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The characters from the game At The Tale End

An amnesiac traveler who begins the game being treated for severe wounds. With only a broken sword engraved with the name "Brane" as a clue to his identity, he sets off on a journey to regain his memory.

  • Eyepatch of Power: Justified. It hides the eye of the dark monster that Neme used to heal Brane's wounds, consequently giving him some of its powers. He was strong before it, though
    • Goes hand-in-hand with Eye Scream when what's underneath it is revealed.
  • Forgiven, but Not Forgotten: If the player uses the Forget-me-nows on the allies. Retina suggests that Brane probably did not really forgive his old party, but simply had no desire to have them suffer from painful memories of his death.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: It's what kicks off the story. Apparently, it was caused by his life-threatening injuries. Regaining his memory is an in-game mechanic as he talks to various NPCs.
  • Heroic BSoD: Suffers from one if he ignores any or all of the Hero's allies. He then commits suicide in the cursed sea.
  • Heroic Mime: He speaks, but not for the players to hear. Not until the very last line.
  • Hidden Depths: Is able to rejuvenate a dried-up magical spring with only a basic water spell, something that is mentioned to require great magical power. As the hero, this is to be expected.

The Black Book
  • Exposition Fairy: Choosing "talk" in the menu will have the Book mention something about the surrounding or the game mechanics.

Brane the Hero

The Hero who defeated the Dark Lord, ushering in a time of peace. He lost his life after the battle, survived by his allies during the quest.

  • The Ace: Many NPCs consider him to have been this.
  • Oblivious to Love: According to Phoelin. Harty loved him, but he never seemed to have been aware of it.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted. Shares his name with the main character. Played straight. They are the same person.
  • Posthumous Character: Has died before the start of the game. The player only sees glimpses of him in flashbacks. Or so everyone thought.

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