Archibald, the Infamous Eccentric of the Healing Church

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Archibald was an inventor for the church in his time, known for crafting weaponry inspired by the lightning known to be generated by Darkbeasts.

After the repeated experiments in controlling the scourge of beasts, the knowledge of Beast's Embrace rune became the foundation of the Healing Church and its famous Blood Healing.

On the night of the hunt, the church's black doctors and church servants roamed the street and hunted down the beasts and the infected. Anyone who showed symptoms of the plague and their family would be purged indiscriminately. Those who had lost family and friends started to show resentment towards the hunters and the church. The church didn't want their hunters to have beastly weapons for they know perfectly well that such weapon would tremendously rise one's beast instinct and they didn't want the public to doubt their Blood Ministration. The church banned all inventions that involved studying beasts. First, they outlawed the use of the Beast's Embrace rune and Beast Blood Pellets. The trick weapon the Beast Claw and the Beast Roar, which also have darkbeast origin, were forbidden as well.

Archibald was fascinated by the blue sparks that emit from the hides of the darkbeasts, and dedicated his life to its artificial reproduction, in a style of inquiry that, incidentally, closely followed the methodology of Byrgenwerth.

With little access to the subject of his study, Archibald secretly worked with the School of Mensis. The school's tomb prospector mostly raided the land of Loran where the Darkbeasts reside and wasn't unfamiliar to them. They provided him a workplace in Yahar'gul, Unseen Village and he offered them his inventions in return. Up to this day, the Yahar'gul Hunters deployed by the school still favor Archibald's works. Having parted their way and turned their back on one another, the School of Mensis later relied on Archibald's Bolt-infused trick weapon and hunter tools to deal with the Kin deployed by the Choir.


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