The monk who envisioned the true cosmos. For voicing his view that differed from that of the Catholic Church, he was burned at the stake as a heretic. 10 years after his death, Galileo looked into a telescope and discovered the truth.
(墨子) A military genius who only used his talents against violence, and invented the very first camera obscura. One of the first to dream of universal love and rebellion against authority & blind obedience. Most of his books were sadly lost to the book burning orchestrated by Emperor Qin Shi Huang.
The father of modern optics. A seeker after truth from a thousand years ago. He constantly questioned everything, even what everyone else took for granted. He influenced many great men to seek after truth as he did.
The son of Hades & Persephone. Ever since the tragedy of Orpheus, he spent most of his childhood trying to understand the importance of life. He is reborn within one who would write the story in his own way.
Buff attack, defense and agility of party for 3 turns. Only usable if the party is being ambushed.
Repel Curse attacks.
Severe Almighty damage to all foes.
Medium Physical damage to 1 foe. Stronger when surrounded.
History: Greek god of the wild. Due to his appearance and demeanor, he felt rejected and alone for most of his life, even by the nymphs of the forest he moved to. He eventually invented the pan flute, and when he played it, he found himself dancing with the most beautiful girls.
The Greek Goddess of retribution. Her duty is to bring divine wrath upon those who succumb to hubris. She was the one who ended Narcissus' life by luring him toward a lake that reflected his face and allowed his beauty to be his undoing.
German professor of theology, composer, priest, Augustinian monk, and a seminal figure in the Protestant Reformation. He came to reject several teachings and practices of the Roman Catholic Church. His constant protests resulted in becoming an outlaw by the Holy Roman Emperor.