An immortal swashbuckler with a heart of gold and fingers of butter.
An angry, unhinged clown looking for payback from life.
The Bounty Hunter
A serious-looking mulatto woman, armed to the teeth, who attempted to claim a bounty on Claire Teach.
The strongest werewolf of Chief Silverfang's warriors; who was unfortunate enough to have faced an angry clown in man-to-wolf combat.
Sheriff Albert Bruce
Silverlode's semi-competent (and mostly corrupt) Sheriff.
Jackson "Wild Jack" Carson
A world-famous archaeologist and occultist.
An ex-cop and amateur detective who is hoping for a quiet life as pulp writer.
Father Javier Escarcega
Pastor of Silverlode's only Catholic Church, St. Augustine's, as well as a retired Hunter of the Dead.
Italian archaeologist who is assisting British secret agents in Silverlode.
Silverlode's most brilliant Mad Scientist without tenure.
Russian Okrana agent in charge of the Tsar's Silverlode operations, he was captured and psychically interrogated by Hiram Turner and Roger Zane.
Mathilda Yvonne Hattrack
A charming photographer who is also a secret agent.
J. Robert Hinkley
Enthusiastic student of Science!
Ivan Gogol's obligatory crazed henchman.
Astral traveler and sponsor of Catherine Meyers' formal education since the death of her father.
Wife of Frank Janecek and infrequent Astral traveler.
Solitary Buffalo Soldier who can talk to spirits.
Enthusiastic werewolf hunter and unusually attractive mountain girl with a knack for knocking out magical effects.
Charming but slightly off-putting executive of the Quicksilver Mining Company who was discovered to be an Ultraterrestrial Invader From Beyond.
Andrew Michael Le Croix
Prominent Silverlode citizen and contact of both Mathilda Hattrack and Catherine Meyers.
Good-natured Mad Scientist and founder of the Silverlode Institute of Science & Technology.
Aging Russian of extremely short stature who is also Professor of Engineering at the Silverlode Institute of Science & Technology.
Former proprietor of the French Letter and suspected vampire with sorcerous talents.
Vampiric gunslinger and reluctant hero.
The graceful young socialite from Chicago who is now a student of metaphysics.
The virginal daughter of Chief Silverfang who was abducted by German agents for her ability to open a path through the spirit world.
A spirited young cowgirl, struggling to help her windowed mother keep her ranch.
Mayor Eugene Nicklefoot
The current mayor of Silverlode. He must be doing something right because people still move here in spite of all the vampires, aliens, mad scientists, and werewolves.
Dr. Tobias O'Neil
Respected surgeon and notorious high-roller in the town's gambling establishments.
A Wild West Show Trick-Shot Expert who suffers from psychic episodes.
Arturo Sebastian Ramirez
A gunslinging musician and Hunter of the Dead.
Reinhardt & Reinhold
Twin train robbers that won't stay dead.
Virginal schoolmarm and professional victim.
Exiled werewolf and performer in Jackalope Jake's Wild West Show who sold out his former chief's daughter to German agents.
A wealthy professor of metaphysics and engineering with a talent for sorcery.
Formidable older woman who is Heinrich von Loaph's right hand.
The venerable leader of the local werewolf tribe.
An adorable six-year-old encountered in the lobby of the Grand Hotel and abducted by werewolves.
Japanese secret agent killed before he was able to ally himself with Mathilda Hattrack and the U.S. Secret Service.
Kind hearted owner of the General Store who is also wanted for practicing witchcraft back east. Currently shacking up with the chief of the werewolves.
Gallant US Secret Service agent sent to investigate foreign interest in Silverlode. Killed by trainrobbers.
A former U.S. cavalry officer with powerful mental powers who occasionally does work for the U.S. Secret Service.
Heinrich von Loaph
Immortal occultist who is leading the German effort to find mysterious artifacts in Silverlode.
A scruffy and malodorous prospector who has "seen strange sights".
For full Risus stats for some of the above characters (as well as details of their adventures), please see Silverlode 1908 at the Risus Monkey.