Sayyida al Hurra
Updated date : 2023-09-13 15:14(UTC +9)
Sayyida al Hurra
A noble woman who knows no surrender. Sayyida al Hurra’s tale of revenge
Sayyida al Hurra lost her homeland to an invasion during her childhood.
To forget the helplessness of that day, she trained herself and rose to the position as the lord of Tetouan. However, nightmares still haunted her mind.
While subduing the pirates rampant in the Mediterranean, Sayyida senses the emergence of a massive invasion. In a moment when she seeks to set sail to avoid repeating past tragedies, Ahmed Ali Wattasi, the heir of Wattasid, volunteers to accompany her.
From the secret forces, ambitious conquerors, to the pirates of Algiers, they were all struggling for supremacy in the Mediterranean… Sayyida continued to sail after overcoming her enemies one by one. However, as they approached the hidden secrets behind the invasion, the waves crashing upon her grow stronger
At the end of the journey, Sayyida encounters the truth of the invasion and faces a significant figure. As an overwhelming and immense power stand before her, will Sayyida and her companions be able to see this through to the end?
In the whirlpool of an era filled with constant turmoil, Sayyida, who refuses to relive her tragic past, experience the age of conflict from her perspective.
In actual history, Sayyida al Hurra rose to fame in the early 16th century as the Queen of Morocco and a pirate queen.
During her time as the Lord of Tetouan, she achieved a resurgence through active pirate activities and gained renown by challenging the notorious pirate, Oruç Reis, and dominating the eastern and western Mediterranean. Later, she accepted the proposal of marriage from Ahmed Ali Wattasi, the Sultan of Morocco, and became the Queen of Morocco, but she continued to govern Tetouan.
Job: Tetouan Lord
As the Lord of Tetouan, Sayyida al Hurra is an Admiral who has already proven her leadership.
Sayyida’s strength lies in her excellent command skills to support her allies. She enhances the capabilities of the main fleet, and efficiently recovers her crew , leading any battle in her favor.
Support: Using repair of recovery skills, she can greatly recover the durability or number of crew of her allies.
Melee: By increasing the attack, accuracy, and critical chance of melees, she can deal greater damage to enemies with melee. Additionally, she can also reduce the incoming melee damage by increasing the defense and evasion against melee attacks.
Language: Arabic LV4, Bantu LV4
Starting City: Mediterranean Sea/ Wattasid / Ceuta
Voice Actor: Kimberly Woods
Ahmed Ali Wattasi
"My motto is thorough and decisive."
The heir to the Sultanate of the Wattasid Dynasty.
As part of his heir training, Ahmed was active in Casablanca as the acting sultan.
When the pirates in the Mediterranean showed suspicious movements, Ahmed quickly grasped the situation and began seeking solutions, eventually requesting assistance from Sayyida.
Although sometimes displaying a casual demeanor unbecoming of an heir, when formulating plans, he demonstrates the qualities of a meticulous strategist in line with the motto of being thorough and decisive.
In actual history, Ahmed Ali Wattasi rises to become the sultan of the Wattasid Dynasty in early 16th-century Morocco. He was a leader who also focused on diplomacy and trade, sending envoys to France for trade purposes.
When he later married Sayyida Al Hurra, he accepted the conditions she presented and became the first Moroccan sultan to hold a wedding ceremony in Tetouan, instead of the capital city.
Job: Textile Trader
As a job that specializes in trading, Ahmed is skillful when it comes to trading.
As he grows stronger, he can increase the purchase quantity of fabric trade goods and receive discounts when purchasing them.
Language: Arabic LV2, Mande LV1
Negotiation: Sell trade goods at higher prices and increase the Surcharge Rate received upon successful negotiations.
Purchasing: Purchase trade goods at lower prices and increase the Discount Rate received upon successful negotiations.
Voice Actor: Dave B. Mitchell