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First season Edit
Alfred and Winerva Edit
Alfred and Winerva are Fallon's father and mother featured in the episode "Badlands". They are a pair of Craft Masters: "Winerva is a craftsmaster in the Weaving guild, her Master insignia is embroidered on her sleeve. She wears a feminine yet practical outfit in bright colors. Alfred is a Master Jeweler. Together, they are always traveling from town to town, craft fair to craft fair, to sell and teach their crafts."
The relationship between Fallon and her parents is strained. Fallon's father wanted a son he never had. Fallon's mother always wanted Fallon to exploit her artistic skills and talents. But Fallon always had her own ideas on what she wanted to do, and has become a Jewel Rider. Her parents had no idea of how to handle such a rebellious and strong willed child. Eventually, they reconcile after they witness her daugher's rescue of Princess Gwenevere from Lady Kale. (Alfred: "Fallon, what you did today was the bravest thing I've ever seen anyone do.")
Biker sheep Edit
Fluffy, Stuffy, and Muffy are three magic faery sheep from the Faeryland. They are members of King Odeon's herd (other members of which include Puffy, Larry, Harry, Barry, Tim, and Slim), whose dragonette 'sheepdog' is Windy. They get missing in "The Faery Princess" when Stuffy swallows the Desert Star Crown Jewel and they wander around into Avalon and come upon the evil Lady Kale, which leads her into the land of faeries. They can be also later briefly seen in "Home Sweet Heart Stone" in the care of Doc and Charity.
Carnie and the Sword of Garmandell Edit
Carnie and the Sword of Garmandell are two characters featured in "Love Struck".
- Carnie is a sly carnival barker who does a magic trick with the Sword at Craft Fairs, sticking it into the knot of a tree and seeing if anyone can pull it out.
- The Sword of Garmandell is a feisty, irascible talking magic sword who wants to steal the powers of the Enchanted Jewels. The Sword gets Drake to propose to each of the three Jewel Riders and then tries to use to ceremony to absorb their magic, before being defeated and taken back by the Carnie.
Dennan is a popular knight of Avalon and a wagon master, who is a caravan leader in the episode "Badlands". He helps the Jewel Riders beat back the Outlaws attack on his caravan, and later they meet at a party. Dennan and Fallon have a liking for each other, and both Princess Gwenevere and Lord Batton are also interested in him. In the script: "Tall, handsome, he's dressed for adventuring. He sits atop his mighty steed." His horse is white, with red mane.
Doc and Charity Edit
Doc and Charity are Tamara's caring father and mother featured in the episode "Home Sweet Heart Stone". Doc and Charity are a pair of farmers living in Heartland Farms, where they take care of Heartland Animal Farm. They have tended the land and raised various magic animals all of their lives.
"Doc is an animal doctor and wears the simple clothes of a country vet." The beautiful and welcoming Charity "wears the simple cloths of a farm-housewife, except with lots of pockets for animals and animal treats."
Sunstar's father and other unicornsEdit
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The Fox is a magical anthropomorphic animal creature featured in the episode "Travel Trees Can't Dance". The Fox appears at a wild magic party in a wild magic garden ballroom created within the Great Forests. He first dances foxtrot with Princess Gwenevere until she is exhausted. He later waltzes with Lady Kale, who becomes magically transformed into the Queen of Avalon, takes control, changes the music to some rock-and-roll, and learns how to use the Jewel of the Northwoods.
The draft script describes him as "The man sized fox wearing a white tux and bow tie" and speaking in exaggerated French accent. Kale's dance partner was to be a "waltzing bear" instead of him.
He inspired a minor character of the talking fox Colfax in Avalon: Web of Magic.
- Guard 1: A fat-muscular, dark skinned man posted at front door of the Palace. There were two guards in the draft script, one on each side of the gate.
- Guard 2: A fit-muscular man posted at the door to Jewel Keep. He gets gets blasted ("fried" in the script) by the Dark Stone when he becomes suspicious of a disguised Lady Kale pretending to be Queen Anya, but survives. The guard later reappears in the same role in "Fashion Fever", this time armed with a spear in addition to his dagger.
The Hawk (the draft script introduces him as "Hawk Leader - Guardian Hawk") is one of Merlin's loyal animal featured in the episode "Jewel Quest, Part I". He first appears when he arrives to tell Merlin of the trouble in the forests. Later he sweeps in and grabs Merlin's key before the evil Lady Kale can steal it, and the furious Kale and Grimm pursue him until the dragon's fire breath singes his tail. Falling to get the key to the Crystal Palace on his own, the Hawk turns it to Sunstar and flies away.
Highlander Riders Edit
The Highlander Riders are a group of Asiatic-looking men featured in the episode "Wizard's Peak" where they deliver a map to the Jewel Riders and the Pack. The draft script describes them as wearing "high fur-lined boots, baggy trousers, ponchos, and scarves, which trail behind their necks like banners. They ride large unicorns, with long fetlocks to protect them from the cold environment."
Indigo and Spirit Edit
King Odeon, Princess Wisp and Windy Edit
King Odeon and Wisp are the ruler of the hidden realm of Faeryland and his daughter, featured in the episode "The Faery Princess". His name seems to be inspired by the fairy king Oberon. They are much smaller then humans.
- King Odeon initially does not like outsiders and wants to stay separated from Avalon. When the evil Princess Kale of Avalon arrives to his kingdom, she attempts to destroy Odeon so she can be the Queen. But after the Jewel Riders rid Faeryland of Kale, Odeon and Queen Anya sign the treaty "uniting in peace Faeryland with the great lands of Avalon."
- Faery Wisp and her best friend Windy the dragonette watch over the magical sheep for her father, King Odeon. Wisp has pretty wings that release faery magic dust when she laughs; the sparkling dust swirls and makes everyone around her laugh too. Windy saves Fallon during the fight with Kale
In Avalon: Web of Magic, is a character named Winddancer is also known as Windy. Besides that, Windy from Jewel Riders also partially inspired the Gliders-like D-Flies. Furthermore, there is a fairy king character in Avalon too, named Oriel.
Lord Arville, Lord Drebin and Lady Newton Edit
Lord Arville, Lord Drebin and Lady Newton are three Avalonian nobles talking in a scene in "Jewel Quest, Part II" (named only in the script). They can be also briefly seen in the second season's "The Wishing Jewel".
Lord Delphonse and Murray Edit
- Lord Delphonse is the evil brother, the power-hungry lord of the remote Castle Rivermist in the Misty Moors - "a tall, elegant man with a hint of menace in his eyes." Delphonse has been an admirer of the evil Princess Kale and he went to find the Misty Rose Jewel for her as a proof of his dedication. However, he was exposed to a wild magic outbreak and transformed into Lord Swan. (Described as "the most beautiful, great swan anyone's ever seen" and speaking in a manner similar to Scar from Lion King.) Delphonse partially inspired the Avalon: Web of Magic character of Howard.
- When Murray found the Misty Rose Jewel, it transformed him into a rhyming, riddling troll. Thinking that would make him popular, Murray used the magic of this Crown Jewel to keep "guests" in his also transformed castle and entertain them with his magic tricks. He is described as "troll wearing a traditional magician's outfit with a black cape. The troll is a combination of Quasimodo and a classic fairy tale troll, ugly but sympathetically funny." He has the Pack turned into frogs and their wolves turned lizards, and threatens to cook and eat the frogs. Eventually, he transforms back. ("Where he was once an ugly troll, he is now a rather frumpy, clumsy-looking little guy rumpled clothes. A change for the better, but not by much. He is still sympathetic, though, nerdy, but very sweet.")
Mist Monster Edit
The Mist Monster is a wild magic monster featured in "For Whom the Bell Trolls" and inspired by the monster from the classic science-fiction film Forbidden Planet. The Jewel Riders manage to defeat the monster by forming an Enchanted Jewel Circle, trapping it in a bubble of power and shrinking it (turning it into a small mouse in draft script).
Sorrel is an instrument-maker featured in "Song of the Rainbow". He is "a short, stocky fellow in a blue tunic and high laced-up sandals" who adores Tamara and gifts her his special magic harp that sets into motion the events of the episode. Gwen briefly accuses him of being a spy for Kale, but in the end Tamara declares him a Master Musician.
Other minor Season 1 characters Edit
- Cloud creatures ("Full Circle")
- Dweaselette - "a vampy female dweasel" summoned by the Guardian to pose for Rufus and Twig in "Wizard's Peak".
- Faery bush ("The Faery Princess")
- Lady Robbins - the beautiful lady of Castle Greenwood and a friend of Queen Anya in "Badlands".
- Professor Hill - Tamara's music teacher the New Camelot's music hall in "The Faery Princess".
- Tortoise ("The Faery Princess")
- Other magic animals ("Jewel Quest, Part II", "Home Sweet Heart Stone")
- Other people of Avalon (various episodes)
Season 1 poll Edit
Second season Edit
Grand Designer Antonio is a master fashion designer featured in "Fashion Fever". Antonio works with the Elf Wood Craft Association to organize the Crystal Palace Charity Fashion Show when he gets entranced by Lady Kale's Dark Stone. Later he maniacally uses Kale's magic spinning wheel to make magical dresses that he gifts to Princess Gwenevere and Queen Anya.
Chance and his crystal dragon Edit
Chance is a gnome gardener from Gardenia featured in the episode "The Wizard of Gardenia". He claims to once having been an apprentice of the evil ancient wizard Derek and he helps the Jewel Riders find a Wizard Jewel. In the end he manages to create a magic crystal dragon to defeat Lady Kale. As his dragon is intelligent and able to talk, the girls convince Chance he is now a real wizard and would make the good wizard Merlin proud.
Demi and the Wishing Tree Edit
Demi is two-headed bear-like humanoid creature that lives in the Eighth Land. In the episode "The Wishing Jewel", Demi wants to use the Wishing Jewel to open The Two-Headed Inn. The Wishing Tree is an old tree who once held the Wishing Jewel.
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Ezmerelda (voiced by Micaëla Kreißler in German), working as Madam Esmeralda, is an old fortune teller whose family has used the Fortune Jewel for generations. Her Great North Woods-based business has been booming since she met "her lucky cat", really the ancient wizard Derek, who would use his remaining magic to help her out.
In "The Fortune Jewel", after Derek saves Ezmeralda from Kale, Morgana tempts her to exchange the jewel for a fame and fortune beyond wildest dreams, but she gives it all up and hands the jewel over to Princess Gwenevere. She and Derek then agree to form a partnership with him as now a talking cat attraction.
In Avalon: Web of Magic, an elf named Esmerelda is Ozzie's love interest who seems to return his feelings.
Gilly and Grunge Edit
Gilly the merboy (voiced by Sascha Draeger in German) and the giant, dragonlike sea horse named Grunge are featured in "The Jewel of the Sea". The working name for Gilly was Neptune and Grunge was going to turn into a sea unicorn at the end of the episode.
Grandfather Tree Edit
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Kip and other elves Edit
The elves live in Glimmer Glen, a small elfin village near the Elf Woods. They are featured in the episode "Trouble in Elf Town". One of them, "Elvis Elf" was introduced in a small role in "Fashion Fever". There are also "Elf Baker", "Elf Cobbler" and other elfin townspeople, and even an "Elf Pony".
Kip the Elf (or Kippy) is a young (looking about 12 years old) elf lad that asks the Jewel Riders for help in the episode. According to Tamara, someday he might be able to enter the Friendship Ring and himself become a future Jewel Rider.
Lady of the Lake Edit
The Lady of the Lake, also known as the Spirit of Avalon, appears in the titular episode "Lady of the Lake" / "Spirit of Avalon". Her hand emerges from the lake in the Heart of Avalon to give the Staff of Avalon to Princess Gwenevere, so Gwen can use it and the Wizard Jewels to save her friends and finally destroy the evil duo of Kale and Morgana. The script actually lists her Staff as the seventh of the Wizard Jewels which makes the Lady a good Wizard just like Merlin.
She was obviously inspired by the British folklore character of the Lady of the Lake, Merlin's apprentice and an enchantress rival of Morgan le Fay who gave the magic sword Excalibur to King Arthur in some versions of Arthurian legends. (There are interesting parallels between the Spirit and the Lady of Legend, most notably the gift of a weapon to fight evil: in the myth, the Lady of the Lake gives King Arthur the sword Excalibur, and in Jewel Riders, she gives Gwenevere the Staff of Avalon atop which to forge the One Jewel.) She was also originally supposed to at least be mentioned already in the first season of the show, where the Crown Jewel of the Riverdells was name the Lady of the Lake Stone in The Enchanted Jewel Riders show bible.
Mallory and Tiberius Edit
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Pepe and Gidney Edit
Pepe and Gidney are two two dweasels that are featured in the episode "The One Jewel" as they interact with Tamara and Shadowsong as they stumble upon a crazy dweasel party. They are cousins to Rufus and Twig who also live in Dweasel Nook with the others, and are friendly but very silly, and completely obsessed with "magic bits".
Snowball (named so by Archimedes) is a lost giant baby creature that the Jewel Riders rescue and bring back to its parents in "Mystery Island". The script refers to him as a "giant Totoro", a reference to Hayao Miyazaki's anime film My Neighbor Totoro.
Spider is a nasty creature featured in the episode "Shadowsong" - a hissing, "great, giant spider the size of a Buick" in the Veldt. It attempts to trap Shadowsong into its sticky web trap and eat him, but is foiled by Tamara, and later stalks and attempts to kill Tamara in revenge, who is then in turn saved by Shadowsong. Eventually, Tamara uses the power of her Heart Stone to turn the spider into a beautiful, nice, huge butterfly.
Troll-in-the-Wall Gang and snowman monster Edit
The Troll-in-the-Wall Gang is the group of big, mean and ugly trolls featured as the antagonists of the episode "Trouble in Elf Town" where they menace the elves to steal their magic. It is made out of three members, each wielding an Enchanted Jewel: Chester (the leader, carries the Storm Stone shaped like a twister), Lester (carries the Night Stone shaped like a bat) and Binky (stupid, carries the Snow Stone, shaped like a snowflake).
When the Jewel Riders arrive to defeat the trolls and save the elves, a giant snowman monster is created by Chester the troll to attack the Jewel Riders and it rampages through Glimmer Glen, "crushing buildings like Godzilla", with Archie and Kip stuck inside it, until Gwenevere's Sun Stone melts it down. Eventually, the trolls are stopped by the Jewel Riders and their Wild Jewels taken from them, and they get trapped within the Wild Magic.
Queen Sierra and other unicornsEdit
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Other minor Season 2 characters Edit
- Crystal creatures - Hostile magic shrubbery in Gardenia, featured in "The Wizard of Gardenia" and "The One Jewel".
- Magical creatures of the Veldt ("Shadowsong")
- Sea creatures - Various magical fishies, crabs, lobsters, and other music-playing creatures in "Jewel of the Sea"
- Other people of Avalon (various episodes)
- Wild Magic Blob ("Fashion Fever")
- Wild magic creatures
Season 2 poll Edit