|“||Surely you would appreciate a warm bed after being in the field for so long. Lord Orun would be furious with me if you left without accepting our hospitality.||”|
— Wagner to Roy.
Interested in siding with Bern, Wagner assassinates Lord Orun and takes over Thria. When the remnants of the Lycian Alliance Army arrive to the castle, Wagner attempts to ambush them. He orders to kill all of them but Princess Guinivere, whom he wants to use when making a treat with Bern. However, Cath's intervention warns the army, so Wagner is left with no other option than to attack the Lycian army.
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|“||Useless guards! But very well. Witness my magic...and bow down before its power!||”|
|“||No...My plan...was flawless...||”|
|The Binding Blade||A retainer of Marquess Thria
who betrayed his lord.*
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
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Wagner is both a given name and a surname. It means "wagon maker".
- Ensnared, triangleattack.com, Retrieved: December 24, 2020
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