Some of it, I think is a little impractical (though, also, it isn't I think intended to be entirely serious). For imagineers without much time, the recommendations (if I understand them correctly) are to spend ((5+10)x6)+(5x5) minutes making up characters, 6 days a week. That's basically two hours a day just rolling up characters.
I know there's absolutely no way I have that kind of time. But I did about 15 minutes on Sunday, and may manage some more tonight.
These will all become NPCs, though when I'm going to be able to have another game I really don't know.
Worked in the docks as a porter. Clumsy but tough, he has a shaved head and tattooed face.
Bookish rather than imposing, she always caries a lamp to symbolise the enlightenment she brings.
Otherwise gregarious and affable, this dwarf has taken a vow to speak as little as possible. Her quiet generosity however wins hearts and minds.
This bearded fellow looks very striking in a long yellow tunic and purple cloak.
This charming rogue wears a many-coloured scarf at all times. At times, it serves as a mask when he is engaged in his audacious robberies.
This Hobbit’s nose is rather long, and he has taken to decorating it with small gold hooped nose-rings.
Stick-thin, this MU always appears in public surrounded by clouds of incense, which he insists help with his rituals.