Sharmista is a lovely and a charming lady from the New Armes Kingdom. Even though she is a body guard of Shula Valya, she acted as her assistant and she is a high-ranking members of the Arme's Western Marine Corps. She is also a member of a very influential family of the Madra Clan. Ever since she was a child, she know Shula and Nifsara.
During the Sun Rune War, King Jalat sent Shula Valya in the Queendom of Falena to restore some of the lost reputation brought by Maha Sparna. Sharmista went along with Shula and they met Freyjadour Falenas in Yashuna Village. After the meeting, Sharmista, Nifsara and Shula joined the Loyalist Army and stayed at their headquartes, the Ceras Lake Castle.
As a member of the Loyalist Army, she helped the Prince's cause until the war ended. After the war, she was assigned to Sol-Falena along with Shula. Her wisdom and grace soon won the hearts of Falena's people.
Role in the GameEdit
Joins automatically with Shula Valya after meeting him following the liberation of Sable.
Sharmista is almost an exact copy of Sialeeds. She can fill in for her in certain unite attacks. She does come attached with a different rune.
- Head - Light
- Body - Light
- Hand - Light
- Foot - Medium
Sharmista is an L-range fighter that uses a Silver Chakram as a weapon.
Sharmista can lead a four-cavalry unit on land or a ram ship at sea. She grants the cavalry unit one use of the Charge ability.
- Sharmista may seem like Shula's private secretary, but she´s actually a high-ranking staff officer in the Armes Western Marine Corps. She also serves as Shula´s bodyguard, and she´s great at magic, so she joins in battles.
- Like Nifsara, she´s from an influential family of the Madra Clan. She and Shula have known each other since childhood and I hear she and Nifsara are practically family, too.
- The other day, I saw Sharmista, Jeane and Nelis out walking together after their bath. A bunch of guys nearby completely forgot what they´d been doing and just stood there staring at them, fascinated.
- An Interesting Lineup
We've got people here from the northern continent, from the Island Nations, from all over! There's never been a better chance for all these cultures to come together and get to understand one another.
Well, there are problems, but it's a sister's right to trouble her brother. Isn't that correct, Your Highness?