Once upon a time, there was an angel fighting to defend the land against a rising swell of evil. Increased monster populations, greed and evil in the hearts of men, and general chaos. Gabriel fought to protect as many as he could. His adventures led him all over the world of Revaliir. Everything seemed endless until one day, Gabriel was overwhelmed. When he came to, he was being tended by the most beautiful woman he had ever seen.
She was a water nymph named Elithia. As with many stories which start out this way, the pair fell in love. Still defending the realm from evils, his love was with him, helping any way she could, even if it meant just healing injuries after battle. Eventually, Elithia found herself with child, and together, they couldn’t be happier. While I wish I could say the pair lived happily ever after, this was not to be the case.
Elithia gave birth to twin girls. As they began to grow, the parents noticed something majorly different about them. While Ramiel seemed strong and defiant like her father, Raziel was small and frail. To protect her, the pair deemed it necessary to take Raziel to Zets’ki Cradle, where the half angels there could help care for their daughter. Gabriel took Ramiel, and began traveling the world with her, continuing his quest with the promise of returnning home to his wife one day.
Ninety years later… That day never came, and Raziel only grew up with stories of her father’s heroic deeds. Ramiel heard of her mother’s beauty and how she saved their father. The twins had not received any stories about each other. Until… Elithia fell ill. Her mission to Raziel was this: Find Rammy and Gabe, and bring them to Zets’ki, to bid Elithia goodbye one last time.
About 100, but looks 25; timelessRace:
Silky lavender hair reaching just above her hips.Eyes:
Beautifully large steel greySkin:
70-75 lbs (Not including wings)Body type:
Hourglass; leanMagic type:
Earthen & HolyOther distinguishing features:
Blind, proportionate white wings usually folded against her back. Always wearing a necklace Ensarrian gave herPersonality:
At first, this small angel is often overlooked, easily getting lost in a crowded area. Shy and timid are her first impressions. Peel back those layers, and you’ll find an admirable, sweet soul. Sensitive to the needs of others, once Raziel determines someone needs her assistance, she will not rest until she believes she has succeeded. While she smiles easy, there is a wall she keeps erected around her heart, afraid that someone would easily take advantage of her disadvantage.Relationships:
Ramiel: Twin sister
Nelanna: good acquaintance
Fenriz: Beloved friend
Frey: Undecided acquaintance
Hiro: Seems nice, but just an acquaintance
Ensarrian: Adopted as "Brother Mine"
Sanyi: Friend and personal body guard.Skills:
~By feel and scent, Raziel has learned to identify many different plants and herbs.
~Due to her need to feel plants, she has spent over seventy years building an immunity to most poisons.
~Through the earth, Raziel can sense people around her. It’s harder for her to “see” anything in the air.
After being spirited away to Zets’Ki Cradle, Raziel led a sheltered life. Born blind, her mother hovered over her. Around the age of five, it quickly became apparent that the half angle had a natural talent for herbology. This gave her a safe, warm place to spend much of her days. With the gardeners in the greenhouses, Raziel drank their knowledge like a sponge.
Despite her disability, she flourished, guided by her mother to be a helping soul. For many years, nothing very eventful had happened. The angel learned much about Reverie and the origins of the world and believed her role was to heal those who suffered in it. If anyone was to ask Raziel of her past, she would say it was as plain as anyone can expect. Until the Reverie Ball, that is.
At the ball, so many visitors came, and it almost overwhelmed the little angel. Yet, she felt invigorated and the seed of desire blossomed. For months after, she tried to convince her mother to allow her to go. It wasn’t until Elithia fell ill that Raziel’s request was granted. Conflicted with the desire to stay with her mother, Raziel felt butterflies of excitement and uncertainty in her stomach as she took her first steps outside of town for the first time in almost 90 years.