#8 Gillian Rohcha

| November 10, 2011 | 0 Comments

There are a few things about Gillian Rohcha that catch the eye.  Her height–she’s rather tall for an Elven woman; her snow-white hair–which is very, very rare among her people; her charming, almost cheerful demeanor, and the very large black sword she carries.

And yes, Gillian can handle the sword very well.  It’s enabled her to take down opponents much larger than her.  Most would be surprised that she feels the sword–a gift from a popular Elven leader–is rather light, and she worries about breaking the thing by accident (but that’s not going to happen, since the sword is nigh indestructible).

As a deputized “Guardian” of the Investigator’s Guild, Gillian is the bodyguard and beloved companion of Elgren Fenris.  The two have had several adventures together, investigating incidents out of the ordinary and also studying the ancient ruins left by the “First People”–the advanced civilization that existed thousands of years ago, only to vanish seemingly overnight, leaving their buildings and strange technology behind.

While preparing to investigate the ruins near the city of Drannin, Gillian and Elgren met and befriended the trio of Dawn Shryer, Chessie Ilvanis, and Aaron Falkirk.  A new adventure is about to begin….

Category: 2011, Fantasy, Manga

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Hello everyone, I'm Marc McKenzie, and this is my second year taking part in of this challenge. I've been a freelancer for the past few years, working in animation and creating commissioned work for clients including the New York Times. There have been ups and downs, but...that's life. Honestly, though, I enjoyed taking part in the challenge last year, and I hope to do my best this year...but I hope that everyone does their best and has fun! Ironically, I never really set out to do art at first. I studied something completely different in college and it was only because of an art teacher that I changed gears. Currently I'm living in Hillsborough, New Jersey, working on commissions, trying to find full-time work, and being a doting uncle to my niece.

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