(Monologue) Mireia, Downfall Orator


"Since then, the world has become entangled in chaos. This was no ordinary disaster... Humans, beasts, and even vegetation began to turn into bloodythirsty abominations. The end is coming soon. Villages and towns burned away without a trace and the earlier shock created massive faults. There are even preposterous rumors that the world is being divided up... I only wish I knew the truth behind these circumstances, and what the future holds in store."


See Mireia, Downfall Orator.

Name OriginEdit

Mireia is Catalan feminine name of Provençal origin; the meaning is "admired". Derived it from the Occitan word mirar meaning "to admire". The name first appeared in the form Mirèio, as the title of a 1859 romance poem by the French poet Frédéric Mistral. Other variants are Mirèio (French), Mireya (Spanish), Mireille (English and French).

An orator, or oratist, is a public speaker. An orator may also be called an oratorian — literally, "one who orates". In ancient Rome, the art of speaking in public (Ars Oratoria) was a professional competence especially cultivated by politicians and lawyers. As the Greeks were still seen as the masters in this field, as in philosophy and most sciences, the leading Roman families often either sent their sons to study these things under a famous master in Greece, or engaged a Greek teacher (under pay or as a slave).

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Artwork by Ashram.

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