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The Player (Soul Sacrifice)
- Made a Slave: Though it's less a slave, more a sacrificial offering.
- Stable Time Loop: Implied in the sacrifice ending. Caught in a nasty one. Namely, he's the Sorcerer who will become Magusar. He will sacrifice Magusar, and resurrect the world. Unfortunately, the corruption of Magusar will then affect him, and he will take on the identity of Magusar. Which leads to the events that occur in the game.
The Player (Soul Sacrifice Delta)
- All Just a Dream: No matter which ending is chosen from Soul Sacrifice, the beginning of Delta reveals that it was just a dream the player had. Librom asks about it.
- Meaningful Name: Doubly so. Ceryx Camlann. Ceryx was a Greek Demigod, the son of Hermes who served as a messenger of the gods. Camlann was one of the most important battles in the King Arthur Mythos. Perhaps more importantly, the very fact that he has a name shows that he is not the Nameless Sorcerer, suggesting that the world is finally starting to break free of the Eternal Recurrence.
- Limit Break: The Sorcerer can unleash the Black Rites when he's low on health.
- Nuke 'em with Fire: Infernus hits everyone on the map, at your skin's expense, halving your defense.
- Chain Pain: The Gleipnir rite summons a bony chain by ripping off the right arm, useful to restrain an Archfiend. However the sigils you carved in your right arm will stop being effective.
- Taken for Granite: Gouging out one of your own eyes, by the Gorgon rite, grants you petrifying beams shot from levitating eyes. Your vision will suffer from it, though.
- The Blacksmith: The Vulcan rite, outside of healing everyone within range and sending shockwaves, allow your allies to gain swords made out of your soul. The lack of an heart will reduce your health by half.
- Big Fucking Sword: The Excalibur rite summons a giant sword that hits one enemy For Massive Damage. Like Vulcan, it requires your heart. Unlike Vulcan, however, the side effect is a gradual loss of health. What else did you expect taking that kind of sword from your mouth?
- Storm of Blades: If you're willing to sacrifice your partner, the Gungnir rite will rain down bony spine-like spears from the sky. Sure, your partner won't be actively fighting anymore, but he will have better rewards and will be able to see someone's exact health bar.
- In Delta, each faction got their own version of this rite: Grim got Yggdrasil and Sanctuarium has Angelus.
- Blow You Away: The Berserker rite, at the price of the brain (thus rendering you unable to distinguish your offerings), can lure everyone towards you and blow them away.
- Light 'em Up: The Angelus rite uses your bones to summon wings. Said wings pierce through enemies and heal allies. However, you lose your ability to evade and your movement is reduced.
- In Delta, however, it has been replaced by Caduceus, Lucifer and Sylphid. Angelus is now triggered the same way as Gungnir: sacrificing a fellow Sanctuarium sorcerer.
- Everything's Better with Spinning / This Is a Drill: Replacing Angelus as the leg-crippling Black Rite, Caduceus, Lucifer and Sylphid gives you wings and allows you to attack an archfiend by spinning on it akin to a drill. The same side-effect applies (reduced movement and inability to dodge), but depending on which variant you chose:
- Lucifer makes cursed parts more vulnerable;
- Caduceus allows players to damage archfiends with healing spells;
- Sylphid makes foes vulnerable to aliments.
- Weapon of Choice: Outside of the swords and the axes from the aptly-named weapon offerings, the available offerings include, but not limited to, projectiles, fists, shields, armors, blood sprays...
- Reader Avatar: The means by which the player experiences the memories contained within Librom.
- Sanity Slippage: He begins growing increasigly bloodthirsty after sacrificing Sortiara. Sacrificing Illecebra cures him of this.
Avalon as a whole
Librom Geoffery Librom
A strange sentient tome that appears to be made of flesh, with eyes and a mouth on the front "cover". Within him is the secrets of what happened in the past and the means to defeat Magusar. The tale contained within Librom's pages were actually a depiction his own life. His real name was Geoffery Librom, and he was a sorcerer of Avalon who partnered with Magusar.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's very rude and abrasive to the player, but is still doing everything in his power to save them. He becomes nicer as the story goes on.
- Narrator All Along: Made obvious in the postscript.
- True Companions: With Magusar.
- Passing the Torch: The protagonist absorbs all of Librom's memories and powers before fighting Magusar. This is taken even further in the savior ending where the protagonist literally becomes another Librom.
- Walking Spoiler: All we can safely say is he's a talking book.
- Body Horror: The right side of his body is covered in roots, he's unhealthily pale, he's scratched at his chest enough to keep it raw and bleeding.
- Character Tic: He scratches at his chest.
- Emotionless Boy: He looks like this at first but it is ultimately subverted.
- Green Thumb: If his right arm and his spells aren't a dead giveaway...
- Parental Abandonment: He was abandoned in the woods by his parents, possibly for being a sorcerer.
- Raised By A Tree Monster
- Self-Made Orphan: He sacrificed the monster who had been raising him when it suddenly attacked him. The guilt of doing such an act constantly causes him to scratch his chest over and over again...
- Blade on a Stick: As of Delta, he packs three spear offerings, one of fire, ice and lightning.
- Expy: Of Lancelot. He's also named as such in the Japanese version.
- Magic Knight: In looks. In the original game, most of his spells involves him summoning a sword or an axe, completed with an armor spell.
- The Starscream: His goal was to bring down the kingdom in retaliation for the king killing his parents.
The leader of Avalon. Well, the title given to the current leader. The founder and original one became the archfiend Odin
- Badass Grandpa: The 13th Peraspius, Avalon's current leader.
- Blade on a Stick: Odin favors the spear.
- Good Old Fisticuffs: The 13th favors Arm offerings.
- Legacy Character: There are two Peraspius in the game: the 13th one (that you can bring with on pacts) and the original Peraspius who became the archfiend Odin.
- Meaningful Name: Odin is the Norse God of knowledge. Peraspius the First's thirst of knowledge is what made him an archfiend.
- Norse Mythology
- Red Herring: In the story, it is told that the Ars Magica is a grimoire. Grim's story The End Begins reveals that the Ars Magica is Peraspius himself. He knows every spell, but if he wants to learn a new thing, he must forget something that he already knows.
- Spell Book: His encyclopedia, Ars Magica, contains information about every spell that has been cast. The player can access it by Librom.
- You Sacrifice It, You Bought It: Essentially how each Peraspius succeed to each other: the new leader sacrifices his predecessor and takes all of his knowledge in the process.
The Reaper Sceletum
- The Silent One: He doesn't speak. Until the narrator found out about his identity when he got hit by a monster.
- Suicide by Sorcerer: What he attempted to do when the narrator had him unmasked. When that failed, he decided to seek the Chalice.
Sanctuarium as a whole
- Create Your Own Villain: The reason why Sanctuarium was founded? It's leader nearly got sacrificed by a panicked sorcerer.
- Defector from Decadence: Many of the Sorcerors, if they don't choose the Order of Grim, become this considering Avalon's ways.
- Heavenly Blue: Over their white clothes.
- The Atoner: Some Sorcerors' reasons for their Defection is because they understand to an extent what their actions brought them.
- The Heretic: In Avalon's eyes for their refusal to sacrifice archfiends.
- White Mage: A literal example as their members wear white and blue.
A sorceress who seeks to pass the Ordeal, as to join with the sect Sanctuarium. It's eventually revealed that she is Lenixion, the leader of Sanctuarium.
A sorcerer of Avalon who works as a sorcerer hunter. Despite this, he appears dressed in the white and blue colors of Sanctuarium. Appears in Soul Sacrifice Delta
- An Arm and a Leg: He's got a hook for a left hand and an artificial leg from his left knee down.
- Body Horror: He looks worse off than Galahad.◊
- Bloody Murder: He uses a melee blood offering as a primary means to attack.
- Hook Hand: He has a hook where his left hand used to be.
- Irony: A member of an organisation who is all about salvation with a Dark Arm. Excusable since he used to kill sorcerers who violated the Sorcerer's Code for Avalon.
- Mage Killer: His function when he was in Avalon.
A member of Sanctuarium. He appears in Soul Sacrifice Delta.
- Blade on a Stick: He primarily fights with a spear offering.
- Curse: After sacrificing the love of his life at her own behest, her deep love of him transferred to his arm, causing him to quite literally fall in love with himself.
- In the Hood
Order of Grim
The Order of Grim as a Whole
- An Ice Person: Her offensive spells are all of the Frost Element And when she turns into an Archfiend all of her attacks carry the same element
- [[Spoiler:Go Mad from the Revelation: After Librom forces her to realize the folly of her plan to save the world she transforms into an Archfiend.]]
- Stripperific: Her outfit can be described as a bikini paired with a trench coat
Red Hood Similia
A heavy-set sorcerer who is seemingly obsessed with money. He has a younger sister who will appear in Soul Sacrifice Delta
- Acrofatic: For someone so heavyset, he's surprisingly agile.
- Bling of War: His right arm, shoulder, leg, and the right side of his face is covered in gold. Even all of his teeth are gold!
- Handicapped Badass: He lacks an eye and an ear who went to Vidiara and Aurex, respectively. That doesn't affect him in the slightest.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He is actually trying to earn money for the family of his friend, who got turned into a monster.
- Delta further reveals that he uses the influence and money he gets from his business to help the poor, and refuses to extort or deceive those who can't afford to be tricked or taken advantage of by him — he's horrified and outraged when a poor person comes to his shop, not because he doesn't want to help him, but because he could have ended up extorting him by mistake, though to keep up appearances he does pretend he's outraged to deal with a filthy beggar who can't afford his products or services.
- Taken to it's logical extreme when Sanctuarium, of all organizations, sent someone to recruit him due to his deeds. The envoy left empty-handed.
The younger sister of Carnatux. She shares his love of money, and is completely loyal to him. Appears in Soul Sacrifice Delta
- Bling of War: Just like her brother, her sorcerer's markings are covered in gold and gems.
- Eye Scream: Twice. To the point the only eye she currently has was originally Carnatux's.
A former Avalon sorcerer.
- Token Romalus: The only one in the Bazaar that can't use sorcery.
Illecebra (Morgan le Fay)
A sorcerer who is rumored to have made thousands of sacrifices. Appears in Soul Sacrifice Delta
Archfiends and monsters
Tropes That Apply To All
- Asshole Victim: Quite a few deserve to be killed. The rest...
- Attack Its Weak Point: Every Archfiend has a "Cursed Part", an item or portion of themselves that was crucial to the deal they made with the chalice. (For example, the Cyclops's is the weapon he carries, while Leviathan's is the body of its original self in the castle on its back.) Dealing enough damage to this part "breaks" it, rewarding you with an extra Offering related to the Archfiend after the battle.
- In Delta, some of these parts are purple "Ill-Cursed Parts", while fewer then the traditional Cursed Parts (indicated by Red), work out the same way. In both cases, taking out Cursed Parts benefits you in some way. Note that the Guest Fighter Archfiends (Chthonian Fiend, Abyssal Fiend, Dionaea and Marduk)' Cursed Parts are about the same spots you'd expect in their Source World
- The Corrupted: Either by sorcery or the Grail.
- What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Played with. It's pointed out that no matter how monstrous they've become, killing Archfiends is still murder.
Former rats mutated by magically-enhanced poison bait following a mass outbreak of plague.
Mutated cats that absorbed residual magic to combat goblins. Their boldness grew greater, and they turned against their former human masters.
Trees which were mutated by residual magic. As they grow in wisdom, they grow more cowardly, to the point of fleeing to the ends of the earth to avoid death.
Mutated crows that were transformed by eating the flesh of dead sorcerers.
The Fruit Spider
Mutated spiders that seek constant food supplies, growing false fruits on their bodies to lure prey in.
Bees that have mutated due to magic, who overthrew the queen bee.
Rabbits transformed by magic, their ears growing into hand-like limbs.
Snails transformed by magic, their shells turning into treasure chests.
- Metal Slime: They won't bolt it, but they're VERY unlikely to show up in any Pact (even with a Rumor that lets you try to fudge the odds), but they do grant great XP if the Sorceror finds the guy by some miracle.
The only child of a renowned knight who only sought her father's approval. She became a knight, hoping to gain her father's love by becoming the son he never had. Despite her skill, the disparity of strength between her and her male opponents made her fall into despair. She sacrificed her beauty to the Chalice to double and redouble her skill, becoming a literal dynamo in the process. After hearing that her father died on the battlefield, she sought to become the greatest knight in the world, that her glory would reach her deceased father on earth or in heaven.
A swordsman from a severely impoverish land, he became a mercenary to provide for his family. Born with superhuman dexterous hands, he developed his "Sword-Juggling Style", eventually becoming infamous enough to cause soldiers to flee in fear from him. A scheming general, hoping to defeat the swordsman, bribed a comrade-in-arms of the swordsman to poison his evening meal. After three days and nights of agony, he survived at the expense of his arms and legs becoming crippled. He quickly fell into despair, as his reason for fighting had changed from providing for his family to perfecting his technique. The Chalice appeared before him as he was about to throw himself into the sea. He sacrificed the family he once cared for in return for the technique he lost. Snake-like appendages erupted from his stomach, turning his technique into the "Nine Sword Juggling" style.
A boastful warrior whose skills didn't live up to the words. When word got out that he'd fled from a battle, his home town turned against him. He moved to a smaller village, telling story after story of his skills, his favorite being of the time he slew a troll in single combat. Then a mighty warrior arrived, and saw through all of his tales. As the braggart tried to find a way to escape being thrashed, the chalice appeared...
A noblemen who refused to do anything for himself. Even as his lands were striken with disaster and his servents abandoned him he couldn't swallow his pride and do things for himself. His manor and his health lay in ruins, and at the brink of death the chalice appeared before him. The Aristocrat wished for servants so the flies that lived in his manor came to his need. He became the lord of the flies, no longer needed to take care of himself.
Musicians of Bremen
An old chorus singer who lost his voice and mind to age. Abandoned by his family left only with his mule which he thought to be his son. The old man couldn't even hear the chalice's offer but the mule could. The mule sacrificed itself to repay his "father" for his love so that he could be happy. The mule man attracted crowds to listen to his music and adopted a dog as his "son". But the people left and more sacrifices were made, the man's sons, a dog,a cat, and a rooster. He became so monstrous that the people fled leaving the old man to wander hoping to find someone to listen to his song.
A former blacksmith whose crude weapons were seen as inferior to the more elaborate and refined arms forged by a younger blacksmith. No matter how hard he worked, his weapons were always passed over in favor of the younger man's. He seethed, convinced that the "pretty" works of the younger blacksmith were far inferior to his own. As he brooded over this disparity, the chalice appeared...
- The Blacksmith: He used to forge weapons. The trident he uses is one of his creations.
- Boring but Practical: He believes weapons are made to kill, thus didn't bothered refining them.
- Eye Scream: He sacrificed one of his eyes to make the trident he wields.o
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: The customers preferred the dazzling weapons of a younger blacksmith over his. And as such he worked harder... only for his rival to become even better.
- Palette Swap: His model looks similar to the Siren.
The younger of two sons of a king, to whom no attention was ever paid. His father only ever gave him material goods, denying him love, and so the boy destroyed everything he was given. When he killed a little bird he received as a gift, he finally felt power over something for the first time, and relished it. Soon he had the palace servants bring him animals constantly; his favorite was a gift from distant lands, a crocodile that took everything he could give it. As he fed the beast the day of his brother's coronation, filled with anger at his brother's position, the chalice appeared...
Similar to the fairy tale, Cinderella is left at home unable to go to the ball. But there is no fairy godmother in this story so Cinderella simply poisons her sisters with centipede venom. Disguising herself as her sister she goes to the ball and meets the prince, who is a foot fetishist. Cinderella is found when the prince (who likes the aroma of feet, not the feet themselves) finds out she is not the older sister. While running away she loses her shoes and breaks her legs so she can't be caught. Then the chalice appears, she sacrificed her legs, now was able to take the legs of others. She tried to trick the prince again, but failed. So in a last ditch attemp she fused her body with a centipede, and continued to steal the legs of others, she even turned her legs to glass to make them more admirable. She will make the prince taste all of them, no matter how many legs she needs to take.
- The Scrooge: If an avaricious slime is the poorest of the greedy, the griffin is the richest of them.
An assassin noted for his incredible hearing. He identified with bats (who also have such hearing), and when the nobleman he worked for sent men to kill him, he gave up his ears to the chalice. Bat wings grew from his head in their place, and he became increasingly more chiropteran.
There is no one Slime. The key to becoming one, instead, is to press your body beyond its limits in the pursuit of your hungers. Be they for gold, meat, love, revenge, if you should be too driven by what you want, the chalice may just appear to you...
- Palette Swap: The Slime comes in two variants: The Avaricious slime, who is composed of gold and jewels, and the Carnivorous one looks like a fusion of food, bones and a fork.
- Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies: He will permanently throw blobs of food/gold.
- The Ghost: It's directly stated that a version of the Slime for The Lustful exists, and it's implied there's a version of the slime for every type of Archfiend, but we only see the ones for The Greedy and The Gluttonous.
One of the world's greatest inventors, his dream was simple - to make a carriage that would require no horses, one powered by the lightning. No one dared to back his projects, however, and every prototype he built was a failure. Desperate to harness the lightning, to make just one
carriage that would work, he went a step too far and donned metal armor in a thunderstorm. When the lightning struck and his life was about to end, the chalice appeared...
The three sons of a cobbler, each trained in the art themselves. Independently of each other, the three worked out that material is the key to a fine shoe, and the smarter the animal, the better the shoe. They soon took it to the logical extreme, and realized that humans
would make the best shoes. As they wondered how to make this a reality, the chalice appeared to all three of them - something they didn't realize until after
all agreeing to sacrifice the other two.
The guard for a quiet village, forever flanked by his twin hunting dogs. He protected it from everything that would dare attack it from without... but then a plague struck the village. As people began to flee, the guard realized that he would have nothing left to protect if they all left, and he began to kill any villager who tried to leave. Eventually, in desperation, someone impaled him with a spear. As the guard lay dying, worried that his village would die, the chalice appeared...
A young woman born of an affair between her land's Duke and a maid. She was hidden away in a deep labyrinth, wearing an iron mask, to prevent the Duchess from finding out she existed. One day, she escaped and went looking for her mother, who it turned out was now in a convent. The Duchess had found out anyway and tortured the woman into madness. As she cradled her broken mother in her arms, the chalice appeared...
- Green-Eyed Monster: Both figuratively and literally. The literal part, she had her father's Green Eyes, which was a trait of his lineage. The figurative part comes in that all she ever wanted was a loving family, which the Duke and his wife never let her have.
- Royal Bastard: She was the result between an affair between a Duke and one of his maids.
- Talking Weapon: Her axe is her mother, and says her name over and over as she carries it.
A sailor who loved nothing more than his ship. When he was hired to carry royal gems, his ship was attacked and taken over by pirates. He joined the navy to hunt them down, and eventually became known as the scourge of piracy. Eventually he did find his ship, and realized that it was beyond repair. As he wept over its loss, the chalice appeared...
A sickly man whose parents hired a woman to care for him. She was a homely woman, and fell in love with him in part because his condition left him blind, unable to see her ugliness. When he started to heal, she began to poison him, and one day she overdid it. As he lay dying, she confessed her crime... and that was when the chalice appeared.
- Downloadable Content: Released along with the Troll.
- Ill Boy: He was this. The woman who volunteered to be his caretaker was afraid of his becoming completely healthy and leaving her that she started poisoning him to keep him ill.
Pied Piper of Hamelin
The Elven Queen
A barren woman who so badly desired a child that she took to kidnapping them. Chased from her home, she ended up in a field of dandelions, too wounded to escape. The chalice appeared before her, and she took the dandelions into herself. Now she thinks of them as her children, and will do anything to keep them from leaving the valley.
A young woman who fell in love with a nobleman, and once sang to the sea for days in order to bring back his boat. They became engaged, but when he went on a long voyage, she eventually heard that he'd married a rich woman instead. So she traded her song to the chalice in exchange for a song that brings down storms and causes pain...
A masochistic knight who was infamous for laughing every time he was struck. When his reputation started to drive opponents away, he took to garbing himself in chains to make it easier for them to hit him. When that
didn't work, he realized that what he really
wanted was to taste death. And then the chalice appeared...
- Combat Sadomasochist: He actively directed his opponents to wound him. It got to the point that his only pastime was having his henchmen torture him for his own pleasure.
- Downloadable Content: Released along with the Behemoth.
- Epic Flail: Of the Head and Chain variety.
- Off with His Head!: When the chalice appeared, he decapitated himself. Now the head floats alongside him, and serves as his Cursed Part.
A brilliant but insane artist, he never managed to sell anything. This was because all of his paintings were based on the most horrible things he could think of; he refused to compromise his vision, which kept his works from being marketable. Even with that, he despaired at ever truly getting his imagination down on canvas. And then the chalice appeared.
The Iron Maiden/Virgin
Tortoise and the Hare
An incredibly lazy bowman who once worked for a lord, but decided that robbing people was easier. He had a wagon turned into his home, where he no longer moved - he didn't even feed himself, having the bandits who served him do it instead. When he killed them to stop their chattering and started to starve, he gave up his body to the chalice and became one with the wagon.
- Archer Archetype: He favoured the bow. You can also gain an offering that works as such from him by breaking one of his cursed parts.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Being a born weapon master, he looks to those who train with contempt.
- Death Seeker: He tried to kill himself when life became too much of a hassle, but realized that as long as the horse lived, he couldn't die - and he couldn't reach it.
- Face-Heel Turn: He used to be a bodyguard for a lord, but decided to be a bandit later.
- Kill It with Fire: His element.
- Kill It with Ice: His elemental weakness.
- Lazy Bum
- Palette Swap: Of the Unicorn.
An indolent young man who grew tired of life as a nobleman, and sacrificed his flesh to the chalice to become a rock, ignored and unnoticed. Which was fine, until he fell in love with a girl who repositioned him. Then the chalice appeared again...
Three Little Pigs
A boy who wanted nothing more than apples. His hunger for them grew so overbearing that his family was forced to drive him away, as they could no longer afford to feed him. The chalice offered him one more apple, and now there is a tree upon his back. And as long as he can eat the apples it grows, he doesn't care what he has to do to keep it healthy.
Three men who did nothing more than drink all day long. They sacrificed their health to the chalice when their mead ran out, and discovered that their sweat had turned into mead. When they stopped sweating, they realized it didn't need to be their own
A chef, and a supremely talented one, who worked for a king who insisted on a new dish every single day. When she ran out of ingredients she hadn't used, the chalice made her an offer... and so she used her tongue
in a soup that the king now insisted on having all the time. So she looks ever for ingredients.
Hansel and Gretel
After the fields of a town were destroyed by locusts a married couple had to abandon they're children in woods to avoid starvation. As the children starved to death the chalice appeared, the children gave their limbs for food. They're limbs now candy they thought they could make they're family happy if they shared with them. But they're parents and the town chased them to the woods in fear that they were undead monsters coming for revenge. Now left in the Forrest to be eaten by locusts, they found happiness. They felt needed by the locusts so they made a wish to be in family of them. They sacrificed what was left of they're bodies given by the parents and became a candy village, part human, part candy, and part locust.
The Jack Frost
After taking the place of the old king, the new king arranged the assassination. But the new king became worried, what if he were to fall the same way. Trapped in anxiety he let his health deteriorate avoiding anything and anyone that could kill him. He would never leave his chambers without a suit of armor, but still he was afraid. Then the chalice came and gave the monarch an impenetrable suit of amor, almost fused to the kings body. In one final test, he asked the assassin he hired to shoot an arrow of ice into his brow. The arrow became a horn, it felt like nothing happened. This only helped for a short while, and the man's worries still haunt him.
A girl who became nothing more than a slave in her household, forced to help her mother take care of her father. Slowly watching as any chance of living life escaped her. Even losing one chance when a traveller fell in love with her and they tried to elope. They were caught, she lay locked into her faraway home, almost forgotten by the traveller completely. Her family passed and she had to take care of her mother's phony moth potion business, finally deciding to burn the business and herself to the ground along with the poor moths. The chalice arrived but she had nothing to give, then the now older traveller returned. She was reborn from he ashes, and began life anew. But her grew short as burning herself and others to be reborn started giving her moth like traits. She was desperate to avoid age and the moths that ruined her life, but to no avail. She was stuck in a ever burning loop between newborn baby and decrepitude.
- Animal Motifs: The moth, rather than the usual bird.
- Kill It with Fire: Fire balls? Rain of fire? Fiery kamikaze explosion followed by a rebirth?
- Kill It with Ice: Her weakness is ice-based spells.
- The Phoenix: Just like the bird of legend, she can be reborn from her ashes. The catch is that she becomes more moth-like after each rebirth and each cycle gets shorter.
A woman who used her beauty to live a hedonistic lifestyle which resulted in her contact with a disease that ravanged her body. She sacrificed her human body to elude death becoming a hazy glowing spectre. She soon was caught in the boredom of immortality realizing she took granted of her finite life. She came to a church and took the colors of it's stained glass windows only to realize no one could see her and her beauty, growing several sighing mouths. She still wanders to this day still eluding death.
Red Riding Hood
- Cruelty Is the Only Option/Mercy Kill: Unlike other Archfiends, they can ONLY be Sacrificed to finish them off. However like the Bounty Hunters that are out for your blood in the Original, you have to try to save them at least once in order to get their Life Essence.
- Lizard Folk
A sorceress who went mad trying to rescue her daughter from a place called Wonderland... a daughter and place that never existed. Created a training ground for sorcerers to try and find a replacement... known as Alice's Wonderland.
Romalus God Soul
Druid God Soul