Other Names: Kumbayana
Family: He has a wife: Dewi Krepi and a Son: Aswatama
Title/Position(s): Hindu Priest of Soka Lima
Appears in these lakon (stories): Mahabharata – Kumbayana Ngejawa, Pendadaran Soka Lima, Pandhawa Timbang, Bharatayuda Jaya Binangun.
Other information: Druna is killed in the Bharatayuda Jaya Binangun war by Thrustha Jumena.
Family: Son of Bathara Guru. He has a wife Bathari Saraswati. He has two sons: Raden Bremana and Raden Bremani.
Title/Position(s): God of Arga Dahana and Commanding General of Jonggring Saloka
Appears in these lakon (stories): Javanese stories – Pikukuhan, Mahabharata – Suteja Takon Bapa, Pandhu Banjut, Wisanggeni Lahir, Wisanggeni Krama.
Other information: Bathara Brahma is god of fire.
Other Names: Kaneka Putra, Narada.
Family: Son of Bathara Catur Kenaka. He has an older sister: Bathari Luhwati.
Title/Position(s): God of Sidik Pangudal-udal.
Appears in these lakon (stories): Javanese stories – Pikukuhan, Ramayana, Mahabharata and Madya.
Other Names: Cekruk Truna
Title/Position(s): Soldier of Kingdom
Appears in these lakon (stories): Mahabharata, Ramayana or Javanese story.
Other information: He serves as an animal catcher. Sarapada comes out during the Budhalan scene. When the soldiers are attacked by wild animals, usually a tiger, Sarapada tries to capture the animal alive to be kept in the kingdom’s zoo. He is very agile and acrobatic in capturing the animal.
Name: Kunthi Talibrata
Other names: Dewi Prita
Family: Wife of Pandhu Dewanata. She has three sons: Puntadewa, Werkudara and Janaka.
Title/Position(s): Queen of Astina.
Appears in these lakon (stories): Mahabharata – Alap-alapan Kunthi, Pandhawa Lahir, Gandamana Luweng, Babat Alas Wisamarta, Jumenengan Puntadewa, Bharatayuda Jaya Binangun, Kunthi Muksa.
Other information: Kunthi is Queen of Astina when her husband (Pandhu Dewanata) becomes King of Astina.
Bayu, God of Wind
Other names: Bathara Bayu
Family: Son of Bathara Guru and Bathari Umayi
Title/Position(s): God of Kahyangan Arga Maruta
Appears in these lakon (stories): Ramayana – Anoman Lair, Mahabharata – Pandhawa Lair.
Other information: He is God of Wind.