- Joachim Bellagarde was every girl’s soldier in shining French armor. He is a bulky, muscled man in his mid-twenties. He was put in the military by the wish of his parents so that he can serve Paris’ military. He was put in harsh training and restless practices in combat. Upon reaching the age of twenty-three, he was stationed to be one of the sentry guards at the famous Parisian prison during the early, middle and late medieval times: Bastille. The military was led by one of the governors of Bastille, Bernard René Jourdan marquis de Launay, who is also the commander of the garrison of the fortress. The government at the time was led by King Louis XVI, a Bourbon monarch who both ruled France and Navarre, a kingdom located between Spain and France and possibly beside the small independent country of Andorra. Joachim was always at sentry work all week and slept under the roofs of the fortress itself. There are lucky times where another soldier was placed on his assigned spot. During these times, he was able to visit his family living five hundred meters from the Bastille. They were an average family with simple necessities in life. Joachim was a good son to his parents, Charles and Marie Bellagarde. He was the second of four children and was the most favored by both his parents and siblings. He was a kind, humble and protective young man. He had everything he always wanted in life; but there is one more piece in his puzzle that hasn’t still been put in place: a woman he could love and live with forever. On the realm of the gods, there was one goddess who was piqued by Joachim’s handsomeness and kindness: Asteria, titan of the stars and of prophecies.