Gael is the adopted child of Cayden.
He raised them to fight and kill on his behalf.
Growing more tired of his high expectations and remarks they find themself wishing for a different life.
An ambitious student dropout in applied mathematics. She was pronounced dead and along with the other corpses thrown in the Shrouded Reach.
Unexpectadly however she sprang back to life.
Right before her promotion to officer of the royal guard of the Baybarrow duchy, she was framed for murder. Send away to the Shrouded Reach to do manual labour until her execution, she managed to convince her executioner of her innocence.
Her main goal is to find the real perpetrator to prove her innocence and avenge her friend.
The king of Oborion and embodiment of death.
He is known to be incredibly stubborn, irritable and quick to anger.
With little regard for the wellbeing of others except for the very few.
Not much is known about him other than rumour or hearsay and to most inhabitants he seems more of a legend than an enacting monarch.
Most wish that was true.
A mysterious nymph who’s free to leave his lake as he pleases.
Bela's main role in the court is to be the diplomat of the group. He is seen trying to appease both internal and foreign parties.
A role he finds continually frustrating thanks to Cayden’s behaviour.
Though considered one of the more ‘rational’ court members he can be dangerous when he loses his patience.
Lion’s stomachs are torture devices known to kill the victims that are pushed down the throats of these devices.
Why a fae would choose to wear an armour styled after these devices is as much of a mystery as Leonhart’s origins.
Despite his macabre appearance he carries well meaning convictions but lacks the will to act upon them in a meaningful manner.
He is always by Bela’s side and seems more devoted to him than to Cayden.
In a flash of so-called genius, a flame was created that burns with no heat or end.
Lamps lit by this flame hang in towns illuminating the streets at night or day.
The one responsible for this is none other than Prism. They proclaim themself a genius first and an artist second. Despite their efforts the king seems to dislike and look down on them, but they are determined to succeed in earning Cayden’s appreciation.