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Keira Parvis is the protagonist of I Am the Real One, and a future elementalist. After being accused as a fake, and of deceiving the entire empire; Keira was wrongly executed by her own father [1], Ludwig Parvis. Given a second chance in her new life, she must follow what her heart desires, while simultaneously bringing down Cosette Weinberg, in order to live and to truly save humanity.

Appearance

Keira is seen with long, hip-length black hair with bangs that follow it alongside her bright purple eyes that easily stand out. Although she often displayed a stern expression, she is exceptionally beautiful now that she smiles. She takes after her mother, which makes people think that Keira is not actually the Grand Duke's real daughter.

She wears extravagant dresses on several occasions. She also wears a knight uniform, often used when she's on her duties as the Captain of the Parvis Knights.

Personality

Born with the savior-of-the-world role, Keira grew to be a dignified, graceful and intelligent person. She is calculating and quick-witted, capable of thwarting Cosette Weinberg's schemes promptly. She's also athletic and mobile, being able to jump off a two-story building easily.[2] Rumored to be cold and arrogant, many feared her. But despite the misunderstanding, Keira has a soft and bubbly side, seen when she's relaxed, experiencing comforting emotions, or when she isn't sober.

History

First Life

Keira was the firstborn daughter of the family. She grew up as a humble and sincere lady, and for one reason, to receive her father's affection. Having lost her mother at a young age, she naturally longed love from her father, Ludwig Parvis.

Keira started taking classes faster than anyone else, and tried her hardest to become the perfect person, without fault. The entire mansion filled Keira's ears with praise, but he who she wanted to impress, didn't hear her out. Keira was desperate, to the extent of hurting herself by intentionally rolling down the stairs. However, despite her many attempts, failed to receive any sort of recognition from him.

During her brother's 13th birthday banquet celebration, Isaac Weinberg brought Cosette Weinberg and claimed that she was the daughter of the Grand Duke. After being admitted into the household, Cosette made friends with the maids and slowly turned everyone against Keira with her charm. Two years later, Cosette manifested the ability to communicate with the spirits, solidifying her role as a daughter of the Parvis Family. Keira was immediately taken away and placed in a dungeon; she was executed after.

Current Life

In this life, Keira stopped expecting anything from her father Ludwig Parvis. She stopped with the early greetings and focused with those who truly cared about her. She wanted to prepare for the future and to run away when the time was right. Pondering on how Cosette Weinberg managed to contact Beatrix, curious if Time Regression Magic really existed, it was all confusing. But she first decided to take back her place as captain, and give it to Sir Joseph Argos.

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Quotes

You've never been like a father to me. What kind of father drives his own child to death?

Keira Parvis to Ludwig Parvis, Episode 55

Etymology

  • The name Keira is primarily a female name that means "little dark one, Black Haired" in Irish, which is a reference to her having black hair.

Trivia

List of Appearances

  • Episode 1
  • Episode 2
  • Episode 3
  • Episode 4
  • Episode 5
  • Episode 6
  • Episode 7
  • Episode 8
  • Episode 9
  • Episode 10
  • Episode 11
  • Episode 12
  • Episode 13
  • Episode 14
  • Episode 15
  • Episode 16
  • Episode 17
  • Episode 18
  • Episode 19
  • Episode 20
  • Episode 21
  • Episode 22
  • Episode 23
  • Episode 24
  • Episode 25
  • Episode 26
  • Episode 27
  • Episode 28
  • Episode 29
  • Episode 30
  • Episode 31
  • Episode 32
  • Episode 33
  • Episode 34
  • Episode 35
  • Episode 36
  • Episode 37
  • Episode 38
  • Episode 39
  • Episode 40
  • Episode 41 (End of Season 1)
  • Episode 42 (Flashback)
  • Episode 43 (Flashback)
  • Episode 44
  • Episode 45
  • Episode 46
  • Episode 47
  • Episode 48
  • Episode 49
  • Episode 50
  • Episode 51
  • Episode 52
  • Episode 53
  • Episode 54
  • Episode 55
  • Episode 56
  • Episode 57
  • Episode 58
  • Episode 59
  • Episode 60
  • Episode 61
  • Episode 62
  • Episode 63
  • Episode 64
  • Episode 65
  • Episode 66
  • Episode 67
  • Episode 68
  • Episode 69
  • Episode 70
  • Episode 71
  • Episode 72
  • Episode 73
  • Episode 74
  • Episode 75
  • Episode 76
  • Episode 77
  • Episode 78
  • Episode 79
  • Episode 80
  • Episode 81



References

  1. Episode 1
  2. Episode 24
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