Wicket W. Warrick
The hero of these adventures, Wicket is a young and aspiring warrior, who's bravery and natural leadership abilities aide him in many quests on the forest moon of Endor.
Teebo is the Medicine Man Logray's accident prone apprentice. He is best friends with Wicket and has a romantic interest in Latara.
The younger sister of Teebo who desires acceptance into her brother's circle of friends, but usually ends up left with the Woklings.
An evil witch who hates Logray. She uses her magic in attempts to destroy the Ewoks.
Dulok Scout / Warrior
Dulok scouts carry out the hunting for their tribe and are often involved in attacks on Ewoks. Several of them have either an 'X' or and 'O' painted on their fur.
Logray's former apprentice who turned evil and was banished from the village. He tries to convert Logray's new apprentice Teebo to his side.
Large droids that accompanied Doctor Raygar to Endor in search of the sunstar. These droids are large enough to hold an Ewok in each pincher-like hand.
Unusual looking mouse droids were seen scurrying about the deck of Admiral Kazz's Star Destroyer.
Kneesaa is the daughter of Chief Chirpa. She accompanies her best friends Wicket, Latara and Teebo on many adventures.
Latara is Kneesaa's closest friend and the object of affection for Teebo. She has a talent for playing the flute.
Weechee is an Ewok warrior and older brother to Wicket. He once braved a Frosch's lair to collect eggs as a cure for his ailing father Deej.
An Ewok warrior who often shares in the adventures and mishaps of his younger friends.
The village elders are examples of wisdom and maturity. As advisors to Chief Chirpa, they help make decisions that will ensure peace and safety in their village.
Beings who ride huge, spider-like creatures. Some are in the service of Morag.
The bumbling Dulok Medicine Man whos attempts to destroy the Ewoks usually end up harming his own tribe.
Lady Gorneesh is the wife of King Gorneesh. She hates Ewoks, and has a terrible shrieking scream when she panics.
Zephee is the kindly mother of Latara and wife of Lumat.
A gigantic predatory beast with purple fur that lives on the forest moon of Endor.
Chukha-Trok is a brave wood-cutter who lives on his own in the forest away from the village. He helped rescue Wicket and Princess Kneesaa when they were attacked by wild beasts in their search for Kneesaa's lost sister Asha.
Admiral Kazz is the commanding officer of an Imperial Star Destroyer that has come to the moon of Endor in search of the sunstar. He is loyal to the Emperor and has an obvious dislike of Doctor Raygar.
The brave and wise leader of the Ewoks. Although his instructions are sometimes disobeyed by the young warrior in training Wicket, he has a growing respect for the adventurous youth.
The mother of Paploo and Aunt of Princess Kneesaa. Often annoyed at the antics of Wicket, she later expressed her gratitude to the young Ewok after he saved her soul tree from being burned in a forest fire.
An older brother of Wicket who loves to eat.
An Ewok whose shop was left in ruins due to an accident caused by a runaway Bordok.
Wisties, or Firefolk as they are sometimes called by the Ewoks, are tiny flying, glowing creatures that are led by Queen Izrina.
Deej is Wicket's father and is also one of the village elders.
Shodu is the mother of Weechee, Willy, Wicket and Winda Warrick.
Winda is the youngest child in the Warrick family. She is a big fan of tumblebunnies.
Erpham is the grandfather of Deej Warrick. During his lifetime, he built a battle wagon that he used to defend his tribe against the Duloks. Years after his death, Erpham's ghost appeared to Wicket to help him once again defeat the Duloks with the aid of the battle wagon.
Ra-Lee was the wife of Chief Chirpa. She was killed by a hanadak when her daughter Kneesaa was only an infant.
Wild Endor animals that raised Asha after being lost in the forest. Although usually dangerous for Ewoks, the corrinas would not attack Asha's friends.
Carnival Balloon Seller
A reptilian carnival worker that sold balloon-like creatures to woklings near Horville's Hut of Horrors.
The trainer at the popular tumblebunny show is a green skinned alien dressed in a yellow tumblebunny costume. Wicket despises his act.
Bilbob is a creature at Horville's Hut of Horrors who is said to have the ability to tell the future.
An Imperial agent who has been sent to Endor to capture the sunstar and bring it to the Emperor. He secretly plots to use the sunstar himself to overthrow the Emperor.
An old Ewok Medicine Man, Logray's wisdom and magic are used to avert all kinds of crises on the moon of Endor.
Woklings are Ewok children who have not yet received their hoods; a mark of coming of age.
Baga is a Bordok belonging to Princess Kneesaa.
The cruel but not overly clever leader of the Duloks. His goal is to rid the forest of Chief Chirpa's Ewok tribe.
Lumat is the strict father of care-free Latara.
This beautiful and magical creature that Wicket, Kneesaa, Latara and Teebo discovered in a cave was actually the evil witch Morag in disguise.
Asha is the eldest daughter of Chief Chirpa and sister of Princess Kneesaa. She was lost in the forest and presumed dead after her mother was killed by a hanadak. After being raised by corrinas for many years, she was found by Wicket, Kneesaa and Chukha-Trok, and was reunited with her father.
A frightening looking alien who operates Horville's Hut of Horrors, a popular amusement for Ewoks.
An attractive female Ewok who shows great promise as she trains to be a warrior. Wicket is very attracted to Chirita and attempts to impress her.
PD-28 is a small droid that had been stolen from it's owner by Doctor Raygar and is now in Imperial service. Disliking his current master, he helps the Ewoks defeat Raygar. PD-28 speaks in both chirps and basic.
Damaged Protocol Droid
This droid was seen on Admiral Kazz's Star Destroyer being carried on a conveyor belt to a smelter to be recycled.