'The Hero' is the main protaganist of the Two Worlds games.
In Two Worlds Edit
The Hero is the un-named protagonist of Two Worlds.
After months of searching, he is confronted by a villager of Komorin village named Tago, who directs him to the Village Elder of Komorin, and tells him Mercenaries wish to see him, thus beginning the main adventure of Two Worlds.
Throughout the game, The Hero finds himself earning the trust of various clans, tribes, and even an orc to find out information on his sister's whereabouts.
Along the way, The Hero uncovers the truth about his family's past and must find the five elemenents of his ancestor's key, that unlocks the tomb of Aziraal.
Betrayed by Gandohar at the ritual to unlock Aziraal's tomb, he then travels to the nearby Necromancer towers and kill Gandohar's best men. Eventually, he travels to Oswaroth and fights Reist Tungard and Gandohar (depending on whether you chose to fight him).
If The Hero decides to side with Gandohar, he is last seen standing alongside him with his sister, Kyra. If The Hero decides to fight Gandohar, it takes you to the beginning of the game where he is seen on horseback with Kyra (whichever side you pick, it makes no impact on the sequel, Two Worlds 2).
Seven years have passed since the dramatic events in Antaloor brought the whole world to the edge of the abyss... and the hero's strength is finally exhausted. He is a prisoner in the dark dungeons of Gandohar's castle and any hopes he has of saving his sister seem to have vanished along with his freedom. The hero reigned as Gandohar's sidekick for two years however when the hero started to make plans to overthrow Gandohar, Gandohar found out and imprisoned him, it is in that prison where he has spent the last five years being tortured.
- The Hero, is a beliver and worshipper of the deity of, Maliel, the god of Air. However, this does not stop him from stealing her tear.
- On the box art for Two worlds ||, he weilds the best sword in the game.
- The Hero has dragons, griffons, and birds as a motif. This can symbolize his power and magic (dragon), nobility and combat prowess (griffon) and cleverness and ranger skills. (bird)