What is a fanlisting?
"A fanlisting is simply an online list of fans of a subject, such as a TV show, actor, or musician, that is created by an individual and open for fans from around the world to join." - Quoted from TheFanlistings.org

Who's this fanlisting dedicated to?
This fanlisting is dedicated to Ganz Rothschild, a major/minor character (depending where you are in the game) of the RPG game Radiata Stories. Here is his profile (obtained from the game's "mini booklet" and official site):

- Age: 28
- Gender: Male
- Height: 152 cm
Eldest son of Gawain Rothschild of the Rotshchild clan, a family that holds the crest of the Lion of the West. He was raised well, and his speech and manners are impeccable. Although he can be a bit goofy at times, he is a man with a good soul, always trying to do the right thing. He is the captain of the Rose Cochon Brigade.

Is he really a graceful knight?
If you've played the game, you're probably thinking that I'm overexaggerating with titling this fanlisting as "Grace of a Knight," and I wouldn't blame you there. As the profile given by the creators suggests, Ganz can be a goof and a rather...ungraceful. But when you (or I) think about it overall, Ganz is a graceful knight. Despite him appearing to be a bit of a klutz, he is a great person when it comes to caring for others, braving against the evil creatures that lurk around, and fighting alongside his friends. I would think that all of that outruns his "bad marks" by many miles. From his table and speaking manners to his personality and skills, Ganz is as graceful as any other knight in the Radiata Kingdom, and maybe even more so.

Why I like him...
Frankly, I don't see why you CAN'T like Ganz. He's not stuck-up, self-centered, or cold-hearted. Personally, he's someone that I would like to have as a good friend. I mean, he cares about his friends, is brave even when he's afraid or worried, and he's willing to risk his life to fight for humanity or for what he believes him (which is fighting for good; not evil). And he does have good manners, I must add. I guess what I like about him is that despite him being well-pampered, he doesn't let his high rank or "royalty" go to his head, like how you sort of see with some of the other "royal-ranked" characters in Radiata. And yeah, he can be a bit clumsy at times, but hey, I like people who can be funny sometimes--no one's perfect, anyways.

- Christine