The Trojans are descended from Greeks, probably, but don’t tell them that. More on their geography later. For now! The main and supporting cast.
Hector, son of Priam, The Mightiest Warrior, husband to Andromache, father of Astyanax, actually has a brain and uses it too.
Priam, king of Troy, husband to Hecuba, father of Hector, Paris, Deiphobus, Cassandra, and gods know who else, kind, but not always useful.
Paris, son of Priam, brother to Hector (etc.), stealer of Helen, xenia-breaker (more on that later), causes All of the Problems.
Helen, ex-wife to Menelaus, lover of Paris, fairly useless as a character.
Aeneas, Trojan nobleman, son of Aphrodite, has his own epic, less whiney than Odysseus’, son of Aphrodite, supposedly founded the city of Rome… er, or begat the son who begat the son who did.
Andromache, wife of Hector, mother of Asytanax, actually has a personality, unlike Helen.
Astyanax, son of Hector and Andromache, not very important, but tiny and adorable.
Hecuba, wife of Priam, Queen of Troy, shows up in one of the Greek plays later.
Polydamas, friend to Hector, has good advice… that no one ever listens to. [And no… I don’t know what to say in response to how his character turned out.]
Antenor, nobleman, adviser to Priam, fathered many Trojan warriors, apparently, hates Helen.
Agenor, son of Antenor, warrior, attempts to fight Achilles, kind of important.
Glaucus, Lycian, ally to the Trojans, his dad knew Diomede’s dad, a bit dense.
Dolon, spies on Greek ships, not very important.
Pandarus, archer, Ruins Things.
Deiphobus, son of Priam and Hecuba, brother to Cassandra, also gift of prophecy
Cassandra, daughter of Priam, sister to Deiphobus, blessed with prophecy via Apollo
Polydorus, youngest son of Priam, brother to Hector, runs fast – but not fast enough.
Euphorbus, a fine Trojan warrior. Only moderately important.
There you have it! Your beautiful Trojans. Next time we will meet our Immortals.