Hometown: Nomad Tribe of Assasins at the time.
Skill: Assasin Techniques, Imbuing weapons with own soul.
First appearance: Chapter Three
Current Location: Alongside Neosaim Jr.
Gala Anabax was one of the heroines of the Tea Liberation Front,
also known as one of the Martyr Maidens, though to her sacrifice
at the End of the Tea Wars.
Born in a nomadic tribe of assasins, Gala was taught the arts of
stealth and assasination since she was small. Cold and
untalkative, she was one of the best in her tribe.
When the Tea Wars began, her tribe took the role as mercenaries
for both parts of the conflict; but thanks to Neosaim's efforts and
warm heart, they ended up taking sides with the Tea Liberation
Front. Gala was added to the Tea Liberation Front
as proof of the agreement.
Gala knew the warmth of humankind through Neosaim, and found
that there existed people who cared about the well-being of
the world and its future generations.
Gala participated in many stealth missions for the Tea Liberation
Front, being the last one the key to Victory. She had to infiltrate
David's HQ in space, and bring it down to earth, so the heroes
could attack and bring the conflict to an end. Unfortunately,
Gala sacrificed her life in that mission, an event that would be
told through generations.
But, Gala's soul remained on Earth, bound to her contract, which
she swore to "complete even in the afterlife". She hangs out with
Neosaim Jr. and takes care of him as much as she can.
One question remains though... If her mission was to destroy
Coffee Evilness once and for all, why was she helping the son of
one of it's most trusted soldiers?
Maybe the answer will come someday.
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