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Ambrey
Character Bio

A third generation Dio'Xuan, she's grown up in the wastelands of this ancient land knowing only the darkness it has to offer. She's been a Hiep for as long as she can remember, travelling with her parents on dangerous missions, slaying ancient beasts and crawling through ruins and dungeons in the hopes of striking gold.

Five years ago, both her parents were caught in a cave-in while they were investigating an anonymous tip about a wealth beyond mortal comprehension. She survived after a sprained ankle forced her to retreat into the open. She believes that a rival Hiep is behind this but is unwilling to do anything for reasons unknown to anyone but herself.

Having been brought up in Dio'Xua, she is untouched by the Millennia War, she knows not who these Tiens are, nor does she care. A Hiep cares but for the gold that fills their pockets, that's what her mother used to say...

She is now apart of a small Hiep group who travel from town to town in the hopes of making the big score and living the high life. She is a skilled fighter and has been asked many times to join more powerful clans but has refused to work under anyone but Latyan.

The only people she trusts now is the two close friends who make up the sum of the small band of Hiep.

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