And so the second compilation arrives, along with one surprise character at the end:
The Dragon Knight - Rusha
Few remember the Age of the Dragons, when the great serpents ruled the skies and the earth, and even the water down under. During that forgotten period, there was a group of early humans who had found a way to become one with the dragons, and even ride them as mounts. The Dragon Knights were the conquerors of the world, and nothing could rival their greatness. The dragons eventually died from fighting and killing one another, until they dwindled to the mere few today. Naturally, the Dragon Knights also dwindled in numbers, until the art of the Dragon Knights faded into nothingness. One of them however, was a victim of a rare glitch in Time when he used a Glyph of transport, and he found himself brought forward to the current age - he had traveled through Time itself! Rusha slowly struggled his way to fit into the new world, and finally found his calling in the form of a modern day adventurer, his Dragon Knight arts an invaluable asset.
Recommended Figurine: Eliam
The Vampire - Valerie
An unholy spawn of two vampires from a High Society vampiric clan known as Darkblood, Valerie was never human. However, unlike her food, Valerie is more human inside than them, and her cold skin hides a warm heart yearning for something she cannot quite yet understand. One day, she will be fated to meet the one person who will share her life, and she will be complete. For now, she prowls the darkness of dungeons, using her vampiric powers to do good.
Recommended Figurine: Tahlia
The Persian Prince - Dastan
A great warrior whose agility precedes himself, Dastan was not born a prince. He had learnt to survive on the deadly streets of Persia until Destiny finally called out to him and made him a Prince. He possesses the Dagger of Time, and though limited in its powers, he can on occasion control the flow of Time and reverse it in short bursts to turn things in his favour.
Recommended Figurine: Aurim
The God Warrior - Kellos
There was a time when Kellos was mortal, and his presence was felt throughout the lands. His countless adventures and journeys reaped treasures worthy of even the gods. His sheer strength was so great that when he eventually disappeared, people suspected that he entered into godhood since someone like him could not have died. Today, though Kellos is no longer around, an entire religion has emerged to worship him, and on occasion, a very rare treasure of his will turn up somewhere to save another adventurer's life.
Recommended Figurine: Lord Hawthorne/ Laughing Buldar