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There are numerous Other Characters who do not fall on the side of the Old Gods or of the New Gods, whether they are a human or a god themselves. Some of these characters are indigenous to the Americas and were not brought over through colonization and immigration while others are mythological creatures or culture heroes.


Lakeside, Wisconsin[]

Other Notable Characters[]


The Chickamauga women[]

In Chapter Seventeen, it is mentionned that two ageless Chickamauga women walk among the ranks of the Old Gods at Rock City, wearing oil-stained bluejeans and battered leather jackets, watching the deities prepare for battle, sometimes pointing at them and shaking their heads. It is mentionned that they do not intend to take part in the imminent fight opposing the Old and New Gods.

Gnaskinyan in Muninn

Gnaskinyan[]

Gnaskinyan, also known as Gnaski or Crazy Buffalo, is a malevolent Lakota spirit. He is the son of Iktomi's brother, Iya, and Unk. He appears with Iktomi in "Muninn."


Nunyunnini in the graphic novel

Nunyunnini[]

Nunyunnini is the skull of a woolly mammoth worshiped by Siberian immigrants in a Coming to America story in Chapter Thirteen and in "Lemon Scented You."


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