Babbage is an inventor from Estrise. He devoted his life to gears, he created the Revolving Bridge and the windmill in Estrise. He doesn't know how to took care for himself so he let all the housework to Sorensen his apprentice. He also have another young apprentice name, Lu.
Later, he sent Sorensen to Ceras Lake Castle to join in the Loyalist Army. Sorensen discovered a gear room in the lower level of the castle and after Sorensen show it to him, he also decided to join in the Loyalist Army to maintain the gears.
After the war, Babbage Uses Ceras Lake Castle's gears as the groundwork for more advanced ideas. Becomes known as "Dr. Gear."
Role in the GameEdit
After Gizel and Lymsleia's coronation, bring Sorensen to the Gear Room in the HQ (HQ has upgraded along with coronation scene). Go back to Babbage's office, talk to him, and bring him to the gears. Leave the HQ and return, then return to the Gear Room. Babbage will join there.
Babbage repairs and activates the elevator in Ceras Lake Castle.
Babbage comes with the Treasure Hunt ability that increases your chances of a war trophy after battle.
Babbage is one of two characters that can lead a Ballista unit, which is a variant of an archer unit, with an extremely long-range Catapult skill.
- Babbage is an inventor from Estrise. Without exaggeration, the man has devoted every fiber of his being to gears and nothing but.
- His masterpiece is the revolving bridge, but all of Estrise´s windmills are his, too. He wanted to build the windmills with their gears exposed, but the sea winds would have worn them down, so he reluctantly put ´em on the inside.
- He´s a technical genius, but he´s got no concept of how to take care of himself. He left all the housework to Sorensen without so much as a "thank you." Sorensen has got to be the most patient man...
(It's a blueprint of a device built with dozens of gears, but there's no explanation.)
(It's a blueprint of a mechanical device. Unfolded, it covers the entire floor. Of course, no explanation.)
(The comment box is full of blueprints for mechanical devices. None of them have explanations.)
- Babbage, was most likely based off of the real life Charles Babbage, who was a mathematician, philosopher, inventor and mechanical engineer.