|Age:||39 (at time of death)|
Fara Locken was the Queen of Libaterra and co-ruled with her husband, King Samiel Locken. She was a member of the House of Locken and mother Shyla Locken. Fara perished with her husband in an ambush set up by mysterious attackers, but managed to see their daughter being taken to safety before passing away.
Fara Locken was born to the House of Locken and was a cousin of Samiel Locken. She married Samiel, becoming the Queen of Libaterra in the process, and eventually gave birth to their daughter Shyla Locken.
While they were returning from their summer estate in Reign at the end of the summer, the Lockens were ambushed by a group of attackers identifying themselves as Rebels. Although several attackers perished in the resulting battle, so did the Lockens' bodyguards. Despite Samiel's heroic efforts to protect his family, he and Fara were ultimately fatally wounded before the attackers fled.
Samiel entrusted the infant Shyla to his advisor and friend Theo who had barely survived the ambush, ordering him to take her safely back to the capital. Fara urged Theo to take care of Shyla to the best of his abilities, which the old servant promised. Theo exchanged brief words with Samiel before departing with Shyla.
Fara grieved while Samiel did his best to comfort her. She died of her wounds in his arms with her last thought being about her daughter.
Aliases and Nicknames
- Queen of Libaterra
- Her title.
She had brown hair and was clad in blue, regal robes.
Personality and Traits
Kind-hearted. She loved her family very much.
Powers and Abilities
She was an average cleric.
Fara loved her husband Samiel very much. She stood by his side to the very end.
Fara was devastated when she had to part from Shyla but she understood that her child's survival mattered more than anything else.
Fara entrusted Shyla to the hands of the family friend Theo and urged him to return her safely to the capital. Theo fulfilled the dying queen's final wish.
House of Locken
Born: 948 AE Died: 987 AE
|Queen of Libaterra
968 AE – 987 AE