Ylawes is a tall man with blond hair. He wears plated silver armor, albeit without a helmet, and a belt with pouches. He is equipped with a shield and sword that gleam.
He went to the destroyed Esthelm to put the dead to rest.
Powers and Abilities
- [Knight] Lv. ? (Higher than 30)
- Derived from [Swordsman]?
- [Knight’s Challenge] / [Challenge of the Knight]
- [Shield Breaker]
- [Shield of Valor]
- Plated Silver Armor
- Belt with pouches
- His name was mentioned for the first time, in Ch 3.07 H.
- Ylawes is overprotective of his sister, Yvlon.
- He met one of his future teamates, a rare Dwarf, in a tavern.
- His [Knight] Class is likely derived from [Swordsman].
- Just like his 2 sisters, he can't use magic.
- To Esthelm citizens:
- “There are women and children—people who suffer and need help! Your friends and family cry out in this city, but what do you do? The instant your walls fall you turn on them. Shame.”
- “I am Ylawes Byres, a [Knight]. I am a Gold-rank adventurer and I can save this city. But I cannot do it alone. If you still believe in Esthelm—follow my back.”
- (To Yvlon) “Yvlon. At last I’ve found you.”
- (To Mihaela) “Guildmistress, I am Ylawes of House Byres. Captain of the Silver Swords. I don’t believe this is just or fair to Miss Griffin. I understand you have reason for anger against Miss Griffin. But please—”
- (For Erin) “Silver and steel be my guide. Everything dies. But not…not you. Not here. Not this way.”
- To Tyrion:
- “Lord Veltras. It is an honor. But I believe we have been in proximity recently. My sister and I were close enough to you, but we did not meet.”
- “The Walls of Liscor, I believe. I was in a fine position to see the trebuchets firing upon us. I blocked one of the shots myself.”
- “With a number of innocent civilians. Sir. I look forwards to tendering my greetings to Emperor Godart. Forgive me—I have just lost a friend I held in great esteem. So my words are slightly blunt.”
- (To Melidore) “I will not hold back, sir. For I owe Miss Ryoka Griffin a debt of gratitude. And her errand is more important than your life.”