Regalia: The Third Age
Nale is the evil twin brother of Elan (his name is also “Elan” spelled backwards), and the head of The Linear Guild. He is a multiclass fighter/rogue/sorcerer who specialized in enchantments which, he eventually came to realize, is the same combination of abilities as his bardic twin, just more complicated. He was raised by Tarquin, his ruthless, lawful evil father, a powerful general of an evil army, while Elan was raised by the two’s mother, a kindly, chaotic good barmaid. In terms of magic, he stated he specialized in Enchantment spells (Spell Focus (Enchantment) feat) and simply selected a large number of enchantments for his repertoire. He followed his father to the Western Continent and his campaigns to establish himself as a King in this unstable geography. Eighty-two years ago they helped the Empress of Blood ascend the throne. Afterwards he tried to seize the power for himself and he performed several crimes (murder, conspiracy and treason) against the Empire of Blood. The Empress put a bounty on him. Nale looks and sounds exactly like Elan; the only physical difference between the two brothers was Nale’s small goatee. His cunning, scheming and evil nature makes him the opposite of the light-hearted, good-natured and comically inept Elan. He is also in a relationship with Sabine. He was the smartest member ofhis guild, though he has a tendency to outsmart himself. He is quite skilled with words and a master planner. He had also proven that he could think very quickly on his feet and come up with an intelligent, if not the best, solution to his problems, once again in opposition to Elan, who usually just wings it. Due to his theatrics and sadism he may be described as a competent “Bond Villain”. His “tragic” flaw is that he would over complicate a situation akin to his mother, such as once killing 417 innocent people, just to point the police to where he would be located (on a map, pushpins of the crimes made arrows to his hideout). His arrogance was also his weakness for many times his overconfidence or underestimating others resulted in his downfall.