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Conrad Schuyler is a professor at Gedonelune Royal Magic Academy, and is well known for being strict and intimidating. He teaches classes on magical tools, magic incantation, and curse spells. As one of the Three Mages that protect the Dragon of Time, he is very close friends with Headmaster Randolph. Not many students seem to like him.

Background Edit

More than 20 years prior to the beginning of the season 1, Conrad was a royal attendant wizard that served directly under Princess Aulelia. When the princess had conceived an illegitimate child, the then king of Gedonelune had flew into a rage and ordered for Conrad to kill the child. However, the princess entrusted the child to Conrad and asked him to be the child's guardian in her stead, so Conrad disobeyed the late king's orders. He then took the child to a neighboring country and left him with a caretaker at an old castle, and confined the child to a cellar for fifteen years. Later, he would then specially enroll the child at Gedonelune Magical Academy, which would not only serve as the child's "new confinement", but would also allow Conrad to keep an eye on the child.

Personality Edit

Despite his cold appearance, Conrad is a very kind and trustworthy man. Although he is portrayed as a strict and unpleasant person, it is revealed by Luca's mother (in his route) that he is genuinely a nice person but he is too awkward to show that side of himself. He often shouts and rarely praises students when they succeed.

Trivia Edit

  • In The Performing Festival event it's mentioned that he's one of the Performing festival committee members.
  • It seems he can carry a grudge for a long time, because in Guy's route, Guy tells Liz he's not on good terms with Professor Schyuler because shortly after he arrived at the Academy he miscasted a spell and ridiculized him during one of his classes. In the end of the route, Schyuler confirmed this, though he implies he's going to let it go because deep down he cares for his students.

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