Characters: Clark Kallen And His Merry Band
The character sheet of the Fire Emblem based role-play, Clark Kallen and his Merry Band.
The Merry Band
Clark Kallen"I was going to let you live. Too bad, eh?"A ruthless mercenary with an unknown origin, Clark is the leader of the titular merry band. Although he received his position at the beginning of the story, his actions and behavior suggest that he has had experience commanding men before. His swordsmanship is fearsome, but Clark keeps a variety of other tricks up his sleeve, and he has been known to employ magic vials and poison. His penchant for brutal victories has pushed him to the boundary of being a Villain Protagonist.
- Cruel Mercy (Clark severely injures the arm Uko uses to fight, taking the morale out of the rebellion in Chapter Two.)
- Heroes Want Redheads (His relationship with Serena seems to be going in this direction.)
- Perfect Poison
- Throwing Your Sword Always Works (Though it's only a diversion.)
- Unflinching Walk (Well, technically flight.)
- Villain Protagonist (Toes the line between Anti-Hero and this.)Clark: You have a point Klebosk. She is just a wench. However...*slits girl's throat*Clark: ...I would kill her. And now, I'm going to kill you.
- What the Hell, Hero? (Somehow, Jael used this on him and it worked.)
Serena Einsheart"We are Clark Kallen and his merry band of mercenaries! Surrender yourself now unless you wish to be blood upon my blade!"An extremely enthusiastic girl wielding a sword she calls the Delphinus, Serena takes a happy-go-lucky approach to mercenary work. Has a strong sense of justice, but understands that survival comes first.
- Badass Boast (See her quote; also counts as a Title Drop.)
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer (Rarely serious, but she can hold her own.)
- Cute Bruiser
- Genki Girl (And how.)
Weyler Ulbran"Money's a nice incentive, but I consider you enough of a friend to go without it."A silver-haired mage with incredible control over all branches of magic, Weyler is the team's primary offensive magic-user, though he has been know to heal as well. Weyler is less concerned about how the part goes about doing their jobs, as long as it is for a good cause.
- Fire, Ice, Lightning (Weyler quickly progresses to being able to use all three types of magic.)
- Squishy Wizard (Averted.)
- Statistically speaking, Weyler has more physical defense than half the cast.
- Barrier Warrior (His special skill, Wonderwall, grants him this ability.)
Mikalas "Myke" IenthiAlright, I guess you do have a right to know. I'll warn you now, though, it's not the most believable of stories. I'm not from Elibe, and neither is the man I'm after. For that matter, neither are Lilane and Emysia. We're all from another world- we used to call it Langras."A young swordsman from another world called Langras, who arrived in Elibe while trying to escape the clutches of the Graael Order. He chanced upon the band while they were on their first job, and since worming his way into the group has become a valued member; his age being somewhat offset by prodigious skills (though how these skills were accquired is unknown; he seems to have lived a relatively peaceful life in the time between his flight from Langras and joining the band).
- Curb-Stomp Battle (Against Alan in Chapter Six. Vassarin didn't put up a big fight in Chapter Four, either.)
- And now on the receiving end of one, courtesy of Kajan.
- Doomed Hometown (It was doomed two years ago.)
- Heroes Prefer Swords
- Kid Hero (One of the older examples, though a fair bit mature than most.)
- Knight In Shining Armour
- Leave Him to Me (Against Vassarin.)
- No Name Given (Only ever referred to as Myke, outside of one conversation he wasn't in. Word of God is the only source of his surname.)
- The Hero (Particularly for the Langras Four Person Band.)
- Worthy Opponent (To some, notably Ognus.)
- The Chick (Particularly for the Langras Four Person Band.)
- Damsel in Distress (Very initially, though the rescue is offscreen.)
- Doomed Hometown (It was doomed two years ago.)
- Healing Hands
- No Name Given (Again, the surname is purely Word of God.)
- Satellite Character (Orbiting Myke.)
- White Magician Girl (In alleged personality, to Emysia's Black Magician Girl.)
- Black Magician Girl (to Lilane's White Magician Girl.)
- Defector from Decadence (Defected from the Graael Order for Lilane's sake.)
- Forgot About the Mind Reader (Invoked this in Tookie.)
- Doomed Hometown (It was doomed two years ago.)
- The Lancer/The Smart Guy (For the Langras Four Person Band, anyway.)
"Tookie""You can call me Tookie, since everybody else does. If that sounds as ridiculous to you as it does to me, my real name is Michael."An enigma; a boy from a world completely different to Elibe and Langras, though seeming to have a role to play in their futures. He enlisted with the group rather unofficially, first fighting alongside them during Myke's assault on the Graael Order's fledgeling Elibe base, where the Order soon saw his more malicious side. Staying with the mercenaries due to what seemed to be his role, he's established himself as... well, not the nicest of people most of the time.
- An Axe to Grind (At the moment; he looks set to drop this in favour of a BFS though.)
- Author Avatar/Write Who You Know (A fairly shameless one on the real Tookie's part. However, he was initially just going to be a Joke Character on the battling and pvp side of the site for the real Tookie's amusement, but got worked into the roleplay anyway.)
- Berserk Button (Innocents. Get innocent people caught up in the fighting, and he will not be happy. Hasn't yet descended into Unstoppable Rage, though.)
- Don't interrupt his sleep, either.
- The Big Guy (Particularly for the Langras Four Person Band, despite not being from Langras. A Big Guy in general, as well.)
- Curb-Stomp Battle (Usually on the receiving end.)
- Determinator (A fledgeling one, as noted by Griez.)
- Fish out Of Temporal water (A rare example of the fish trying to blend in.)
- Forgot About the Mind Reader (Emysia invokes this in him.)
- Genre Savvy (Sees the glowing symbols on Jael's golems as the weak point. Whether this extends to other areas is unknown as of yet.)
- Recent events have his knowledge of Fire Emblem coming into play enough to know exactly what the Bernese Wyvern Knights mean for the band.
- Godwin's Law (He mentally invokes it.)
- Hearing Voices (Beginning to. He and the voices don't really get along.)
- The source of the voice seeming to be a Sealed Evil in a Can may have something to do with that.
- Heroes Prefer Swords (He looks likely to fall into this soon, though how heroic he is at the moment is debatable.)
- Idiot Hero (When he's not just being a sociopath, he has his heroic moments... sometimes. Sadly, when it comes to anything involving knowledge of Elibian customs and their way of life (unless it's something he would remember from the games), he comes off as a bit silly.)
- Kid Hero (Though how far you use the term "Hero" is currently up for debate.)
- Oh Crap! (Between Boar and the Bern Army, this is becoming his favourite phrase.)
- No Name Given (Like Myke, only referred to within the group as Tookie, though the villains all seem to know him by his real name.)
- Sociopathic Hero (Paraphrases of his parts in Chapters 4 to 6: "Hey, you got blood on my shirt! Die!" "Get up, you idiot! * Groin Attack*" "... Stop bleeding on the floor, dammit!". Rather jarring, when you consider he's a fairly nice guy outside of fights, and even wanted to know why he was carving a path through the Graael Order once all was said and done.
XEQA towering figure clothed in black and shrouded in mystery, XEQ has proved time and time again on the battlefield that he is a valuable asset to the team. Unfortunately, off the battlefield, his actions are...less than commendable. His complete silence makes it hard to figure out what he's thinking. In Chapter Seven, we find out what he really is, but Clark insists on keeping him around.
- An Axe to Grind (His weapon of choice)
- The Big Guy (Though not in a Five-Man Band.)
- Jerkass Face Turn
- Mighty Glacier
- Sarcastic Devotee/Hypercompetent Sidekick (Was these to Van.)
- Spikes of Villainy (Inverted.)
- Blade on a Stick (His weapon of choice.)
- Big "NO!" (Mental big "FUUUUUUUUUUU—", on realising just who Vergant is.)
- Money, Dear Boy (Why he does anything.)
- Blow You Away
- Friendly Enemy/Punch Clock Villain (He's only been doing his job as part of the Order, and is genuinely concerned about Myke and the band.
- Heel-Face Turn
- An Axe to Grind
- Big Eater (He's constantly eating rolls.)
- Disproportionate Retribution
- Team Dad
- The Rival (For Clark.)
- Knife Nut (He juggles them in battle.)
- Let's Fight Like Gentlemen (In Chapter Eight.)
- Weak, but Skilled (Without his personal weapon, he's not very strong.)
- Worthy Opponent (To Myke.)
- Black Magician Girl
- Kill it with Fire
- Psycho for Hire
- It's fairly mild at first...but then Chapter Eight happened...
- Only Sane Man (Seems to be this for the Fury.)
- Smitten Teenage Girl (With an ever-changing target, to boot. So far we've seen Lou and Brannan, with possible others.)
- Team Mom (Odd in that she's the youngest.)
- Friendly Sniper
- Nigh-Invulnerability (Thanks to his Healing Factor, that is.)
- Training from Hell (Recens can recover from any injury, but the pain can still distract him. To fix this, he spends his mornings repeatedly breaking his bones until his pain receptors can barely function.)
Brannan De Caliphar"I don't think it's unreasonable for someone to enjoy himself here and there in a profession of his choosing."Standing taller than all of the cast but XEQ, Brannan is an intimidating man with swordsmanship to match. He fled to Karaisali after being wrongly accused of rape and murder, and has joined the ranks of the Fury as its newest member. His fighting style is a mixed bag of techniques that are both unpredictable and extremely effective. This extends into his personality, as Brannan is very pragmatic and efficient.
- Clear My Name
- Dual Wielding
- Hero Antagonist/Villain Protagonist (The story could just as easily be told from his point of view instead of Clark's. By the same token, however, Brannan does have a bit of a cruel streak, though he's not quite as unrestrained as Clark or as sadistic as Jane.)
- Not So Different (Invokes this on Recens.)
- Amusingly, there are parallels that can be drawn between Brannan and Clark.
- Warrior Therapist
The Graael Order
- The Brute
- Dual Boss (Chapter 4, with Relus.)
- Duel Boss (Sort of, against Myke.)
- Leave Him to Me (Against Myke.)
- You Doomed My Hometown (Myke, again.)
- Dark Is Edgy ( Much worse than Alkaan.)