Keeper of the Sun and Moon (Discussion)

Replaying this and is there no way to romance Cressida while being a hunter? I’ve replayed the first five chapters repeatedly and there seems to be no way to raise her friendship to 60% in time for the date dialogue option to pop up. :confused:

It is possibly, just need to ignore Astrid after the meeting of Castella and pretty much be around her early on as much as possible.

There are two family routes aren’t there? Can anyone please provide a guide on how to pursue them.

Family routes? There are three: magical father Lysander (choose that you have a human mother), magical mother Roxana (choose that you have a human father), and magical father Julian and human mother Alexa (choose that you have two human parents). They are explored in much greater detail in Book 2.


Jesus, i just countine the demo and i never cried so much over a book/game like that
Yakov teared me apart, step by step and it cut so deep. I thought i gonna drown in my tears


It would be nice one day, to have a little Yakov running around. But you have all the time in the world.

The day your daughter is born is the happiest day of your life. She’s tiny and perfect and wonderful and so very fragile.

You guide Yakov’s hands so she can hold her, but he shakes his head quickly. You recognize the look in his eyes from long ago—he’s terrified.

“I—No, I’ll break her,” he says, voice edging higher. “I don’t have any idea how to be a father—mine tried to kill me repeatedly—”

“Then assuming you don’t try to murder our daughter, you’re off to a solid start,” you point out, which breaks him out of his state. “Besides, it’s not like I know how to be a mother either. We’ll figure it out, though, together.”

Yakov’s tone is urgent, too. “When you and Marcela took on Frostbite—”


“—Was when she sent me a dream ten years ago,” you say. Yakov falls silent.

“…It never ended, did it?” you ask slowly.

“Because this isn’t real,” you say, shaking your head, “because you’re not real, because I care about the real you—”

He makes an awful sort of noise in his throat, before asking quietly, “Are we not enough for you then? Is that it?”


Yakov’s looking at you like he doesn’t even recognize you. “Am I not enough for you? Is our daughter not enough for you?” Each question comes sharper than the last.

You know that Yakov is sending her away so she doesn’t see you fight, even though this isn’t real, even though she isn’t real—

It hurts, even though it shouldn’t. You want to call for her to come back, even though you should know better.

—You need to get out of here.

Your dreams had lied to you so sweetly—had given you years of happiness with Yakov as your husband, had given you a little girl with Yakov’s hair and your eyes.

Yakov, bless him, was understanding. “It’s fine, I know you have a lot on your plate…We can try another time–”

“—Is that why you’re dating me? So I can use my powers to save your siblings?”

Yakov looked at you like you slapped him, and you wanted to take it back, but it was too late for that. You have your hand on the self-destruct button with no inclination to let up.

Kol had taken care of him while you were in a coma and had cut his claws to manageable lengths—deadly for your enemies but not for your rug. You’d returned on the day Kol must have bathed him, since the first time you saw Cerberus was with fluffy, blow-dried hair and a size XXXL bandana around his neck.

Your parents exchange a look. “Why didn’t you let him?” your mother asks.

“Didn’t want him to see me like this.”

Your father looks at you softly. “Oh, Yuki…Yakov loves you. It’s okay to let him in. He won’t hurt you.”

“I’ll hurt him.”

Celosia’s eyes glow a brilliant gold, her golden aura crackles, and ambient magic starts to crackle in the air.

“We remember those we have lost. We remember those who have fallen. We remember the forgotten.”

The magic grows stronger as she continues,

“We take their magic as our own. We take their memories as our own. We take their places as our own.”

The magic in the air is almost tangible, as if you could just reach out and touch it, take it in as your own just as you did the sun.

“We remember.”

Yakov’s eyes search your face, and you try to keep your voice level as you continue, “She gave me everything I ever wanted. We got married, and we had a daughter, and we were so, so happy…It took ten years for me to realize it wasn’t real.”

Your voice catches here, but you force yourself to continue, “To get out, I had to kill the person I loved the most. You.”

Hello, what is the role of the hunter is he the main nemesis of our friends from the beginning? What are the consequences of choosing this profession and are there any other important things if you want to play as a human hunter?, yes, I’m a new player :slight_smile:

Good hunters are guys who hunt down magical creatures that are going after people and otherwise causing chaos, bad hunters just hate supernaturals on principle. So far, there aren’t any consequences to being one

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Although there might be consequences, since one is an unlicensed hunter, and that is a legal no no. Although I suppose that depends on how much pull one’s Keeper has when that revelation comes to light.

But one’s ROs can find out and none of them I can recall caring, so I don’t think the revelation is going to give the friend group a collective heart attack.


Think there was one slight relationship decrees but I can’t remember for sure anyways there has been no big consequence to being one yet