Marshall Rooke is one of the main characters in The Demon's Light.
Marshall Rooke was born in Silivia to Daniel and Jane O'Connor Rooke. His mother was a crimelord, a fact his aunt, Penny Yearling, knew, though his father remained unaware. Worried for his safety, Penny reported Jane to the police. Jane quickly found out through an informant and she held Daniel hostage as she was pursued in a high-speed chase. She drove to Port City, but was found and killed by Alchemilia Corporation due to being rivals. Penny gained custody of Marshall, until he was 15 when she mysteriously disappeared. Marshall resorted to crime to get by and became wanted by both Alchem. and the police. He fled to Gladea where he would be staying for the next year and a half. Eventually, he stumbled upon Chris, Melissa, and the rest of the protagonists.
Marshall and Atticus walked along the corner and came upon a café. They enter and are handed menus. Marshall stated they don't need money. They are served food and talk for some time. Atticus brought up the question of how they will pay the meal and Marshall replied they don't need to. Marshall persuaded Atticus to run off without paying which led to them being chased by café workers. Marshall and Atticus navigated through the crowd to an alleyway. Marshall seated himself on a crate and they discussed their plan. Marshall gave Atticus a ragged shirt and put one on himself. Marshall looked down and noticed a strange coin, then quickly shoved it in his pocket. He proceeded to make Atticus and himself makeshift cots, along with a bottle as a toilet. He then noticed something in between crates and picked up the rusty pair of scissors and placed them in his other pocket.
After being released from the hospital, Marshall went out and explored Silivia. He bumped into a strangely familiar lady while immersing himself in the scenery. He then walked to Plant Empire, owned by Wen Li. He bought some plants and Li told him the history of Euclid. Li drove him to the Laboratory of the Mind.
Marshall seems to have a great relationship with Chris, since he was the first protagonist to notice Marshall. They get along well.
Marshall has the power of heightened senses, quick reflexes, passive healing, and extreme jumping ability.
- Marshall has had more portrayers in the roleplay than any other character so far.