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This is a partial character sheet for The Last Sovereign. Beware of unmarked spoilers for any information present in the current public release.

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    Orcent 

Orcs are typically stupid, short-lived, and little better than tools of war. Then there's Orcent. Due to what, as far as anyone can figure out, is pure dumb luck, he's the one orc in a thousand who ended up intelligent and self-aware. Tormented by his own insights and continuously grappling with his own self-control, he represents the possibility of a better future for his species.

  • Affectionate Nickname: Qum calls him "Talky Orc."
  • Blessed with Suck: When Simon first meets him, Orcent is just smart enough to grasp how thoroughly screwed his situation is; he's the single intelligent member of a race of nearly mindless, violent monsters, and while he recognizes the problems with his instincts, he's also unable to fight them.
  • A Day in the Limelight: He's the party leader for a difficult segment in Chapter 3.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Some succubi make him a new one as a gift, which Orcent receives as an accessory.
  • Mighty Glacier: Orcent has an enormous amount of HP, low agility, and a couple of useful debuff moves.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Like enemy orcs, he takes extra damage from plain old physical hits. Fortunately, Orcent also has what might be the single biggest HP pool in the game, but it's not as helpful as you might think.
  • It's Not You, It's Me: The reason he ended the relationship with Lucy the maid is due to the fact that Orcent still had control issues over his Orc instincts. By the time the party has Balia reformat Orcent to be more conscious of himself the separation has done its damage.

    Wendis 

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Simon's late wife, and Wynn's late lover, Wendis was a mage who specialized in divine and theoretical magic. She died in the Second Arclent War seven years before the events of the game.

  • Bi the Way: She was married to Simon and in love with Wynn at the same time.
  • Came Back Wrong: Her time spent in the demonic realm portion of The Tower corrupted her mind and body, her body has taken an ashen appearance, not unlike Aka, however, that's not including the fact that she also has Black Eyes of Crazy with red irises and teeth for eyelashes. Her mind was warped by the deceased spirit of a former incubus king, that along with the knowledge from the Tower made her omnicidal and wishing to destroy reality as it is.
  • Child Hater: Implied and Downplayed as she never did anything cruel to them, but at the same time, when talking about Simon's adoption of Robin, she admits that had she survived the war, she and Simon would probably never have children because of this.
    Wendis: "Oh, no. No, no, no. Children are the worst."
  • Ethical Slut: She and Simon enjoyed a lot of third parties in their bed, and Simon says half of them were brought there by Wendis.
  • Hollywood Atheist: If anything, this applies more to Wendis than Simon. As he explains at one point, she specifically studied divine magic and the theories behind its function while simultaneously maintaining that she didn't actually believe any gods existed. Turns out she wasn't completely wrong.
  • The Lost Lenore: Wendis's death still haunts both Simon and Wynn, to the point where Wynn dug up Wendis's body in an unsuccessful attempt to figure out how to resurrect her. Simon never really recovered. If not for the powers of the shard, as he tells Orcent in a tavern conversation in Chapter 4, he might not have ever taken another lover.
  • Posthumous Character: She's been dead for years by the start of the game. A portrait of her is one of two possessions that Simon keeps in his otherwise spartan house in Feroholm.
    • ...and then she shows up in Chapter Four as a bodiless spirit, trapped in the realm of the Tower.

    King Alonon 
The King of Ardoheim, he was once a prominent figure in the fight against the Incubus Emperor during the Second Arclent War, however some time ago he began to develop a profoundly nihilistic personality that has left almost incapable of ruling.
  • Badass Grandpa: Despite his nihilism, he is still a force to be reckoned with. Capable of fighting off demonic hordes that the main party has trouble with by himself and nearly at the age of 90!
  • Straw Nihilist: Has developed one after journeying through the world between that connects the heavens and the demonic realm. It is telling when he calls the world nothing short of a joke that only he can't laugh at and that nothing that they do has any meaning.

    Ginasta 

Mysterious Paladin (Placeholder Title)

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A mysteriuos woman with powers similar to those of The Chosen of Ivala, Her life's mission is the destruction of all tyrants, especially The Incubus Kings.
  • Black and White Insanity: As an homage to the Knight Templar, Ginasta falls hard into this. Seeing all who use the Lustlord soul shards as tyrants, even Simon who intends to use it for good purposes, that must be put down as soon as possible.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: Incredibly resistant to Incubus Kings' attempts at corruption and able to sever bonds of magical slavery with her sword.
  • Knight Templar: An homage or parody of one depending on one's point of view. A major contribution to the parody aspect is that Ginasta acts as though she were a paladin, but is too extreme and inflexible in her views and doesn't realize that she's in a world where Realpolitik is what changes the world, not abstract justice.
  • Strawman Has a Point: Deliberately. Although her views are naive in several major regards and she refuses to even consider that Simon might be able to turn his powers towards good, she makes several extremely good points about how Simon has the legitimate potential to be more dangerous than any of the other Incubus Kings and how his plan could go badly awry and lead to tyranny.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: Appropriate for someone who uses what can only be described as "Like the Chosen's power only more explodey".

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