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This is a mere repository of some of the character of my creation, where I'll keep a log of their particular tropes as a sort of exercise to understand them and define them better. I mainly use these characters for roleplay, but as I've grown fond of them, I would like to, at least, contemplate the idea of giving them a world of their own someday. Here I make sure they'll have a waiting room until that day comes.


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    Lydia de Gael 

  • The Ace: She joined the White Tower under the mentorship of Alanna Whitestar, the only Master who didn't take apprentices under her wing, gained control of one of the most powerful companies of Kalimdor at the age of 16, and mastered every abjuration, evocation and conjuration spell before even reaching the status of Master.
  • Action Girl: Started as a pacifist who avoided confrontation by any means, going as far as rejecting offensive-based magic, focusing on its more defensive and academic side. A life changing experience fueled her destructive power and turned into a battlemage.
  • Badass Bookworm: Spends most of her time in the library. In fact, she would be happy to settle in a peaceful job as a librarian. Her particular skills, however, are far too useful for the Tower to let her do so.
  • Carry a Big Stick: A gift from her sweetheart, she carries everywhere an ancient highborne factured staff, inscribed by Lydia herself to make it a much more powerful weapon.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: First thing she does in a home-like atmosphere is to get rid off her footwear.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Irene.
  • Kill It with Fire: She absorbed the magic of a powerful firey artifact, hence gaining deeper control of fire based spells.
  • Playing with Fire: She avoid any abuse of magic. However, protecting others is hard, and she sometimes is forced to go too far in order to maintain those she cares about safe. This, of course, involves burning every foe down.
  • Photographic Memory: Can't forget a thing, good or bad.
  • The Smart Guy: Smarter than most. Way smarter.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Can't lift weights, run without getting exhausted and doesn't have great endurance. Her intelligence is way over the average, and her spells are so powerful she can single hand most threats to her group.

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