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An earnest young man from the village of Tipa, where he lives with his family. Annually he sets out with his friends as part of Tipa's crystal caravan, a perilous quest for myrrh needed to purify the village's crystal. Loves striped apples; doesn't care for star carrots.Description
Ciaran is a young man who is easily mistaken for a teenager by people unfamiliar with Clavats. He has short sandy hair that sticks up in the front and brown eyes. He wears standard traveling gear for a caravanner: a white shirt, a green vest with a leather chestplate, and knee-length trousers with a belt containing three pouches. He also wears white stockings and shoes with ankleguards in the back. His shield has the Clavat tribal emblem imprinted on it.
Ciaran is an easygoing person who fits the stereotype of Clavats as being honest and peaceful. Although he isn't pleased to be taken from his world, he accepts the task Materia sets him. Ciaran advises his new comrades about memories, noting that there must be a balance between having nothing or being overburdened. Although he is an experienced caravanner and remembers the ending of his quest, he is modest about his skills and somewhat taken aback by the Warrior of Light's dramatic proclamations.
Ciaran is called to the goddess Materia's chambers to assist her other warriors. The two engage in a conversation regarding her decision to seal the negative memories of other travelers so as to grant them peace, and how she later came to regret it. Her goal remains to restore the world to a right state in hopes that it will prevent the corruption of other worlds. Though Ciaran does not fully understand the mechanics of his new surroundings, he agrees to join the goddess's cause.
When he arrives to meet Mog's battalion, he finds immediate camaraderie with the three Clavats already in the group; though they come from different tribes, they share much more in common than their physical traits. This leads to a discussion within the group on the role memories play in various worlds. And yet it is Ciaran's cheerful disposition that puts the warriors at ease as their journey continues.
Much as with Alisaie, Ciaran's powers change and increase by charging an overhead gauge. His Bash skill can be used to accumulate drops of myrrh to be spent while attacking.
|Feather Saber (FFCC)+|
Hope for the Future Extension:
|Bastard Sword (FFCC)|
|Feather Saber (FFCC)|
Hope for the Future:
|Rune Blade (FFCC)|
Might in Magicite:
|Steel Blade (FFCC)|
Duty to My Village:
|Mythril Shield (FFCC)|
Essence of Support:
|Iron Shield (FFCC)+|
|Iron Shield (FFCC)|
|Makeshift Shield (FFCC)|
- Command abilities
|Steals enemy's BRV.|
|Expends BRV to deal HP damage.|
|Crystal STR 20||150px|
|Set Drop of Myrrh|
|Crystal STR 65||150px|
- Passive abilities
- Ciaran is said to be older than Layle despite looking like a teen, a likely nod to the indefinite number of ingame years that can pass during a playthrough of Crystal Chronicles.
- Ciaran's character profile concludes with his favorite and unfavorite foods. Players can set "favorite foods" when creating a character in Crystal Chronicles.