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Redolf was an elderly man with long white hair and beard.
Meticulous in his research, Redolf sought to understand the world of magic for decades.
Despite his time spent in research, he was very loving and kind to his family as his granddaughter sought to continue his research. Redolf had a smile on his face at her words, meaning he was proud of his legacy being continued through his family.
Redolf was known to be the author behind the groundbreaking thesis on Tahm Observatory, positing that the site was a ritual location for spatial-temporal magic. His research was scorned by the archaeological society for his conclusions in the thesis.
At some point, he had a son named Leonard Fibel who would go off to marry and have a daughter named Sistine Fibel who Redolf seemed close to.
On his deathbed, he lamented that he couldn't live to see the theory of his research but his granddaughter Sistine swore to carry on his work and even being greater mage than him as he smiled at her.
Not much is known of their relationship, however it was apparent that Redolf was close to his granddaughter. This was seen after he was lamenting that he couldn't live to see the theory of his research but Sistine swore to carry on his work and even being greater mage than him as he smiled at her. This meant he was proud of his legacy being continued through his family.