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And here she/he is! The liberator of both Doma and Ala Mhigo in the flesh! I am Lina Mewrilah, correspondent for The Raven. You may recognize me from my exposé on the secret lives of the Homunculi.
—Lina Mewrilah

Lina Mewrilah is a non-player character from Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood. A supporting character in the Return to Ivalice questline, she is a correspondent for The Raven, and the sister of Mujih Mewrilah.

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AppearanceEdit

Lina is a keeper of the moon Miqo'te with pale skin, green hair, and brown eyes. She wears a hat with a blue feather on the front, a weathered shepards tunic with cross designs, and a skirt with patrician's gaiters.

PersonalityEdit

Lina is a journalist dedicated to her work with The Raven, before her assignment in kugane she read all she could on the "Zodiac Brave Story". She is at odds constantly with Ramza bas Lexentale due to his mistreatment and rude behavior to others, and is not afraid to scold him.

StoryEdit

Final Fantasy XIV: StormbloodEdit

Lina was sent by her editor and sister to Kugane after running afoul of the Black Shrouds upstanding citizens. While in Kugane she caught wind of the newly arrived Prima Vista and looked for ways to board the vessel. Before she could however, she was approached by Alma bas Lexentale a resident on the airship, who was looking for someone's aid to assist in searching for her missing father. [1]

Dramatis Personae Edit

Lina meets and introduces the Warrior of Light to Alma and for the sake of privacy, the three all board the Prima Vista. Aboard the airship Alma introduces herself properly and discusses why the Majestic Imperial Theater Company fled Garlemald. Cid is also aboard the airship stating that Jenomis cen Lexentale is an old friend of his from Academy days who hoped to change the empire from the inside out with his plays. Alma begins to tell the group that her father was working on a successor to the Zodiac Brave Story, as he believed the story didn't end there, and that there was a second hero alongside Delita. Lina questions this as the story most people know is about Delita and his rise to royalty. Cid proclaims that Jenomis was infatuated with the story ever since he was young, and that after fleeing the empire he went to Dalmasca to prove his theory. After a small confrontation with Alma's brother Ramza, the airship departs to Dalmasca.

A City Fallen Edit

Taking a smaller airship to the Dalmasca Estersands, Ramza tells the group that his father believes Rabanastre wasn't the only large settlement in this region and Lina states that discovering Lesalia under the city could make them famous. Ramza calls all Eorzeans parasites feeding off of others suffering. Lina tells him that she would be the worst reporter in the world if she didn't report this to the masses and Ramza says that its time to begin the expidition and they all return to the Prima Vista.

The Royal City of Rabanastre Edit

Lina and Ramza joins the Warrior of Light and the entourage of adventurers into the deserted city of Rabanastre. Along the way they discover the Lucavi, travel through the Garamsythe Waterways and discover the Temple Ruins of Lesalia. After the party defeats Argath Thadalfus they find Jenomis and a piece of Auracite. Before they can get to Jenomis, an airship flies overhead and Ba'Gamnan jumps out with his siblings and hold Jenomis hostage. They hold a knife to his throat and demand Lina give the auracite to them, she gives it to them fearfully, and the bangaa make their escape on an airship with Jenomis' journal leaving Jenomis unconscious.

After returning to the Prima Vista with Jenomis they discuss the events that transpired and what they plan on doing next without the journal to decipher the texts within their copy of the Durai Papers. After the trip Lina is convinced that Ivalice is real and believes it will be hard to convince scholars and historians of its existence.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. Eorzea Encyclopedia II, p.119
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