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Meryl Pioneer

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MerylIcon.png Meryl Pioneer
Age 83
Sex Female
Race Empyrean
Affiliation N/A
Occupation One of the Seven Shards of Empyrean; Adventurer
Alias N/A
Location Zelva: Adventurer's Guild
Foreign Name(s) N/A
Likeability N/A

Meryl Pioneer is one of the Seven Shards of Empyrean, and is part of the Adventurer's Guild. She can be found in the Adventurer's Guild in Zelva.


A descendant of Hauts-de-louis, one of the Seven Meisters. Meryl was expected to inherit the will of her ancestors, but the pressure and expectations proved to be too much for her, and she ran away from home.

Years later, she would eventually return and study Machine Engineering. She was able to achieve great success and became a member of the Seven Shards.

She is the person who discovered the talents of Melvin and Naen. She also tried to stop Gizel from leaving the Seven Shards, but was unable to prevent him from joining the Kartel.

After it became possible to travel between Arad and Empyrean, she went on an adventure to learn about new cultures. During her travels, she met the “Great Adventurer Karakas” and they became close friends.

When she heard the news that Anton had fallen and that the location of the Castle of the Dead has been discovered. Meryl did not hesitate to pack her bags and go on to yet another adventure.




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  • You little brats can't seem to keep your mouth shut. Listen quietly when your elders speak to you. Hmph, youngsters these days are so disrespectful.
  • You idiot, do you think that really makes sense? Fine, then just try to put your feet on top of your head and roll. You know how crazy that looks? That's how crazy you sound!


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  • Meryl's name originates from Irish origins, being an Anglicized form of Muirgheal with muir, "sea", and geal, "bright".



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