Character Endings

Leaf – The Prince of Lenster

(If Nanna is alive)

Leaf led the Jugdral Liberation Wars along with Celice. After securing Barhara, he contiuned to travel around the continent, liberating those under oppression. In the Gran Year 780, Leaf united Northern and Southern Thracia into the New Kingdom of Thracia, where he declared himself king. Along with his queen, Nanna, and his sister, Altena, he carried on the legacy of Dine and Nova, devoting his life to maintaining peace and prosperity in his nation. As long as history exists in Thracia, the legendary King Leaf’s name will never be forgotten…

Leaf – The Prince of Lenster

(If Nanna is dead)

Leaf led the Jugdral Liberation Wars along with Celice. After securing Barhara, he contiuned to travel around the continent, liberating those under oppression. In the Gran Year 780, Leaf united Northern and Southern Thracia into the New Kingdom of Thracia, where he declared himself king. Along with his sister, Altena, he carried on the legacy of Dine and Nova, devoting his life to maintaining peace and prosperity in his nation. As long as history exists in Thracia, the legendary King Leaf’s name will never be forgotten…

Finn – The Legendary Lance Knight

After seeing Leaf take the throne, Finn disappeared. Three years passed before he showed himself again. There are no records on what he was doing in the time he was gone. Some claim to have caught a glimpse of him in the Yied Desert, but these are only rumors.

Nanna – The Queen of Nodion

After the victory at Barhara, Nanna joined leaf in the battle to liberate Agustria. Later, she married Leaf and devoted her life to helping orphans who lost their family in the war. Due to her sweetness and generosity, the citizens affectionately referred to her as “Princess Nanna” even after she became queen. Her life with Leaf is said to have ended happily.

Eyvel – The Goddess of Fiana

Eyvel returned to Fiana and lived quietly for a while. With the end of the pact with the Dragons known as the Gesh, her memory recovered seven years after the Holy War. The story of her reunion with her children has been a favorite of many bards ever since…

Mareeta – Swordmaster of the Stars

Ashamed of her weakness of being taken over by the dark blade, Mareeta set out on a journey to train herself. She eventually grew to become a great and famous swordmaster, but she always kept saying, “My mother was much more skilled than I’ll ever be.”

Dagda – Ex-brigand of Purple Dragon Mountain

After returning to his base on Purple Dragon Mountain, he rounded up the brigands and put his efforts into working the wastelands once again. His hard work paid off, and several years later, the barren land became rich with nutrition.

Tanya – Dagda’s Loving Daughter

Tanya moved to Fiana, where she married and was blessed with many children. Her cheery personality and good spirits earned her respect and admiration from the villagers throughout her life.

Halvan – The Quiet Hero

Halvan took over Fiana after Eyvel’s departure. He proved to be a wise leader, and Fiana developed into a prosperous village that won the envy of those living in the surrounding area.

Othin – The Wild Axefighter

Othin returned to Fiana, where he married and was blessed with many children. His short temper and fiery personality never did change, and he was known throughout his lifetime as “Old Othin of Fiana.”

Marty – The Man Whom Dagda Loved

* Marty returned to Purple Dragon Mountain and put his efforts into working the barren land. Many, especially children, loved his sheepish but kind nature.

Ronan – A Youth of Ith

Ronan went home to his mother in Ith and returned to being a fisherman. It is said that he later married and lived a happy life.

Saphy – Servant of God

After returning to Tahra, Saphy worked to help the poor and the underpriveleged. It is said that she appeared as a goddess in the eyes of those she offered her hand to.

Tina – The Charming Cleric

Even after returning to Tahra, Tina never was able to sit still. Ever obvlivious, she would often go wandering about unattended, worrying those around her, especially her sister. Did the day ever come where she would finally settle down? We’ll never know, since no such records exist.

Lifis – The Shy Thief

After the war, Lifis earned a government post and remained in office for several years. During that time period, the surrounding pirate outposts were decimated by the Kelves Garrison Forces. He disappeared after that, and no one has seen him ever since.

Fergus – The Free Knight

Fergus disappeared like the wind after the war. Some said that he was prince of Conort. Others claimed that he was the legendary knight Beowulf’s bastard child. The rumors and speculations about him never ceased, and now, the truth has been shrouded in mystery.

Karin – The Cheery Pegasus Knight

After returning to Ciledia, she fulfilled her long-awaited dream and became a full-fledged Pegasus Knight. There are no records of her doing anything extraordinary, but she is remembered as being a distinguished member of the Ciledian Pegasus Knights.

Misha – Rider of the Winds

After returning home, Misha joined the Ciledian Pegasus Knights. She later particpated in the Ciledian Liberation Wars, and after the New Kingdom of Ciledia was established, she became the first commander of the new Ciledian Pegasus Knights. A talented and just leader, she earned deep trust from both her superiors and her subordinates.

Sety – Holy Warrior of the Winds

Upon returning to Ciledia, Sety gave in to his people’s yearning for his leadership and took the throne. Thanks to his hard work and unbending will, the trampled land of Ciledia slowly, but surely, began to regain its former beauty.

Asvel – Follower of the Winds

Asvel stayed at Leaf’s side and shared his pain throughout the Liberation Wars. After that, he returned to his hometown of Frest and took his father’s place as bishop. Several years later, his name reached the four corners of the continent as the Great Sage Asvel.

Brighton – A Knight of Manster

Brighton returned to Manster to help restore its former prosperity, and also taught its people swordsmanship in his spare time. He later married and opened a small shop with his wife.

Machua – The Swordswoman of Raging Wind

After the war, Machua helped rebuild Manster. She later married a former comrade and had children, but she never lost her passion for rebuilding her hometown.

Lara – The Cheerful Thief

Lara returned to being a dancer and performed in various cities of Thracia. Her elegant yet powerful performances gave people courage, and became a symbol of Thracia’s reconstruction.

Dalshin – A Knight of Passion

After the war, Dalshin was stationed at Fort Kelves, requesting the new post himself. He fought day and night to protect the nearby villages from thieves and bandits, and it didn’t take long for him to completely eliminate the thieves roaming the area around the fort. Eventually, “the place more frightening than Hell” came to be known as “the place safer than Heaven itself.”

Hicks – The Axe Knight with Family

Instead of staying in the military, Hicks returned to his hometown and led a peaceful life with his family. However, he always kept his axe at his side, never unprepared for danger.

Shiva – The Mercenary of Savan

After the war, Shiva disappeared. Various speculations and theories have been made about this man of many mysteries, but none have been, and ever will be, confirmed.

Glade – The Dutiful Lance Knight

After earning the highest military title of Great General, Glade was given the task of reorganizing the overgrown army. By transferring surplus members and introducing new weapons, he succeeded in creating one the most formidable elite forces on the continent. His hard work greatly helped the kingdom during the hard times of reconstruction.

Selphina – The Beautiful Bow Knight

After the new Kingdom of Thracia was established, she retired from her position of leading the royal guard. Instead, she used her mansion as an orphanage to take care of deprived children. Many of the children that Selphina saved lived on to become great heroes. Selphina was later called the Mother of Thracia, and her stories were told for many generations.

Kein – Lance Knight of Lenster

Kein put down his sword and became a civil servant. He implemented many revolutionary political movements to strengthen the army and regain Lenster’s lost land. It is said that Leaf and his advisors put much trust in Kein as “The Quiet Revolutionary.”

Alba – Lance Knight of Lenster

Alba requested a post in Southern Thracia, and under Altena’s leadership, worked to restore the area’s public order. At first he was looked down upon by the people as a “northerner,” but his good-willed nature soon earned him trust and respect.

Roberto – Bow Knight of Lenster

After his strong requests, Roberto was put in the new Kingdom of Thracia’s royal guard. Roberto himself was probably trying his best to be a legendary warrior, but he never could fix his timidity. Apparently, more than a few of the female servants in the castle found his sheepish nature cute.

Carrion – Noble of Lenster

Out of Leaf’s request, Carrion took up a post at Castle Meeds along with Hannibal. He then served as a diplomat between Northern and Southern Thracia, and contributed greatly in their unification.

Xavier – The Loyal Veteran

Xavier worked alongside Leaf to build the New Kingdom of Thracia. His rich experience and vast knowledge served to be extremely valuable in making important decisions, and the youths in the New Thracia’s government often looked to him for advice.

Fred – The Holy Knight of Freeji

After the war, Fred returned to the Freejis’ land and contributed to its reconstruction. He later married a young woman who was his commander, but their ages were so far apart that he was constantly teased about it.

Olwen – The Azure Mage Knight

After the war, Olwen returned to the Freejis’ land and contributed to its reconstruction. Whenever she remembered her brother Rinehart, she burned with anger at his pitifulness. Perhaps because of that, the man whom she married was surprisingly ordinary.

Pahn – The Thief of Dakia

Saying he would be returning to his hometown, Pahn left Leaf and disappeared. Various rumors abound regarding his life after that, with some saying that he became a thief again, and others claiming that he helped Tahra’s reconstruction.

Trude – The Man Known as Death

After the war, Trude disappeared. No one has seen him since, but rumors say that he returned to being a mercenary.

Seiram – The Dark Magician

After the war, Seiram retired to a small rural village and began writing memoirs of his life. His documents proved to be valuable resources for future historians to understand what the Lopto Church was really like.

Linoan – The Lone Flower of Tahra

Linoan returned to Tahra and dedicated her life to rebuilding her trampled hometown. Tahra eventually found prosperity greater than ever before, and also served to aid Leaf in his development of the New Kingdom of Thracia. Linoan never married despite her beauty.

Dean – The Hero of the Skies

After the war, Dean accompanied the injured Arione to Southern Thracia. It was another several years before Dean emerged again as the commander of the New Kingdom of Thracia’s Dragon Knights.

Eda – Dragon Knight of Thracia

After the New Kingdom of Thracia was established, Eda stayed by Altena’s side and comforted her emotionally devastated master. Due to her loyalty and earnestness, she never sought out her own happiness, and devoted her life to rebuilding Thracia and supporting Altena.

Homeros – Traveling Bard

He continued traveling as a bard, singing songs of Leaf’s saga all across Thracia. Because it was based on his true experience, this saga was loved more widely by the people of Thracia than any other saga. [Note: This was translated by VincentASM]

Ralph – A Traveling Mercenary

Putting down his sword, Ralph took up farming to help rebuild Thracia’s trampled lands. Nothing else about him remains in the records.

Eyrios – The Ambitious Knight

Much to his joy, Eyrios was granted nobility in the New Kingdom of Thracia. However, politics apparently weren’t his strong point, and management of his land ended in utter failure. He wasn’t punished very severely since he contributed in New Thracia’s establishment, but he was dropped down to an unimportant slack post. In his boredom, he would often catch unsuspecting personnel and ramble about his past days of glory.

Sleuf – A Bragi Priest

After the war, instead of returning to the Tower of Bragi, Sleuf traveled around the continent spreading the teachings of Edda. Sleuf inspired other priests to do the same, and the Edda Church eventually became one of the leading religions of the continent.

Amalda – The Despairing Knight

Amalda returned to the Freejis and helped rebuild their land. With most of the Freejis defeated in Nothern Thracia, they had lost much of their power as a nation. However, with Amalda and other people’s hard work, the Freejis slowly began to regain their former glory.

Shanam – The Phony Prince

Instead of working for the New Kingdom of Thracia, Shanam returned to his hometown in Isaac. He then quit being a mercenary and lived a normal life.

Miranda – The Stouthearted Princess

While waiting for Leaf in Alster, Miranda fell in love with a certain knight and disappeared. Despite her short temper, it is said that she lived happily as a wife and as a mother.

Conomore – A Knight of Alster

Conomore quit being a knight and retired to a small village on the outskirts of Alster, where he quietly lived the rest of his days.

Delmud – The Charismatic Knight

After the war, Delmud accompanied his cousin Ares to Agustria. With their hard work, Agustria was united and led to prosperity.

Galzus – The Dark Swordsman of Ordo

After liberating Manster, Galzus disappeared. There are no records, legends, or even rumors about his life thereafter.

Cyas – The Bishop of Crimson Flame

Cyas returned to Velthomer and helped restore the trampled land. His talent was later recognized by Celice, and he went into the service of the New Kingdom of Granbell, where he contributed greatly to its reconstruction.

Sara – Shaman of Tragic Fate

Sara quietly disappeared after the war. Legends say that she lived a peaceful life under Leaf’s protection.

* No joke, this is what it really says.