Played by Rodney ThompsonImportant Information
- Deva avenger
- Was an eladrin in his previous life, raised by Aiven Niri in Tyrak'n
- Had one of his eyes ripped out by priests of Tiamat, and replaced with an evil magic item called the eye of vengeance
- Vargas was once an eladrin wizard, apprenticed to and raised by Aiven Niri. Vargas' surname, Sirothien, hints at a family he never knew.
- Vargas was slain while trying to drive off an orc incursion into Tyrak'n. However, the Raven Queen saw fit to reincarnate him as a deva, giving him knowledge of not only his life as Vargas, but also of many past lives.
- Vargas lost many of his memories of his life as an eladrin on Tyrak'n, but has slowly been recovering them. As he unlocks his memories, he is likewise recovering everything Aiven taught him about arcane magic.
- Reborn as a deva, Vargas has taken on the mantle of the White Assassin, seeing himself as the blade of the Raven Queen. He cuts where she directs, and does not question those she sets in his path, just as the sword does not question its wielder.
- Vargas uses a combination of stealth, trickery, and arcane magic to make sure his enemies never see him coming. As he recovers more of his memories of Aiven's teachings, he grows even more deadly and difficult to pin down.
- Vargas agreed to leave Tyrak'n to protect it, and his mentor, from anyone that would want to hurt the town to get to Vargas. Likewise, Vargas believes that the island, and maybe the rest of the world, must be protected from the Shan Qabal.
- Vargas also believes that the Raven Queen has sent him back for some greater purpose, and that when he fulfills that purpose he will be rewarded by the Raven Queen by being reborn as the eladrin he once was.
- Vargas' greatest qualities are his loyalty to his friends and to Tyrak'n, his relentless desire to return to his former life, and the strength of his convictions.
- Vargas' worst qualities are the blindness with which he pursues the targets of his vengeance, his willingness to use violence as a solution, and the loss of his once-wry sense of humor (burned out of him by repeated assaults and tragedies, including his death and the loss of his eye).
- Vargas believes that the Shan Qabal must be brought to its knees, or eradicated, to pay for what it has done to his friends (and to Vargas himself, though this is of secondary concern). They are who he believes to be his greatest enemy.