(Oath) Lucréce, Upholder of Vows


Enveloped in countless feathers, Lucréce is asked to pledge her eternal love. She finds that saying "I do" is much more difficult than defeating enemy she has faced in the past. Her trembling voice falters and the only thing that passes through her lips are light gasps. Yet her 12-winged betrothed leans down and kisses her. No matter how deep she buries her insecurity, it will never go away.


See Lucrèce, Upholder of Vows

Name originEdit

Lucrèce is derived from the Latin Lucor meaning profit, wealth or succeed. See