As she was the one who led Flos's armies, it was she who won the fiercest battles in his name, directing soldiers while his other vassals rode forth and fought on the front lines.
She was Flos greatest strategist. Not just any [Strategist] either, as she bet against luck itself. She was a gambler, a [Gambler Strategist]. Before she died she was a [Gambler of Fates]. She lost her last bet in Baleros, against Niers Astoragon.
Only one of the fleets reached Baleros. The others were stranded at sea. But it was Queravia who first set foot there. She crushed the port city of Zaland in a day, and established a foothold, though her King’s armies had yet to reach the continent. But she would not retreat. There she planted the King of Destruction’s banner and challenged all the companies of Baleros. By herself, with only a single army, an advancing force and she held that ground.
No one could defeat her. No one could kill her or rout her army. Not assassins nor legions of her foes. She defeated Three-Color Stalker, flushed them out of hiding and sent them fleeing, nearly dead of their wounds. She slew the leader of the Iron Vanguard, Grandmarshal Sorolat, and broke both his company and Maelstrom’s Howling with her forces.
When her King's fleets neared and it seemed as though Queravia would receive aid. However, one last force gathered to defeat her. Niers, the second-in-command of the Forgotten Wing, brought together every company from the marshy cities to the eastern ports and launched an assault on her position. On that day the two greatest [Strategists] in the world clashed.
She lost, and as she was laying on the ground, she laughed at Niers, laughed as her dice fell one last time. She said something to Niers, before dying.
Powers and Abilities Edit
- [Gambler of Fates] Lv. ? (derived from [Gambler Strategist])
- Flos can't decide whether she was the finest [Strategist] in the world or the second finest.