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The Light Novel series is the source material for the adaptation of the Anime and Manga series. The information and terminology on the article will be based on the source material rather than the adaptions.
He looks similar to his sister Nora with matching hair and eye colour.
Thore grew up in Hasse's orphanage. There despite his young age he was used for hard labour and often beaten by the former mayor. In the year in which Rozemyne took up the mantle of High Bishop the mayor signed a contract with a noble to sell Thore's sister Nora and her friend Marthe with Lord Kantna as the middleman. Since only the girls would be sold, but not their brothers, the two pairs would be split up, leaving the siblings desperate for a way out.
To escape the fate of being split up with his sister, the two agree to go with Rozemyne. The same goes for Marthe and her brother Rick. Rozemyne not knowing about the contract takes the four away thinking that this will help not just the orphans, but also the town, since orphans are a drain on their ressources and finances.
Initially the four have a hard time adjusting to temple life, especially when they are told that boys and girls have to sleep in different rooms, which neither of the brother/sister pair is happy with, but eventually they adjust to their new life. Marthe being the youngest is the quickest to adjust to the new enviroment.
Not long after Rozemyne left, the mayor organizes an attack on the monastery, but the barrier around the building prevents the attackers from getting near.
With the help of Ferdinand Rozemyne is able to approach Kantna and have the contract for the two orphan girls nullified. She then proceeds to pay the Mayor for the four orphans, making their status as grey priests official.
Over the winter they are moved to the main orphanage in the capital, but they return to their hometown's monastery in the next spring.