Spoiler light character profiles and introductions for the four love interests of the game. For more in-depth information, you can check out the Tears of Themis Wiki.
Luke Pearce is Rosa’s childhood friend, who she hasn’t seen in eight years since he left for university. The bright and talented young man has recently returned to Stellis city and is now active as a private investigator.
“There are cases that I can’t crack…such as you.”
Often compared to a golden retriever, his personality is like that of a summer breeze, though he can also act serious when the situation calls for it.
A senior attorney at Themis law firm, Artem Wing is Rosa’s partner and mentor. He boasts a 99% win rate over his cases and is well versed in all areas of the law. Because of his young age and his win rate, Artem is a rising star in the judicial world.
“You are one comprehensive lexicon that I’d dedicate my life to study.”
Despite his serious and somewhat cold manner in the courtroom, Artem is surprisingly kind and slightly awkward.
Dr. Richter is a world-renowned psychologist and psychiatrist with not one, but two honorary doctorate degrees. Although his expertise makes it easy to get high-paying jobs in other countries, he has chosen to settle down in Stellis city for unknown reasons. Vyn currently works as the head researcher at Giannovyn Mental Health Research Centre.
“Do not be afraid. I only wish to know your heart.”
At first glance, Vyn looks like the human embodiment of perfection, but as Rosa gets to know him better, small human flaws start to crack his front.
Marius von Hagen
Heir of Pax Group, one of the biggest conglomerates, this young man is currently studying in the art department of Stellis University. His young age and choice of studies have made many question his ability to inherit the large family business, but he pays no mind to the media.
“Calling you ‘Missy’ doesn’t mean I take you for a diva.”
A seemingly confident playboy with too much free time on his hands, those who get to know Marius will see that he’s much more than what the media makes him out to be.