Laguna – One of the ten Houses of Nua Verden. (See also Houses)
Lamu Archipelago, Kenya – A tourist area in Kenya known for its mangrove forests. The workplace of Hiari White.
Larak – A desert-dwelling creature. Birdlike in appearance, the Larak has an extendable neck that allows it to snatch carrion meat away from other predators from a safe distance. The Valang believe the animals bring omens.
LARP – Live Action Role Play, an activity that Gabriel Sorensen and his friends enjoy. They play in the fictional locale of Ironblade Crossing near the Lake Laberge Reservation in the Yukon Territory. (See Researching Reality for more information)
Leif – A miller's apprentice from House Pavilium and student at the Academy.
li'Bragh – A gru'Esh of the po'Esh clan. Imaginative and clever, it becomes friends with Gabriel Sorensen and also goes by "Libra." Its best friend is Lyphus. (See also Lyphus)
Lomarr – A Valang Unionist agent. (See also Unionism)
London, England – The home of Callum Swift.
Lo'prog'mak – A bustling city on the Plains, on the crossroads of two major trade routes.
Loquant – An officer of the Vox, not assigned a unit, they work on patrol around the city.
Lord Regent – The head of the Circle of Barons and elected leader of Nua Verden.
Los Angeles, USA – The home of Jingwei Li and Hunter Wells.
Loyalism – One side of the Valang Schism. After the Second Battle of Barricade, the Valang collapsed into a Civil War over the issue of re-joining the Tranthaean world or removing themselves from all contact. Loyalists favoured the former. (See also Valang Schism)
Lucine Andonian – A young Lady of House Voxeter, a true social butterfly and acquaintance of Genevieve Tosetti.
Luke Brandol – A middle-aged Human/Daevyn descendant of Joanna Brandol, the infamous bandit. (See also, Joanna Brandol)
Lynus - An Aru Elen medico who joins the Daevyn and assists in governing Ysylum. (See also Ysylum)
Lyphus – A young Aru Elen. A real goofball and pralomar addict, it becomes friends with Gabriel Sorensen. Its best friend is li'Bragh. (See also li'Bragh and Pralomar)