Harys Hatchis, the slick, boisterous spell-slinger who’s single-handedly responsible for most of the posters, handbills, and leaflets dotting the Cage, is one of the best-known businessmen in Sigil. Below are his statistics in Pathfinder Roleplaying Game format.
Bariaur as a player character race for Pathfinder Planescape.
Rogue modron as a player character race for Pathfinder Planescape. Build your own Nodrom!
Githzerai as a player character race for Pathfinder Planescape.
Cambions have always occupied a unique place in Planescape. Although they’re considered “lesser” tanar’ri – only one step above dretches and manes – they play quite prominent roles in several Planescape adventures, and one cambion – Ely Cromlich – is the number two guy in the Doomguard.
The factols of Sigil’s 15 factions (or high-ups for factions without factols), based on their descriptions and statistics from The Factol’s Manifesto, in Pathfinder Roleplaying Game format.
Luthien Anwamane was an NPC that the characters frequently encountered in my long-running Planescape campaign. He was, for all intents and purposes, a fence for the PCs to sell their loot too, and who could procure magic items for them, given time.