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|First appearance||Page 1|
|Full name||Pascal Boisselont|
|Occupation||Cymarian Court Magician|
|Family||Aurelia Duvent (mother), deceased; Din Duvent (half-brother), alive|
|“||Not all Obligations are magic.||”|
Pascal dresses almost exclusively in black save for a red cravat. He is brunet with green eyes and is said to take after his mother.
Pascal is the second son of Aurelia Duvent, born after she and her son Din moved to Cymaria from Iridesa. His father left shortly after Pascal was born, leaving Aurelia to raise her sons alone. Eventually, Aurelia passed away, leaving the boys without parents or a home.
Sometime in the seventeen years since their mother's death, Pascal joined the Cymarian Court as a Magician in service to the king. He is under liegeoath to Cymaria's royal household and is currently under orders to assassinate the Evenheim heir. However, due to a poorly-worded set of commands given by Conan Renaud, Pascal was caught in a conflicting command in addition to a set of commands that would destroy his ability to hear. The conflicting commands, which are normally fatal unless quickly rescinded, are currently being nullified by Arcein's Ignorance.
Due to Arcein's Ignorance, all of Pascal's Obligations are currently nullified.
- Do not deafen yourself or others. (Presumed, exact wording unknown, likely King Cymaria)
- Liegeoath to the royal household of Cymaria. (Presumed, exact wording unknown, likely King Cymaria)
- "Make breakfast." (Conan, Page 102)
- "Let us escape!" (Conan, page 53)
- "Throw me that pocketwatch." (Conan, page 99)
- "Don't try to kill me any earlier than midday." (Conan, page 100)
- Four orders given simultaneously, three of which are considered completed (Conan, page 113):
- "Hear me", defied by a latter command.
- "Defy your order."
Din is Pascal's older half-brother, who cared for him after their mother's passing in 1103.
In computing, Pascal is an imperative language intended to encourage good programming practices using structured programming and data structuring to improve the clarity of a program's function.