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Agelum are an immortal Angel-like species, living in Innworld.

Physiology[edit | edit source]

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Agelum have a humanoid appearance, with white or pale hair, regardless of skin tone,[1] but with a taller figure than a Human, and having more than one pupil in each eye, like having two pupils in one eye and three in the other. Their blood has a light blue coloring.[2]

Physical Qualities[edit | edit source]

Strength[edit | edit source]

They been shown to be extremely strong as Uzine was able to hit an extremely fast baseball to hit a tree, and promptly exploded it and a part of the tree, and Gadrea was able to hold Rhisveri's fake Human body in place, which is stronger than a regular Human, without budging.[1]

Speed[edit | edit source]

They can move extremely fast as Uzine was able to swing and hit a baseball enchanted with speed magic.[1]

Senses - Eyesight[edit | edit source]

They able to see and process something moving so fast that it could flashes across the ground.[1]

They can see through an [Invisibility] spell.[1]

Lifespan[edit | edit source]

They are naturally immortal.

Diet[edit | edit source]

For sustenance, they need to absorb or bask in a mortal's happiness. As such when they are near mortals who are content, thriving, in passion, Agelum live.[2]

It is believed that this sustenance prosses doesn't work the same way others harvest emotions from people, like [Witches] or other such classes or monsters.[2]

Magical Qualities[edit | edit source]

They are not as skilled at magic as their Lucifen cousins,[2] but it is currently unknown if this means that they are naturally inclined towards magic or not.

Special Abilities[edit | edit source]

Warform[edit | edit source]

Like the Lucifen, Agelum can activate a Warform, which changes their bodies and empowers them. They cannot maintain them for an extended amount of time, however.[3]

Weaknesses[edit | edit source]

Poor Health[edit | edit source]

For reasons unknown, they have fragile health which renders them weak and bedridden, being unable to stand and simply walk for prolonged period of time without collapsing while bleeding soon after. Still again for reasons unknown their health had been slightly improving.[2]

Classless[edit | edit source]

They are unable to obtain levels and classes.

Behavior and Culture[edit | edit source]

Agelum are passionate, full of life, and embrace their emotions. Despite their frail bodies, they wish to exert themselves and live life to the fullest. They're known for meddling in the lives of mortals, instilling them with passion and conviction, pouring their affection and attention into them and training them to become figures of renown and champions. However, some of the mortals snap, and there is no middle ground in the result.[2][1]

History[edit | edit source]

Agelum were the guardians of Diotria. Some still reside there, but all Agelum have forgotten that they used to be servants of the Gods.[4]

They used to be called The Glorious Host. At one point, they lived in Erribathe. The Goblin King Curulac hunted them down during his hundred days of war and killed many of them, slaying all those that had lived during the Creler Wars. This caused them to leave Erribathe,[5] and make peace with the similarly affected Lucifen and unite with them under one house.

House Shoel would join Ailendamus.

Relations[edit | edit source]

Lucifen[edit | edit source]

They and the Lucifen used to be at odds in the past. Now, Agelum have a close relationship with the Lucifen, as they refer to each other as cousins and help each other, even live together as one family.[2]

Mortals[edit | edit source]

Agelum push mortals to live louder, with conviction and passion. They pour their attention and affection into them, resulting in the mortals going on adventures. Many die young, some become figures of renown, and some snap. There is no middle ground.[2]

Known Members[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

The leader of the Glorious Host is referred to as the Visionary.[6]

References[edit | edit source]