Achaius is the kind and enthusiastic protagonist of the story. Young and full of life, Achaius always seeks to be helpful, and cares deeply for those close to him. Achaius now resides in the Leeble Forest; the only human to live within these lands with the exception of his friend Dominic. Because Achaius lost his parents at a young age, and was separated from his twin brother and older sister for reasons even he cannot remember, Achaius considers the Leebles his family and the village his home. His best friend is another Leeble named Aero; the two are inseparable. Despite having an overall good temperment, Achaius’ youth can cause him to behave irrationally at times.
Aero is a Leeble; a small cat-like creature with wings and a long tail that can speak and walk upright. Aero is thoughtful and mature. She is a good listener and knows how to sort out even the most difficult of situations. As a result, Achaius and the other Leebles often rely on her advice when things get tough. Aero is a good hunter, despite her small size. Though not originally from the Leeble Forest, she has become a welcome member of this particular tribe. Throughout the story, Aero deals with insecurities about being the only Leeble in a world full of humans and creatures much larger than her. Aero often worries that she is too weak or insignificant to be important to others.
Dominic arrived at the Leeble Village several years ago. On a journey to escape the hectic pace of the Ciro Order, and his life as a high-ranked soldier in the Ciro army, Dominic felt at peace in this quiet village and decided to stay. Dominic is friendly, dependable, and loves to joke around. But those who know him believe that under his light-hearted exterior, Dominic hides a painful past. He feels the need to protect those around him, and bears extreme guilt when he believes that he’s failed them. Dominic’s height has been both a blessing and a curse during his time here, allowing him to help the Leebles with tasks that are just out of reach, but causing him to bump his head on the ceiling of their tiny huts far too often for his own good.