|Affiliates||Au Vam (formerly)|
Meti is a vagrant swordfighter formerly taught by the general Ryo-ten-Ryam. She is the author of Meti's Sword Manual.
At the age of thirteen, Meti practiced with the short sword daily. Conditioning her body with rigorous exercise and harsh austerities, her body is said to have become a "steel edifice" by the age of sixteen. Even at this young age, Meti was renowned for her physical fitness, able to split rocks effortlessly or sprint for a day without straining herself. Soon after, Meti felt she had mastered the sword, and enlisted in the Middle Army's elite third legion.
Meti's prowess garnered the attention of her superiors, and she eventually came under the tutelage of Ryo-ten-Ryam, Au Vam's greatest general. Ryo-ten-Ryam further trained Meti in the art of swordsmanship, but he soon turned to sexual advances and became mutilated by his student.
After her fight with the Colossus of Pardos, Meti defeated him, but was severely injured. She then changed her approach to sword fighting and came to the conclusion that life and fighting are one and the same.
By the age of 108, Meti completed Meti's Sword Manual, a book on the applications of life beyond sword fighting.