Bard of Space (strandedkamo)
Personality: Someone who’s likely spontaneous and somewhat eccentric. Would have a either a sort of immaturity about them or a strict seriousness.
Player Role: A guide to the other players away from innocence to prepare them for the extremes of the game.
Abilities: Invites destruction of physical form or mass.
Sylph of Time (littlestarprincess)
Personality: Easy-going, calm, but strong in what they believe in or when a point needs to be made. Probably receptive to others’ - particularly, authority figures’ - opinions or imput. Otherwise, independent.
Player Role: Corrector of mistakes that would put the session into an offshoot timeline and a guide away from them to the other players.
Abilities: “Healing” of damage done to the timelines. (Patching up Lord English’s coat, to put into perspective.)
Maid of Void (mthirtyone)
Personality: Likely nosy on some level or another, but protective of their own buisness. Generally nurturing in the case of others’ issues, disregarding privacy to uncover them.
Player Role: A teacher in the “function” of the void or a creator of void as protection or security for other players.
Abilities: Pick and choosing of spots to obscure from even omniscient eyes.
Seer of Void (necromant, subject-unrelated)
[I just want to mention that this is one of my favorite titles due to the opposition of the pair and the opportunity for alliteration.]
Personality: Extremely creative, although reserved to their own interests or intentions. may be somewhat obsessive over a particular subject.
Player Role: An all-seeing informant able to view into the veils of the void.
Abilities: Sight beyond sight, even in the unseen.
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