2018/10/15

Character Data: Sekaino Megami

Time for a new twist on the Combat Frame data posts I've been making in the run up to XSeed's launch. Now that Ashion 101, the third artist in my international team of publishing experts, has furnished the series' inaugural character drawing, it's my pleasure to present the first Combat Frame XSeed character profile: Sekaino Megami.

Sekaino Megami

Coalition Security Director Sanzen Kaimora is seldom seen without his young assistant. Though just fourteen, Megami is often entrusted with the day-to-day operations of the Director's office. She remains quiet and deferential in public to the point of going unnoticed, but in conversation she displays a precocious depth of knowledge to rival her mentor's military history expertise.

Most Coalition officials discount Megami's role as a conspicuous display of personal clout on Sanzen's part. SOC Governor Prem Naryal mockingly calls her Sanzen's "intern". Based on appearances, Megami may be nothing more than Sanzen's status symbol. Yet merely locking eyes with her cowed violent mental patient Zane Dellister.


Backer Update: All perks are currently on schedule for fulfillment. Each item will be shipped as soon as it's ready. Progress continues on the Build-a-Mech CF. Keep an eye on this blog for its imminent unveiling!

7 comments:

  1. Brian,

    Cool! I'm now more curious about her background story. How someone so young could have such important duties.


    You have an incomplete sentence. Yet merely locking eyes with her cowed violent mental patient Zane Dellstar..... what happened next?

    xavier

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    1. Here, “yet” is acting like “but”. So that incomplete sentence should be read as a clause of the previous sentence.

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    2. D.J.

      Thanks! I'll read it again. No doubt I was mistaken.
      xavier

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  2. Re: Build-a-Mech CF.

    ArtAnon is amazing.

    That is all.

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    1. I just realized
      that I should have structured my
      comment differently.

      "Build-a-Mech CF.
      ArtAnon is amazing.
      That is all. Over."

      For then the comment
      would have appropriately
      been in haiku form.

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