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Alph Ackart
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Alph's dialogue image.
Info
Gender Male
Job Class Guillotine Cross
Race Norman
Alignment unknown
Main Weapon unknown
Family unknown
Friends Du Lian, Mark Esha, Maggi Steen, Tamarin
First Appearance Episode 14 (Ragnarok Online)
Alph Ackart is a young Guillotine Cross traveling around with his friends. His intimidating presence belies a more intellectual side of him, as he seems to be very interested in scholarly pursuits such as literature and archaeology.

He possesses a black demon tattoo on his neck.

On iRO, this character is localized as Alp Ocart.

Story

SPOILER WARNING: Plot and/or ending details follow.

Alph was with Du and Mark when they filled out their paperwork for entry into Eclage. After observing Du's antics and Mark's irritated responses, they all entered Eclage.[1]

Du's haphazard rush ends up breaking the main bridge into Eclage, causing him and his friends to fall in. A carpenter Laphine name Fon is able to fix the bridge with the help of an adventurer, and the group is helped out of the hole they were in. Unfortunately, Du manages to upset Fon by insulting the quality of the bridge, causing the Laphine to yell at all of them to leave.

Du manages to find Yube and grabs him to take him over to Glaces, who becomes upset at how he's handling her friend. Du remarks that the three of them have beaten the adventurer to the punch, to which Mark reminds him that there's four of them (Alph was still cloaking). He then notices Oliver wearing a wolf hoodie and tries to match him up with Maggi. Alph notes that he's seen Oliver from somewhere, but can't recall where. Maggi doesn't seem interested, which disappoints Du. He then declares that he will find Moreng and rushes off with Yube in hand and Mark, Maggi, and Alph Ackart in tow.

After finding Moreng, the Laphine asks the adventurer about a legendary giant bird that lives in Midgard. Mark doesn't recall such a legend, but supposes that anything that would be considered insignificant to them would be huge to Laphines. Alph chimes in that the world of Midgard is vast and not everything has been discovered yet. They then head off towards the plaza to trace the source of the legend to an old man, who then says he got the idea from a traveler at the gates.

The group finds the traveler outside the gates of Eclage who indeed had a giant feather. However, the traveler's story of battling a giant bird to get the feather was suspect. He claimed to have encountered the giant bird upon arriving in Alfheim, but Oliver points out that the old man claimed the bird was sighted in Midgard. The traveler becomes nervous and corrects himself that it was Midgard where he saw the bird and not Alfheim. Then Mark notes that the scars that the traveler claims was from the fight were too old to have been made in a recent fight and they were too scabbed to have been healed through magic. Maggi and Alph further poke holes in the traveler's story until Du accuses the traveler of having bought the feather. The traveler finally admits that he bought the feather from a cat who managed to get into Eclage. He pleads the group to stop the cat before it takes anyone else's money.

They all head back to the plaza where they encounter the Cat Hand Group merchant who was peddling multiple feathers. Alph points out that the feathers can't be real because of the way the end is shaped. The Cat Hand merchant asserts that the feather did come from Midgard, but it was too big for him to carry so he just cut it into smaller pieces and adjusted them to look like whole feathers. Maggi is astonished and wonders how big the original feather was. When the Cat Hand merchant tells them how big it was, Du is impressed and claims they could make an omelet the size of the whole plaza. Mark suggests that they should go back to tell Moreng now that they have the whole story.

After telling Moreng the truth, the Laphine becomes excited and wishes to leave for Midgard right away. The group then notifies Glaces, who is surprised by Moreng's interest in such a tale and decides to change party preparations from a birthday party to a farewell party. She then asks the group to tell Yube and the group ends up at Yube's Yai. Oliver becomes hungry for acorns and Du offers to get some for him while everyone else rest up in the Yai. After getting Oliver a pile of acorns, Du encourages him to eat more so he would grow up big and strong. However, Oliver becomes sleepy after becoming full with acorns and fades away, which causes Alph to fall silent.

Once the group starts coming to terms with Oliver disappearing, Alph realizes that the young man was none other than Oliver Hilpert, an author that Alph is a fan of. He feels crestfallen that he lost an opportunity to get his books autographed by Oliver.[2]

Alph and the others later make their way to Verus City via an elevator built by Rekenber Corporation. Du's antics proceed to break the elevator as it made its way down to the ruins, putting himself and the others in danger of serious injury. Mark and Tamarin chastise Du for breaking yet another essential structure, to which Du responds abrasively. Luckily, an adventure comes along to help fix the elevator and the elevator is secured enough to allow Du and the others to exit off safely. Alph expresses his exasperation at the whole situation.[3]

Once they've arrived safely in Verus, Du remarks how the city didn't look anything like he'd imagine it to be. Mark wonders what he was expecting, to which Du responds that he thought it'd be filled with amazing treasures. Alph points out that architecture of the city was different from what he's used to in Midgard, but Du quickly changes his attention to that of the fountain nearby. As the group investigates the fountain, Alph and Tamarin are quick to notice that the fountain didn't look like it was buried for centuries; in fact, it looked as if it had been recently drained from how it looked so unusually clean for being part of a city in ruins. Alph starts to wonder if the city is as old as initially thought. Tamarin then suggests they look at the sundries nearby and Alph notes that those, too, looked as clean as the fountain. They then go to investigate a tree and Du points out that there's no sunlight in the ruins, and yet there are trees growing. Tamarin becomes shocked that Du said something so intelligent, to which Du responds angrily.

After some more exploring, the group comes across a signboard that points to the center square of the city. In his excitement, Du dashes deeper into the city, to the frustration of the rest of the group. He ends up at another fountain that looks as disturbingly clean as the other fountain. Maggi notes that her magic doesn't seem to detect much aging going on in the area. Alph and Tamarin ponder on the significance of their findings while Mark smacks Du upside the head for leaving them behind.

The group then moves farther north and sees that there are much more machines in the center square than the previous district they were in. Tamarin goes to investigate a blocked off path despite Mark's warnings. Past the blocked off path is an area of the city that's been completely destroyed. Du's instinct tells him it's a bad idea to enter the blocked off area, so the group decides to follow his feeling and explore the other parts of Verus for now.[4]

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