Spoiler Dell is a young Seer, sent to visit the Shrines of the Gods as a test to prove her ability to survive in the world. Together with her mute Guardian, Lise, she embarks on an epic tale of----- Actually, there's nothing epic about this story. Dell is a psychotic young lady who just wants to see the world burn (and help it along if she can) while Lise just tags along for the hell of it (and because she's getting paid). On their journey they meet various odds and ends of the human race, including the town of washed-up heroes, a magical construct with severe issues and a star-struck teen who dreams of romance. Together they will either save the world or doo---- Actually, that's not this game either. Dell is a young Seer sent to check on the alters of the Gods to prove her worth (and to get her out of the house). While visiting the ancient alter of the Dragon King (on whom she may possibly have an teensy weensy crush), she notices something awry. This leads to an epic idiotic adventure through ice and crystal caverns, a town of washed-up heroes and a down-on-its-luck inn. Along the way she and her Guardian, Lise, (who, while mute, isn't stupid enough to do this job without decent pay), meet an ancient magical construct with... issues and a young man who's more than a little angsty. Yeah, that sounds about right. Made in about 24 hours for the Ace Lite Cook-off, for the sole purpose of adding another badge to the growing collection, Seer Dell is my first main foray into the comedy genre. Whether anyone actually finds it funny is another thing altogether. Spoiler Dell is a young Seer, out on the traditional pilgrimage to visit the shrines of the Gods. A bit on the dim side at times, she's quick to jump to conclusions and gets excited over little things. Though seemingly unreliable, there are certain things she takes seriously - her duty as a Seer is one of these, and as such she will do everything in her power to complete her task. They never said she couldn't have fun while doing so, though. Lise is Dell's unfortunate Guardian and a skilled master of dual-sword style. Learned in the ways of the Samurai, Lise is competent and worldly, though she prefers just to watch Dell do what she wants instead of get involved. Born mute, she can still get her feelings across well enough with a glare or smile. While she may be Dell's companion on the road, she is still hired help and as such, takes her job seriously. Mel is one of the few magical constructs still working in the world. Neither human nor machine, he finds himself wandering the lands in search of somewhere to call home. He's often reserved and very polite, which - when coupled with his programming - makes him a stalwart companion. Said programming - the Prime Directives, as he calls it - makes him something of a slave to helping every weak or innocent person he comes apon who may be in danger. This is the reason he just can't turn Tome away, though a part of him does enjoy the company. Tome is a young man, lost in a foreign land, far from home. He was trying to find his way through a forest when he was set on by bandits. Luckily Mel was passing by, and the sight of an assumed innocent being beaten triggered his protective programming. He then made the rash promise to aid Tome in returning home and they've been travelling together ever since. Tome's rash and abrasive personality is second only to his logical thinking... which doesn't do much to help him in a land of magic and general craziness. Spoiler Please be advised that there is mature content in this game.Swearing and some drug/alcohol references. Credits Spoiler Enterbrain and Degica for graphics and sound.