Episode 20 Cast

In Which a King Donates a Library and Saffron Shares Some Bagels


Sara J. Nelson


Saffron - fairy - professional godmother working at the Good Company

“Don’t think too much about it, it will only make your head hurt.”

Smock - goblin - part of trouble-making goblin trio

“No, I Smock. You’re Satchet, remember?”

Jenan Al-Dayyen


Peri - djinn - a know-it-all who works as Magic Support at the good company

“Our current theory is that he doesn’t have a physical body, and it would be more like face to faces, since we suspect he has several.”

Rose Red - human - fairy god-parenting student and part time employee at Aesop’s Pet Shop

“ It’s not like they didn’t bring it on themselves, messing with evil literature and stuff.”

Magic Mirrors - sentient magical artifact - run the Distress Department at the Good Company

“Students, students, in the elevator, 

Heed our words or else regret it later,”

Chris Vanderford


Tristan - human - a young man studying to be a professional fairy godparent

“This bagel tastes like glitter!”

J.R. Nelson


King Gunnar - human - King of the Land of Eternal Day

“Disembodied? But surely a voice must be coming out of someone… or something.”

Mangal Preetham


Kyorinrin - yokai - the master librarian at The Academy

“My, what unusual questions!”

Lateefa Abel


Princess Vasilisa - human - a professor/princess

“I’ve always hated that nickname.”

Undine - naiad - a professional godparent who operates from a wishing well

“It’s a matter of etiquette. I’m about to meet my client and I’m not sure if he’s a dwarf or just a short human.”

Katrina Nelson


Nyneve - mermaid - former frog-napper and current god-parenting student at the Academy

“Yes, is it true that you eat people who hurt books or is that just a rumor? Follow up question, do you have a seafood allergy by any chance?”

Essa Al-Dayyen


Satchet - goblin - part of the trouble-making goblin trio

“I has name, you know. It Smock.”

Keyes - - ????? - we think he's the PR guy??

“And though she informed us that she will be protesting this event on moral grounds, we also extend our thanks to Academy student Rose Red, for helpfully reminding the architects to install elevators.”