In Heroes of Mana[edit | edit source]
He governs the holy capital of Wendel, alongside The Oracle of Shadows. Wielding the Mana Goddess' magic, he offers salvation to the masses with his healing hands. Though not one to use it on the battlefield, his wizardry is impressive and he displayed it in an attempt to defeat Cecilia Baxilios when she attacked Wendel.
Taking in Charlotte and Heath[edit | edit source]
Despite the relative peace between games, this time period was marked for the priest by personal tragedy. Fifteen years prior to the start of the game, the Priest of Light's son Leroy fell in love with Shayla, the princess of the elven kingdom of Diorre and married her despite the racial taboo. The priest had opposed the marriage causing to them to elope. They then used a spell to conceive a child together despite knowing it would greatly shorten their lifespans, and died soon after. When the Priest found out he was devastated, believing he had abandoned his son in his time of need. He took in their daughter Charlotte to raise as his own.
Around the same time his friend and co-ruler, Belgar, began experimenting with forbidden dark magic after being unable to save a young girl. The Priest was eventually forced to banish him from the city (though accounts of how this happened are somewhat contradictory). The Priest took in Belgar's son, Heath, as his ward.
In Trials of Mana[edit | edit source]
In the early parts of the storyline the selected main character will head to Wendel and seek out the Priest of Light for advice. That is all main characters excluding Charlotte as she is the Priest's granddaughter and already in Wendel.
Circle of Mana[edit | edit source]
|Alma · Belgar · D'Kelli · Falcon · Gauser · Gemière · Loki · Qucas · Roget · Valda · Yurchael|
|Anise · Baxillios · Celestan · Elena · Flamekhan · Inath · Juhani · Mirage Bishop · Olbex|
|Hawkeye · Joster · Minerva · Richard · Sandarrow|
|Ferolia · Mintas · Nevarl · Pedda · Valsena · Wendel|
|Benevodons · Mana Stone · Mana Sword · Mana Tree|