The daughter of the once prominent Azelhart family, Primrose’s life was ruined when her father was murdered right in front of her eyes. Now on a quest for revenge, Primrose is undercover as a dancer in the sleazy town of Sunshade to hunt down one of the men that killed her father. Vengeance is the only thing on her mind, although signs of kindness show through when others are in trouble.
Primrose’s Path Action, Allure, is similar to Ophilia’s Guide, as they pretty much are the same. The only difference is that Allure has a chance to fail, as it is one of the rogue Path Actions. Should you fail to Allure a NPC, then your reputation with that town will decrease and once you fail five times, you will be forced to pay a fee to restore it. You can increase the chance of success by leveling up Primrose.
Primrose has the same exact Talent as Ophilia, which is Summon. NPCs you use Allure on will follow you and they are able to be summoned in battle. They will stick around for a few turns, performing certain skills/attacks they know, then leave the fight. Each NPC has a specific number of charges and once those are used up completely, the NPC will return to where you got them initially.