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brilliant but independent-minded sorcerer, Orphen has
turned his back on the formal society of sorcerers and
their home, the Tower of Fangs, and now supports himself
by working as a money lender.
using Orphen in combat, your best bet is to use his
is a novice sorcerer who looks up to Orphen as his
"Master." Unfortunately for Magnus, his gentle
personality is no match for the sharp-tongued Cleo.
Orphen tends to look at both Magnus and Cleo as unwanted
followers, but Magnus has the potential to become a
powerful sorcerer someday.
into an old family with a proud lineage, Cleo is anything
but a polite young lady. Pushing Orphen's strident
objections aside, Cleo has crowned herself Orphen's
partner, and accompanies him everywhere.
is on her way to Chaos Island to pray for the soul of her
fiance when she meets Orphen and company. Sephy seems to
be nothing more than a faithful woman mourning the loss
of her beloved fiance, but is there something more to
this sad and soft-spoken woman?
Ball of Wind
Ball of Shadow
Dance of Ice
Dance of Wind
Dance of Darkness
key to beating enemies with Sephy is by using either her
projectiles, or her baton.
young musician searching for his mother, with his only
clue being a song he remembers from the crib. When Cleo
takes Mar under her wing, Mar finds himself embroiled in
the frequent and pointless arguments that define Cleo and
Orphen's relationship. Will he find his mother before
they drive him crazy?
||Flute of the Wind
Flute of Ice
Cymbals of Darkness
Cymbals of Fire
Harp of the Wind
Harp of Darkness
Mar's flute when in combat to make the battle go by
mercenary searching for a daughter he hasn't seen in
years. He has followed her trail to Chaos Island. Zeus'
simple, sincere, and impeccably polite demeanor belies
his ferociousness in battle. A grizzled veteran and
expert swordsman, Zeus excels in hand-to-hand combat.
Bow of Darkness
Bow of Ice
Hammer of Rending
Zeus' sword or arrows when you use him in combat.
(left) and Dortin (right)
having borrowed a minor fortune form Orphen, Volcan
doesn't appear to be in hurry to pay it back. As a
perpetual troublemaker, Volcan often finds himself on the
receiving end of Orphen's anger. Perhaps because of sheer
frequency with which Orphen punishes him, Volcan can take
more abuse than anyone. His selp-appointed nick name, the
"Masmaturian Bulldog," seems appropriate.
When Volcan decided to run away from home, he dragged
his unfortunate younger brother, Dortin, along with him.
In contrast to his rough-and-tumble older brother, Dortin
prefers reading a good book to seeking out adventure.
Despite being made the frequent object of his brother's
short-temper and bombastic comments, Dortin has never
attempted to run away himself. Is it family loyalty, or
lock of courage?