Damian Resta
Status: Dead
Age: 28 (at time of death)
Race: Human
Gender: Male
Class: Warrior
Nation: Libaterra
Faction: Akai Tora
Era: Third Age

Damian Resta was one of the founding members of the Akai Tora although he never bothered to become as prominent a leader as Hiroshi Takamoto. He became more bitter after he lost a good friend in a battle against the demons. He was killed by demons who came to retake Vulpengaard Keep. Before his death he managed to help the Fellowship of Maar Sul escape from the prison held by the Akai Tora.


Early YearsEdit

Born in Lutherin, Damian Resta had little to no aptitude in magic. Frustrated by this fact in a city of mages, he left to Maar Sul City. There he joined the army that eventually joined the Grand Alliance. After the events occuring with the Godslayer, he was one of the founding members of the new Akai Tora, but because of his low aptitude and ambition, never became famous because of it. He lost his only friend in 1017 AE and was depressed ever since.

Godslayer EraEdit

Echoes of WarEdit

More info later.

A Crimson DawnEdit

More info later.


Damian went into battle and faced the assaulting Southern Horde forces. He took on a huge flying demon and beat it but fell down to his death with it.

Aliases and NicknamesEdit

What some called him.


About 180 cm tall, 155 pounds, roughly built. Strong, but not bulky. Dark hair.

Personality and TraitsEdit

He seemed rather short with people, but had a good heart. The war, however, got to him.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Damian was good at using spears.


Hiroshi TakamotoEdit

Although Damian respected Hiroshi, the loss of his friend made him rather angry at Hiroshi. The two never managed to make things up because Damian was killed in battle.

Samachi NomuraEdit

Damian and Samachi got along in the same way as Damian and Hiroshi did. They spoke rarely because they were often on different campaigns, but nevertheless the two respected each other.

See alsoEdit

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