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Alaera Luakay
Character Bio

At the age of ten, she left the monk sanctuary to complete the trials that a Luakay monk must under go in order to become a master of the arts.

Youngest to ever reach this level, many in the sanctuary thought that she would be the one to lead them against the Tiens when the time would come.

Travelling through the mountains that act as a natural defence against invaders, she gained great powers at the many temples that litter the pilgrimage road.

Two years had passed when she finally finished the trials of Luakay, something many whispered would take this child twenty. She hurried home to her parents with the great mark embedded on her shoulder, but when she arrived, the sanctuary was in ruins. It seemed as though it had been as such for generations. With nowhere to call home, she was forced to wander the land as a Hiep, though none would trust a mere child with important tasks.

After a month of near starvation, she thought it was time for her to join her family, but a Hiep heard of her tale and tracked her down in time to save her. It was obviously fate toying with her, as it often does.

This was four years ago and she's stayed with her savior ever since with only the mark and her skills to remember her family by...

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