Barbarian warrior who, while saving a princess, had his male body reshaped as female. After a long journey of self-discovery, Typh has learned a lot about others and himself. Now sure of who he is and what he wants for himself – and who – Typh searches for a way to reclaim his male form so he can finally be his true self. Currently Typh has been banished to the island of Cardis’Das as punishment for taking the law into his own hands.

Princess Peonie

The aforementioned princess, heir to the throne of the Grand Luminary Alliance. Desiring fewer abductions and greater control of her fate, Peonie has strived to break free of her damsel role and has been a strong ally at Typh’s side for many adventures – whether she should be there or not! She is currently in a relationship with Captain Phi, and accompanying Typh on his way to Cardis’Das as the new Royal Emissary.

Captain Phi

Once a member of the Alliance’s guard, he has since risen to replace Typh as Peonie’s personal body guard. He has been in a long “secret” relationship with Peonie well before he became her body guard, but the king has made it clear that the relationship isn’t so secret. Phi is alongside Peonie as she heads to Cardis’Das.



Exiern was created by Drowemos and initially inspired by a scene from the webcomic “The Wotch”.

Originally written by Drowemos from the 9th of June 2005 to the 5th of March 2012 before writing duties passed to Chemiclord from the start of Chapter 19 on the 6th of March to 2012 to the 2nd of July 2014.

Scott T. Hicken has been writing Exiern from the start of Chapter 24 on the 3rd of July 2014.


At first Exiern was also illustrated by Drowemos from the 9th of June 2005 before being rebooted and illustrated from the restarted beginning by Studio Boom from the 6th of September 2005.

Then artistic duties were taken over by Shipeng Lee from June 17th 2010 until June 20th 2016

The next artist was Antipus from the 21st of June 2016 until the 31st of December 2019.

The present artist is Studio Katsumi (formerly Studio Boom) from the 1st of January 2020.