Age: 80 years old, looks around his twenties
Hometown: Unknown ((disappeared during the Tea Wars))
Skill: Tagle Family Line Swordskills, Motorbiking.
First appearance: Chapter One
Current Location: With the party.
One of the Heroes of the Tea Liberation Front, back in
the Tea Wars, sixty years ago. He was born in a family of
swordsmen and swordsmiths, the Tagle Family Line, known
because of their extreme trainings, and their superb ability
to forge a sword from any kind of material.
Although her brother Owen was superior to him in any and
all trainings, his father Jeronimo had great expectations for
Jaime, probably "the only one that would understand
the true Secret of the Family Line's Technique". Despite those
great expectations, and his father's pleas,
Jaime abandoned the training with his father, and formed
a mercenary band along with his friends, Neosaim Hyakureiki
Jerred, the Leader of the Tea Liberation Front saw the great
sense of justice and teaness in the three, and decided to recruit
them, hoping to defeat David with their help.
Jaime was able to stablish a bond of trust with the catpeople,
the only ones who possesed the technology necessary to
defeat David. He fell in love with a catgirl called Idarin, who was
the daughter of the battleship designer of the catpeople race.
Unfortunately, their love was violently destroyed when a monster
attack destroyed the catpeople's village, while Jaime helped
his brother Owen ((who joined soon after Jaime did, under
his father's orders)) in a desperate battle against the
minions of David. Jaime has never been able to forgive himself
for not being there when his beloved Idarin died.
After the war, Jaime got a job as a drunken NPC, and another
part-time job at Technocity as a Motorbiker. He met the party
while in his first job, and finally joined them when they reached
Technocity. He stayed with them to honour the fact that
Jerred was helping the party too.
With Jerred's death, Jaime has been trying to be the guiding voice
of reason within the party, but, due to the party unexperience, ((or
plain idiocy, however you want to see it)) his guiding voice of
reason has slowly dwindled to a simple whimper.
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