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Flos Reimarch


[Death Commander]



First Appearance

Chapter 7.10 K

Ytol is the [Death Commander] of the Rustängmarder.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

His right arm, right leg and right eye are missing, which is why he moves around on a crutch. He has a bleak look in his eyes, pitiless and empty, except when he may look at his liege, Flos.[1]

Personality[edit | edit source]

He is ever committed to the Rustängmarder, and recently felt honored to be dismembered in order to fulfill his duty to Flos Reimarch.

Background[edit | edit source]

The Rustängmarder were contracted to fight for another master (located to the East of Reim) when Flos woke up. When Flos regained his strength and held himself against the hostility of entire Chandrar, the Rustängmarder eventually decided to send him help. For that reason, Ytol deserted from their current employer early, leading 200 Rustängmarder [Soldiers] to the Kingdom of Reim, also escorting the Nomads of the Sky to Flos.[1]

Chronology[edit | edit source]

Ytol's company of the Rustängmarder rejoined Flos' kingdom at the start of the first summer after Flos woke up.[2] 80 Rustängmarder accompanied Flos to Belchan, where Ytol took command of Flos' infantry.[1] Their first major fight after rejoining Flos was against Manticores in Belchan[3] Next, they participated in Flos' campaign against Belchan itself, seeing action in the battle of Viadem's pass.[4]

Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]

Classes/Levels:[edit | edit source]

  • [Death Commander] Lv. ? (derived from [Death Soldier] and/or [Necromancer])

Skills:[edit | edit source]

  • [Formation: Reinforced Armor]
  • [Fortified Shields]
  • [Immobile Ranks]
  • [Interception Fire]
  • [Rapid Retreat]
  • [Redirect Arrows]
  • [Spellward Shields]
  • [Steel Curtain Formation]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Quotes[edit | edit source]

  • (To Flos) “Half for desertion, my [King]. That is always the price. I was only grateful it was I who bore my company’s sins. Otherwise we could not fight for you. [...] Desertion is desertion. But I would give up my other half to honor our oath. When our contract ends, we will all come. But it pained us to honor one vow and forsake the other. So. I above others was chosen for the honor.”

References[edit | edit source]