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Inga Frixellhart

"...thank you. I appreciate it."

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a character in “Anthemia Academy for Hunters”, as played by Arthurna


Inga Frixellhart

"I...don't know. Because the dream the world where's things have no reality themselves. I don't know whether I really want to realise it or not. To live in a dream that's it."


Inga Frixellhart
17 years old

175 cm
Anima the Sky City



✔Black coffee
✔Experimenting with potion
✔Books, especially theoritical book about unapplicable magick/potion (magick or potion which imposible to perform/create on normal circumstance)
✔Magic swords, Tome, Grimoire,

✘Cakes, candy, or anything which taste sweet
✘Overly bright place
✘Nosy people
✘High place

✔High speed calculation
✔High concentration
✔High analitical skill
✔High adaptability to Air magick
✔High instinct

✘Low stamina
✘Low physical strength
✘Extremely low adaptability to almost every elemental magick except Air magick
✘High place (Acrophobia)

Since very little he had a high thrist for knowledge and thus always seeked a way to obtain it, usually he holed himself inside his room with hundred new books or new experiment to perform in his hands and before he finished it all there's no hope of seeing him outside the place. He also very confident toward his skill and enjoyed sharing it. He greatly believed that with effort, intelligence, and consideration, nothing was impossible and the only reason humanity could not proced further was because they're too lazy, short-sighted and self-serving. He would always strive to remain rational though, no matter how attractive the end goal may be.

He saw many social conventions as downright stupid. As a person who craved truth and depth, he disliked white lies and avoid small talk. He had tendency to move through life as though it were a giant chess board, pieces constantly shifting with consideration, always assessing new tactics, strategies and contingency plans. Despite his looks, he was actually pretty ambitious, self-confident, deliberate, and long-range thinker.


A custom made magic sword, a grimoires and various potions.


Elemental and Precog.

His elemental magick was very weak in general (except for his Air magick which was exceptionally high). By using potions as catalyst he could raise his elemental magick adaptability up to a normal level. But it cost times and need very specific potions for different magick.

He also had precog ability. It was applicable by calculating a 'manifold' that was constructed of 'events', which were described through some type of coordinate system. This coordinate system allowed him to pinpoint events and thus specify where and when the events occured. In addition, the causal relations between points within a 'manifold' were used to help described which events can influence which other events. But there were restrictions, of course. It needed a great amount of calculation, as it required for him to take account millions events in one manifold. When in battle, it was near impossible to predict all cause and causal of each possible events in a manifold even if he already had the coordinate system and thus the accuracy rate would drop around 70 to 90 percent.


✔Fast learner
✔Good cook
✔Good at decoding code

He had twin little sister. His precious necklace was from her and he treasure it very much.

So begins...

Inga Frixellhart's Story