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Non-player characters are characters relevant to the setting of Apex Legends that are not playable Legends.

Seen characters[edit | edit source]

Aleki Gibraltar[edit | edit source]

Aleki Gibraltar

Dr. Aleki Gibraltar was a scientist and, as part of "The Group" working on Project Iris, one of Pathfinder's creators. He is also Gibraltar's grandfather.

He was one of the first people to warn Lillian Peck about an upcoming energy crisis in the Outlands. He died on December 25, 2658 due to the explosion caused by the Phase Runner accident on Olympus.[1]

Amélie Paquette[edit | edit source]

Amélie Paquette
They're almost here. MRVN, we need you. Your existence is proof that the Outlands can survive. People must be told about [...] You are our Pathfinder. We made you for a great purpose.
— Amelie's message to Pathfinder.

Dr. Amélie Paquette was a geologist and, as part of "The Group" working on Project Iris, one of Pathfinder's creators. She is the mother of Luc Paquette and grandmother of Wattson.

She died on December 25, 2658, due to the explosion caused by the Phase Runner accident on Olympus.[1]

Amer Singh[edit | edit source]

Amer Singh.

Dr. Amer Singh was an IMC scientist and lead scientist on the Project Wraith. Originally a colleague of Renee Blasey, he evidently turned on her once she became the primary test subject for the project. The Singh Labs are presumably named after him.

Though he is deceased in Apex's main dimension, he is alive in Wraith's home dimension, and is the reason Voidwalker Wraith stayed there.

Anastasia Oliveira[edit | edit source]

Anastasia Oliveira

Dr. Anastasia "Stay" Oliveira was a mechanical engineer and, as part of "The Group" working on Project Iris, one of Pathfinder's creators. Afraid that Reid will betray the group somehow, she implemented a Fail-Safe system into Pathfinder, allowing him to operate the security measures by himself.

She died on December 25, 2658 after being shot by Ashleigh Reid.[1]

Angela Fazia[edit | edit source]

Angela Fazia

Angela Fazia is a reporter for the Outlands Journal. She frequently reports on stories surrounding the Apex Games, including an interview with Bangalore and a report on the damage to Kings Canyon following the collapse of the Repulsor tower.[2]

She was on Olympus in the aftermath of the Icarus Fleet's return to Olympus. She was with Grace Rasheed inside the Icarus when she was infected and designated "Patient Zero" of a disease coming from the genetically mutated Medusa Vines.

Armen Fletcher[edit | edit source]

Armen Fletcher

Dr. Armen Fletcher was a medical doctor and, as part of "The Group" working on Project Iris, one of Pathfinder's creators. He is known to like dessert, especially ice cream.

He died on December 25, 2658 due to the explosion caused by the Phase Runner accident on Olympus.[1]

Artur[edit | edit source]

Artur and his raven.
Nei, young one. Nei. I lived to see you pass the test. It was not the gun that protected them. It was you... Perhaps there is more to the old ways, than the weapon we chose. A beast none has slátra. You... will be the first... Blothhundr...
— Artur's last words.

Artur was a hunter living in a village in Talos that rejected technology and worshiped the Norse gods with a particular focus on Odin, the Allfather. After his brother Johann was killed in a flash freeze, Artur took care of his brother's child, Bloodhound, for 10 years. Artur was killed by a Goliath that attacked the village. Before dying, he gave Bloodhound his hatchet and his blessing.

Artur also had a raven. After his death, the raven helped Bloodhound slay the Goliath and the raven became Bloodhound's. Bloodhound named the raven Artur.

Ash[edit | edit source]


Ash is a simulacrum, a Pilot, and a mercenary who worked under Kuben Blisk as one of the Apex Predators. She piloted a custom Ronin-class Titan. They were destroyed by the Militia Pilot Jack Cooper and his Titan BT-7274 during the Frontier War; however, Ash was later rebuilt by Vinson Dynamics.

Eventually, she reunited with Blisk. At some point, they made a deal which involved Blisk throwing her head into a portal; her headless body was stashed on top of a charge tower inside one of the IMC's terminal stations under Kings Canyon. The head landed in the dimension where Revenant rules over Solace, which the Legends dub the "beta plane," and was split into 9 pieces, scattered all over Kings Canyon.

The Legends rebuild Ash's head for Hammond Robotics in exchange for the coordinates of Revenant's source code. Ash is revived when the head gets reattached to the body. Ash is delivered to Hammond Robotics, who then extract codes from her memory banks. Pathfinder later finds her into a dumpster, without any knowledge except for her name. Pathfinder takes her to the warehouse he woke up in and they live together in Solace City.

Because Ash is a girl and she is his "friend", Pathfinder boasts to other Legends that he has a "girlfriend" which pique the interest of Mirage and Rampart. The pair visits Pathfinder and Ash, but Rampart accidentally triggers Ash's memories, alerting the attention of Blisk. After all the Legends leave and Ash is alone, Blisk comes to the warehouse. Ash prepares to fight but Blisk explains he was not trying to kill her, he had no choice, and they had left on good terms. He then tells her an old friend of hers is back. Ash runs off with Blisk and leaves a note behind for Pathfinder, thanking him for his help. Ash is also the announcer for Arenas.

Ash is connected to the floating city of Olympus, and knows Darion Che and Duardo Silva.

Ashleigh Reid[edit | edit source]

Dr. Reid.

Dr. Ashleigh Reid was Dr. Mary Somers' apprentice and, as part of "The Group" working on Project Iris, one of Pathfinder's creators.

She departed with Somers on a dangerous mission to prove the existence of Branthium. After successfully extracting the Branthium from a black hole, Reid betrayed Somers and left her to die in the black hole. Reid would go on to take charge of Peck Labs on Olympus, as mentioned (albeit with her name misremembered) by Cherisse Che.

After betraying the rest of the Group on December 25, 2658 and trying to take all the Branthium for herself, she was killed by Amélie Paquette.[1]

Big Sister[edit | edit source]

Big Sister.

Big Sister is a mysterious masked figure who leads a gang on Gaea. Her gang attacks Rampart's shop after the latter wins a gauntlet match.

Conan Shelley[edit | edit source]

Conan Shelley

Dr. Conan Shelley was an engineer and, as part of "The Group" working on Project Iris, one of Pathfinder's creators.

He died on December 25, 2658 due to the explosion caused by the Phase Runner accident on Olympus.[1]

Creighton Sawtelle[edit | edit source]

Creighton Sawtelle

Creighton is a violent man who aspires to rule the Outlands. The first planet on his list is Psamathe. He hires mercenaries to attack a party that the Ches are attending, in hopes that the Ches could relay his demands to the Syndicate. His plans are thwarted by Lifeline, Gibraltar, Octane, and Pathfinder; and he is presumably arrested.

Creighton is related to Chico.

Darion and Cherisse Che[edit | edit source]

The Che family.

Darion and Cherisse Che are Lifeline's parents. Darion is the CEO of Chevrex, the Outlands branch of robotics company AI Logic while Cherisse has connections with the Syndicate. War profiteers from the Frontier War and presumably also the Outlands Civil War, they appear as kind and loving while in public, but are actually cold and cruel; even to their only daughter Ajay, who left home in disgust after finding out about their war profiteering.

Darion collects antique robots; Gibraltar calls him "the drone guy." Darion is childhood friends with Eduardo Silva.

When the Apex Games came to Olympus, Lifeline reunites with her parents at a party. To her surprise, they hug their daughter, though Cherisse makes it clear that it is only for show. Darion demands Lifeline to come home, but their conversation is interrupted by an attack on the party. Lifeline deals with the attacker, Creighton, and Darion gives her an antique MRVN battery as a reward.

Cherisse has connections to the now-Supreme Warlord of Salvo, Sandringham Kelly, seemingly having a hand in the negotiations that led to the admission of Salvo into Syndicate Space.

Frances[edit | edit source]


Frances is a member of Big Sister's gang. Frances calls Rampart, telling her to lose the underground gauntlet match because people have money on it.[3] After Rampart wins, Frances and five others from the gang attack Rampart's shop.

Frances is voiced by Allegra Clark.[4]

Franklin Humbert[edit | edit source]

Franklin Humbert's death.

Dr. Franklin Humbert was the head of Humbert Labs, a manufacturer of pesticide gases in Zaldana City, Gaea. Humbert was murdered by Alexander Nox after he discovered Nox's experiments on living tissue. Nox later faked his own death to avoid justice.

Jackson Williams[edit | edit source]

Jackson Williams' fall.

Lieutenant Jackson Williams was a Pilot for the IMC and one of Bangalore's four older brothers.

Jackson went MIA in an accident while serving on the IMS Hestia. Bangalore is convinced he's still alive and well, though her memory of the battle is hazy and unreliable.

Jaime[edit | edit source]


Jaime is a friend of Loba, skilled in electronics. In the past, Loba saved him from a group of thugs and they became partners. He discovers Revenant's whereabouts online and informs Loba. He gives Loba the access key to Revenant's "source code" which was hidden in the IMC base beneath Kings Canyon.

James "Forge" McCormick[edit | edit source]

Main article: Forge
Look, the legends are great, and they deserve respect but they've NEVER faced anyone like me. And when we hit the ground, I dare anyone to bring the fight up close and personal.
— Forge moments before his assassination.

James McCormick, also known as Jimmy, was a 5 time champion of the Hyperfighting Federation, James was sponsored and ready to join the Apex Games looking for a new challenge. However, during his interview with Lisa Stone, he was killed by Revenant.

There is a Forge museum in Gaea, but it soon filed for bankruptcy.

Johann and Brigida[edit | edit source]


Johann and Brigida were the parents of Bloodhound. They were engineers who settled in World's Edge before the meltdown. They were killed in the flash freeze accident; Johann was killed in front of a young Bloodhound. After their death, Bloodhound was taken in by Johann's brother, Artur.

Kuben Blisk[edit | edit source]

Hm. Son, you think you've got what it takes? They call us Apex Legends. But not all Legends are heroes. Each fight for their own reasons. From the ashes of war, Legends are born. They are icons of strength, power. Outside the ring, they're champions. Inside, they're equals. But the goal remains the same, become an Apex Legend. I say it's a sport of survival. You ask me? It's simple, eh. They kill you, they're better. You kill them, you're better.
— Blisk throughout the opening cinematic

Kuben Blisk is a South African mercenary pilot and prominent antagonist in Titanfall 1 and Titanfall 2.[5] He is the leader of the Apex Predators, an elite mercenary unit that was frequently contracted by the IMC during the Frontier War.

Blisk was a competitor of the original bloodsport started by the IMC in Solace, the Thunderdome. After the Frontier War ended, the Mercenary Syndicate restarted the bloodsport as the "Apex Games" and Blisk was named its commissioner.

For reasons unknown, Blisk decided to go off the grid without telling the Syndicate. Before doing so, he was recommended to add Rampart to his "list" by an unknown person. Blisk ceased contact with anyone for a year but kept a watchful eye on Rampart in Gaea. Blisk returns when he saw Rampart's shop being attacked by Big Sister's gang. Impressed by her performance, Blisk personally hands Rampart his card which allows her to join the Apex Games.

Later, Blisk moves to Solace. After noticing that Ash has returned, he personally visits her and informs her that an old friend of hers is back.

Leeki[edit | edit source]


Leeki is Gibraltar's aunt.

She was with her great-niece Samaria and her nephew Makoa to take part in the festivities for Pathfinder's heroism organized by the Syndicate when the outbreak of a mysterious disease occurred.

Lisa Stone[edit | edit source]

Lisa Stone.

Lisa Stone is an interviewer for Outlands Television. She was interviewing Forge when he was killed by Revenant. She made it out alive with no physical harm. She later interviews Mirage at his bar after Loba Andrade sinks Skull Town.

Luc Paquette[edit | edit source]

Luc Paquette with his daughter.

Luc Paquette was the lead electrical engineer for the Apex Games and the father of Wattson. He worked with her to create The Ring, only to die the day it was completed. However, he would rather have it be called "The Forcefield".

Margaret Kōhere[edit | edit source]

Margaret Kōhere

Margaret Kōhere, better known as Maggie or Mad Maggie, was a childhood friend of Fuse and the boss of the Cracked Talons.

She was discontent with the fact that Salvo is now part of Syndicate Space and viewed anyone who did not share her opinion as "traitors" to Salvo. Maggie and Fuse had a falling out after Fuse decided to join the Apex Games, and she accidentally blew off Fuse's arm in a fit of rage. During Fuse's official introduction to the Apex Games in Kings Canyon, she hacks into the ceremony ship and attacks the gathering civilians, before blowing off the mountains at the north with explosives. She made numerous attacks on the Syndicate after this, including hacking into the Ring system of the Apex Games and blowing up Fuse's ship on Solace City.

She died on 2734 during the latter attack after refusing help from Fuse and falling to her death.

Maggie is the announcer of the Ring Fury takeover during the Chaos Theory Icon.svg Chaos Theory event and the War Games Icon.svg War Games event takeovers.

Marcos and Alanza Andrade[edit | edit source]

The Andrade family.

Marcos "Griftor" Andrade was a notorious con-man and thief. He ran a Bonnie-and-Clyde operation with his wife, Alanza Andrade, and they had a daughter, Loba. A huge bounty was offered for his death after he stole an artifact from an unknown person, which led to his murder by Revenant in 2708.

Mila Alexander[edit | edit source]

Mila Alexander.
But imagine what this could do for us! It's one time, one risk to give us that second chance we've been searching for! The chance for a new life.
— Mila about a new chance for life after finding out about the prediction algorithm.

Mila Alexander is Crypto's foster sister. Her last name is named after Mystik's son who died. She and Tae Joon had day jobs as computer engineers for drone software but were somewhat notorious as hackers. Mila was captured by the Syndicate after discovering their prediction algorithm for the Apex Games, and Tae Joon was quickly framed as her murderer. After her capture, Mila escaped the Syndicate and laid low. Mila later contacts Crypto, tells him about her escape and warns him that someone inside the Syndicate is watching him.

Milly Delgado[edit | edit source]

Milly Delgado

Professor Milly Delgado was a scientist and, as part of "The Group" working on Project Iris, one of Pathfinder's creators.

She died on December 25, 2658 due to the explosion caused by the Phase Runner accident on Olympus.[1]

Mystik[edit | edit source]

A photograph of Mystik, Mila Alexander, and Tae Joon Park.

Mystik is Crypto and Mila Alexander's former caretaker at Ticacek Orphanage in Suotamo. Even after reinventing his identity, Crypto still maintains contact with Mystik, and she is partially involved in his efforts to infiltrate the Apex Games.

She has a son that died, and is a fan of Mirage.

Newton Somers[edit | edit source]

Newton Somers

Newton Somers is Horizon's son. He was a part of "The Group" working on Project Iris and consequently one of Pathfinder's creators.

After his mother was left stranded in space, he became close with his mother's colleague Ashleigh Reid, and eventually wound up as an intern on Project Iris. His fate after the Phase Runner accident on December 25, 2658 was left ambiguous, although Reid said she "dealt with him", implying she either personally killed him, or let him go and didn't consider him a threat.[1]

During Horizon's attempts to research a way to get back to him on 2733, she uncovered video messages from a child Newton that showed her being able to fulfill her promise to him.

Nikolas Gentile[edit | edit source]

Nikolas Gentile

Nikolas Gentile, commonly called Nik, is Gibraltar's ex-boyfriend. The two had a reckless relationship; they shared their first kiss in the cage at Thunderdome and got caught in a landslide after stealing Gibraltar's dad's motorcycle. The two broke up after the landslide accident, as a result of Nik taking the blame for Gibraltar's mistake and being sent to juvenile detention and jail. Nik now lives elsewhere with his son, Michael.

Nik stumbles upon Gibraltar again in a party down in Malta, much to his annoyance. The party gets attacked by Creighton Sawtelle; Nik aids the Legends in defeating Sawtelle. In the aftermath of the attack, Nik and Gibraltar begin to reconnect, but as friends.

Samaria[edit | edit source]


Samaria is Gibraltar's niece.

She was with her great-aunt Leeki and uncle Makoa to take part in the festivities for Pathfinder's heroism organized by the Syndicate when the outbreak of a mysterious disease occurred.

Shadow Revenant[edit | edit source]

Shadow Revenant.

"Shadow" Revenant is Revenant from a reality where he overthrew his dimension's Syndicate and now rules over Solace, hosting the Apex Games for his entertainment.

During Halloween, Shadow Revenant meets Pathfinder after the latter took a portal to his dimension. Shadow Revenant is the host of the Shadowfall and Shadow Royale game modes. In "The Broken Ghost" quest, the Legends search Shadow Revenant's dimension for pieces of Ash's head, and Shadow Revenant helps them at the end.

Victor Maldera[edit | edit source]

Victor Maldera.

Victor Maldera is a former lieutenant and detective for the Malta Police Department. He solved many cases, such as the Wenjun double homicide; however, he could not solve the arson of Humbert Labs in 2723. It was deemed an accident and the case was closed a year later. Maldera was convinced that the culprit was Alexander Nox and had an altercation with his superior officers, which resulted in him getting dishonorably discharged. Despite this, he remained obsessed with finding Nox and proving his theory right.

While working as a security officer for a restaurant, an accident occurred involving a MRVN: Pathfinder. Maldera mistakenly believed Pathfinder was a criminal and extracted Pathfinder's memory files. He found out that Pathfinder was actually just a clumsy worker bot and was there at Humbert Labs at the time of the incident; he saw that Nox really was the one who burned down the Labs and is still alive. The mob showed up and tried to take Pathfinder, but Maldera was not willing to let go of his case's witness. He and Pathfinder escaped together, but Pathfinder was shot in the process, damaging the files. Maldera tried to extract the Nox files, but having briefly bonded with the MRVN during the escape and believing that Pathfinder is dying, he allowed Pathfinder to instead see a memory file of the latter's creator. Unbeknownst to Maldera, Pathfinder survived.

In 2734, Victor was given a second chance with the force and is assigned to Tae Joon Park's case.

Maldera is also a boxer and has a picture of him and Forge.

Viper[edit | edit source]


Viper was a member of the Apex Predators Mercenary Corps and the father of Valkyrie. During the Frontier War, he utilized a heavily modified Northstar chassis that provided him with vastly increased flight time and better missile tracking.

He was killed in 2715 during the Battle of Typhon by Jack Cooper. His helmet and Northstar was eventually retrieved by his daughter.

"Voidwalker" Wraith[edit | edit source]

"Voidwalker" Wraith.

The "Voidwalker" is a nickname for the main dimension's original Wraith since she first appears in the "Voidwalker" short.

While attempting to find information on Amer Singh, she found a dimension where she was still being experimented on by the IMC; the IMC of that dimension was not defeated in the Frontier War and thus still exists in the Outlands. Voidwalker Wraith freed that reality's Wraith and gave her Kunai. The two Wraiths switched dimensions: the Voidwalker Wraith stayed behind to pursue Singh; the escaped Wraith passed into Voidwalker's dimension (the main dimension of the game) and entered the Apex Games.

Voidwalker Wraith presumably had some connection to Crypto, since she used a program with his logo to access IMC computers.

Mentioned characters[edit | edit source]

Arthur and Katerina Nox[edit | edit source]

Arthur Rutherford Nox and Katerina Ticacek Nox are Caustic's parents. Arthur is a farmer, while Katerina is a schoolteacher.

Bangalore's brothers[edit | edit source]

Aside from Jackson, Bangalore has three other brothers also in the IMC Armed Forces, Monty, Zeke (most probably Ezekiel), and Zaia (Isaiah) Williams.[6]

Boone[edit | edit source]

Boone is someone Bloodhound mentions in Bloodhound's Trials. Bloodhound wishes to speak to their deceased uncle Artur about Boone.

Cheryl Amacci[edit | edit source]

Cheryl Amacci is the head of the legal department of Hammond Robotics. She was involved in the cover-up and containment of Revenant after his murder of James McCormick.

Chico Sawtelle[edit | edit source]

Chico Sawtelle is a presumed blogger who likes to gossip about the Legends. He is related to Creighton Sawtelle.

Dion Bakar, Grimes, and Nix[edit | edit source]

Dion Bakar, Grimes, and Nix are customers of Rampart. They are voiced by Niecy Nash, Danny Trejo, and Jordan Fisher, respectively.[4]

Eduardo Silva[edit | edit source]

Eduardo Silva is the CEO of Silva Pharmaceuticals. He is Octane's father and a childhood friend of Darion Che.

After Octane's gauntlet accident, Octane forged a letter from them stating they were offering him an office job, which Ajay Che knew was something he didn't want. This would lead to Ajay putting her job down the line to get him his bionic legs.

Elon, Ricky, and Roger Witt[edit | edit source]

Elon, Ricky, and Roger are Mirage's 3 older brothers, all of whom went MIA in the Frontier War.

Evelyn Witt[edit | edit source]

Evelyn Witt is Mirage's mother and a famed engineer specializing in Holo-Pilot Tech who used to work for the IMC. She helped modify the unit used by her son in the games and is popular enough that Wattson knows and respects her work.

She presumably is suffering from memory loss as implied by a recording of a phone call between her and her son. It is also implied her brother is Droz from Titanfall 2.

Gabriel Mora and Roy House[edit | edit source]

Gabriel Mora and Roy House were employees at Hammond Robotics roughly 300 years ago. Mora ran tests on remote neural projection and degradation abatement in the year 2420, the year Revenant was first uploaded as a simulacrum. He found each transfer results in "infinitesimal" data corruption, and the subject will suffer significant program collapse if repeated indefinitely. He reported his findings to Roy House, though House was more concerned about the cost.

Miko Gibraltar[edit | edit source]

Miko Gibraltar is a volunteer for SARAS alongside his wife and son Gibraltar.

He lost an arm saving Gibraltar and Nikolas Gentile from a mudslide.

Gryz Witt[edit | edit source]

Gryz Witt is Mirage's great-grandfather. He was responsible for their family's famous pork chop recipe.

Dr. Heinrich Hammond[edit | edit source]

Heinrich Hammond is the founder of Hammond Engineering and other companies and subsidiaries, including, but not limited to, Hammond Robotics, Hammond Aerospace, Hammond Industries, etc. These companies make up the core of the Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation, a megacorporation based in the Core Systems.

Also known as the "Father of the Frontier", Hammond was born around the 2080s[7] and was exposed to an unknown element brought about by the impact of Sheffield's Asteroid.[8] Founding Hammond Engineering in 2127[8] and Hammond Robotics in 2131, his company was responsible for the creation of Jump Drives that allowed for the colonization of the Core Systems and subsequently the Frontier.

Hammond is rumored to still be alive and if so would be over 650 years old. One man by the name of Ransin Mandaleigh claims to be him.

Jacob Young[edit | edit source]

Jacob Young is the Prime Director of Public Relations for the Apex Games. He is mentioned by the newspapers in the opening cinematic, and by Luc Paquette in his letter to Wattson.

Along with Cheryl Amacci, he was involved in the cover-up and containment of Revenant after his murder of James McCormick.

Lillian Peck[edit | edit source]

Lillian Peck was a billionaire humanitarian who created the floating city of Olympus. The Peck Foundation is presumably named after her. Peck was very close to Horizon and was the godmother to her son, Newton.

Lowell[edit | edit source]

Lowell was a member of the Syndicate who was killed by Revenant after Revenant became aware that he is a simulacrum. Lowell's body parts were then sent to his kids.

Dr. Maxine Bateman[edit | edit source]

Dr. Maxine Bateman is the Medical Chief of Staff for the Apex Games. She is mentioned by the newspapers in the opening cinematic.

Newcastle[edit | edit source]

Newcastle is the runner-up in the qualifiers for the Apex Games, behind Forge. After Forge's death, Newcastle was supposed to replace him; however, the Syndicate added in Revenant instead.

Norma and Waldorf[edit | edit source]

Norma and Waldorf are hosts of The Talkin' Legends Podcast.

Q.W.[edit | edit source]

Q.W. are the initials of a person who contacted Crypto and Mila Alexander to install the Apex Broadcasts Monitoring System (ABMS), which led to them discovering the Syndicate's prediction algorithm.

The following was uncovered in the Crypto ARG[9][10]:

DATE: 11-25-31
CONTRACTORS: MYSTIK-2 -- Tae Joon Park. Mila Alexander.
APPROVALS: See confirmation code: 121284
PAYMENT: Delivered.
DEVICE: Thumbdrive.
Thank you Mystik-2 for assisting in our installation of the Apex Broadcasts Monitoring System. We at ABMS are excited to begin offering the people of the Outlands an easy-to-access direct stream to the games. Our access to the Apex network is limited for the time being pending our proof-of-concept approvals, but once online, we, along with you, will find ourselves at the forefront of the Outlands' future.

The Q.W. initials also appear in the "Fight Night" animated short, on the phone of the man who tried to shoot Pathfinder.

Ransin Mandaleigh[edit | edit source]

Ransin Mandaleigh is a resident of Talos interviewed by Outlands Journal's Angela Fazia. He claims to be Dr. Heinrich Hammond, aged 650 at the time of the interview.

Reeves[edit | edit source]

Reeves is a woman in charge of Peck Labs. According to Cherisse Che, she does not like children.

Reginald[edit | edit source]

According to Tom Casiello, Reginald[11] is supposedly a male gunsmith from Psamathe who desperately wants to join the Apex Games but gets last in the qualifiers every time he tries.[12]

This is potentially a fake character that Tom created to trick the people who thought Rampart (who was not yet released at the time) was male.

Sandringham Kelly[edit | edit source]

Sandringham Kelly is the Supreme Warlord of Salvo. He was the warlord who ratified the Mercenary Syndicate Treaty that allowed Salvo to join Syndicate Space.

Ms. Tobin[edit | edit source]

Ms. Tobin is a high-ranking Hammond Robotics employee. When Horizon returned to Olympus after 87 years, Tobin sent her condolences for Horizon's now-deceased son. Tobin offered Hammond Robotics' resources to Horizon for the latter's time travel research. However, Horizon declined the offer, stating that she would rather not rely on others after being betrayed by her assistant.

Yoko Zepnewski[edit | edit source]

Yoko Zepnewski is the assistant of Cheryl Amacci, Hammond Robotics' legal head. After Loba Andrade sinks Skull Town, Yoko was with Cheryl Amacci when Loba was announced as the new Apex Legend. Octane was seen flirting with her, after which Yoko personally introduces herself to Loba, says her boss knows what Loba is really after, and offers to make a deal. This led to the search for the Broken Ghost. She goes on a date with Octane and tells him about Loba's search for Revenant's source code. Later she gives Bangalore the transcript of her conversation with Loba and Cheryl.

Yoko is a fan of Bangalore.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Gryz Witt is a reference to Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order character Greez Dritus. Both Apex Legends and Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order were developed by Respawn Entertainment.[13]
  • The official subtitles for "The Old Ways" Story from the Outlands originally spelled Artur's name as "Arthur", and has since been corrected.