|Darshan Teno Eh Crow|
|Knight of Aventheim|
|Title||Pure of Mind|
|Romaji||Darushān Tenosu E Kurou|
|Japanese Name||Darshaan Tenos et Crow|
|Unit Class||Lance Knight|
Tome Description Edit
She is a sharp-tounged girl with no desire to get involved in other people's affairs. Darshan has great respect for General Vishna, but she has no tolerance for Yelma or the Cardinal. Secretly, she feels no match for Silvano, and worries her for some reason. Unbeknownst to her comrades, she is very skilled at playing the harp.
- On Belta, A Talented Girl: "Belta seems to have an amazing talent."
- On Belta, A Talented Girl: "Other people's skills don't concern me."
- On Carena, A Difficult Lady: "It's hard to make conversation with Carena."
- On Carena, A Difficult Lady: "I don't know why she's so worried about things."
- On Schweiz, A Cross Person: "Learn from strengths and improve on weaknesses."
- On Schweiz, A Cross Person: "To think. back then, I used to be like that."
- On Vishna, A Superior: "Vishna is a veteran. She has passed many trials."
- On Vishna, A Superior: "Her orders demand precision, but are doable."
- "The kingdom is crumbling from the inside. Why...?"
- On Yelma, A Power Seeker: "What is Yelma thinking? She has too many faces."
- On Yelma, A Power Seeker: "Yelma's attitude toward the cardinal is detestable."
- On Yelma, A Power Seeker: "That witch kneels before no man. Not even Capehorn."
- "Cardinal Capehorn... He's a pitiful man."
- "Cardinal Capehorn has his hands full with Yelma."
- "Cardinal Capehorn is having a tough time with Yelma."
- "The 3rd Order is too selfish to cooperate."
- "Without cooperation, the kingdom will fall."
- "In truth, I could never take orders from Capehorn."
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- "It's been years since I last played."
- "Instruments are nice. They can speak for you."
- "If my soul can be of use, then I offer my service."
- "I'll ensure that I live up to your expectations."
- "Er... Uh-um... N-Never mind!"
- "I'll continue to better myself for you."
- "I won't waste it!"
- "I was not as useful as I'd hoped to be..."