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Here are the Character Bios for Dragon Nest: Fable. The following descriptions are for character developments so far in Chapter One: Taunting Shadows. Enjoy!
Full Summary: What's a character with no background behind them? To keep track of names so that you all don't stray into confusion, here's a list of the characters and their backgrounds! This goes hand-in-hand with the Dragon Nest: Fable Fan-fiction.
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Dragon Nest: Fable
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Chapter One: Taunting Shadows Appearances and Relations
Relationships: Yan's older sister
At first glance, Kaaya possesses a cold, graceful demeanor which is reinforced by her emotionless, merciless, yet elegant style of fighting. Kaaya's admirers describe her as "an ally's greatest asset and an enemy's worst nightmare."
Despite her ruthless and stoic appearance, Kaaya is in fact quite an amiable and warm character. Beneath the armor of a violent storm is a hospitable, polite, kind and somewhat timid character, a remaining husk of her former self. Dealing with people isn't her forte (that's left to Yan), so she usually stays aloof, avoiding contact with others. However, she is an incredibly nurturing person, proof of which lies with the fantastic upbringing of Yan, and is revered by her friends and allies as a wise companion that gives great advice.
Aside from her experience, maternal figure-like appearance, and ability to control her emotions, Kaaya is much like a little girl. She loves pastries and sweet foods, and she adores cute animals, soft pillows… you name it. Not that she ever SHOWS it, Goddess forbid… Or at least… she tries not to show such emotions.
Age: (?) 7 Years Younger than Kaaya
Relationships: Kaaya's younger brother
Raised, mentored and trained by Kaaya, Yan is exceedingly perceptive. Quick and witty like his sister, he uses his cleverness to easily gain the upper-hand in combat. Although not nearly as graceful, Yan's fighting definitely has a unique style to it. His strength and speed are ridiculously well-balanced and, when combined with his remarkable intelligence, make him a formidable opponent.
Yan has a cool, laid-back appearance and can be expressive when he wants to (or when he lets his emotions get the best of him). He has an unconditional caring for his sister and is often the first person to detect any subtle changes in Kaaya's mood, whim, or even her appetite. His friends and allies see him as an "older brother" character and often switch around the two siblings' roles by mistake. Well, it isn't that difficult to do when Yan physically appears older than Kaaya. However, Yan holds a sentimental side that he only shows to his sister – the insecurities that he has held onto since he was a boy are what keep Yan mentally attached to Kaaya.
Although he certainly has his own tastes, Yan shares a similar interest in what his sister likes. Inside, he is still a child, and so the simple sight of anything sweet and delicious-looking is enough to get him drooling. Luckily, he has his sister to keep both of their desires in check. Sort of.
Relationships: Vaerik's half-sister
One of the leading researchers in the Abyssal Mana Project (A.M.P.), member of Cassius' Court, follower of Kalay's Coven, and author of 63 consecutive volumes of published textbooks for various magical teachings, Nahvre is in no doubt worthy of the title of "Majesty". Her intelligence combined with her magical prowess and ability to read streams of mana is what makes her so menacing on the battlefield. Simply being looked upon is enough to make one cower in fear.
Nahvre is a relatively calm, level-headed woman, and calling her beautiful would be a disgraceful understatement. To her advantage, she uses her charms and, if that doesn't work, her undeniable power to convince others to do her bidding. She has a thirst for research, observation and experimentation, which often leads to a fair amount of trouble for her older half-brother, Vaerik, to clean up.
The young sorceress has finally come across a couple of suitable candidates for her research. Nahvre takes a liking to the elven siblings and decides to test them: while challenging Yan with difficult mental tasks in which he must solve or else forever remain trapped in the maze of his inner mind, the Majesty decides to experiment with the Myráschen Theory with none other than Kaaya acting as her guinea pig. She is curious to find out if this permanent spell will succeed and lead her research off into another branch.
Relationships: Nahvre's half-brother
A devoted believer, Vaerik is a missionary on a quest for purity. He believes in obliterating corruption from its core and seeks the Twilight Prophetess to return peace to the lands of Lagendia. He doesn't, however, allow his faith to blind him of scientific facts.
Quite used to Nahvre's constant rambling about her research, Vaerik is surprisingly knowledgeable compared to most missionaries. Although he doesn't use them nearly as often neither for the same purposes, Vaerik shares the same magical capabilities as that of his half-sister. He usually exercises magic only for the benefit of another or for serving his holy purpose.
Cool-headed and collective, Vaerik often keeps to himself with the exception of his half-sister. Constantly pestering and causing trouble, Nahvre and her shenanigans try the patience of a Saint in flesh and blood. Vaerik has a nasty temper when dealing with his half-sister, but is otherwise a very polite and charming person. He has an uncharacteristic and unpredictable sweet tooth, giving his stern demeanor a softer edge.
Tiana: A Sorceress Trainer from the Coven, Tiana likes to involve herself with Nahvre, her colleague, and whatever business she may be attending to. Like other sorceresses, she's always looking for interesting phenomenons to research. Too bad she has her hands full teaching so many students.