- For how can a Historian keep a true record if she doesn’t hear and understand all of the voices, even the quietest?" ~ Jessamy
- Historians and teachers are not allied with anyone so as to record the history and interpret in na unbiased manner. Historians often have to consult with various archangels.
Status of the PositionEdit
- The position is considered sacrosanct. No one would dare harm the Historian—enemies would band together to avenge any harm done. 
- The Cadre all use the Historian for an information resource and advice.
- The Historian is considered nuetral.
Skill, Abilities and PowersEdit
- It's expected to learn as many languages as possible so as hot to leave 
Other Associated Characters, Groups, Places, Objects, etc. Edit
Events in the Series Edit
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0.4. "Angels’ Dance" Edit
Story takes place 400 years prior to the series. —
A vampire tries to kill Jessamy because she knew too much.  Alexander’s planned aggression against Raphael is the most important thing happening at present. But he would never sanction a strike against the Historian. 
- However, as a scholar who wished to work at Jessamy’s side, she was expected to learn every single one that might be used by mortals and immortals both, including those languages that had fallen slowly out of favor. For how can a Historian keep a true record if she doesn’t hear and understand all of the voices, even the quietest? 
See Also Edit
Book References Edit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Archangel's Enigma, ch. 10
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 0.4 "Angels’ Dance", ch. 5
- ↑ 0.4 "Angels’ Dance", ch. 3
- ↑ 8. Archangel's Enigma, ch. 20
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