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Prost Surehand was once a [Farmer] in Riverfarm, but now he is Emperor Laken's [Steward], of the Unseen Empire. He is married to Yesel and has with her two daughters and two sons.


He has grey hair.[1]




He first met Laken when the young man first visited the village together with Durene after a week had passed.[2] Later, he took turns with his wife when they tried to persuade Laken to move from Durene's cottage to their own farm.[3] Eventually, Laken could convince him to apologize for calling her a monster and treating her like that.[4]

Powers and Abilities[]


  • [Steward] Lv. ? (Above 8)[5]

Classes Consolidated to [Steward]:[5][]

  • [Farmer] Lv. 20
  • [Builder] Lv. ?
  • [Trader] Lv. ?


  • [Crowd Control]
  • [Eye of Need]
  • [Talent Finder]


  • Sword


  • His sword was a memento from his father. He’d never had to actually use it to fight.[6]
  • He lost his youngest boy in the avalanche.[7]


  • (To Laken) “You’ve got a fine grip, son. You’d be a good farmer.”
  • (To Laken) “You don’t know anything, boy! She’s tricking you by acting friendly, but her kind can’t be trusted! She’s a monster. She’s not Human she’s a—”
  • (To Laken) “It’s hard to look at her and not be afraid, Mister Laken. Maybe if I had the courage to close my eyes I’d think differently when I spoke to her. But it’s hard to get past.”
  • (To the Villagers) “Trust in Emperor Laken you lot! No—quiet Melpin! You don’t know what you’re talking about. If Emperor Laken say he’ll do it—he’ll do it!”
  • (To Ryoka) “Who—who are you? I warn you, we’ve nothing to take! We’re under the protection of [Emperor] Laken! Begone if you mean trouble!”
  • (To Laken) “No, your majesty. Not as smart, either. But I’ve changed a lot over the last few weeks. Done a lot of thinking ever since a young man pulled my son out of the snow.”
  • (To Elmmet) “I am the [Steward] of Riverfarm. This is your one trial, Elmmet!
  • (To Beatica) “No one can be certain of anything, Councilwoman. Which is why your question has no answer.”
  • (To Hedag) “If you’ll show us the truth, I see no reason to object, Miss Hedag. But you have to understand, we must see the truth of it for ourselves.”
  • (To everyone) “I say it was just! And if that man stood before me again and I held an axe, I would swing it twice!
  • (To everyone) “His Majesty is returning! And until he does, I am in charge. I, the [Steward] of Emperor Godart, and until he returns, my authority rules! Not any Councilwoman, any mob, or any [Witch]! Is that clear?