Alda as the god of law and fate And The only god of creation still remaining in Lambda excluding the subordinate gods. The god who possessed the most power even including the evil gods.
The source of that power lay in the followers and servants who respected him and, most importantly, the number of believers who offered him their prayers.
He had suffered deep wounds during the battle against the Demon King and the one against Vida who was supposed to be his ally, but even so, Alda’s power was vast.
He was depicted as an austere-looking, white-haired old man holding a heavy book, a stern-eyed young man holding a large sickle of judgment in his left hand and a torch in his right, or as a shining moon. All of these were Alda’s forms, his symbols.
He was originally the god of the light attribute, but because he took Vida’s divinity (something that is necessary for gods to manage and rule over the world), he now also rules over the life attribute and is known as the god of law and fate.
His personality is conservative, and his principles are old-fashioned. He hates change, and believes that people should live each day as they did the day before, under the order that he has created. He believes that this is happiness.
That was why he chose Bellwood as his champion, as (Alda thought that) he shared the same beliefs.
Considering the losses leading up to the Demon King’s defeat (the loss of over ninety-nine percent of the population and the incapacitation of all of the gods except for him and Vida), Alda believes that the destruction of the souls of Zakkart and the other three creation-minded heroes was something that should have been avoided at all costs.
But at the same time, considering Vida’s reckless behavior (at least, reckless from Alda’s point of view), he wonders if the fall of Zakkart and his companions was a good thing, or perhaps Vida wouldn’t have acted so rashly if it hadn’t happened.
As a result of all of this thinking, he has decided that there is no use in worrying about events of the past, so he has sealed this away in the depths of his memories.
His objective is to destroy Vida’s races just like the evil gods, but he doesn’t not truly believe that Vida’s races are evil. He is simply destroying them because it is necessary to protect the order in the circle of transmigration. This is why he feels no remorse over it.
He believes that this is something that must be completed for the sake of those who have been sacrificed (including members of Vida’s races who have been exterminated), so he has no intention of changing his mind.
His information regarding Vandalieu was interrupted by Gordan and the others becoming Undead, and Rodcorte has not shared any information with him either, so he is unaware that Vandalieu is able to break souls.
However, he does know that Vandalieu commands Undead and Golems, turns even saints into Zombie servants and creates diseases, so he is already beginning to prepare measures to deal with these.
But as there are currently none who can accurately understand his Divine Messages accurately, so he is starting with things like, “Raise people who can withstand disease.” (People who can understand Divine Messages accurately are rare; Nuaza is a genius in this regard.)
He has subordinate gods such as Curatos, the God of Records, and Niltark, the God of Judgment.
- ↑ Chapter 2