Formerly a tomb raider, she had her life changed when she gained magical powers from a deserted relic. Her days of fearing traps and running away from Cryptids are over. Now that she possesses magical powers, perhaps she can become the heroine.
Chapters 46-2, 47-3, 48-1, 50-2, 51-3, 52-1.
Casilda is a feminine name of Arabic origin. The name means "virgin carrier of the lance". This is the name of the patron saint of Toledo, Spain; according to her legend, St. Casilda, a daughter of a Muslim king of Toledo (called Almacrin or Almamun), showed great compassion for Christian prisoners by frequently sneaking bread into the prison, hidden in her clothes, to feed them.
Artwork by Redpencilart studio.