Dell is a young Seer, sent to visit the Shrines of the Gods as a test to prove her ability to survive in the world. Together with her mute Guardian, Lise, she embarks on an epic tale of-----
Actually, there's nothing epic about this story. Dell is a psychotic young lady who just wants to see the world burn (and help it along if she can) while Lise just tags along for the hell of it (and because she's getting paid). On their journey they meet various odds and ends of the human race, including the town of washed-up heroes, a magical construct with severe sinus issues and a star-struck teen who dreams of romance. Together they will either save the world or doo----
Actually, that's not this game either.
Dell is a young Seer sent to check on the alters of the Gods to prove her worth (and to get her out of the house). While visiting the ancient alter of the Dragon King (on whom she may possibly have an eensy weensy crush), she notices something awry. This leads to an
Along the way she and her Guardian, Lise, (who, while mute, isn't stupid enough to do this job without decent pay), an ancient magical construct with... issues and a young man who's more than a little ditzy.
Yeah, that sounds about right.
Made in about 24 hours for the Ace Lite Cook-off, for the sole purpose of adding another badge to the growing collection, Seer Dell is my first main foray into the comedy genre. Whether anyone actually finds it funny is another thing altogether.