One who embraces their imperfections and selfish desires. Becoming corruption itself, and eventually being branded an Iconoclast.
In this version of the book, her past as the Iconoclast has been sealed away. This is due to her request of an old friend at the end of the third book. Anyway, I will keep descriptions based on books from here.
In this book
She descends to the world of Midgard, It is here due to an error on her part that spiraled a war throughout this world. This book, she aims to right the wrong that has been committed. Throughout this book, there is consistent growth. While she searches for her old friend, after being separated due to a battle against Hades, she battles against the creatures of the Endless Night, where the Four Generals have risen once again. She is known to be softhearted, but also relentless towards her enemies. This book touches off on her bond with her old friend, and ultimately builds up to the reawakening of the Iconoclast. She goes from a character who relies on her own abilities, and no one else, to gaining some valuable friends, and accepting their aid. Throughout the story, the development with the MC and her friends are more like a family really. Though most of all though, this book covers her long forgotten past.
This here dives into the prequel, much before the events of Book 1. In this book, it begins by covering her life as a bounty hunter. As it progresses, she begins to notice discrepancies in her memories. Memories in which she believes does not belong to her. Feeling the dread of those memories, where certain words were never spoken, she continues on to confront her old friend. Which at the time she has no recollection of their previous life together, and the memories that surfaces reveals a past in which conflicts with her own. Anyway, throughout this book it covers the birth of the Iconoclast, how she tackles the seven trials(seven sins), becoming corruption itself. All to grasp the chance to return to the time she was most happy, to finally have those words being spoken. This book throughout, she comes into contact with many events from her past, breaking down barriers that she was inferior towards prior to the events of the book. As she dives deeper into despair, as she become corruption itself, she grabs onto the hope that one day even if it is an eternity, that the time will come where her desires will be realized.
This book takes place 500 years after book 2. Where she is forcibly reawakened by the antagonist, her memories erased as a way to keep control over her, to be able to use her in the Great War. The beginning part of this book, she leads her squad against orders to find her old friend, knowing well that there will be safety once they reunite. It is here that the malicious intent of the gods have been revealed, after her comrades were slaughtered by the enemies. Realizing how much has been stolen from her allies. Throughout this book she dives deeper into her despair, becoming corruption itself. Even one of the antagonist stated that she is an abomination upon the world. It is towards the end of this book that she becomes the first Iconoclast. In the end, she knew that if she struck down the antagonist that she will be eternally despised. Even, to be able to grasp such a chance, for there to be any hope of the life she desire to become a reality, she embraces those imperfections and selfish desires, striking down the antagonist, and damning all the Nine Worlds. This is where she requests of her old friend to seal away her memories until she is ready to face up to the many sins she has committed.
Which now gets into book 1, where throughout her old friend sets certain events into place to trigger her reawakening. Thus the Bringer of Demise awakens once again, the Iconoclast.
It’s a long, dark, and tragic tale.
I did my best to shorten this.