her lose her mind, Olas still taught her community and gave wise advice to her coworkers. She also became Frey’s friend.
Tanta Cinta: The Tanta Of Love
When you start reading Forspoken, you might wonder who Frey’s parents are and why they left her behind. And when she gets to Athia, you’ll probably get answers to your questions. Frey sees Cinta’s face for the first time in a painting as she is getting ready to fight Tanta Sila. She is drawn to this face right away, which suggests that there is more going on between them.
Everything makes sense when they find out that Cinta is Frey’s mother and that she loved her deeply before and after she was born. Cinta is a kind and caring being because she is the Tanta of Love. She trusts Frey completely and does everything she can to help her on her way. Plus, even though Cinta didn’t want to be a dragon, it’s pretty cool that she is.
Tanta Prav: The Tanta Of Justice
Prav is the only person in Athia who can give a fair opinion. She is the Tanta of Justice, which means she decides on all crimes and their punishments. Prav’s job in Athia’s justice system makes her split between being irrational and being reasonable, which is not the case for Tanta Sila.
She wants to rule Frey’s trial with an iron fist, but the sensible part of her knows that Frey has the right to a fair trial. Tanta Prav is a good side character because she is fair and cares about Frey, the other Tantas, and the people of Athia. She is also one of the coolest boss fights in Forspoken game.
Robian Keen: Cognoscent Of Junoon
Robian, who Frey calls “Break Bob” most of the time, is an important side character for building the world. He is one of the few characters who knows a lot about the break and how to travel to other dimensions.
He wants to help Frey for real, which is probably why Frey cares more about him than other people in Athia. And because he’s such a helpful character, it’s hard to see his mental state get worse every time he’s on screen.
Johedy: Archivist Of Cipal
In Forspoken, Johedy is a person who won’t put up with nonsense. As an archivist, she looks at the facts of a situation and doesn’t let her feelings affect what she thinks. She has a strong personality and a strong presence. When Johedy is in a scene, she takes up room, especially when she fights back against Frey.
Frey is seen as a hero by many of the characters in Cipal, but Johedy doesn’t talk about her as much as the other characters do. She holds Frey more responsible than other people and to a higher standard.
Homer: Frey’s Companion
In Forspoken, Homer is the first person Frey really gets close to, even though she is a cat. She is one of the few people Frey cares about and feels responsible for. After Frey’s apartment burns down, you don’t spend much time with her, but Frey talks about her a lot when she’s in Athia.
Frey really wants to go home while she’s in Athia, even though other characters love and help her. You might wonder why Frey wants to go back to Earth so badly, besides the fact that Athia is becoming more and more evil. She doesn’t have much in New York, but she has Homer, which is enough to make her want to go back.
Maya Bird: Judge
From where Frey is standing, it might not look like it, but Judge Maya Bird is one of your first allies when you start 8 Ball Pool game. And before Frey goes to Athia, Maya Bird is probably her only friend—other than Homer, of course. Frey is having a hard time, and Maya tries to help her.
She also cares about Frey enough to take care of Homer while she’s away. Even though Frey tries to help, she doesn’t trust Maya enough to let her help her. But Maya still tries to help someone who has had bad luck since birth, no matter how much she resists.