Luserina is the youngest child and the younger daughter of Salum Barows. She has two older brother, and one older sister. Her oldest brother Hiram Barows died due to assassination and since then, his second brother Euram Barows became the heir of the Barows. Her older sister died, due to illness. She and her family is from Rainwall.
She is a good and competent young lady but in the art concept she can't tell whether the art is good or bad.
During the Sun Rune War, while Prince Freyjadour Falenas sheltered at the Barows estate in Rainwall, she looked after Freyjadour and his party, while delegating the storage of their belongings to her servant, Chuck.
Her father wanted her to become closer to Freyjadour, but she became very angry when his father proposed marriage between the Prince and her. Luserina noticed that her father planned to gain more power through this marriage, little caring for the Prince's life. As a result, instead of supporting her father, she chose to support Freyjadour.
Eventually, Freyjadour and Luserina discovered that the Dawn Rune was stolen by Salum Barows after Euram blabbed about it. As a result, Luserina joined the Loyalist Army and served Freyjadour faithfully. She expressed guilt every time Euram attempted to shame or hurt Freyjadour. After the war, she donates the Barows estate to the restoration effort, then continues to help as a new administrator.
Role in the GameEdit
Joins automatically during the defense of Rainwall.
Luserina will allow you to change your party when you speak to her.
Luserina will give the unit she accompanies the Morale ability, which boosts the attack score of her unit by 5.
- She's Lord Barows´ daughter, but she's got none of her brother´s incompetence. Believe it or not, she's a geniunely good person. Competent, too.
- Here´s something our sources just came across; Lord Barows planned for you and Luserina to marry! Of course, you probably already knew that...
- It took some digging, but I found a flaw in her character. She doesn´t get the concept of art. It doesn't matter what she´s looking at. Any painting, any sculpture -- she has no idea if it´s good or bad. Blame her dad for that one.
- The Aethelbald Family
I'm pretty sure I heard that my great-grandmother was of that family. So I guess that would make Egbert one of my distant relatives.
- Faylon and Faylen
Those two suffered at the hands of my brother. I want to make them feel as comfortable as possible in this castle.
The other day, he asked me about my brother. I thought he would still be mad about how my brother tricked him but, instead, he acted very strangely. At the end, he smiled and thanked me, saying, 'That was helpful.' I wonder what he meant...