In 2009 there were only male characters with text. Right now 60% of the characters are embodied by men and 40% by women.
Juan de Austria: Leader of the Christian League made up of the Pontifical State, Venice and Spain.
Alí Baja: Leader of the Turkish squad.
Miguel de Cervantes: Narrator. The author of Don Quixote de La Mancha participated in the battle of Lepanto where he lost his arm, hence the nickname of Lepanto manco.
Felipe II: King of Spain between 1556 and 1598.
Pope Pius V: Lord of the papal states between 1566 and 1572.
María La Bailaora: Malaga woman who participated in the battle of Lepanto.
Inés de Castilla: In 1615 he applied for the license of the Hermitage of Our Lady of the Rosary in the War Valley.
Catalina de Salazar: wife of Cervantes.
Andrea and Magdalena: sisters of Cervantes.