Kit has long blond hair tied into a ponytail and blue eyes. He wears a dark blue cape over his shoulders, a black long sleeved shirt, white pants with a brown satchel and brown boots.
Kit can be found outside of the town of your initial chosen traveler after you complete their prologue. He has been attacked by a monster and is injured. He asks the traveler if they can spare a Healing Grape. Should the player give him one, he will thank them. He will then introduce himself and state that he is on a journey to find his lost father, who disappeared when Kit was just a child. He will give the player 1,500 for helping him.
Helping Kit completes the side story Kit, the Traveler, which is typically the first side story players will encounter.
He reappears in Noblecourt, where he believes that he has gone as far as he can alone. He asks the party to find a group for him to travel with. The group the takes the inspiring actor to him and he joins the Impresario's circus.
Kit can be found again at Moonstruck Coast, and he tells the player that he feels like he needs to repay the Impresario somehow. The party gives him a lapis lazuli, which Kit uses to repaint the Impresario's sign.
Later on, Kit is seen talking to Lyblac in front of the Gate of Finis. She tells Kit that he will find his father inside the gate. However, Kit was deceived by Lyblac, and his body is offered up to the thirteenth god, Galdera where the two became one and the same. Lyblac tells the player that this was possible through Kit's bloodline, as their ancestor, Odin Crossford, was the magician who sealed Galdera away.
Once Galdera is defeated, Kit resurfaces from the god without any knowledge of what had just occurred. A few moments after thanking the player for rescuing him, the spirits of Graham and his wife appear before Kit. Graham thanks the player for sealing away the darkness in Orsterra, then he gives Kit words of encouragement. To live on, and live strong.Kit and the player then exit the Gate of Finis, closing the gate shut. The player is given 100,000 and a
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