Overview

William G. Maryblood (ウィリアム・G・マリーブラッド Wiriamu G Marīburaddo?) is the protagonist of The Faraway Paladin series.

He is a lone human from the City of the Dead, born with vague memories of a past life and raised by a group of undead until the age of adulthood, he swore an oath to Gracefeel and leaves the city in search for adventure and civilisation while he restores the faith of his guardian deity.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

He is a young adult male from the race of humans, his hair was described as chestnut brown and his eyes as deep blue green, however, the illustrations from both the light novel and manga series depict his hair and eyes in differently.

His soul and body was infused with divine dragon factor after he bathed in the blood of the dragon he slew, it doesn't seem to have any affect on his appearance nor lifespan.

Personality[edit | edit source]

To be added later.

Background[edit | edit source]

He was brought to the City of the Dead when he was a newborn by demons with the intent to be sacrificed to break the seal on the High King. He was found by a group of undead and raised by them. These three undead Blood, Mary, and Augustus.

William recalls that he had a previous life in Japan which he can only vaguely remember certain events and common knowledge, his past life becomes his determination to live lead a proper and fulfilled life.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The Boy in the City of the Dead[edit | edit source]

To be added later.

The Archer of Beast Woods[edit | edit source]

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The Lord of the Rust Mountains[edit | edit source]

To be added later.

The Torch Port Ensembles[edit | edit source]

To be added later.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Words of Creation

  • Flammo Ignis - creates flames
  • Acceleratio - increases speed
  • Maxima Acceleratio - increases speed multifold
  • Currere Oleum - creates a thick layer of grease
  • Cadere Araneum - creates a sticky spiderweb-like net
  • Tacere, os - enforces silence
  • Vastare - creates a vortex of destruction
  • Omnia Vanitas Erasus - negates spells
  • Verba volant : Tonitrus - creates a single bolt of lightning
  • Verba volant : conciliat, sequitur : Tonitrus Araneum - creates a fork of lightning
  • Ligatur, nodus, obligatio - stiffen movement
  • Lumen - makes an object emit light
  • Sagitta Flammeum - creates a flaming arrow
  • Eliminare vermes, eliminare insecta - wards off insects
  • Discede - a strong mental effect that causes a flight impulse
  • Pallida mors aequo pulsat pede pauperum tabernas regumque turres: Damnatio memoriae - Entity Obliteration, complete erasure from the world
  • Solis ortus - calls forth a miniature sun from Calldawn's blade

Benediction

  • Divine Torch - grants repose and guidance to the souls of the dead
  • Cure Illness - cures diseases
  • Close Wounds - heals cuts and minor injuries
  • Sanctuary - raises a huge wall of light around a certain vicinity
  • Sacred Shield - a wall of light that negates spells and benedictions
  • Full Recovery - cures wounds, curses and diseases alike
  • Preservation - prevents rot
  • Anti-poison - grants increased resistance to poisons
  • Antidote - cures poisoning
  • Detoxification - removes alcohol from the bloodstream
  • Sanity - recovery from confusion
  • Purification - removes impurities and pollutants

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • His favorite weapon is a spear named Pale Moon.
  • During his fifteen winter solstice, he choose Gracefeel as his guardian deity swearing a strong oath towards her gaining her protection.
  • His heroic tales have given him the title the Faraway Paladin.
  • His body was exposed to dragon's blood, increasing his overall physical strength, body durability and word affinity.
  • Pale Moon was seriously damaged and could only be repaired as a shorten dagger. William later gifted the dagger to Glen.
  • William confessed his love towards Gracefeel. It is unknown whether the feelings are mutual or one-sided.

References[edit | edit source]

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