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Under 26[1]




Chandrar International





First Appearance

Rémi is an Earther from Canada, that was teleported to Innworld. He is a [Journalist], covering stories in Chandrar under the pseudonym Rémi Canada.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Rémi has tanned skin from living in Chandrar, though it is apparent that he is not native to the continent. He has grey-violet eyes, thanks to his Skill [Eyes of Personality], [2] and his hair is light green.[3] He has bite marks on his face from a zombie attack during the Winter Solstice.[4]

Personality[edit | edit source]

As a [Journalist], Rémi is driven to find a newsworthy story and to reveal the unbiased truth behind certain matters. Rémi is persistent when it comes to pursuing a story, shown by his willingness to remain in an active warzone to report coverage on the war against Tiqr, and spending weeks tracking down Nsiia Oliphant and Ksmvr in the middle of the desert. Despite multiple assassination attempts, he is unafraid to report the truth no matter the public opinion, and is determined to make the news more than a propaganda tool. He is concerned with journalistic ethics and standards, having decided to forgo using truth spells in his news organization in favor of eyewitness accounts.[4] However, he can be somewhat careless at times, such as when he tried introducing Quidditch to the world, which resulted in the death of a [Carpet Rider].[5]

Background[edit | edit source]

A resident from Canada, Rémi was transported to Chandrar with eighteen other people from one of Earth's airports. After wandering the desert, the group reached A'ctelios Salash. Fifteen of Rémi's companions entered, while Rémi and two others chose to leave the place as soon as possible.[1]

Chronology[edit | edit source]

Volume 6:[edit | edit source]

During the Tiqr conflict, Rémi reported the true end of the Laughing Brigade shortly before Tiqr's fall.[6]

He was hiding among the forces of Magus-Crafter Femithain during that campaign.[7]

Volume 7:[edit | edit source]

Rémi later appeared in Levrhine to broadcast both sides of the war between Belchan and Reim. He was assisted by a female Garuda in his journalistic endeavors there. He even provided the footage that Wistram provided to the world via commentary from Noass and Sir Relz, and was the one who dubbed King Raelt as the ‘King of Duels’ at the end.[8]

He proposed the idea of establishing a new newspaper to some influential people in Chandrar, in order to diversify the reported news from Izril's and Wistram's bias.[9]

Volume 8:[edit | edit source]

Several weeks after Ksmvr set Nsiia Oliphant free from her imprisonment in Illivere , Rémi tracked them down and began following them with the goal of showing the world Antinium were more than mindless insects.[2] With a modified scrying device, he recorded a series of documentaries about Ksmvr, which was highly successful worldwide.

Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]

Classes/Levels:[edit | edit source]

  • [Frontline Journalist] Lv. ?[9]
    • Advanced from [Journalist]

Skills:[edit | edit source]

  • [Confidential Sources]
  • [Expeditious Traveller]
  • [Eyes of Personality]
  • [Follow the Story]
  • [Impartial Observer]

Equipment[edit | edit source]

  • Smartphone
  • Scrying Mirror

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Quotes[edit | edit source]

  • (In a reportage) I will attempt to journey to Oliphant to report on the end of Tiqr, although I fear my articles have now attracted a bounty on my own head.
  • (To his Garuda assistant) “Stop whispering during the filming. And this isn’t over.”
  • (To audience & Noass) “The King of Duels. The Duelist King.
  • (To investors) “The thing is—Wistram does not own a monopoly on the news. Give me the resources and I will make a newspaper for Chandrar. Izril is not the center of the world. Nor is Wistram. And multiple newspapers are an inevitability.”
  • (Missive to Drassi) There will never be a second time, once you take them down in public. Make it count; they’ll learn after this.

References[edit | edit source]