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Unnamed Mercenary

A Garlean through and though, he knows he was born and raised in Garlemald, but is unable ot remember much of his childhood and later live. The memories of battle have been etched into his mind, unable to be forgotten. He is very aware he previously fought for the Garlean Empire, and does not necessarily feel wrong in doing so. Why wouldn't he be loyal to one's own home? After sustaining an injury that prevented him from being active in the military, he assumed he went back to living a quieter life in the country, with his wife and daughter who are of utmost importance to him. He doesn't remember much about his past, but at some point, he found himself in the desert, with no knowledge of who he was, left to die. Managing to survive, he established a life as a mercenary around Ul'dah, and mainly survived off of jobs deemed unfit for the levemete. There was a period of time after where he appeared to have settled down and lived a more normal life. After some events that happened in Ul'dah, he left the city and joined The Coral Sea, based in Limsa Lominsa's Mist. He had taken residence there for a while, coming to enjoy the more laid-back culture, assisting them with their jobs. More recent issues have caused a distance, and the man has returned to Ul'dah once again to resume mercenary work. He sees himself as unfit for social contact with many those he may hold dear. Despite being Garlean and having no formal knowledge or training with magic, he has found himself in a situation where he is able to use it, only knowing it is somehow linked to his past.

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