A mortal with a large hammer, hiding in Tulas' basement
Two Abyssal assassins
Final Breath of an Innocent Princess (possibly)
Irae, Chosen of Jupiter
Cathak Kirisen and Cathak Elora, warstrider pilots
Shoat of the Mire (definitely; she was killed by 3 simultaneous blows then her body was animated and sent back to the Army Of The Dead with a note pinned to it and a little timebomb hidden behind its back)
It strikes me that this party is disturbingly efficient at killing little girls.
Little girls could be enemys in disguise. Hence, kill all little girls. It's flawless logic. - Xarak
A totally innocent mortal family. Xarak accidently killed one, so he killed the rest so they didn't have to live with the loss
5000 hungry ghosts. They were blown up, shot, stabbed, ridden over, torn apart, eaten by zombies and sung at by Requiem, before attempting to swim the Laktem and being swept away by the suddenly restored current
5000 zombies. They were blown up, cut up, squished with a big hammer, shredded by sorcery, eaten by hungry ghosts before attempting to ford the Laktem and being swept away by the suddenly restored current
1100 mortal troops of Rubylak. They were slaughtered by undead due to poor tactics and not doing what Sebaal told them, then the scattered remainder were blown up when Se'ric blew up Moriko's Manse
1000 mortal troops of the Raven Legion. They made a series of daring counterattacks, held lines, made heroic last stands and generally died heroically, before the scattered remainder were blown up trying to hold Moriko's Manse against Walker in Darkness when it exploded
500 ghostly troops of the 30th Legion. They were killed in a spectacular, heroic and generally Stunt-laden fashion by the Dragon-Blooded and Solars, and blown up when Moriko's Manse went the way of all explosive buildings
Approximately 500 - 1000 civilians. Eaten by zombies and hungry ghosts that were swept onto rafts, drowned in the river, collapsing from exhaustion, hit by random arrows, and blown up when Moriko's Hearthstone exploded
Anyone actually keep count of the extras' casualties?
Yes! I was keeping a precise count throughout that session I'm not going to tell you what it is though. --Edith
Some camp undead catapults and their 20 or so ghostly guards
An Erythmanos, casually
Two massive six-armed, three-headed, shadowy Second Circle demons, one killed by the party, the other by the Sidereals
Final Breath of an Innocent Princess, eventually, with the aid of Rifu of Mars
Voulge of Slaughter, who found you can't parry attacks with a bow
Oh yes you can, you just have to have a sufficiently tough bow, and be good enough... -- Senji
Two of Walker in Darkness' three Abyssal bodyguards, without the aid of any kind of Charms
Goh died heroically defending the northern part of the city.
About 20 or so goths
50 ambushing bandits
A fey noble
10 tiger warriors
Air and Fire aspect immaculate monks with many of their mortal followers
Water aspect monk, offstage, by Ray
Even more of the civilian population of Rubylak when the breath was stolen from their lungs
Oberon and his 3 demonic minons assaulting Prince in the Falsehood's Manse
Prince in the Falsehood's army of ghosts, by demon or when his manse exploded
Ledaal Moriko when Tulas decided to take her revenge. Or so we thought, grrrr -- Xarak
Two air spirits and two spiky demons, in an attempt at Noir.
A random innocent village that didn't do anything to anyone. Apart from have a Solar Exalt in the middle of it.
First Rule of RPGs : No-one and nothing is innocent and harmless. All blacksmiths are master warriors, all maidens are sorceresses/witches, all villages have at least one person who can kill you in. -- Xarak