Veloce Visrin is a young sorceress from a family of renowned and highly skilled magic users. Due to being a Visrin, she was secretly exempted from the Prohibition by the King of Kronzel in hopes that she would serve as a trump card should the Kingdom of Kronzel be engaged in war.
Veloce has a slim physique and possesses long white hair and striking bluish green eyes, the latter which she inherited from her mother, Auresque.
Veloce's outfit has transitioned four times over the course of time. Currently, she dons a white loose turtleneck and white trousers along with a pair of shoes. She also wears a dark green jacket with the lining of the lapels trimmed with golden yellow, and the collar fur-coated. She has a sash tied around her waist where she places her two swords.
Her accessories include a necklace, which is a family heirloom, and a green ribbon she uses to tie her hair with. Additionally, she carries a pink floral pouch that holds a bottle of alcohol. Most of the time, she mixes the alcohol with minced petals of Lacrima to subdue the demonic presence.
Veloce is shown to be socially withdrawn and lonely due to Vocruen's exile, causing her to live in isolation for over four years. She is mostly reserved and aloof, though she is not short of showing kindness to people who deserve it nor is she short of lecturing them, sometimes to the point of goading, when she sees fit.
She also finds amusement in teasing, most of which is aimed at Weirin and, depending on the circumstance, tricking people to react accordingly to her whims. She enjoys reading, drinking and quiet places.
During her younger years, Veloce was more compassionate and encouraging. Though since then, she has already harbored some form of pessimism towards herself especially with regards to her being a Visrin. After Vocruen is forced to leave, her pessimism only grew which later shaped into cynicism.
Veloce comes from a family of highly respected sorcerers, the Visrins, who were dubbed as Goddesses of Sorcery.
Prior to Vocruen's exile and the Prohibition, Veloce used to live a considerably peaceful and content life with her guardian and servant Vocruen, and later on, Meron. Highly talented with a wide range of magic even as a toddler, she spent most of her earlier years mastering the arts of free-form magic and eventually served as a mentor to Meron.
As a child, Veloce spent most of her time indoors, usually reading and observing people outside from a window. She was happy enough to have Vocruen by her side that she seems to find no problem with the lack of outside communication. She enjoys the music Vocruen would play for her on his flute, which she sings along to.
Little is known about her parents besides the fact that both of them were skilled magic users. Her mother however, Auresque, is infamous for being the most prestigious of the Visrins so far. It is revealed that Auresque had died of childbirth and her father had run away, leaving Veloce under Vocruen's care from her infancy to her formative years.
Powers & Abilities
Despite being a Carciphona, Veloce's case is unique due to her Visrin lineage, in which she is able to live longer than the average Carciphona, who suffer and die at a very young age. Veloce is able to live comfortably due to the necklace passed down to her by her mother, which was passed down to Auresque from her predecessor and so on.
Veloce is extremely skilled in terms of sorcery and swordsmanship. So far, she has displayed impressive control over demonic and elemental magic, capable of destroying a piece of Hiraeth single-handedly and restraining even a beast-human chieftain by effortlessly seizing control of their own magic and turning the elements against them. Veloce is also shown to be adept with the sword, though perhaps not as skilled as Blackbird, she is proficient enough that she is able to best the royal guard of the King of Kronzel, and win against a good number of beast-human guards in Arenscura.
Additionally, she has shown to be highly intuitive, having a keen sense of her surroundings which enables her to detect the presence of both people and spirits, and navigate through a dimensional rift.
During combat, Veloce usually wields an estoc, a sword given to her by Blackbird from their second encounter in Kronzel. Her pendant also seems to have a defensive function, as seen from Veloce's confrontation with Kathryn. After leaving for Medrisen, Veloce now seems to have two estocs, each differently stylized from the other.
Veloce's relationship with Blackbird is complicated at best, as Blackbird is assigned to assassinate her yet skirts around by leaving Veloce injured, but never fatal enough to kill her. Veloce suspects that the reason Blackbird is fooling her client is due to the impression that Veloce's death would not serve any advantage to the assassin. Additionally, Blackbird seems determined to bring out a more assertive trait in Veloce, even pushing her to take back control of her own life. Aware that Blackbird can see right through her, Veloce is often cautious around her but blunt whenever she demands that Blackbird explain her motives. Later on, Veloce claims that she highly thought of Blackbird, and adds that she'd rather have Blackbird's honesty than her rogue chivalry.
Veloce finds Keri's honesty and overall kindness admirable, though she warns him that he will get hurt should he continue to be careless around the people he shares his goodwill with. She trusts Keri enough to confide in him and cares about him, serving as his mentor every now and then and protecting him from harm when she can.
Though Veloce and Weirin often get into arguments with each other, Veloce actually appreciates Weirin's intentions and perspective of things. Furthermore, Veloce often patronizes her to show Weirin a different side to an argument or perspective on things. Veloce later admits that she is grateful for Weirin giving her a voice of reason and keeping her in line when her judgement becomes distorted.
Veloce strongly resents Meron that she has no restraint when criticizing and hurting Meron. This awful treatment is rooted from the fact that it was Meron's fault that Vocruen was exiled. For this reason, Veloce calls her out on her betrayal and tells Meron that she would never forgive her. During one of their fights, where Meron was unwilling to make any offensive moves, Veloce corners her and almost delivers the final blow had Blackbird not intervened. Though it is unknown if Veloce could actually bring herself to kill Meron since Veloce saves her later from a frontal attack from a demon-infused Hiraeth. She even defends Meron from trouble when they arrive in Arenscura and gives Keri and his company an idea how to lift her mood in later events. What's more, after Meron is fatally wounded by Blackbird, she demands that Blackbird explain herself and orders Keri's group to keep Meron alive. Once Blackbird has been dealt with, Veloce goes as far as expending her own soul to completely heal Meron, thus saving her from the brink of death.
Veloce initially finds Desair incompetent in his duties as Arenscura's General which led her to consistently harass him by pointing out several holes in his stratagem against the Enfelids. Soon after, she shares her frank criticisms and disapproval on Desair's management of the first Enfelid breach and assassination attempt. After Veloce exposes Desair's real motives, she sarcastically tells him that if it weren't for his poor excuses and blatant lies, she wouldn't have figured out anything at all.
Vocruen is Veloce's servant and once guardian. With no one else to look after her, Vocruen took it upon himself to raise her. Meron claims that he wants nothing more than to make Veloce happy and protect her. Veloce, in return, cares deeply for him, and admits that she loves him though not in the romantic sense. When Vocruen was forced to leave, it left Veloce terribly devastated, causing her to grow more reclusive and distrustful of people.
Because Auresque died shortly after Veloce was born, Veloce shares no memory of her. Although, Veloce dislikes being compared to her and wishes to undo her predecessors' faults.
- (To Keritzel Edelez) "If I could rest in peace, I would."
- (To Meron Lantgres) "I may be able to forgive... a deluded ruler... but I will never forgive... a traitor."
- (To Meron Lantgres) "No talent nor help could have brought you this far without your perseverance."
- (To Keritzel Edelez) "Thank you for trusting me."
- (To Weirin Lin about Desair Rehett) "It doesn't matter. If he's not going to solve this, then I'll make him."
- (To Weirin Lin) "I didn't mean to be patronizing. Next time just punch me or something."
- (To Chief Kasga about Desair Rehett) "Now that Sangyun Rae finally knows what's going on, I'm sure he'll gladly grill Desair for you if you let him. Sounds good?"
- (To Blackbird) "...I'd much rather have your honesty than this rogue chivalry. If you're still going to keep me in the dark, then do me a favour, Blackbird. Don't help me anymore."
- (To Weirin Lin about Vocruen) "When I was younger, being a Carciphona caused me a lot of pain, and he saw it all. He believed I could never live a pleasant life as long as I was a Carciphona, and he devoted his life to finding a cure for me." 
- (To Weirin Lin about Vocruen) "In his eyes, I'm only surrendering to my fate by only wanting to stay with him, that's why he keeps himself away from me... So he may find and give me what he thinks I deserve." 
- (To Vocruen) "Who else can pay the price of destroying this pendant? Not you, you don't care about anything other than protecting me, and you certainly don't care what terror it brings to the world. You brought it to me just because it can make me feel better."
- (To Vocruen) "If you want me to be happy, just stay with me."
- (To Weirin Lin) "And you, you gave me a voice of reason beyond myself, and kept me in line when my judgement became skewed. Where others calculated, you remained transparent, candid. I never needed to question your intentions."
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Carciphona.com. Characters: Veloce Visrin.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 1: p 88.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 2: p 50.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 2: p 97.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 2: p 112.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 2: p 149.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 3: p 46.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 3: p 110.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 4: pp 103-104.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 5: p 106.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 5: p 107.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 4: p 108.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 4: p 109.
- ↑ Carciphona. Volume 5: p 131.