William Flur Gender: "Who knows, who knows? Perhaps if you're lucky I'll let you find out~" Age: "Hmm, I try not to think about those kinds of things. Gives you wrinkles in the corners of your eyes if you stress over those details~"Alignment: "Well, I've never been a fan of people telling me what to do~ And I'm certainly not a bad person... Yes, I suppose I could be considered Chaotic Good! That sounds nice~"
The Descendant of Flowers
Rank: Objective for the Grail: "Well, I have heard stories that Galahad went to Avalon to meet with King Arthur when he obtained the Holy Grail. So I suppose if I were to obtain one, I would wish to go to Avalon as well! I've always wanted to meet the legendary King of Britain~ Maybe I could even meet Merlin as well, I've heard his home is in Avalon as well!"Personality: "How does one describe oneself? Hmm, I would say I'm a very carefree person, but also someone who cares a lot about the things that matter. One who forever searches for Avalon, yet knows not the path they take. I love the people I know, but I don't really care for people as a whole. I guess I'm a bit of a hypocrite in the end, that's the kind of person I am~!"Biography: "Oh, you want to know more about me? Well let's see, I was born some time ago in the family castle in Britain. I was taught the Flur family Magecraft, passed down from generation to generation to me. I went to school at the Clocktower for a bit, I got top marks in all my classes even though I didn't try very hard. But this is all boring stuff that anybody would know about me, let's think of something more interesting... Ah, I know!
Now we say we're descended from the legendary Magus of Flowers, Merlin. But Mr Interviewer, I need to tell you a secret~ The truth is, we're just a bunch of pretenders who tried to recreate his Illusionism. I found a really old book in our basement from the fourth generation, we've been pretending for hundreds of years that we're descended from Merlin himself! At some point things got all muddled and we started to believe it too, how embarrassing is that? Now I personally think we've done a very good job of pretending to be Merlin, but I'm sure that if I were to see the real thing then I would just get super depressed about it, kind of like a feeling of "Wow, what's the point of even trying if the real thing is so much better!" so I'd rather not summon Merlin for real."
Magic Circuit Switch:
The smell of lilac petals on the breeze.Number of Magic Circuits:
BQuality of Magic Circuits:
General Magecraft: Something that every student who's attended the Clocktower would know, only the most inept and dullbrained of Magus wouldn't know these most basic of basics.
Pursuit of Avalon(Illusionism): The Flur family Magecraft honed for generations, a comprehensive attempt to replicate the legendary Magecraft of the Magus of Flowers, Merlin. While Merlin is a once in a lifetime genius born of royal blood and the blood of an Incubus, one who's Magecraft could never be fully replicated, the Flur family has done a fine job in creating their facsimile of his work. Powerful Illusions that can trick even the most experienced of Magus if unprepared, this Magecraft uses flowers and the wind to trick foes into believing whatever the user wants them to believe as they recreate Avalon in the world around them. These illusions are of course heavily limited by the user's own imagination and creativity, even the slightest flaw can cause the whole thing to fall apart to an astute observer. Thankfully, William is quite the prodigy regarding the family Magecraft, taking their illusions to a whole other level beyond what the last heir could ever dream of achieving.
Wind Magecraft: One of the arts learned while beginning their Pursuit of Avalon, the Flur family spent many years learning to frolic with the ever wistful winds, carefully coercing them to do their bidding and lend a hand when asked. Manipulation of winds on a great scale is possible using Wind Magecraft, including whipping up storms of dust to obscure retreat, forming barriers of wind to redirect projectiles, and even deadly invisible blades of wind to cut apart foes if in a pinch.Magic Crest:
A Crest originating around the times of Arturian legend, it would be safe to assume that this family has endured for around 1600 years should the word of the Flur family be taken seriously. Equipment:
The Stone and Ring of Eluned The Fortunate: A ring of silver with myriad runes carved along it, a treasure said to have been possessed by Merlin himself and one of the Flur family's most significant proofs that they are descended from the devilish incubus. This ring hides the magical presence of a Magus so long as they wear it, but it does not grant true invisibility. This is a rather moot point considering the Flur family's Magecraft, but it is worth nothing nonetheless.
The Staff of Merlin: A staff carved from ancient gnarled oak, the Flur family claims this is the staff that Merlin himself used when performing as King Arthur's court Magus. While such claims may or may not be true, what is certain is that this is a staff with powerful Mystery. The Flur family would mainly use it for empowering their Illusions and strengthening their roots to the world, William however tends to use it as something to lean on when he gets tired of standing for too long.
Mantle of Merlin: A rather simple Mystic Code in comparison to William's other two possessions, this cloak produces mass amounts of flowers and petals of William's choosing to be used for his family Magecraft.
Wallet of Gwendolyn: An ancient wallet of the oldest leather, enchanted to magically store great amounts of paper bills and cards of plastic... It's really just a wallet William bought at a gift shop when he realized his old wallet looked ugly.Exceptional Benefit:???