A chibi version of Loracaz I, who rescued Goddess Jenh from the crystal that Métius had trapped her in. His magic is the wind, just like with Loracaz II and Loracaz III. Pretty soon I will draw her trapped in the crystal, to keep an eye out for that!
A chibi version of the story of Jenh and Loracaz:
Once upon a time there was a goddess. But there was also a demon god, and he was jealous that all the faeries and elves loved and worshipped the goddess. The dragons agreed with him and were jealous, too, so they helped the evil god trap the goddess in a crystal.
It was terrible; the crystal zapped her elemental powers. Many elves tried to rescue the goddess, but they all failed. In time, her followers became worried that the goddess would perish. Even the worshippers of the god of light tried to help, but could not free her from the Abyssal crystal.
One day, a group of elves fought their way through the tower where she was being kept, still trapped in the crystal. They weren’t terribly skilled, but at that time, there weren’t many warriors left. Only some of them made it to the top floor. There were demons, necromancers, and all sorts of foul things trying to keep the warriors from getting to the goddess. Most of the elves were locked in battle, but one of them– a spearman– saw an opportunity to strike directly at the crystal.
He lunged at top speed, spear raised. He struck the crystal, shattering it. Magic poured out, blanketing the land, and countless shards of crystal exploded from the tower. One of the crystal chunks lodged in his spear, making it into more of a staff than anything else.
As though in the eye of a storm, where it was calm and quiet, the spearman wrapped the goddess in his arms and descended to the floor. As he held her, her magic continued to flow, and the evil beings were destroyed. With the crystal shattered, the dark forces no longer had the advantage, and the elves could vanquish them. The goddess clung to her champion as he carried her out of the tower.
That hero was Loracaz I, and the goddess decreed that if evil ever again threatened the world, he would be reborn to save them again. A kingdom was formed on the land surrounding the tower, and Loracaz was crowned its first king by the high priestess in service of the goddess. That kingdom is Onsira, and his bloodline still rules even centuries later.
Book I: The Champion of the Goddess, takes place centuries after Loracaz rescues Jenh, and it tells the tale of the first time her hero needs to be reborn.