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The Generation 1, The Holy View
The Generation 1, The Holy View
A mysterious woman named Nao brings a young girl to the world of Erinn, a place created by the great god Aton Cimeni. She was brought in at a moment of relative peace; throught the peace, something dark happennig behind the scenes...Upon her arrival, she was lead by an helmet wearing guy to Duncan, a guy who was the village's elder. After brief introduction, Duncan wrote her name into the air, probably some kind of holy ritual of this village. The girl wasn't sure what her purpose would be in this new world to her but she soon took an interest in this world's folklor. Under the wing of Endelyon and Meven, the young girl learned of the wonders of Lymilark and over the months, she learned to become an healer in training under Dilys supervision. Doing good to people was nice but something was lacking..
One day, she questioned Endelyon about what she should do about her future and was told by her "Ask yourself, what do I want? and why do I want it?; then your soul will feel relaxed...". After thinknig over it, she came to the resolution to gather up money to build a new temple to Lymilark. Taking her trusted Healer wooden stick, a bunch of bandages and phonix feathers, the young girl headed to Ciar dungeon to earn money as an Healer. In the depths of the dungeon, she came by herbs that Dilys identified to her as been useful in making potions. Knowing how many people buy potions from her all the time, she started learning how to make concoctions using those herbs. Her fighting abilities were always relatively weak but she did learn the basic of combat from watching various warrior in her parties.
As days gone by, she raided Ciar many times with multiple people, one that came to her more often was a girl using a blacksmith hammer to beat the goblins. They worked well as a team and unlike other warriors, she usually waited for her to collect her herbs from the dungeons before procedding further in. Been left behind and alone in a dungeon was kind of scary afterall.. They became nice friends and in return for helping her out, she often mixed in a few hit points recovery potions free of charges for her. On a trip to dunbarton one day to get a bunch of base herbs, she met her pink clothed friend once more, this time followed by one mage girl with cyan hair. Smelling a possibility to make some money, she greatfully insisted on selling some mana recovery potions to her since mages seem to live by only by mana potions. as one herself, she knew full well how much precious those potions were.
For a few days, she didn't see her pink friend at Ciar and in need of more herbs, she found a green mercenary for hire and payed her for an escort in the dungeon's depths. When people started to bleed too much from their wounds, the young priestess had learned to shout at them to force them to sit down so she could tend to their wounds using her bandages. That green mercenary offered her to make better qualities ones for her and they started to have a better relationship as she got free high quality bandages from her. The girl's skill with a bow was trully great through, so her help as a mercenary was appreciated as well.
On a trip to Dunbarton to sell some suplies, she met her pink friend and the cyan haired girl again. They were troubled as they were looking for someone to help them on a search inside Barri dungeon. As her friend, she recomanded the mercenary for hire she frequented for a few days. She could have come in herself but.. she didn't like Barri for it's lack of medical herbs. After a day, they met again as she was about to leave the village. They had found a relic from a fomor but it oddly looked like a medal of the Lymilark faith. She wasn't sure since they told her it was in a fomor's possession so she only could refer them to Meven as he knew more than her.
After a few weeks, she received a message an owl gave her from the group of three. They wanted suplies for a long trip to a weird place they called Tir Na Nog. Since the last time they met, she had been adventuring in Rabbie dungeon to hunt down evil skeletons to help the people of dunbarton and gain some money by trading the proof of her huntings. The herbs she found there were quite useful and quickly fufiled their request for potions of all sort, from healing types, to mana recovery types to even exaustion restoring ones. The path to making a temple of Lymilark is a long one.
Amount of money left to get: 49984673 gold.
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Story seems rushed. No character development of any kind. Missing any sort of plot. 0/5
Storywise, she's a minor character who's only participating in the greater story on the sidelines. But even as a side character, her point of view is nice to see.
Originally Posted by Kollin
Also I,m been kind of realistic here. Within the course of a few months, there isn't much character development that can be done. People don't change that fast. Great events could change someone quickly, but for a minor role in the current story, she isn't much affected.
I perfer to focus on the relationship development of my mains than their actual personnality development. So don't expect all my stories to be from the point of view of someone importent to the current story flow..
Was not aware that this was the point of view of a minor character. Explains the lack of development and overall plot. Still seems quite rushed.
Originally Posted by Chiyuri