- Wearing a black top hat and suit with little adornment, Eybram Lincon, with his chin curtain beard is a recognised hunter of unnatural entities. Besides his cane-sword, he always carries some silver-tipped arrows, wooden stakes, garlic, and a holy cross with himself.
- A travelling cleric of the Order of Glassbreakers, Gilbert Glassglad; he is most concerned with breaking everything made of glass in the world. Besides regular equipment, he wears a piece of shattered glass as an amulet.
(credits to Palkó Gábor for the original concept and to Premier for the cool name)
- The infamous Grim Brothers, Jacob and Wilhelm; armed and gruesome travellers whose dream is to publish a book about their adventures presented as folk tales, hence they always carry some paper and ink with themselves.
- A martial artist, John Smith, who claims to be the long-awaited reincarnation of a legendary warrior, named Ku-Laong the Thousand-Fisted. He is obviously delusional, for not only is he a coward but also a rather clumsy fighter.
- Joshua; despite being only a carpenter's son, he is surprisingly loyal and virtuous, albeit regularly involved in dubious amiable relationships. Everyone agrees, though, that he has great potential.
- Kohn N. Minator, a strong and cunning warrior from the north, descending from an ancient lineage of fighters and merchants. He wears no armour (and is, in fact, half-naked all the time); he wields a freaking-big axe, and also carries a small abacus for quick compound interest calculations.
- An old gentleman wearing green suit, introducing himself as Ozpinhead. A magician by trade, he tries everything to get out of trouble. He has a hot air balloon which can be turned into a pocket-size miniature; unfortunately, the balloon has a terrible sense of humour and intends to transport travellers to unknown lands far beyond.
- A nameless man in crude black armour (including a helmet which he never takes off), armed with a pretty old but still impressing sword; he claims to be the Son of the Black Knight and intends to find the Sacred Bridge of a Thousand Miraculously Amusing Deaths where his father used to be on duty, until he was killed by a travelling White Knight.
- A bitter outlaw clad in black, wearing a mask; he is Sorrow: once triumphant crusader of justice and defender of the weak, now an impoverished, depressed alcoholic. When drunk, he muses about his glorious past; when really drunk, his passions overcome him and he parties like hell.
- Filled with angst and anger, The Vigilante is ready to unleash his wrath and deliver justice to anyone causing harm or pain to law-abiding citizens. He wears rather colourful cloth armour with a capitalised V woven into it.
- A handsome adventuring archaeologist, Wyoming Wilson; he wears a fedora and is equipped with a whip, used as a weapon and a utility item, as well. He is mostly looking for legendary artefacts.
- Xavier Xan-Xander, a wizard's apprentice expelled from the Guild because of his strange sexual desires; he has not given up on becoming a true wizard, hence he adventures to gather the funds to join the Guild again. He wears black latex robes, and his spellbook contains the following spells: Comprehend Inscription, Lantern of the Purple Dreamer, and Induce Insomnia.
(credits to Palkó Gábor for the original concept)
Other useful lists of henchmen I find inspirational (and whose greatness I attempted to match):
- Kazamata #1 - Bérencek, de különcök (twenty interesting henchmen for the Landar setting; it's in Hungarian, though)
Any other similar inspirational lists I missed?