Marilene Laevian de l'Regle as Evil Princess
Matthias Tuteur (Laevian de l'Regle) as Loyal Servant
Mirabelle Esporet as Spirit
Yvonne d'Emeraude as Village Girl
Helene Graciene as Witch
Gerard Passade-Loit as Rich Minister
Katherine Merciel as Blue Servant
Amelie Faible as Yellow Servant
Zachariah Batacrete as Merchant
Alan Revebon as Brown Servant
Irene Maladroit as Messenger
Noele Tuteur as Revolution Leader
Simon Roiberie as Foreign King
Emeline Bloquer-Mechet Batacrete as Spirit
Violet Oreilles as Spirit
Horace Tuteur - Noele and Matthias's adoptive father
Hannah and Isabelle Batacrete - Zachariah Batacrete's daughters
Marise Guerret - A fearless woman leading the commanding army
Seraphine Vaillen - A hero who will do anything to protect her country
Olivie Roiberie - Simon's mother, a cruel, commanding woman
Benjamin Roiberie - Simon's brother, who struggles to take over
Kazia and Katia Faunt - Twin assassins working undercover
Nathan Oser - A man determined to defeat the princess
Yann Paseel - A spirit who becomes Mirabelle's friend
Theo Bloquer - A man who wishes to end the war
(A/N: other characters introduced may not be listed here)
Once upon a time, there was a country called Laevianta. A king by the name of King Abel Laevian de l'Regle reined the beautiful land with his wife, Queen Genevieve Lacroix-Laevian de l'Regle. The couple was happy, and so was the country.
The Queen was good friends with the queen of a neighboring country called Caenea. That queen's name was Olivie Roiberie, and she lived with her husband, King Garth Roiberie the Third, in their peaceful but strict country.
Both queens vowed that their first born son-and-daughter would be married, a marriage purely of royalty. That was when things changed.
The Queen of Caenea gave birth to a son, named Simon, not long after this vow. He was a handsome, polite young man, the perfect prince.
Soon after Simon's third birthday, the King of Caenea died from a mysterious illness. The Queen was forced to bow down to her son, the country's youngest king.
The Queen took a fancy to the King of Laevianta, and managed to somehow seduce the King so that the two could keep up a healthy relationship without Queen Genevieve, the newlywed wife, knowing about it.
Eventually, rumors of Queen Olivie's mysterious "dates" with the king spread, and she fled back to Caenea, only to discover she was pregnant. Nine months later, two twin girls, new princesses, were brought into view.
The twins, from the start, were odd. Kazia and Katia were given the last name "Faunt" and claimed to have been adopted. Only few suspected that the Queen of Caenea had slipped a step and given into her desires.
The girls were hidden away and treated brutally by their mother. The natural instinct they had was working well, and the Queen planned on turning what would be beloved princesses to a pair of identical assassins.
Two years after Queen Olivie's incident with the King of Laevianta, the heirs of Abel and Genevieve were born. Beautiful twins, named Marilene and Matthias were born, a wonderful new prince and princess.
Life in Laevianta went fine with their command, but Caenea started to crumble. Olivie forced her son to turn the country upside-down, using her daughters, who were skilled with the cloak-and-dagger duty, to threaten him.
Caenea crumbled, and Laevianta slowly followed. At five years old Prince Matthias went missing, suspected dead. Five years after that King Abel was murdered on the anniversary of his young son's disappearance.
Then, not long after, the Queen succumbed to an illness and died shortly. Princess Marilene, at thirteen years old, was the ruler of her country.
And then, Laevianta was chaos. The princess did whatever she pleased, whenever she pleased, and killed whoever she wanted to. A drop of water on her dress or a funny look would have the victim instantly murdered.
Two years past. The country was a steaming madhouse, but that wouldn't stop the fifteen-year-old princess.
It seemed nothing could.