Macia Neruda is a quiet woman that loves her children more than anything in the world. She seems to be one of the few people who can truly understand Arl Neruda's capricious nature. She is eternally grateful to Russel and Issak for rescuing her children.
Hana has always been an odd duck, bookish and aloof. Taller than most kids her age and always quiet she has been the target of jokes by other noble children and even some commoners.
Recently, Hana was accosted by some rough boys and her magical power …