I thought I’d do some more writing.
The story is centred around three main characters, the same ones I listed in my previous post.
Princess Wilfhilda de Bahum, the second child of the King of Bahum, is a feisty lady, who isn’t afraid to speak her mind. She knows how to handle a blade, and is able to cast spells with ease. As a dragonkin, a child of dragons, she is stronger than the normal human. She isn’t happy with living her life in the castle. She’s never left the castle district, as the King deems it too unsafe for his children to leave. There are many people in Bahum who still hold grudges against the Royal Family in regards to the eradication of the Dragons, especially outside the royal city.
Rohe Ashcroft, a Healer of Light, is a Genganian orphan, brought up in Thigl. When it was found she was a manipulator of magical-essence, she was taken to the Grand Church in Aurora, and made to become a Healer. She excelled in the art of Healing, and enjoyed the gift that she was given, even if Thiglians were suspicious of magic. She found it difficult being a Genganian in Thigl, as the Thiglians hold prejudice as Gengaia, as it does not worship Light. At the age of 16, Rohe went on her pilgrimage to the land of Phoen, where she travelled around the country, helping those in need. A few days before her 18th birthday, Rohe spent the night at a beach, strolling along the shores. She found Garth Adaway and Foster Blewitt along the shore, and ended up missing her return ship to Thigl, so she had time to Heal them back to health.
Garth Adaway, the leader of the lower class resistant group ‘Trean’, spends the majority of his time with Foster and Amena Blewitt. They plan to bring equality and safety to the classes in Heafret, but there is fighting inside the group. Foster and Garth prefer more direct action, even if that means assaulting and attacking the Uppers, while Amena believes more peaceful approaches can show that the Lowies are not the savages the Uppers think they are.
In the game, the characters do not have a strict class that they have to stick to, so Rohe can potentially be the dual-sword-wielding DPS character if that’s what she trains in. However, the characters are suited to a particular class that resembles them. Rohe is obviously meant to be a Healer (but can also do well as a support/attack mage). Garth is a fighter, but can also be a good geomancer, who focuses on earth. Wilfhilda can be either a fighter and/or a mage, and excels at both.
There are, of course, numerous other support characters. Wilfhilda is followed by her personal guard: Macen Lambert, and meets up with her possible fiance: Lord Bowen. Rohe meets the rogue magician Eileen, who is also investigating the cult of D herself. Garth has Foster and Amena. The Summoner Kaira, the Healer Noah, and the Beaxoren Hunter Axoria also make their appearances.