(Disburden) Fiora of Cursed Blades


Always Fiora suffered from the cursed blades eating away at her. The only way to be rid of the curse was to find the one with the greatest power and resolution, and so she began her search for the strongest swordsmen and knights throughout the land. Upon each she bestowed one of the accursed blades, and with them a part of her curse. She had no choice; there was no other way in which the spirit could rid herself of her suffering. Let her be known as a bringer of death, it mattered not.


See (Assessing) Fiora of Cursed Blades

Name originEdit

Fiora is of Gaelic origin, the meaning is "fair, white, beautiful". A variant of Fiona ("white, fair") of Scottish and Gaelic origin. Latinate form of the Gaelic word "fionn".

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