Father of savior

Marcus Tullius Cicero was the adoptive father of Savior. He was also one of the first members of the Roman Senate in 753 BCE which made him a reasonably important political figure of his time. He would later tire of politics and lead a simple farming, not long before he became the tutor and human guardian of Savior.

Early LifeEdit

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Discovering SaviorEdit

Cicero was strolling through the woods for a leisurely hiking when he heard the cries of a baby. Following them, he discovered a female infant Savior inside a tree hollow. Unknown to him, the infant was in fact a Tiste Longa sent to earth. He named her Karla and raised her among the mortals and taught her their ways.

Estrangement from SaviorEdit

Later life and DeathEdit