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Nobody truly know the origin of the harverster. All that is known about her is,after the blood ritual is preformed, she WILL come, and she WILL preformed the assassination. where ever this fearsome scythe wielder appeares darkness and guilt follows in her path, even the most busy streets will be empty as she pass through. Who ever have survived a visit from the harverster only know of a shadowy figure slaughtering it way through any in its way speaking the language of the dead and then be gone again in an instant as they drown in their own guilt and sorrow. It is said she was slaughtered her way through an entire army without as much as a scratch. One thing is certain about this mysteries woman, when blood have been spilled in her name, there will be nothing standing in her way to furfill the contract.
"Blood for blood, such is my ways." - Furentes.
Selection: (While in soul form)
- "The ritual have been preformed, unde scire possum inservire?" (How may i be of service?)
- "So it was fated." (Sic erat in fatis.)
- "Take this!" (Accipe hoc!)
- "To victory!" (Ad victoriam!)
- "The die have been cast!" (Alea iacta est!)
- "Hear the other side." (Audi alteram partem.)
- "Death comes to us all, summoner." (Mors omnibus nobis venit, sumonitor.)
- "He who excuses himself, accuses himself." (Excusatio non petita, accusatio manifesta.)
- "Nowhere i come by chance." (Nusquam venio fortuitus.)
- "I hear the enemy." (Audio hostem.)
- "They condemn what they do not understand..." (Damnant quod non intelligunt...)
- "I'll do whatever it takes." (Faciam quodlibet quod necesse est.)
- "One day, this will be pleasing to remember." (Haec olim meminisse iuvabit.)
- "In necessary things unity, in doubtful things liberty, in all things charity!" (In necessariis unitas, in dubiis libertas, in omnibus caritas!)