HumanAppearance: Canon or original
Cornelia (world name unknown)Class:
freelance warriorWeapon of choice:
longswordWeapon appearance: Weapon name:
Strong, beautiful, and naturally spoiled. She often struggles with her rather luxurious upbringings, which often saw her treated as borderline royalty because of the deeds of her parents. Oftentimes, her pampered nature ends up showing in the worst of instances, though she does try her hardest to be better about not being that kind of person. Other then that, she carries a heart of great kindness, often going to astronomical lengths to ease the suffering of those that she comes across. Often, this shows just how spoiled she can be, as she refuses to take no for an answer, or consider the risk she puts upon herself or her allies in the process of helping said people. She always intends well, she just has several flaws that she needs to iron out before she can become the kind of hero that she's expected to be.ons/offs:
all the usual stuff that you'd expect to be in this section, refer to any of the other character sheets and you'll know what I mean.History:
Twenty years ago, trouble was falling upon Aria's homeworld, the grounds were shaking, storms were tearing ships apart at sea, it seemed that the entirety of the world was about to collapse upon itself. However, it was foretold by an unknown prophet that four warriors would appear wielding crystals of light, and that these warriors would drive back the terrors falling upon the world. The warriors of light did indeed arrive as foretold, led by a mighty warrior in red armor. By his side were a small time thief from the slums with a heart of gold, a red mage from the cornelia castle guard, and a white mage, priestess of the local church. United by a drive to save their home, these four warriors banded together and fought terrible monsters, which resulted in them being sent into the past to fight the corrupt knight Garland, who they had slain early on in their quest. His goal was to trap the world in an endless cycle, where he would send himself two thousand years into the past in the moment before his death, in order to accumulate the power required to kill the light warriors in the next coming, and rule over the entire world as a god of chaos. The light warriors put an end to his ambition, and put the entire world back on the proper track of time.
Upon their return, the heroic warrior turned knight who led them was offered the hand of princess Sarah of cornelia for his heroism. However, he wasn't the only light warrior who would go on to send his bloodline into the next generation, as the thief who became a full time ninja had fallen in love with the priestess who had been behind the team, supporting them and keeping them safe for the duration of their journey. The ninja took the white wizard's hand in marriage, and the two would go on to create Aria, who had a massive burden placed on her shoulders from the moment she was born. Being the daughter of two legendary light warriors, she was raised in the lap of luxury, and told almost every night about the heroism showed by both of her parents, and that she would one day shine as great as either of them. Naturally, after so many years of hearing this, the legends and the promises started to go to Aria's head a bit. When she turned eighteen, she set out from home to go about her own journey, and become the hero that she was expected to become.
Over her year away from home, she learned quite a bit about the world around her, as well as herself. She realized that following in the footsteps of her parents wouldn't be quite as easy as she had hoped, though she realized just how genetically blessed that she was by her parents. From her father, she inherited natural ability with a sword and black magic, while her mother blessed her with prominent abilities using white magic as well. At the start of the story that's about to begin, she shows all the signs of being a mediocre end red mage, with a great deal of potential in all three categories that has so far gone untapped. However, she is left with considerable room to grow with as the story unfolds, where her feet will take her over her travels could be anybody's guess.
Done! Let me know what you think, Virgil, and I'll get to work on my canon character, since as you know I've made a rather unique choice on that front as well.