Ishara named herself after a fabled sea witch to instill fear in all she encountered, which is the path of an exiled woman looking to turn to piracy. She needs one thing first, and that’s a ship. If only she didn’t need her family to get to it.
Choose between two separate story branches depending on who Ishara gets stuck with, her hated twin sister Cendre or her sister’s deceptive fiancé Félix. Totalling 36,000 words, features include two hours of playtime, a battle mini-game, partial voice acting (for battles), and 4 endings.
Ishara: Bane of the Seas was made in one month for NaNoRenO ’15, a visual novel game jam.