Oh ho! You caught the fact that I’ve been putting off his story. Though once I asked him about what happened to him, he started talking a lot. The only reason I put off answering this one is because his story ended up being so integral to the main plot, I had to go back and see the other timelines. He also seemed to be hiding a lot of depression as well.
So! Some random trivia about Christian…
In his OC universe, he has always been into gymnastics. His events are floor and rings. His love of gymnastics carries on to his martial arts style where he uses gymnastics as evasion maneuvers to get around his opponents. But on RO, since he’s an armor-wearing class, I have no idea whether he’d still practice gymnastics. Even though he’s less armored than other Royal Guards, can you imagine him doing the iron cross?
Anyway, let’s see how much I can dance around spoilers. I apologise that this is fairly morbid.
Probably the only reason why I’m still attached to Luc is because of Suikoden 1 and 2. But I can see where he was coming from.
I have a soft spot for strategic/tactical characters. For me, Lelouch made Code Geass. Moreso than being the main character, he had drive and charisma. He was a real refreshing break from the main characters who succeed with only guts, perseverance and the ~*power of friendship*~ that prevails over any tactic the opponent has.
Here you go!
I admit that the only things that sustained my interest in BoF4 were the battle system, Fou Lou’s story and this guy. Even though Scias never played much of a role in the game as far as I remember, I liked him a lot. Maybe it’s because he’s the subversion of the typical deep, poetic, brooding samurai. Gotta love a guy whose primary concern is a chicken’s welfare when war is breaking out.
Fuu really stands out in a series that primarily shows women as second class, as it was back then. Feisty and brave in front of adversary, yet genuinely kind. Even though she’s not a fighter in germs of martial arts, she’s a fighter in spirit. I really respect that. Besides, I can’t resist Kawasumi Ayako.