Flynn ScifoSeries: Tales of VesperiaCharacter Age:
21Canon: Terca Lumireis is a land infested with monsters, making barriers a necessity in order to ensure the safety of the people. Unfortunately, while the Imperial Knights function as the second keepers of peace of the Empire, they are more focused on the nobles and their own agendas than caring about the less fortunate. That is where our hero Yuri Lowell comes in, to save the world, and while he's doing this, there is someone within the knights ready to make a difference.
That person is Flynn Scifo, a commoner who joined the knights, and gained the title of Commandant through his hard work. Brave, stubborn, and kind-hearted, Flynn is very polite, calm and respectful of others at all times. Despite this, he's ready to lecture people at the drop of a hat without even realizing it. While Flynn has a strong sense of justice, he chooses to stick to the law no matter what, since he prefers to work toward changing any unfair laws rather than breaking them. However, he always helps those in need to the point of becoming reckless in their behalf.Sample Post:
Good morning, citizens of Camp Fuck You Die. My name is Flynn Scifo, Commandant of the Imperial Knights, and I'm here after being asked for assistance by your humble Director. Miss Sayre has filled me in about camp's rules and its purpose, but she was concerned about maintaining its order and to ensure peace. In order to achieve that, she has requested me to train her knights and bust their morale. That is where you all come into play.
As a knight, it's imperative to be always on top of everything. It's not just about courage, following orders or looking after the fulfillment of the law, but to understand the people and to ensure their happiness. When they are aware of their concerns and problems, it is only then that a knight becomes one. That's why I've taken the liberty to gather all the information I could possibly need of its citizens, of everything you might need to fulfil your job properly. I will begin with one of my biggest concerns: I was informed that some of the campers, and even counselors, have showed an undeniable displeasure towards the barrier. Regardless of how surprising that is, it is
necessary to make public its importance and why it is needed. Yes, attempting to damage it will only result on becoming an animal or something else, however that's only a precaution to prevent everyone from getting hurt. After all, not only is this barrier is powerful, there are strong monsters roaming outside as well. Those are completely different from those inside the barrier, I assure you. Because the monsters within the barrier are friendly by comparison, like every one of you, that aim to protect the people instead of hurting them. Besides, it's that barrier that's keeping evil dictators outside, and make it clear she is thinking of the citizens' security.
But people's displeasure doesn't end there. Which is worrying because Miss Sayre does nothing more than caring about her citizens, so it'd be beneficial for them to be aware of her noble work. I'm sure it's been just a matter of misinformation that can be easily fixed, so be sure to listen up. The gorillas have been especially trained to wake people up in the morning, allowing them to enjoy an early start every day. That could be see as something negative, however discipline is always important. She also provides food for the less able on Tuesday, offering an alternative for those people that need it. And if I might add, I assume your group gets a lot of benefits from this. Finally, the ban on sugar is a good prevention, since sugar can rot teeth. Now we only have the no-sex rule left. That one is self-explanatory, isn't it? Preventing people from having sex brings several advantages I don't feel necessary to mention, but it only reinforces my stance concerning Miss Sayre. And if they break that rule, those would get the option to . . . get in touch with nature. It'd even be educational, since that's a one life opportunity.
Fellow knights, now I urge you all to understand what it is you will be upholding and protecting. Because that's what being a knight is all about.