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Post by Coppersocket on Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:18 am

Second thread, to make things more up to date. For example and general information, if you're new to the thread. Read the spoiler. It's my old post from the first thread. It's not up to date, and I'll work on a new one at some point.

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Coppersocket wrote:This thread is dedicated to something I just though up out of the blue.
How does your character perceive itself, and how does it view those around it? Does it view people individually, or does it perhaps generalize? Does it view itself as something great? Something bad? Does it have a opinion at all?


Coppersocket, the broken mess of a girl.
She views herself with a large self-hatred, disgusted at what she's become (Her appearance). Disgusted at the world she lives in, and in how she's forced to live her life. Terrified of her past, and hates her present, her future. Yet, despite all that hate, she seeks another day.
She does not view herself as a better, but she does view herself as someone of a higher status- among the scum.

The girl knows naught of greed, as she simply works to survive. Excess is not something she usually has, and if she does- she'll abandon it.


As for others. Copper's a hard nut to crack, she views most people within the same region, not above herself, not below herself. They're people who simply exist, or well. To some degree this is truth.
To Dwarves, and Gnomes this is the case. Copper views them as equals. The Dwarves can be a bit daft, but beyond that they seem like good people.
As for humans, and Elves, they're as barbaric as they get. To her, humans are but breeding animals. Rape to humans is another days good job, breeding like goblins- they will have sex with anything and anyone in their vicinity, given the chance.
As for the Elves, they're barbarians by nature, with no sense of technology, they're clearly inferior in just about every single way- with massive weaknesses. She does not question their place in the Alliance, but she does question how much good they would do- if they were actually attacked, as their trees are all but that. Trees.

But in general, Copper's perspective of individuals is followed up a sarcastic remark, followed by a dull face with complete lack of emotion. They mean nothing to her, unless they find a way to become a part of her life.


I could probably cover it in a lot more detail, but I'll keep it simple and I urge anyone else to do so as well- as it could possibly lead to spoilers, making characters less interesting to interact with.
Nothing is as fun as learning about new characters after all.


Edit: I'll just add it in, response to the below posts.

(Some of these are outdated, need to update them again at some point)
Ezlbag:
The one she would refer to as the love of her life. She cared very much for this Gnome, and he was one of the very few people in existence to ever be considered important. Ezlbag was extremely special. While she misses him from time to time, she does no longer mourn his passing.
Doreen / Nifty:
What could possibly be seen as her mentor, Copper's had a rough life, and Doreen was somewhat of a polar opposite of what Copper once was. Through many conversations and long debates about moral choices, and as well as things that happened around Copper- she would eventually have to abandon some of her former ideals. However, she never agreed with Nifty. They'd always have their differences. But Copper viewed Nifty as a sister, and that- is something nobody else will ever achieve. Their love-hate relationship was something that's not easy to come across. Copper loved Nifty, just as much as she loved Ezlbag- however, as stated before. Not as a lover.
The Timmens Familiy:
Quinian: Quinian Timmens, if he hadn't been a human, she'd love the man. But it'd not be a healthy relationship. She seems him as a very unhealthy person, a very dangerous person. Not just to everyone else, but to himself as well.
Despite this, he holds a very special place in Copper's life. He, like Ezlbag has shown himself as a very good friend, but perhaps not one she would trust her life to. On the other hand, she would- for him.
He's also one of the very few people, Copper will openly say "I love you" to.

Zalissa "Sally": One of Copper's absolutely best friends. She values Sally very highly. She does consider Sally's relationship with Quinian, very rowdy- as it is. She's afraid of ever seeing Sally come to harm, knowing her lifestyle- because to Copper, Sally's simply too important to lose.
She'd give her life to protect Sally in a heartbeat.
Copper views her both as a kind of daughter, and a kind of mother. A family member she never had.

Vinian: She seems Vinian as an unfortunate accident, given the parents behavior. But she'd never tell them that.
She likes the kid, even if she doesn't spend much time with him. Frankly, she doesn't want to see what the kid turns into when he grows up- and she knows she's going to, since he'll grow old and die before she does.


All in all, she loves the family very fondly, and at points they've been her source of letting off steam, as things have been very troubling for her. She's very honest in her feelings, when she shows them.
Helmut:
Copper views Helmut as a useful being, to a degree. He's yet to find a sweet spot to make her consider him at all beyond an acquaintance, however he's at least gained the amount of affection that she'd not betray him on a whim.
In short, useful tool.
Paia:
Paia, another person Copper likes. She's not as close friend with Paia as she would like to be, and does feel a ounce of guilt for having Paia take care of her when under Tjib's service. Another person Copper would die for, if required.
Loyalty runs deep, for those who has proven themselves.
Tjib:
Questionable, apparently worked on a new plague. Horrible. Unaware how to process. Difficult man. At least he payed well.
Bradley:
Useful at times, but a blasted human. With all the traits that comes along. At least he's truth worthy
Phil:
Blasted womanizer. Trust worthy as well, but not worth socializing without adding remarks, like his brother.
Damoni:
Fun to tease, also fun to make fun of. But at the end of the day, Copper sees him as someone extremely loyal and dedicated. While she has no deep feelings for him, she's afraid of losing him too- after losing both Doreen and Ezlbag. Terrified, in her own way.
Zinkle:
That one? Ha. Thinks himself so great. Well, Copper took his company. Shows how great he is. Useless, bad mouthed, Idiot.
Bismack / Bronze:
Bronze is a strange man. He who tailors his own laws, yet sees fit to break them when the need or desire, arise. Clearly the superior of the two brothers. An idiot, but a kind idiot.
John / Ralegh:
John, a man who cannot hold his own money in check. Constantly standing in his brothers shadow. Not to be disguised as weakness. John seems capable, and smarter than his brother, but only by so much. Like his brother, he is kind. But a replacement battery for his memory core would be due.
Abe:
Abe's a complete lunatic. Rude, excessively violent, delusional, and most certainly insane. He has at several times arrested Copper for made up reasons, despite that she has at all times put on a kind front towards the old man. Best kept a shadow spell prepared, would his face ever surface again. People like him should be thrown into the nether
Arenfel:
Helpful, useful. Has proven his worth, and is among the few to be considered a friend. Perhaps would not die for the man, given his age- but cherishes his company.
Greysmith:
Persistent to show up when one least expects it. He's been useful and has earned a degree of respect.
Feral:
She views Feral as a nice being. He's been kind towards her. However, beyond small talk- Feral has no place in her life. Like many others, she would simply toss him aside- if need be.
A potential tool.
Monrena:
Copper's vision of people is narrow, and having built up a larger connection of people, she simply moved on. Monrena, is just one of many which has been discarded, or forgotten among her acquaintances.

This does not mean she dislikes the Draenei. Copper doesn't "like" or "dislike" people in that sense. They simply exist as long as they exist to her. When they then become disconnected, they simply fade from her reality.
Iriel:
Once seen as a simple friend. Having been forced to discard those feelings through magic, among some minor personal likings for another few, she now views Irene as nothing more than a broken tool. What ever use Irene once had, has been consumed, or perhaps just that things changed so that her services were simply no longer of use.
Either way, she's just another discarded tool.
The Regiment:
Confused by their trust to her, but sees it as a possible benefit.


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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Ixirar/Kavalis on Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:25 am

Phil didn't have a brother, if you're referring to my char. Just for the sake of clarity.

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Coppersocket on Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:33 am

That post is quite literally a year old, (ie, you're late as fuck) and it was referring to Bradley.

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Ixirar/Kavalis on Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:45 am

By the definition of the word "literally", that post is quite literally half an hour old, ie I'm right on time. And Phil was never Bradley's brother (not now, not a year ago, so it's wrong no matter when you wrote it)

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Coppersocket on Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:55 am

Stop being an idiot. You know very well that I meant the quote itself is from a year old post.
You don't even play the character. So it's not like it's fucking relevant.

Let's Not fill this up with your bullshit, thanks.

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Grim on Mon Sep 08, 2014 8:23 am

It's going so well!

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[H] Brok Frostfeud - Orc - Monk and Prospect of the Blood Wolf Clan
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[H] Guk Swordshatter - Orc - Illusionist, murderer and psychopathic bitch

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Ixirar/Kavalis on Mon Sep 08, 2014 8:29 am

Could also, you know, just acknowledge the mistake instead of resorting to verbal violence and ad hominem the moment I point out inaccuracies in your statement about my char? :p

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Grim on Mon Sep 08, 2014 8:49 am

Well, in the hope of encouraging some actual responses and taking attention away from the bickering...

Here's Grim's updated character thingy.

Grim Grim views himself as better than most people. He is intelligent for an orc, though perhaps not quite as intelligent as he thinks he is. He likes to confuse / surprise people who are expecting to deal with a big, dumb orc.

Grim is the sort of orc who once he's given his opinion on a subject will likely stop listening and not pay attention to other people's opinions (we all know people like that IRL!). He views most people as tools to be used and discarded; though recently he's grown fond of quite a few people.

He has black moods and is aware of them but finds himself incapable of changing and is prone to indecision at times.

Grim wants to be famous, respected, feared and/or loved. Most of his actions go towards these goals, even if indirectly. He's usually smart enough to make his actions look benevolent and honourable and has no fear of getting involved in murky politics to get his own way.

How he views others:

Kozgugore Feraleye:@
Spoiler:
Grim is extremely good at holding a grudge and hasn't forgotten the many times he was dismissed or openly mocked by Kozgugore back when he was a Shatterskull Marauder. This grudge means Grim is unlikely to ever consider Kozgugore a friend. However, Grim has never needed friendship and does respect Koz's no-nonsense attitude, even through their mutual dislike.
Seeing how highly the Red Blade regard Kozgugore Grim realises the importance of keeping on his good side by remaining professional.

Helmut Spoon:
Spoiler:
Grim has gone from having a sense of rivalry with Helmut to hating the gnome with a passion. Helmut has foiled one too many of Grim's plans, and come after Grim one too many times. Grim now dreams of facing Helmut in battle once more.

Sadok Sharptongue:
Spoiler:
At first Grim hated Sadok, believing the arcanist belittled him and mocked him without provocation. As he got to know him however he realised that that's just how Sadok is. As soon as that realisation dawned Grim found himself thoroughly enjoying verbal back and forth with Sadok. Having been on the receiving end of more than lost duel against the mage he also rather respected his combat skills.
Grim, in his capacity as a shaman, also delivered Sadok's child, which surprised everyone involved. Unused to seeing this much blood and gore spouting from one person and it being a good thing Grim tends to do his best not to remember this incident.
As far as Grim was aware Sadok died, a fact which Grim regretted somewhat. Having recently seen Sadok alive and well, and even spoken to him briefly Grim is now chiefly concerned that Sadok is some kind of abomination raised from the dead and only a shadow of his former self.

Catari:
Spoiler:
Grim has not seen or heard from Catari in a long time. His feelings on her are complex - he dislikes her, but respects her, believes she has stabbed him in the back and yet also believes she saved his life.

Tantzui:
Spoiler:
Grim knows very little about this troll, but a friend of Hikka's is a friend of his.

Rhiga:
Spoiler:
Grim views Rhiga as a useful weapon and an attractive female. Her crudeness now amuses him rather than makes him blush. He also thinks of her as a fantastic source of information and an orc with her ear pressed firmly to the ground.

Mozrogg:
Spoiler:
Mozrogg has rapidly become one of the few people Grim would call a friend. Mozrogg's attitude and sense of humour amuse Grim greatly, and his fighting skills impress him.

Sakarah:
Spoiler:
One of the few people Grim truly cares for. Her kindness and wisdom is a constant inspiration to Grim. He would savage and destroy anything or anyone who caused harm to her and is liable to cause physical harm to anyone even insulting her.

Rargnasha:
Spoiler:
Grim and Rargnasha were once friends, but no longer. The Rebellion and the truce with the Alliance ruined that. Grim rarely forgives, and rarely forgets - he is now willing to tolerate Rargnasha in order to fight beside his friends in the Marauders once more.

Himo:
Spoiler:
When they both served in the Marauders Grim had little respect for Himo, believing him a 'goody two shoes' without the guts to make the hard decisions. Since Grim formed the Blood Wolf Clan and Himo rose to lead the Marauders his opinion has softened somewhat and he now respects Himo as a competent leader, while remaining aware that he's given the tauren too hard a time in the past to ever be good friends. He is impressed with Himo's sense of honour and grateful that he has forced the Marauders into an oath of friendship with the Blood Wolves, and forced them to stick to it!

Tarakjin:
Spoiler:
While Grim does not know Tarakjin very well this troll has impressed him hugely. Grim holds Tarakjin in a great deal of respect and believes he owes him a favour several times over! Tarakjin's sense of fair play and honesty has earned him Grim's loyalty.

Hikka Redeye:
Spoiler:
One of the people Grim respects the most. He views her as something like a little sister, albeit one he is quite attracted to - leading to some rather confusing feelings! Grim takes great pride in Hikka and her meteoric rise from Booty Bay stripper to Warcaller of the Marauders. He is wary of her voodoo abilities but holds her skills at war in extremely high regard.

Shyrendora:
Spoiler:
Grim finds the combination of feminine allure and sheer power she holds a heady mix and in all honesty she makes him slightly weak at the knees. However, he is a canny enough politician to at least try not to show this, and most definitely would not let this get in the way of him standing up for the Blood Wolves against the Gurubashi. Grim treats her with caution, not entirely sure how far to trust her and her trolls but is willing to treat them fairly.

Moneyfix:
Spoiler:
Grim is naturally distrustful of any and all goblins he meets and is not sure if Moneyfix is as honest as he claims to be. He is however grateful to this particular goblin for the help he has given him.

Danroth:
Spoiler:
Danroth is the only Forsaken Grim has ever met who he trusts. Dan has saved his life more times than either of them can remember and Grim would fight to the end for him. However, Dan's incessant experimentation and many, many explosive mishaps alternate between worrying him and angering him.

Krogon Devilstep:
Spoiler:
Grim is almost entirely indifferent to the continued existence of this orc, viewing him as little more than a cheerleader for Rargnasha

Haen Strongwind:
Spoiler:
Grim is somewhat bemused by this tauren's constant upset stomach! Haen's zealousness and serious nature impress Grim and while he would never admit to understanding the tauren's motives he certainly respects his dedication to the Clan.

Jarilo Stronghoof:
Spoiler:
After having spent a great deal of time fending off this vengeful tauren Grim has accepted his apology and accepted him into the Clan. Grim is sure that this grizzled tauren will be an asset to the Clan but his religious fervour irritates him and as such Grim keeps his distance.

Troxigar:
Spoiler:
Originally disliking Trox due to his affiliation with the Red Blade, Grim has grown to value him hugely. Grim took pity on Troxigar and Goru as they fled the Red Blade and this pity has changed to respect. Trox is sarcastic and bitter, to the extent he sometimes sets Grim's teeth on edge, but Grim is smart enough to see past this. Troxigar's skills in combat are a huge asset to the Clan, as is his dogged and steady personality.

Asmiric:
Spoiler:
This tauren left the Marauders to join the Blood Wolves, something which worried Grim at first. Grim has no desire to irritate the Marauders, but the tauren's willingness to embrace the Blood Wolf Clan and his undisputed combat skills make him an asset Grim will not turn down.

Ashruk:
Spoiler:
Literally stumbling upon this Laughing Skull orc Grim has known him only briefly but is somewhat in awe of the ever-laughing orc's tracking skills. His archery skills impress Grim too.

Victomon:
Spoiler:
Victomon and Grim duelled for a long, long time... Victomon won, but only just! This fight endeared Victomon to Grim greatly and he views Victo with great respect. Victomon's dour and quiet personality make him a hard orc to truly befriend, but that is something Grim actually quite likes!

Grogglefutz:
Spoiler:
Weird, wacky and sometimes explosive. Nonetheless Grim holds this goblin in unsually high regard. His utter loyalty during the Ironbreaker Council's campaign and his sheer usefulness mean Grim will move heaven and earth to help this goblin if required.

Kozgugore Feraleye:
Spoiler:
Back when he was a Marauder Grim disliked Kozgugore, feeling slighted by him in the few conversations they had. This turned to active dislike once or twice as they argued about things Grim can't even remember. However, Grim was always aware of the power Kozgugore held and was always intrigued by how casually and naturally this orc wielded this power.

Organisations:

The Blood Wolf Clan:
Spoiler:
The Clan are Grim's baby... He formed them, he leads them and he would see the whole world burn before he let them come to harm. The Clan is his pride and his joy and he now fully believes himself to have reached the pinnacle of his career as their leader.

The Shatterskull Marauders:
Spoiler:
After Grim left the Marauders and took a fair few of them with him relations between them and the Wolves were strained in the extreme. Largely due to the diplomacy of Himo these issues are now mostly gone, bruied deep in the past. Grim views the Marauders as a shadow of what they could have been had he become their Chieftain but he still respects them. They are his and his Clan's erstwhile allies and the Wolves will gladly fight beside the Marauders whenever, wherever.

The Orcs of the Red Blade:
Spoiler:
The tribe has always irked Grim somewhat. He has always had little patience for what he perceives as their arrogance, their belief that they are the only 'true' orcs. Nonetheless, they fought honourably and this he respected. During the Rebellion, and after it, he grew to detest the Tribe. The invasion of the Iron Horde did little to dispel these negative feelings, with the tribe's high-handedness driving many away from their side to join the fledgling Ironbreaker Council.
However, towards the end of the campaign in the Blasted Lands, as the assault on the Dark Portal grew closer, this dislike began to thaw. They were all fighting the same enemy and managed to studiously avoid upsetting each other.
Not having seen or heard from them since breaking through to Draenor Grim has only just heard news of their change of leadership. While it could never be said that Kozgugore and Grim were friends he does hold out hopes that the returning Chieftain will enable an alliance of sorts to form.

Wild Tempest:
Spoiler:
High technology and a burning hatred of the Blood Wolves make this Alliance regiment a dangerous foe. Grim feels the Clan are outmatched in a straight fight against them and so has resorted to terror tactics when fighting them, further upsetting them and deepening the feud! If he were to be honest to himself Grim would admit to being slightly scared of them, intimidated by their guns and robots!

The Second Gurubashi Empire:
Spoiler:
Grim sees the Empire as a larger, stronger group of outcasts who would make incredibly valuable allies to the Clan. However, they are savages and barbarians and being too close to them annoys him. He believes they are 'flaky', forever wavering in their support and less than reliable allies. He will play the politician with them though as their strength is valuable to him.


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[H] Brok Frostfeud - Orc - Monk and Prospect of the Blood Wolf Clan
[H] Mayana - Orc - Rogue and spy for the Blood Wolf Clan
[H] Guk Swordshatter - Orc - Illusionist, murderer and psychopathic bitch

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Adry on Mon Sep 08, 2014 9:28 am

Adelane's world is forever a strange, confusing place. Through her eyes, certain simplicities in life are extensively complicated, while what most would consider to be laboriously intensive such as refitting and modifying an extensively damaged Sky Golem chassis with a purpose-built induction samophlange are second nature.

While never quite certain about how the world would expect her to act, she judges herself on how she would appear to be perceived by others, often taking them quite literally, recently wasting half an hour of effort trying to decipher the meaning of the phrase; "You're so sweet you'll give me cavities."

While often intolerably selfish and unkind, these traits aren't often pointed out to her, leaving her to believe she is in fact a model citizen, albeit one who has been accused of being a clandestine dentist, or so she thinks.

Her view of others:

Elive Blackmantle:
Elive is very special to Addie. She feels Elive will allow her to be herself, a generosity not afforded by most. To her, Elive is some kind of precious gem to be protected at all costs.

Theadore Wellsworth:
To Addie, Theadore remains some sort of unsolvable riddle. While once they were the best of friends, even tip-toeing into some kind of "relationship", they are now hardly on talking terms. Why and how remain a total mystery.

Aladrian Wolfsbane:
One probable cause for Theadore's change of mind would be this man, a brave old Paladin who swept in and stole Theadore's affections. Though once fooled into thinking he was a nice man, Addie once again despises him for coming between her and Theadore, incredibly thankful of his disappearance.

Ixirar Swiftmoon:
Addie never did manage to understand Ixirar, though that wouldn't be a first. Ixirar's misplaced motherly affection for her baffled her for the most part, though she did enjoy being coddled dearly.

Xaphane Iero:
Xaphane is a nice young lady who enjoys reading books. While Xaphane can't share in Addie's love of engineering, they can both relate in their love of literature, and their stammers.

Rinoi Du'nai:
Having previously known little about Rinoi other than her relationship with Tarlin, Addie now sees her as a close friend, one she can grab a drink with and sit at the back of the pig discussing things like the good old days in the Navy.

Tarlin Hawthorne:
Addie sees Tarlin as a friend, in spite of them having fairly little in common. If anything, they can always talk about guns and explosions.

Lennix Stevens:
Addie doesn't really know what to make of Lennix. She's incapable of determining whether he loves her or loathes her, so remains ever cautious in his presence.

Yuan'do Oxheart:
Addie likes Yuan quite a lot, though that may well be her misplacing her prior affections for Theadore on to the new replacement authority figure. Of all the people she knows, Yuan is the most difficult for her to read. She has absolutely no idea what Yuan thinks of her, or anything for that matter.

Faerysa:
Faerysa is enother enigma. She seems to have taken a shining to Addie for whatever reason and resigns to pester her interminably. Addie isn't a fan of being interrupted or being crowded, and so Faerysa often wears her patience thin.

Arenfel Serentyne:
To Addie, Arenfel is like some kind of mythical dragonslayer superhero ultra-mage from a comic book come to life. After succumbing to a lot of Faerysa and other mages' bullying, she is now attempting to pursue magic, and seems to think Arenfel is the best mage in the world, going to him for any queries related to magic or otherwise. Run while you still can, Arenfel.

Kovu Sanders:
Addie thinks Kovu is very sweet, if also the victim of poor fate. She doesn't know him well enough to quite consider him a friend, but sees him as good friend-potential.

Magenta Morgan:
Begrudgingly burdened with Magenta's presence, along with all of her other siblings, she at least finds this one slightly bearable, even if Magenta has an especially irritating habit of being "the responsible sibling".
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Magenta(left) and Adelane(right), as drawn by Xaphane

Daryon Morgan:
Daryon is another of Addie's many, many relatives, who has recently became relevant in her life once more, joining the Band of the Brave. So far he's proven to be just as embarrassing to keep around as Magenta.

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Rinoi on Mon Sep 08, 2014 10:23 am

Rinoi Du’nai
Rinoi believes herself to be a morally good person. Priding herself on her loyalty and strength. Although she is aware she is no saint or paladin, she tries to live according to the Holy Light’s virtues she was raised by. She sees herself as an average human, without great magical power or a connection to the Light. This soberness keeps her  fairly straight-forward. She knows she doesn’t understand the insanity that the world can throw at her, but if she keeps her feet on the ground, she’ll find a way to deal with it. Buying something a drink, or hitting it with a sword are surprisingly often the solution to her problems.

Her views of others;
In no particular order, and may add more later on!

Her father; Tocha 'Cliffbreaker' Du'nai:
An admiral in the neutral Steamwheedle fleet. Rinoi has a difficult relationship with him. On one hand he demands respect in his pure, larger than life manner. On the other, he has been out at sea so often that most of what she knows about him is in the words of her babysitters, guardians, and co-workers of her father. Her actual interactions with him usually end up in frustration. She both aspires to become just as good and great as him, and to not ever be like him. The relationship got even tenser when her father ‘discouraged’ her relationship with Tarlin, by having him beat up.

Tarlin Hawthorne:

Her lover. Quite to her surprise, she grew very attached to the often grumpy worgen after an adventurous trip through Stranglethorn. They’ve been together since. Although the spark is still alive and she trusts him, she is worried that they lack common interests. But so far, she continues to enjoy her time with Tarlin and spends a great deal of time with him! She has considered popping the question to him…

Yuan’do Oxheart:

The leader of the Band of the Brave, and a fierce warrior. Rinoi respects the strength and leadership of Madam Oxheart and will loyally follow her, despite several arguments that had them nearly at each other’s throats.

Arenfel Serentyne:

She highly respects the enigmatic archmage. Although she only encountered him in company and heard stories of him, she learned quickly that he was someone to respect. After a brief episode in Gilneas where she got to speak with him in private that feeling was strongly enforced. She sees him as a father figure, as she found her own so lacking. She also received the rune blade Nautus from him, as well as other, smaller magical gifts.

Henry:

Rinoi’s mount; a yak from Pandaria. For some reason the damn goat is absolutely infatuated with her. A mixture of annoyance, confusion and a little bit of love is what describes her feelings for Henry.

Shapur:

A mysterious, calm and friendly draenei. She admires him and his wisdom about nature and spiritual matters, things she knows little about herself. He also served in her father’s navy, giving him some knowledge about the seas and life aboard a ship. Things she can relate to, and she admires in any person. Despite their familiarity, she is wary to speak too plainly to him. She is convinced her father sent him to keep an eye on her, and is reporting many of her moves back to him.

Lennix Jasperson-Stevens:

A friendly soul in the Braves and one she respects. Although she sees him as a bit of a bumbling idiot at times, she is certain that his heart is pure and that she can rely on him. She gets a bit annoyed at his constant illusions, but has grown used to their presence. Seeing a copy of herself suddenly stand besides her has become a bit less of a jump-scare.

Tamil Rodericson:

A Blazing Shield Lance Corporal. Rinoi used to be in the Shields herself, and she recognises a bit of herself in Tamil. She admires her ability and effort to sort problems out and being nice while at it. Something that many of the Shields no longer share, in her eyes. She hopes to get to know her better and become good friends!

Adelane Morgan:

A curious girl, with strange tendencies and a shy disposition, and a brain for engineering. She used to not be entirely at ease with her, but after a few drinks she feels much better about their connection and looks forward to getting to know her better. Although she doesn’t understand her fascination with attaching chain-guns to any appliance.

Frank Lomonde:

The charismatic and unfathomable captain of the Screaming Duckling, to which Rin is first mate. She can’t help but admire him and his nautical and musical tendencies, looking up to the short elf whenever he’s around. If only he didn’t vanish at strange times, and made her doubt his trustworthiness.

Liam Samuels:

Liam was another worgen that popped up and joined the Band. Friendly, and a former sailor, who owns a ship and donated it (while he’s around) to the service of the Band. That’s pretty admirable, and Rin really digs ships. So she likes him a bunch.

Kayle Ravelle:

A clearly successful merchant-captain that owns a small fleet. He made her doubt her commitment to the Band, despite only having spoken for one evening. Ships, yo.

Jack Ironside:

Rinoi has a irrational dislike for Jack. Ever since he came by the Command Center to threaten her regarding the incarceration of her boyfriend Tarlin she has grown to see him as part of the reason Tarlin -got- into trouble. His arrogant behaviour and cocky remarks since have only added to her dislike.

Monrena Scaletail:

One of the familiar faces in the Band. Rinoi knows to rely on her as one of her comrades, more or less. But the tale that she shot explosive rounds in the middle of a group of allies to take out the enemy has her be a little more wary than around most of the allies.

Falrock Thilliath:

Her former commander in the Blazing Shields. A powerful and gruff man that demands respect, and has earned hers.

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Zhakiri on Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:43 pm

Gashuk Soulfury

Gashuk views himself above all else a traditional Orc; he is highly loyal to his heritage as a Shadowmoon Shaman and continues to try to emanate that lifestyle within the modern Horde and his Tribe, even as a Warlock Gashuk considered himself more an Orc than a Warlock and battled prejudice for a long time. He considers himself intellectually book-smart and very spiritual, with a slight hint of superiority over other tribes-orcs mostly due to his age. He is not a Tribe-Elder but he is without doubt an Elder of the Tribe and considers that a boon. Gashuk had a power complex born from his father's high place in society on Draenor, for Gashuk weakness isn't an option but age has mellowed the once-Warlock and he is once again ready to view himself as a venerable Shaman and submit himself to the humility which befalls that. This transitional circle of life has shifted his views on many things as he strives to reconnect with the Spirits.


How he views others:

Rargnasha Bloodmark:
Gashuk, as a traditional Orc with traditional values, views Rargnasha simply as his Chieftain, there is little else to note. He is strong, a reasonable leader that listens to council and personifies the Red Blades well. Whilst Gashuk may not always agree with his decisions, he feels there has yet to be a situation severe enough for him to push the boundaries between an Orc and his Alpha. His loyalty to his Chieftain is unwavering.

Sadok Sharptongue:
Gashuk sees Sadok as a friend, his wit is matched if not super ceded by Sharptongue's, well, sharp tongue and Gashuk enjoys that. As he is a spiritual arcanist, Gashuk views Sadok as a constant source of entertaining yet informative conversation.  

Rhonya Steelheart:
Rhonya is mentally beyond her physical years, although she is the main shamanic Thur'ruk of the Tribe, Gashuk enjoys the fact that often it is her coming to him for advice than the other way round. Gashuk still views her as a font of tribal knowledge and often seeks her approval on his actions.

Grogona Wolfheart:
Grogona to Gashuk is a true she-wolf, baring her fangs in protection of her pack. As Rrosh'tul of the Tribe, Gashuk follows her advice on the battlefield and appreciates the chance she gave him to prove his strength as Nag'ogar. She is a great asset to the Tribe and whenever her travels keeps her from the Tribe, Gashuk sorely misses her. Her interest in tribal blood magic draws Gashuk into believing she is more than what she appears however.

Gridish Rimeweaver:
Gridish, and his infuriating talking tome "Lofty", is a constant source of dramatic entertainment to Gashuk. The fact that he is a spell caster like him and walked the path of strength to become Rrosh'tul inspires great respect in Gashuk's eyes and a keen ear is always outstretched for his tactical advice from a caster's perspective on the battlefield. They often work on puzzles of an arcane nature together and his ability to spot the unseen yet be humble when Gashuk sees it first makes for a great partnership.

Therak Duskstalker:
Therak is a mentor of all things that Gashuk would rely on Magic for, and his ability to adapt to any given situation without any magical ability is deeply respected by Gashuk. Little more is to be said, Gashuk will keep a close relationship with this Orc.

Krogon Devilstep:
Krogon is the old Blademaster that makes Gashuk think back to old times. He is a old rugged Wolf but still bares a full set of teeth. He may act with a superior air, but so does Gashuk, so he somewhat respects it for as long as the respect is mutual. Krogon's actions often land him in hot water, which mostly just amuses Gashuk (for example his demotion to New Blood again absolutely confounds him!) but if truth be told, Gashuk would often do the same in most of the situations. Krogon is not a selfish Orc and the traditionalist inside Gashuk respects that.

Trakmar Bloodmaw:
Gashuk usually utterly detests this Mag'hari, he is a prejudice, brown skinned, foul mouthed lout of an Orc and when he was banished from the Tribe, Gashuk felt a small amount of pleasure. His strength and relationship with the Wild Spirits though annoyingly inspires some respect from Gashuk, but he would rarely let that show.

Nograx Blackspine:
Gashuk's only blood brother, a student in the ways of a Shaman and a Dragonmaw Orc that Gashuk is constantly defending like an older brother would of his younger sibling. He doesn't always agree with what Nograx does, or even his views, but for some unexplained reason he always finds the Orc in his favour.

Groshnok Gorewrath:
Gashuk originally found much companionship in Groshnok as they both trained for the honour of Nag'ogar, however as the Orc grew from being focused to being a drunkard, he felt his respect for him slowly dwindle. Gashuk often sees sparks of the old Groshnok and genuinely cares for him but fears his obsession over alcohol is growing into a big problem that is spreading; not something an old Shadowmoon approves of.

Uzguul Stormgaze:
Once a tutor to Gashuk, once almost like a Father but that has all changed. Gashuk first clung onto Uzguul to secure his place in the Tribe and followed him and humoured his ideals and extreme warlockry. Yet he struggled to remain loyal to him and at the same time inspire trust in his fellow tribe-orcs, thankfully Uzguul's sporadic absences allowed Gashuk to slowly seperate himself from the orc and be himself; rather than this Warlock Stormgaze wanted him to be. As a Stormreaver, like Gashuk's Father, Gashuk has great respect for Uzguul's ability and does not underestimate him, but equally he wants little to do with him now he is secured in the Tribe and attempting to reconnect with the Spirits.

Jarilo Stronghoof:
Gashuk originally found this Tauren to be a pest, he was a overly pious Sunwalker with no ability to see the grey lines in life's morals. Everything was black or white to him and as a Warlock, Gashuk was black no matter what he did or said. Thankfully he seems to have given up his role as a Sunwalker and turns to An'she as a Seer; this seems to have mellowed Stronghoof's black and white view on the world slightly and now Gashuk is returning to the Spirits, he has found the Tauren to be a pillar of support.

-Will add more in time.


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Inactive - Nygarth Thorgint- Arathorian Veteran.
Inactive - Orthur Thorgint- Arathorian Blood Priest.

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Krogon Devilstep on Mon Sep 08, 2014 1:14 pm

Krogon Devilstep

Krogon has undergone a deep change since his younger years, less concerned with making himself outwardly and inwardly honorable and thus preffering to do the 'right' thing over the 'wrong' or 'honorable'. He is highly loyal to his tribe, the red blades, and see's them as an ideal conduit through which to channel his efforts to maintain and uphold traditional and noble Orcish values. Krogon see's himself as ultimately disposable, someone who can and will get his hands dirty, muddy or bloody in the name of the greater good. His own honor, health, body and soul are all willing sacrafices for the ultimate ideals he strives to protect.

Despite this, he often has bouts of hidden ucnertainty over if he is indeed doing the 'right' thing, usually brought about by conflicts with family or tribe members.

Rargnasha Bloodmark:
Krogon has the greatest respect for his Blood brother and chieftain. they have shed blood, sweat and tears over the years to protect their tribe and way of life and have formed a solid if often silent bond. He knows his brother is an orc to be relied on, but often worries his younger brother is hasty in his choices and stubborn in his resolve, but knows these are qualities he too once had to shed off and still has to consider today. At present his main worry is that he has ruined his bond with his brother, over events with dark shaman.

Therak Duskstalker:
Therak is an Orc Krogon believes is an example of the red blades future. Noting his cunning and ethics during their struggles against a particular band of females in the past, Krogon knew he would one day make a fine elder. At present however he worries he may have let down and shamed himself before his unnofficial protege.

Sadok Sharptongue:
Krogon likes Sadok. He isn't entirely sure 'why' though. He's stuck his neck out on dozens of occasions to either save his over linguistic hide and remains uncertain if it was worth it. Despite this, he knows sadok is a deeply loyal orc and an asset to tribe red blade, though does on rare occasion worry about his past relationship with an exile and how it may effect his future.

Rhonya Steelheart:
Rhonya is another Orc krogon see's as the future of tribe red blade. A warm hearted, kind and open Orc who helps without question or prejudice. He only worries that sometimes she does not exhert herself to her fullest, giving in to doubt.

Gashuk soulfury:
Krogon is impressed by Gashuk, if with some hesitation. A warlock trying to grow closer to the spirits and forsaken the fel? if it all goes to plan he believes it a noble cause, but remains weary of if the Orc slips back down a dark path. Overall he understands that they both share traditional values and notions, but knows better than to let that bridge any bond between himself and a fel user.

Moneyfix Sparks:
Krogon disliked moneyfix, at first. He considered him irritating, but as the goblin travelled with the red blades he began to admire the goblins bold thinking and border line suicidal courage. However, events after the rebellion have soured that relationship and now Krogon views moneyfix as another gold and power obssessed goblin.

Grim Stonepaw:
While he once valued grims bold and brave tactical thinking and ballsy approach to danger, when the former marauder turned blood wolf he quickly lost all respect for the Orc. Krogon views that Grim endangered the northern rebellion and potentially the whole rebellion for nothing more than selfish fullfillment of pride and sating blood lust, they could practically be called enemies, or atleast 'opposed'.

Thats all for now, i'l add more later.

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Arkail Blastblade on Mon Sep 08, 2014 5:41 pm

Arkail Blastblade

Arkail feels he has changed a lot since joining the Red blades. Having been removed from the worlds troubles for so long. He realizes now how little he really knew. His experiences in the rebellion, a trial by fire in what the world is about and what matters. What started as a brief stay with the Red Blades for his own gain turned into a undying resolve to the tribe and its well being

He recognizes his many failings when it comes to the battlefield and is first to admit them, not that it stops him from entering a fray when called upon. Though he remains reserved and quiet. He feels now more "whole" and certain of himself and what he wants to be.


His views on a few others:


Rargnasha Bloodmark:
He sees him as a his Chieftain, Worthy of respect, he finds courage in his leadership, he knows he's unnecessarily protective towards him.

Therak Duskstalker:
He sees Therak as a mentor, he finds his cunning and cleverness admirable and something to aspire too, one of few he will try to impress

Sadok Sharptongue:
He likes Sadok. His inventiveness and confidence. It also never ceases to amaze Arkail how he can warm the tribes and his mood with a single line no matter how grim

Grogona Wolfheart:
He finds Grogona's devotion to tribe something to emulate, her readiness to protect all regardless of their standing. Someone every Orc in tribe should be.

Gashuk Soulfury:
Recently found something of a friend and mentor in Soulfury, He finds his abandonment of the warlock ways towards his shamanistic roots admirable but confusing. If for nothing else but something to aspire to for his devotion to improving himself

Krogon Devilstep:
He sees in Krogon the history of the Orcish people. He can be concerned for the Orcs mood and actions at time, but loves discussing ethics or the past with him.

Rhonya Steelheart:
He considers Steelheart worthy of respect, but knows all in the tribe do. Noting that no matter the situation she tends to try and puts others needs before the needs of herself

Gridish Rimeweaver:
He considers him a friend and is comfortable speaking his mind freely with him about whether it be the task at hand or history. His book Lofty however, he finds immensely irritating.

Groshnok Gorewrath:
He considers him a friend and notable warrior of skill. Likes his ability to freely enjoy life's "little things" Though lately he does have concerns for the Orc.

Will add more later


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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Rhonya Steelheart on Wed Sep 10, 2014 5:57 am

Rhonya Steelheart

Rhonya has gotten more confident in the years she's been with the tribe, after they accepted her with all her faults and problems, ever needing protection against her past following her. However, even though she knows most in the tribe like her and respect her, there is still this nagging feeling that one day they might just betray her, though she tries to tell herself such thoughts are nonsense. She trusts easily, is very glad to have found a true family in the tribe, but worries a lot about them all as well. Sometimes so much that she shoves her own problems aside for them and forgets about herself completely, which has gotten her in trouble a few times already.
Her powers she views as a blessing, able to mend the orcs and help them, even though recently she's gotten more strict on who she helps with spirits aid or not, depending on how bad the wounds are and if it was the orcs own stupidity getting them. Rhonya is of opinion sometimes they learn more from just seeing how it hurts and how long it takes for things to recover if she doesn't mend them.
Her insecurity is her biggest failure in her own eyes, she feels she needs to stand strong as Thur'ruk and example figure for the others, but she's having some great difficulty with this at times.


How she views some others:

Therak Duskstalker:
Her mate and her other half. Therak is her everything, and she would do everything for him to try and keep him happy and at her side. His heritage is no issue to her at all and she rarely brings it up to him. Therak has always been an example for her as well, agile and always so secure about most things, a pillar to lean on and find support and protection by. Even though she knows she hurt him greatly a few times in the past, she's very glad he didn't put her aside.The only tihng that worries her about him is his utter lack of belief in the ancestral spirits.

Kozgugore Feraleye:
Her newest bloodbrother. Rhonya has always respected this orc, but she could never truly get any understanding of him with him being so distant and on his own. Recently however, he's opened up a lot more to her, and now he's on Chieftain position again she actually finds it easier to talk to him, to find him and help him with his issues or questions, no matter how odd they sometimes are. She's amused by how shy he sometimes actually is, something he doesn't show at all in public, and she has grown very fond of him. Though she's still afraid to dissapoint him by things she does.

Rargnasha Bloodmark:
Rhonya used to be very intimidated by this strong figurehead of an orc, even afraid of him at times. But during the years she got to know him better, that view changed. Her bloodbrother now and someone she deeply cares for and respects. The line between brother and Chieftain though is very thin in her eyes, still something she has to keep in mind so to not make him angry. Rargnasha might make some mistakes sometimes, and he might get angry at her at times, she would still give her life for this orc who always offered her so much love and protection.

Sadok Sharptongue:
Fellow Thur'ruk and someone to look up to, Rhonya views Sadok as an example in rituals, spirits ways even though he is not a shaman, and an orc to turn to with questions or if she needs help. Her old tutor on the path she walks now, and bloodbrother too. She sees him as a troubled orc at times, hiding under his mask of ever jokes and sometimes just impossible to normally talk to, but she's learned to poke through that thin veil of deception and see the orc underneith, an orc she learned to love and care for as a brother. Even though he still irritates her greatly at times. Not to mention that he always gets hurt.

Magrahra Emberheart:
A distant orc at first, Rhonya took this female into the tribe. She's a fiesty one, quick to anger, but it's not a wrong kind of anger. To Rhonya this female looks like she knows what she's doing, and has the right attitude to make orcs listen, though also to make some angry if she treats them all like they're toddlers. She can see this she-orc carries a lot of burdens of her past with her, but she won't push her to talk about it. Especially not now she's found a new mate in Kozgugore and can share things with him. Rhonya's glad to help where she can, if that means those two can be happy together.

Srelok Grimtide:
Rhonya's cousin, and someone she was very uncertain about for a long while. He arrived at the tribe without her knowing who he was, but he remembered her. He tried to keep it secret for her, but she found out not too long. He's got a habit of dissapearing at times though, something that annoyed Rhonya and made her a bit hesitant of putting any trust in him, especially due to the past they shared with Sreloks father. Lately she's warmed up to him a little now he's shown his own personality and care for the tribe, and not only the fear for his past. Rhonya is still a little uncomfortable around him though, cause he does remind her of his father, the one who raised her.

Grogona Wolfheart:
Her first sister and one that took trust in Rhonya, even after learning of her inner struggles and problems. She sees Grogona as a very strong orc, body and mind, and very strong willed though sometimes also blinded by this. Recently things have been a bit quiet between them, Rhonya actually worries a bit about her sister that she seems so distant at times. Her sister is now missing, kidnapped, and it broke Rhonya's heart she had to leave her behind and go through the portal without her, and without even knowing if she's still alive.

Krogon Devilstep:
Rhonya does not understand this orc, mostly. Always so focused on his purpose, so serious, hardly smiling, hardly joking or even just not seeming to enjoy small things life gives at times. She's seen him go up and down the ranks, up and down again, several times. She respects his determination, though sometimes thinks he's a bit too straightfoward and at times even just blandly thinking very high and mighty of himself.

Gashuk Soulfury:
The one who went into the dark path, but managed to climb out again. Rhonya has deep respect for this Orc, someone who helped her on occasion even though the spirits would not listen to him. A strong mind, strong will and source of information for her. Recently she's grown very proud of his ways of forsaking the Fel and turning back to the spirits, something she sees her old self in reflected. Her heart tells her to truly help this orc on his way, but her head warns her to let him try for himself, for it is -he- who has to find his own redemption.

Groshnok Gorewrath:
A strong but troubled Orc, Rhonya doesn't really get him. A history with drinking, something he's improved greatly on, but she still ocassionaly sees him slipping back. She actually thinks Rashka is a bad influence on him, a bad example for him to follow, a mate who only drags him further into his old ways and bad experiences.

Gridish Rimeweaver:
After Gridish returned to the tribe recently, Rhonya has learned to respect him more again. He's actually changed a lot, more like his usual self when he joined the tribe. Serious when needed, but an orc to have fun with as well in more lighthearted situations. He picked up his role as Rrosh-tul again too, something which Rhonya is thankful for. She won't trust him just yet with some of her secrets, but he's a nice enough orc to hang out with.

Kogra Windwatcher:
Even though only recently joined with the tribe, Rhonya feels a certain degree of fondness for this young female. She sees a lot of herself reflected in her, the insecureness and the want to learn, but not sure where to begin. Rhonya has a certain want to protect this female, turn her in the right direction and help here where she can.

Caruk Blackblade:
The orc Rhonya has known the longest of all the orcs in the tribe, from before they both joined the tribe even. As a deathknight, she first found him incredibly uncomfortable to be around, but over the years that changed. He's always protected her, stood by her shoulder as a silent shadow. Even though she learned that had a different reason before, she's learned to trust him with her life. Many dislike him due to him being undead and always so silent, but Rhonya is very thankful for his presence in the tribe, even though he reminds her of the bad days they had together as well. An orc at least she can rely on, in her eyes.

Sedah Grimshade:
One of the few Forsaken Rhonya actually somewhat trusts. She can talk normally with him to a certain degree even though she still has this general dislike of Forsaken all in all. Sedah has shown many times he's able of good thinking and right actions for the tribe, helping them. She's cautious around him, but trusts him as well.

Jarilo Stronghoof:
A very likeable Tauren in Rhonya's eyes. He helped her and the tribe in several occasions and is always nice to talk to about things. Someone she doesn't mind having around at all, especially because of his bond with Rargnasha, making the Chieftain a more happy orc as well, something she's glad to see. Only too bad Jarilo isn't an Orc, Rhonya would think him a great addition to the tribe if such was the case.

Sinami:
Rhonya views this female as an orc with a very kind heart. Stubborn, not letting anyone mess with her, even though she's blind. Though lately Bloodmark seems to have taken an odd interest in the female, which made Rhonya worry a little, but she's told herself she won't much put herself in the middle of that. Sinami is another orc she just feels caring about, wanting to help her with her sight and perhaps help her with feeling a bit less awkward around so many others.
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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Rargnasha on Wed Sep 10, 2014 6:32 am

Heh, I should write one for Rarg sometime soon.. But there'd be so many to write about..! D:

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Zhakiri on Wed Sep 10, 2014 6:43 am

Do itt! I'm adding more as I go, looky!

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Active - Zhakiri - Darkspear Primal of the Painted Skulls.
Active - Gashuk, Son of Garrak- Gul'thauk Spirit Walker of the Red Blades.


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Inactive - Nygarth Thorgint- Arathorian Veteran.
Inactive - Orthur Thorgint- Arathorian Blood Priest.

Zhakiri

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Therak on Wed Sep 10, 2014 7:36 am

Therak Duskstalker

Theraks past is mottled, and it affects everything he does.
He can't put his past as a thief entirely behind him, the way of thinking and the contacts he made are still deeply ingrained in him. He's slow to trust anyone, and quick to see trouble in the actions of others.
His heritage bothers him deeply, he finds himself unable to embrace it and he keeps expecting anyone who finds out to hate him. He takes great care to not actually lie about it, but rather answers evasively and only gives half the truth.
His place in the tribe he finds extremely uncertain. Most orcs seem to dislike him, if not openly then they still make sure to keep a distance to him. In his own mind he's standing outside the tribe looking in, and will probably always continue to do so. It's just the way things will have to be.
The spirits and the Elements bother him, he has a weak connection to them at best. Half the time he won't see the spirits the other orcs speak to during rituals, or even be affected by the boons given to others in the tribe.
Time and time again he needs to rely on his own wit and skill to survive where the others in the tribe are protected by the spirits. He's certain this has to do with his heritage.

Rhonya Steelheart:
Rhonya is his mate, and he loves her dearly. Without her he has no idea what he'd do. In many ways she's the only thing keeping him feeling like the tribe can be a home.
She represents everything he's not. Well liked, respected and very much at home with the tribe.In spite of it all, he worries he might lose her. He's not sure why she likes him at all.

Rargnasha Bloodmark:
The Former Chieftain, and so far Therak feels the change has been for the better. No longer does Theraks duties as a Varog'Gor conflict with his worries about any attempts on his mate, or even personal dislike.
Wonder where he is though...

Krogon Devilstep:
A Blademaster and tribesorc Therak used to respect, but the more time passed the more he's lost that respect. He's warned two Chieftains about him already, but neither listened until it was too late. Even now with his latest crimes Therak has lost most patience with him. Of course, there's no need to let the Blademaster know the extent of that.

Groshnok Gorewrath:
A useless drunkard, who instead of helping a fellow tribesorc when he is on fire, sits there and laughs. Therak is still waiting for that one excuse......

Kyrazha Throatrender:
Strange orc, with much to learn. At least she got a good head on her shoulders. She's coming to him with the oddest things, and he'd much prefer to be elsewhere when she's drunk. Starting a conversation with "We need to talk." is always worrying. Even when it's not your mate.

Grogona Wolfheart:
His former mate, once close they just kept drifting apart. He's not sure what to think of her these days.

Nograx Blackspine:
An Oathbreaker Therak has little wish to see.

Gridish Rimeweaver:
Finally he's gotten his head out of his arse. Perhaps the beating he took got some things set straight in his head. So far performing his duties as Rrosh-tul admirably. Now if only he didn't have Lofty around...

Kogra Windwatcher:
One of the few orcs willing to speak to him on a regular basis. A little childish at times but it's nice to have someone who'll speak to him

Sadok Sharptongue:
A strange orc, he tutored Therak in the ways of the tribe, and for that he'll always have some gratitude. But he needs to learn to rest at times.
He's a little too quick to grab for power though...

Gashuk Soulfury:
So far a fairly reliable orc. He may be able to go far. If only he was seen more often.

Caruk Blackblade:
Should have been removed as a Gul'thauk, if not from the tribe already. The slightest slip will send him sliding a long way down...

Sykela:
A strange troll... Her habits are probably as strange to him as his is to her. Perhaps in time they'll be friends, but for now all he can expect is that she won't be killing him. She's had the chance and not taken it. She's interesting and he has much he can learn from her.
He's curious of why she keeps popping up around him, is she following him? And why did she claim she had missed him...

Kozgugore Feraleye:
Once again a Chieftain, and finally Therak has been taught more of what it's supposed to mean to be a Varog'Gor.
Therak has an immense respect for Feraleye, both for what he's done for the tribe in the past and for what he's done for Therak in the past weeks.
The title of 'Wolf King' tryly fits this orc.

Sinami:
Therak likes this orc, which is rare enough and certainly cause for one or two warning bells in his head. But he's chosen to pay little attention to them and instead enjoy the fact that an orc is willing to listen to him, and even ask for his advice. Her blindness is no cause for concern for him, she's proven capable on her own and his own experience without sight makes it her company... comfortable.

Arkail Blastblade:
An orc Therak sometimes is a little confused by. He understands Arkails love for books and learning, but his seeming unwillingness, or lack of skill in translating it into practical ability is a little dissapointing.

Rashka Facebreaker:
Therak has little left over for this mess of an orc. Not only breaking the peace of Kosh'harg but doing so by assaulting a tribe member. Combined with a bad attitude she's just trouble waiting to happen... again.

Trakmar Bearclaw/Bloodmaw/Beastbane:
This orc is quiet, and has been too much trouble already. At least he can be somewhat competent.

Rikclar Rendfist:
Laughing skull... If they're all like this Therak will have a constant headache when in their lands. Doesn't take anything seriously and too fond of killing, too fond by far.

Srelok Grimtide:
Rhonyas cousin, and to Therak an unknown in many things. He's a competent healer, if a bit reclusive. Competent healers are good...
Might add more later


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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Amaryl on Wed Sep 10, 2014 7:53 am

Amaryl's private thoughts on her fellow members of the Alliance.
Everyone:
Fools

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Rashka on Wed Sep 10, 2014 9:51 am

Rashka Facebreaker

Rashka believes herself to be a strong and proud warrior. However, past events such as losing her unborn cub have made her somewhat insecure, making her put up a wall around herself, enloping herself in a whole other world. She gernally sees herself as a strong part of the Tribe, even if she isn't always around that much. She would do anything to ensure the Tribe is doing well, and isn't endangered.
She respects other Orcs mostly, and have from time to time shown great care for more weak Orcs.

Groshnok Gorewrath:
Groshnok is Rashka's mate, and she loves him more than anything. She'd do anything to keep him safe from evil. Although he tends to drink every now and then, (Which she by the way isn't too happy about,) it's also sort of what she fell for in him. Not that he were drunk, but more that he didn't care what other thought about his drinking, and the fact that she had the most fun in the world when bein with him.

Grodok Earthbinder:
Grodok is Rashka's blood-brother. He were there for her and Groshnok in time of need, and even though she did break his jaw once, she views him with great respect after what he did for them. She would without doubt be there for him if he were in need for it.

Rargnasha Bloodmark:
Rashka views Rargnasha as her Chieftain. - Not so much anything else. However, she'd do anything to ensure that he, and the tribe, is safe. She sees it more as her duty than anything else.

Rhonya Steelheart:
Rashka views Rhonya as a sort of extra help. In other words, when Rashka is having a hard time with something, she knows that she can talk with Rhonya about it. - Mostly.

Sadok Sharptongue:
Even though Sadok's jokes not always is the best, they never fail to cheer her up somewhat. She respects him for his wisdom(No matter how odd it can be sometimes..!), and genuely cares for his well-being.

Gridish Rimeweaver:
Gridish once used to be one of Rashka's better friends, but since he became Rrosh'tul, she have started to despise him somewhat. - She believes he lost his fun side with his rank.

Shrika:
Rashka sees Shrika somewhat as a daughter, in the means of protecting her. She feels sorry for what the Orc has been through, and wants to help her on better ways. Although she knows that Shrika can take care of herself somewhat in combat too, she feels need for making sure that she doesn't take the wrong choices, seeing as she is a Fel-user. Rashka will do her best to get her on the right way, and to ensure she is doing alright.

Kogra Windwatcher:
A bit a like to Rashka's relationship with Shrika, Rashka'd try and protect this Orc from harm, and put her infront of herself if need be. She'd take a blow for her if possible without doubt. The reasoning for this may be due to past events that Rashka still regrets to this day.


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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Groshnok on Wed Sep 10, 2014 2:38 pm

Groshnok Gorewrath

Groshnok sees himself as he's seen himself for most of his life: A grunt. An axewielder.
He does not see himself as an honourable orc, but doesn't care. He kills for sport, and doesn't care much who his target is, child or elder. He believes honour is only used as excuses or to brag, and sees no use of it. As long as his targets are under the banner of an enemy, or show a clear threat, Groshnok shows no remorse in killing them, and seems to find some sadistic mirth in it.
In the tribe, he sees himself as a good Nag'Ogar, feeling he has displayed the traits to be one repeatedly when in combat with the tribe. He sees himself as a joker too, a grin is nearly always on his face. Recently however, he feels as if many of the tribesorcs look down on him as a lazy drunk. He refuses to believe he has a drinking problem, although lately he's become more and more dependent on his whiskey flask to get through problems.
He is usually quite friendly and jolly towards other members of the Horde, and though getting on his bad side is hard, he is an orc that will hold grudges.

Rashka Facebreaker:
His mate, Rashka means everything to Groshnok. Truly the only person who he entrusts his deepest secrets to. He can be very protective of her, this seems to be more prominent since she lost their unborn. This protectiveness often causes him to forget she's a strong fighter, and can take care of herself easily enough! Lately, he's become increasingly worried about her as she seems to be becoming more depressed.

Rargnasha Bloodmark:
Although he respects Rargnasha's martial abilities, his faith in his chieftain's leadership has become shaky recently. He believes Rargnasha is becoming more and more paranoid, as if he's seeing enemies in every shadow. He does not like how Rargnasha has dealt with recent matters, but feels that voicing his opinion on them would brand him a traitor.

Therak Duskstalker:
Although he tries to remain friendly towards Therak, he knows that the orc still resents him for laughing instead of helping when he was set on fire. He's becoming more and more annoyed at him recently with the "drunkard" insults. However, he is wary of Therak, knowing how silent and deadly he can be.

Gridish Rimeweaver:
Gridish used to be one of Groshnok's good friends. However, after he became Rrosh'tul, he became increasingly hard on Groshnok, ridiculing and pressuring him to do better no matter how hard he tried, leading Groshnok to see him as a superior officer more than anything. Recently though, he's started to see Gridish as a friend again.

Nograx Blackspine:
Groshnok viewed Nograx as a sort of father figure when the two were training for the rank of Nag'Ogar. In recent times, he's begun to see him as a good friend after drifting away from the Dragonmaw for a few months. He often agrees with Nograx's opinions on tribe matters, and dislikes how the elders are treating him.

Grodok Earthbinder:
Groshnok's bloodbrother. He sees Grodok as an orc he can depend on for help, and also as an orc who's always up for a brawl or a drink. He enjoys just talking about things with him, and he would be there for Grodok should he need Groshnok's help.

Rhonya Steelheart:
Groshnok views the Thur'ruk with great respect. She has helped him understand a good deal on orcish rituals and rites, and she is someone he feels he could go to for advice.

Gashuk Soulfury:
Groshnok greatly respects Gashuk's turning away from fel magic. He sees him as a competent fighter, and a friend.

Krogon Devilstep:
Groshnok sees Krogon as a wise and powerful Blademaster. He greatly respects his abilities in combat, as well as his weaponry craftsmanship. He is wary of Krogon though, knowing he is nearly always lurking in the shadows somewhere, trying to suss out the enemies of the tribe, even from a sentence taken out of context.

Kyrazha Throatrender:
Her stories often amuse Groshnok, and he likes how she is not disgusted by some of his more gruesome stories from his days as a grunt.

Grogona Wolfheart:
His tutor as he trained to be a Nag'Ogar, Groshnok respects her leadership abilities, and that she stood up for him when orcs joked about his drinking. He respects her as a leader, but does not see her as a friend.

Sadok Sharptongue:
His jokes may be mostly corny, but Groshnok still loves them. Sadok never fails to make Groshnok laugh, or at the very least let out a snicker. He is someone who Groshnok feels is easy to talk to, and he likes and respects Sadok.

((That's all for now, though I'll be adding more soon!))

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Mozrogg Doomhowl on Wed Sep 10, 2014 3:27 pm

Mozrogg Doomhowl
Mozrogg would still consider himself better than most, has recently realised that there is more to life than fighting and bloodlust, although he still enjoys the brawl, he has now come to value friendship and camaraderie more than he previously would have. He has learnt about himself that he is happy to both lead and follow and although he sees himself as the perfect Warchief for a pure orcish horde, he sees the merit and strengths of the other races and would go as far to call some of them friends, over his time in his new surroundings he has come to realise that brute force may get the job done although there are more than one path to victory and has honed his wit (some-what). He is just as happy in the middle of the fray as he is relaxing in the tavern getting sloshed and enjoying good company and banter, although it preys on his mind that perhaps he is getting old beyond his years. Moz' would also argue that  perhaps honour isn't the be all and end all of what it means to be an orcish warrior, getting the job done requires something more.

Shatterskull Marauders:
A rag-tag band of sell-sword and mercenaries - Or so he once thought, he has seen the usefulness and strengths of various members of the war-band and has come to respect them some-what.
Blood Wolf Clan:
His clan and family, Mozrogg would fight tooth and claw to defend their blood, enjoys the relaxed banter among the tight knit group
Trakmar:
Will engage in conversation with the orc when he pops up from time to time, quite content to have a chat and catch up with the old Mag'har.
Rhiga Ragemaul:
An orc who he holds in the highest regard, both as a mate and an equal, he would stand by her side through pretty much anything and accepts her strange ways. She is his pack that he loves unquestionably, and would shed the blood of those who stand between that.
Grim Stonepaw:
Was never fond of the orc upon their first meetings, however has rapidly come to respect him as a Chieftain, a fighter and most importantly a friend and loves nothing more than to wind the limp-legged orc up.
Sakarah Mistrunner:
Enjoys the taurens' company and is baffled and intrigued by her power over nature, would consider her a friend and a strong elder figure within the clan whom he respects.
Kiro Youngblood:
A young boyish she-orc whom he finds most refreshing, her energetic approach to life and lust for battle puts a smile on this grizzled veteren's face.
Taghra:
Is terrified of this orcs' ability to hit a nutsack with an arrow from a fair distance, respects her abilities with a bow and enjoys her company.
Danroth, Mad Doctor:
Enjoys the forsakens' company which would be a first for Moz' however believes that the doctor is completely insane and loves to humour his elaborate schemes and ideas, feeding his already deteriorating mental state!
Sadok Sharptongue:
Mozrogg has always enjoyed his war of words with the arcanist, and mostly agrees with what he has to say, however has wanted to cave his face in on multiple occasions due to his quick wit and.. sharp tongue? Would consider him an acquaintance, one who he respects mostly.


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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Sadok on Thu Sep 11, 2014 6:37 am

Sadok Sharptongue

Sadok considers his own position within his tribe shaky and untenable, more a relic of Kozgugore’s tribe than the kind of orc who would become an Elder under Rargnasha’s more militant leadership style.

He has found himself occupying a strange Devil’s Advocate role — as an orcish arcanist, he typifies the progressive archetype of orcs adapting and evolving upon Azeroth, yet as Thur’ruk, he must defend his people’s traditions and cultures against erosion from the largely apathetic, ignorant younger generation of orcs. He fears losing his position as Thur’ruk the moment it becomes politically convenient, and believes himself under-appreciated and mistrusted by many of the tribe’s other Elders.

Sadok’s insecurity most obviously manifests itself in the detached, flippant persona he often displays before the tribe — he would rather erect a barrier of wordplay, exaggerated arrogance and  faux-bonhomie than speak frankly about his worries and often paranoid delusions. Though he was offered respite from undeath by the spirits, he is bound by a complex set of Oaths that will cause his worldly and eternal demise should they be broken — he finds it simpler to keep his head down and obey than cause too much of a fuss.

Sadok can hold grudges for a long time inwardly, but prefers not to make enemies overtly. His number one priority is the preservation and continued growth of the Red Blade tribe, and the personal feuds and pride between many of its orcs only make him weary.

Rargnasha Bloodmark:
Professionally, Sadok appreciates that Rargnasha is tasked with a hard job as Chieftain, and respects his ability to inspire others upon the field of battle.

He nonetheless considers him prideful and prone to pursuing personal grudges to the detriment of his tribe; more concerned with his status in the Horde at large, and organising other forces than in managing the daily concerns of the orcs below him. His propensity to hide things from even his closest advisors concerns him — Sadok will be keen not to repeat another ‘dragonsblood incident’, but fears he won’t be able to prevent it ahead of time.

Personally, Sadok and Rargnasha have never been friends, and Sadok believes that the one time he placed trust in Bloodmark, he wriggled out of a blood-oath and betrayed him. He thus believes that while Rargnasha can be amiable in fair-weather, he will not hesitate to discard or sacrifice the orcs below him, treating them more as disposable infantry than individuals. He will never forgive him for taking his first mate Vashnarz from him, nor for killing her without second thought.

Rhonya Steelheart:
Sadok views Rhonya as his closest confidant, and she has had to rein him in when he has taken his duty too seriously or brought himself close to burn-out. Once his pupil, he still views her as the junior Thur’ruk, but her more orthodox spiritualism and legitimate bond to the elements makes him feel inadequate by comparison.

He also resents that his concerns can often only be safely aired by using Rhonya to speak with Rargnasha, as her close relationship with the Chieftain means she can say things that would be ignored or result in harsh consequences if Sadok had said them.

Rhonya was responsible for leading the efforts to restore Sadok back to life. He will never forget this, and considers her indirectly responsible for any of the good things in his life — this is why he accepted her request to become blood-siblings.

Kyrazha Throatrender:
Kyrazha is Sadok’s new mate — she helped him move on from the cesspool of self-loathing he found himself in for over a year after Vashnarz left him. She shares some qualities with his former mate, but he has come to value and love her as her own distinct person — her reliance on instinct, her warm and cheerful nature, and her simplistic view of life takes Sadok completely out of his typical comfort zone, and encourages him to be a better, stronger orc.

Nonetheless, some of Sadok’s insecurities take longer than others to die. Despite being in a stable, happy relationship with her, he cannot dismiss his fear of her being taken away from him by another orc — as such, he strains and works himself to exhaustion to try and please her and keep her satisfied. He knows that her heart is true, however, and will die without hesitation to protect her and their unborn cubs.

Karak Stormsong:
Sadok and Karak were at loggerheads from his first day in the tribe. Despite their differences of opinion, they had more in common than either were prepared to admit, and from animosity soon moved to a mutual respect.

When the undead Sadok had been forsaken by the vast majority of the tribe and betrayed by those closest to him, Karak alone was willing to stand up for him, and largely sacrificed his own hard-earned position as Rrosh-tul in the process. Sadok respects Karak’s integrity, no matter his unorthodox views on war and the Light, and will always consider him a brother.

Trakmar Bloodmaw:
Sadok always found the Mag’har amiable, and appreciated his lack of pretensions and respect for tradition. Their common bond to the fallen Keishara tied them together, and they were soon blood brothers at Trakmar’s behest. Sadok struggled with Trakmar’s pride however, and tried his best to shape him into an orc who could contribute to the tribe without sacrificing his principles, training him as Gosh’kar.

When a half-dazed Kyrazha forced her lips onto Sadok, he tried to break the kiss in deference to Trakmar — he did not wish to inflict the same betrayal onto Bloodmaw as Rargnasha once did to him. Sadok felt guilty for weighing Trakmar’s happiness against his own, and when Kyrazha chose Sadok over the Mag’har, he tried to assuage his blood-brother’s feelings.

Trakmar’s assault of an unarmed Sadok in Stranglethorn nearly cost him his life and left him permanently disfigured, however. Sadok would find it difficult to approach or speak to the Mag’har again, especially given his unrepentant attitude. Even now, Sadok is unsure if he can forgive Trakmar for severing their bond so violently.

Kozgugore Feraleye:
Sadok deeply respects Kozgugore. Serving as Chieftain for the majority of his time with the Red Blades, he considers him to be grounded in tradition without letting it blind him, and a more balanced leader than Rargnasha’s war-centric ethos. He was honoured that Kozgugore saw him fit to become High Blade Thur’ruk, and continues to try and uphold his values within the tribe at large. He is, for lack of a better term, still the Chieftain of Sadok’s heart.

Since his fall from Chieftain, Sadok has increasingly considered Kozgugore a kindred spirit — both became estranged from their mates, both increasingly finding themselves unimportant and irrelevant in a fast-changing tribe. Unfortunately, Kozgugore’s own grouchiness and detachment doesn’t mesh well with Sadok’s flippant persona, so the two have rarely connected bar a handful of occasions.

Grogona Marshfang:
Sadok and Grogona have never been close, but he used to consider her a capable and good-spirited orc who could give much to the tribe. Her head-strong nature and lack of scruples increasingly irritated Sadok however, and he does not view it as a coincidence that her ascension to Rrosh-tul and whirlwind courtship of the Chieftain occurred so closely together. Now, he views her strictly as a sycophant who can be expected to echo her mate’s every argument and belief.

Mozrogg Doomhowl:
Sadok always found Mozrogg entertaining company, and despite his bucket-headed nature, a worthy orc to spar with both physically and verbally. He is unsure what series of events led to his exit from the tribe, or why he ended up with the Blood Wolf Clan, but he seems largely contented in his new station and Sadok can respect that.

Krogon Devilstep:
Sadok finds Krogon a complex orc, one whose passion and conviction is both his greatest strength and greatest weakness. He can appreciate his integrity and often finds him a keen and insightful debater, but his paranoia towards perceived enemies and inability to let small slights go can often escalate arguments and deteriorate fragile situations. Nonetheless, Krogon has proven himself competent in nearly all areas of tribe duty, and Sadok considers him an eminently useful orc to have on his side.

Therak Duskstalker:
Sadok doesn’t quite like Therak, for some reason he can’t put his finger on. His stubbornness, the glee he exhibits in strategically withholding information and namedropping nameless contacts and sources, and his mistrustful, humourless outlook all grate on Sharptongue somewhat. He can however respect his competence and dedication to his craft, and he feels they both share the same personal grudge towards Rargnasha.

Gridish Rimeweaver:
Sadok finds Gridish somewhat cold. Despite being a fellow arcanist, he has little time to discuss magical theory or even the nuances of his own craft. He often has little to add around the campfire, with his obnoxious talking spell-tome supplying most of the conversation. He is uncertain whether a ranged spell-caster is truly fit for the martial frontline duties of the Path of Strength, and feels he may have been best served continuing as Gul’thauk or perhaps aspiring to Varog’Gor.

Groshnok Gorewrath:
Groshnok reminds Sadok of Mozrogg — he has the same lazy intelligence that is content to wallow in mediocrity rather than achieve his full potential. He despairs of his use of alcohol as a crutch, like Revax before him, and believes that he can become a model Nag’Ogar — it just doesn’t appear that he wants to.

Rashka Facebreaker:
Rashka is akin to Vashnarz in Sadok’s mind. Fierce but with a softer side often hidden from view, Sadok feels that despite her dominance in duels, she has yet to establish herself as a prominent orc of the tribe. He is uncertain as to why she has not yet become Nag’Ogar, but does not believe her capable of much else without becoming more confident and comfortable in her own skin.

Gashuk Soulfury:
Gashuk’s hypocritical claim to venerating the spirits whilst practising the fel magic that abhorred them so was initially equal parts inexplicable and infuriating to Sadok — he could not see why the orc was respected by so many others of the tribe. Initially trying to persuade him off his destructive path, Sadok has become proud of the orc for going the distance himself and trying to make a meaningful attempt at redemption. The two still do not know one another well, but Sadok considers Gashuk a promising prospect for a higher station within the tribe.

Grim Stonepaw:
Sadok and Grim have come to blows over the past, and he considers Stonepaw to be an incendiary loose-cannon who cannot put the greater good over his own pride. Nonetheless, Sadok cannot deny the orc’s charisma or potential usefulness, and he believes the current feud between Red Blade and Blood Wolf to be detrimental to both groups and the Horde at large.

Grim also delivered Sadok’s first and only child, Igurg — though he finds this initially difficult to reconcile with his current hostile demeanor, it serves as a reminder that relations were once better and might improve again in the future.

Hikka Redeye:
Hikka confuses, scares and arouses Sadok in equal measures. Now that he’s mated, he’s hoping to keep the feisty troll as far away from him as possible.

Moneyfix Sparks:
Moneyfix was a source of amusement for Sadok at first, but as the goblin continued to travel with the tribe, he found him a worthy brother in arms and a staunch ally at the Horde Arcane Conclave. The pair are no longer so close, partly due to distance and partly due to souring relations between Rargnasha and others in the Flying Bolts, but Sadok has no reason to dislike Moneyfix and still gets on relatively well with him.

Abulos Sunwing:
Despite his instinctual prejudice towards blood elves, Sadok has found Abulos unusually mild and forward-thinking in his views. He cannot understand his habitual usage of magic for minor conveniences, nor his love of luxury and decadence, but he can respect his intellect and considers him a friend.

I had no idea this would take so long. <.<

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Grim on Thu Sep 11, 2014 6:41 am

Oh god I'd forgotten Grim played midwife!

Anyway, updated mine.

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[H] Warseer Grim Stonepaw - Orc - Battle Shaman and Chieftain of the Blood Wolf Clan
[H] Brok Frostfeud - Orc - Monk and Prospect of the Blood Wolf Clan
[H] Mayana - Orc - Rogue and spy for the Blood Wolf Clan
[H] Guk Swordshatter - Orc - Illusionist, murderer and psychopathic bitch

Grim

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Age : 31

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Name: Grim Stonepaw
Title: Warcaller

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Coppersocket on Thu Sep 11, 2014 6:45 am

Orcs of the red blade + Grim hijacked the thread! Interesting to see all of you post honestly. Shows there's Horde presence on the forums, which is very positive.

(Clarification: I don't mean there hasn't been. It's just that Alliance is usually far more present. So, kudos.)

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Re: Characters - Self-View, and the view of other 2014-15

Post by Grim on Thu Sep 11, 2014 6:48 am

Oh I agree Copper. It's fun to read about characters I've actually encountered for once!

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[H] Warseer Grim Stonepaw - Orc - Battle Shaman and Chieftain of the Blood Wolf Clan
[H] Brok Frostfeud - Orc - Monk and Prospect of the Blood Wolf Clan
[H] Mayana - Orc - Rogue and spy for the Blood Wolf Clan
[H] Guk Swordshatter - Orc - Illusionist, murderer and psychopathic bitch

Grim

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