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Post by Krogon Devilstep on Mon Sep 29, 2014 6:35 pm

Very interesting Baji San!

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

Post by Stralow on Tue Oct 07, 2014 1:33 pm

Stralow Steelhorn

Self Veiw
Stralow strives to protect those he cares about, freinds, family and also other Tauren's of Mulgore, with the slight exception of the Grimtotems.

Stralow tends to be open minded, having seen and faught in a lot of places, he knows that there is a time for a relaxed joke, and a time to get serious and pound some chumps.  For the most part he feels happiest when he is elbow deep in grease and oil, or just relaxing with friends and loved ones.  Stralow feels his place on the battlefeild is on the front line, where the fighting is heaviest, normaly level headed sometimes he becomes too egear to press the fight when needed, which has lead him to seek medical attention more than once, his big hope is that he can serve the Dawnchasers to the fullest of his potental and not let them down in anyway.

Falling Leaves:
Stralow feels sort of sorry for these Pandaren as they have no real home of their own in Kalmidor and they seem expected to be members of the Horde without truely knowing what it is that entails.


Orcs of the Red Blade:
Stralow feels that these orcs are excellent fighters and soilders of the Horde, however he also feels that too often they let their anger rule their heads

Flying Bolt:
He feels that these goblins are the quintesental goblins, full of gadgets that may explode, friendly, and after all the money in Azeroth, he likes them, but isnt foolish enough to trust them.

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Che'nawa Dawnstrider:
Stralow has the upmost respect for her and feels that she is a good guiding hand for the Dawnchasers, she is wise, intellegent and focused enough to make a good Elder and leader.


Naeemh:
Love of his life and he feels she is his soul mate, should she leave him he feels that his life would be a dark and dismal place, he feels her to be a bit giddy at times and has a streak of stubboness in her, but she is also caring and fun to be with, Earthmother help any poor sod that hurts her.


For-dan:
This old Pandaren seems like he has lost a few marbles along the way, though he speaks a good fight, Stralow has yet to witness him back it up.

Zun:
Stralow doesnt seem to know what to make of this Pandaren, he has witnessed this Master fighting, even if he does tend to end up getting hurt alot.

Baji Teabelly:
Stralow likes this guy, gentle and jovial, and maybe just a little too innocent, but he feels that could be down to lacking any real experiance.  Having been recently promoted to leader of the Fallen Leaves Stralow is waiting for to see what sort of leader he will be and if he will be able to hack it.

Baiyao Stormfist:
Baiyao seems smart and egear to learn, Stralow does seem a little disappointed that he has let his engineering studies slide,  but then doesnt balme him for not having the time to do so.


Jaddok Swiftpaw:
This Pandaren "Warrior" has a real need to have someone in his life, he could really do with a massive dose of "Man Up".


Ju-sin Lotusborn:
Respects this Master, both for her unwavering comtiment and also her skills on and off the battlefield,  he doesnt feel that the fact she has worked with the Alliance matter.

Dr Nylan:
Stralow doesnt hate this Pandaren, he simply dislikes him, he seems spoilled and rude, he isnt what the Pandaren would call a poster boy in anyway shape or form.

Rargnasha Bloodmark:
Has a huge respect for the Cheiftan, though feels that perhaps it would be better if he didnt let his anger get the better of him and that the occasional humility is good for him.


Korgon Devilstep:
Is unsure of this orc, many great things have been said about him, but not having witnessed the Blademaster's prowess can not verify them for himself.


Grogglefutz:
Feels that this goblin is slightly better than most other of his race, still wouldnt trust him but does like him.



((This will no doubt get updated as things progress.))

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

Post by Lomenár Nightsinger on Fri Oct 17, 2014 12:12 am

Sinami

Sinami's experiences with other orcs have not been particularily pleasant and this has made her very wary of approaching them. But she is -extremely- curious by nature and her longing to belong and find a place to call home one day sometimes gets the better of her and she decides to seek out others of her kind anyway. This is something that Sinami views both as a curse and a blessing. Her curiosity has allowed her to experience and explore a lot of distant lands and cultures, but it has also caused her a lot of grief. She is trying to walk that fine balance now, to not let her curiosity get out of hand... but she finds it very difficult.

She is also very insecure about her blindness. She has been called freak enough times throughout her life to start believing it, but she tries her best to hide this insecurity behind a joking and cheerful facade. She also harbours a fear of being considered weak and will do almost anything to prove that she isn't. She is stubborn to a fault and will not bend easily.

How she views some others:

Orcs of the Red Blade:
The first group of orcs who hasn't chased her away, for which she is very grateful. She is very happy that they accepted her into their community with more or less open arms and she is proud to call herself one of them.

Kozgugore Feraleye:
They are both incredibly stubborn and firm in their beliefs, and when all that stubborness and those beliefs clash there is bound to be sparks. Their initial headbutting was thankfully resolved as a missunderstanding and they managed to leave any hurt feelings behind them. Sinami isn't quite sure of how or when it happened, but her feelings towards Kozgugore took a sharp turn and landed her in a heap of feelings so strong it takes her breath away. She's still trying to come to terms with these feelings and what they will mean for her future, but for now all she knows is that she doesn't want to be parted from this orc if she can help it.

Rargnasha Bloodmark:
Sinami did NOT get along with the former Chieftain of the Red Blades in the beginning. The two of them are quite similar and that resulted in them rubbing against each other the completely wrong way. But they eventually managed to solve their initial conflict and realised that they had more in common than either of them had thought. There was some interest from both sides initially, but Sinami didn't feel ready to commit and when she came back from some time away Rargnasha had left the tribe on business of his own. Somewhat relieved that she wouldn't have to deal with it immediately Sinami moved on, and hopes that they can just go back to being friends if he comes back.

Kogra Windwatcher "Frostwolf" :
Sinami liked Frostwolf right from the start. She finds her to be kind and easygoing and she values the friendship the other she-orc has offered her very highly. Frostwolf is one of the first real friends Sinami has ever made and when Frostwolf asked her to make a bloodoath to become her sister in blood Sinami didn't hesitate for one moment. Having gained Frostwolf as a sister, and thus regained a semblance of family, is one of the best things that has ever happened to Sinami and she still can't quite believe that it is real.

Oguur Redhand:
Oguur has lived in the wilds, just like Sinami. Oguur doesn't like to stay inside camps, just like Sinami. Oguur is wary of other orcs, just like Sinami. They may be very different in personality, but they come from similar backgrounds and Sinami feels that this grants a sense of kinship. Oguur was the first real friend Sinami made aside from Frostfang, and just as with Frostwolf she values that friendship highly.

Rhonya Steelheart:
Sinami likes this kindhearted she-orc and she also thinks that Rhonya needs to add some more steel to that backbone of hers, not just her heart. She is also happy about their newly forged friendship and the knowledge that Rhonya feels comfortable enough around her to unburden her heart sometimes... the ancestors knows Steelheart needs it!

Therak Duskstalker:
Sinami views this orc as one of her closest friends. He was one of the first orcs to ever show her kindness and she's grown increasingly comfortable in his presence and feels like she can talk to him about almost anything.

Trakmar Beastbane:
Trakmar is yet another of Sinami's best friends. They share a lot of the same views and interests and she's always found him to be a comforting presence. She is a little sad, however, that she can't return his affections in the manner he might wish. She holds nothing but brotherly love for him, whereas his feelings towards her are anything but brotherly.

Kyrazha Throatrender "Cat" :
Sinami is pretty curious about this orc that smells like trolls and cats. She seems to have a rather interesting sense of humour, and she talks funny too... but her direhorn cub is a nice playmate for Frostfang.

Sadok Sharptongue:
She's not exactly sure where she stands with Sadok. He was her tutor during her Newblood training and she got the impression that he was less than impressed with her at times, but despite his incredibly prickly nature she can't help but like him a little... at least it is fun to tease him and have Frostfang sit on him.

Mayabi "Sungrass" :
Sinami will be forever thankful for whatever force sent Sungrass her way. She doesn't know the troll at all, but Sungrass still offered to help her regain her sight temporarily... a gift that was beyond precious to Sinami and she will do anything in her power to help Sungrass, should the female troll ever need it.

((Will probably add more and change some stuff later.))


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

Post by Exigua on Fri Oct 17, 2014 2:22 am

Oguur
From early years he took to the wilds, leaving the Warsong behind, and have lived there for most of his time since. Other then brief visits to trade if he needed something, he stayed way clear of anything remotely populated. He lived largely alone in the wilds, sometimes with beasts as company, and was mostly happy. But something was nagging at the back of his head. It grew increasinly bothersome, louder and louder.

There was many years before he realised it was the elements whispering to him. But he didn't understand what they wanted. Eventually, he felt it had to be delt with. It must be something important they wanted from him, and he would try to understand so he could do it. This was his reason for seeking out the Red Blades, and taking the oath to bind him to them.

Since then, not much have been better in his life, and many have turned much worse. Each day he thinks about breaking his oath and run away, but so far, the desire to keep his word and not lose his honor have stopped him. When the tribe is moving and he can see new places, he is mostly fine as they travel, but as soon as they stop, he feel caged and shackled.

Groups
The Red Blades:
Oguur doesn't really like the red blades. They stay in big camps, doesn't explore nearly enough, talk way too much, are often doesn't say what they mean. He doesn't feel comfortable around them, and keep as much away as he can without being about to break his oath.
Troll:

Seem to be better then many orcs. Atleast they seem to prefer small camps more then large.

Individuals
Krala:
A wild orc, and his first friend, she gave him the beads and feathers in his hair, and the crystal in his ear. He thought she was a good friend, but she vanished and he have only briefly met her since.
Rhonya Steelheart:
Oguur almost saw her as a friend. That was before she lied to him, proving to him that she was not honorable, and not a good person to have as a friend. For a while he actively avoided her, not wanting to be reminded of her trechery, but have later learned to not think of it, and be able to stand her presence. If he ever could consider thinking of her as a potential friend again, remains to be seen.
Shrika Felborne:
How they became friends is rather unclear. He see her as odd, and does things he doesn't quite like. But she shares his passion for exploring new places, and seem to prefer to be alone in the wild rather then camps. Not as honorable as he prefered, but she had been mostly good to him, though rarely around.
Nograx Blackspine:
In the start he seemed not too bad. But then he noticed more and more dishonest actions, and by now he wouldn't trust him.
Rargnasha Bloodmark:
He's not good at sneaking. And not good at directions. Not always honest, and mostly grumpy. But he is the Chief, and the Chief should be trusted.
Sinami:
In some ways she is quite like him. She have been living in the Wilds for large parts of her life, and dislike camps. She also doesn't like to be around many people, though she understands them better. She has been kind to him, and been helping him out when others act strange. Sinami say what she mean, and seem to understand him, which is more then can be said about most others, and he like that. He see her as a close friend. His only friend that is around.
Kogra the Crazy:
Kogra may live outside of the main camp with them. Even if Rhonya have told him not to call her crazy, he still think she is.

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

Post by Haen Strongwind on Fri Oct 17, 2014 4:06 am

Haen Strongwind

Haen is a Tauren who is all too aware of his own flaws. I suppose you could sum Haen's feelings towards his situation with the old phrase "Bad company corrupts good character."

He's aware he spends his time serving the wrong people (Blood Wolf Clan), when he should be devoted entirely to his own people and the Cenarion Circle. When he is praised or applauded for his (usually violent) actions in the Clan, he feels guilty that he finds pride and satisfaction in it.

He is aware that he can be and often is more violent than many of his Tauren brethren would be comfortable with. He is aware that he grows more and more like an Orc and less like a Tauren with every passing day. He is aware that he draws on and uses the mistakes he made when he was young (or makes today) to numb his consciousness and excuse his actions rather than trying to better himself and learn from them.

Quite simply, Haen desires to be a certain kind of person, though has accepted that due to the nature of the world and the everlasting presence of war and it's influence on him and those around him, he will never be that person during this life. It bothers him, but instead of doing anything about it, he just bows his head and charges onwards into the abyss.

Others

Haen has been active on many fronts for over a decade: over the years he has been involved with the Sixty Thieves, the Gurubashi Trolls, The Red Blades, the Mistrunner Tribe, the Banner of Bloodhoof and the Old Lordaeron, to name a few.  Due to his reclusive nature and his inability to stay focused on one thing for too long, Haen has little to no involvement with many of these groups in today's world; as a result, he is widely unknown to many. Just another Tauren.  He has had many friends in many of the above groups over the years, but below are those he has had recent involvement with; the few Haen feels he currently has any semblance of connection with. Note their allegiance.  

Blood Wolf Clan:
Haen questions his involvement and role within the Clan on a daily basis, though an outsider wouldn't be able to tell.  Haen does his best to fit right in with the Clan, because he believes his place is there, for some reason.  With each passing day, he finds himself growing closer to the people he is beginning to see as brother and sister.  He disagrees with the morals of many of the Clansmen, and downright dislikes some of them, but he will fight for and give his life for every last one if need be.  
To Haen, the Clan is family, and he will honour them for as long as he lives/has the stomach to do so.

Red Blades:
Haen has known of the Red Blades since he first met them during his time with the Mistrunner Tribe, during the days of "The Covenant", many years ago.
Like with many groups though, Haen is mostly unknown to the members, due to his reclusive nature - he has never been in a position where anyone would have reason to know him.  
Due to his years of experience with the Red Blades, Haen has a deep respect for them and chooses to ignore any rivalry or opposition there may be between them and the Blood Wolves - while others may bicker and tear at each others throats, Haen will happily converse and interact with both groups at any given opportunity, without fear of revealing who his loyalties lie with.  
Haen only wishes that the Red Blade Tribe (and the Horde at large) would throw down their misconceptions about the Blood Wolves and take the time to actually connect with them - by doing so, he's sure they'll find that they have many things in common.  This works both ways, for the Blood Wolves towards the Red Blades, too.  

Path of Dawnchaser:
While still unsure what to make of the Pandaren (some of their people have fought HIS people as Alliance soldiers, after all), from what little Haen has seen of this group, he respects.  
Whenever Haen sees a Tauren among this order, he is filled with sadness; it would be all too easy for Haen to find the peace he so desires in this group, though firmly believes that he has been called elsewhere.  
Haen gathered that the Dawnchasers have a very black/white view on war and peace in the world - whether this is true or not, he finds their attitude towards it foolish and unwise, and believes that a time will soon come when the horrors of war will either open this peaceful order's eyes to the harsh realities of life and force them to change their ways to survive, or will destroy them all outright.

Individuals

Grim Stonepaw:
Haen believes Grim to be one of the finest leaders he has ever met, and as such harbours a deep respect for him; as a result, Haen has decided that he will serve and follow him to the ends of the earth.  
Haen feels that many outside the Blood Wolves have painted Grim in a  negative light, and knows him to be far much more than the mere brute others see him as.  In many cases, Haen simply cannot (or refuses to) understand how people can find Grim so malignant.  

Mozrogg Doomhowl:


As with Grim, Haen has a deep respect for Mozrogg.  Along with Grim and Sakarah, Mozrogg is one of the only three members of the Clan who makes Haen feel comfortable.  While Haen sees Grim as his Chieftain and leader, he sees Mozrogg more as a friend, rather than his superior (though he fully respects Mozrogg's authority).
Not only does Mozrogg's presence make Haen feel at ease and confident when fighting around the sometimes disorganised Wolves, but he brings out a dark sense of humour in Haen, helping him numb the guilt he by all rights should feel, making it easier to give into violence and temptation.  

Sakarah:
Haen doesn't know Sakarah very well, and Sakarah doesn't know Haen very well - however, simply having the presence of another Tauren - a powerful Druid who is wise and has her wits about her, no less, makes Haen feel much more at ease within the Clan.  Though growing old and experienced in many things, Haen is relatively new to Druidism; in some ways, he looks up to Sakarah, often trying to learn from her without directly asking.

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

Post by Jarilo Stronghoof on Tue Oct 21, 2014 2:37 pm

Jarilo Stronghoof

Jarilo has found himself in many roles. From warrior and weapon to teacher and guide. He once viewed himself as a furious weapon of the Light and An'she, to deliver justice (often through brute force) against those he saw as evil.

Time, however, has changed this once furious Tauren into something more then an exemplar of an ideal. Now, he see's the subtle shades of grey between the black and the white, wisdom starting to creep into what was originally a single choice between doing or doing nothing.


Groups
The Red Blades:
While once Jarilo considered this his home, their sheer size and splendor have taken Jarilo away from the ideals he once held core. While he respects them, and loves many of their members deeply, he once more has to follow his calling and look to bring the words of faith outside their borders. He was never a true Orc, despite their constant reassurance he was equal to them, something Jarilo believed but he needs to find time amongst his own people.
The Shatterskull Marauders:

The first group that ever gave Jarilo the chance to blossom into a warrior, and he will always consider them the most respected of allies. While his oath expired when Ironsong left for places unknown, he would still rush to their aid if called upon
The Blood Wolves:

After finally settling the honor feud with Grim, Jarilo has come to realise the importance of the rag-tag group. It is their freedom, rather then regimented lifestyle that gives him the place he needs to reach out to communities and people that would otherwise be ignored, as well as redeem and champion those that have fallen to the lowest rungs of society. They may sometimes have objectives that conflict with his own sensibilities, but it is this that makes Jarilo almost feel like he has to act as a moral compass for the group.
The Flying Bolts:

A strange group of Goblins, that Jarilo doesn't even begin to understand. They have demonstrated their usefulness to him time, and time again and he has grown accustomed to their strange and energetic ways. They are worthy of a great deal of respect, in his eyes.
The Dawnchasers:

Jarilo considers them a rag tag bunch of heretics that claim to profess affinity to the Light and An'she. Their leader, a Tauren Priestess may actually be a witch.


Individuals
Grim Stonepaw:
For many a year, Grim had found himself hunted by Stronghoof for a perceived debt of honour, payable only in his execution. It took a lot of convincing to finally see sense, including meeting him face to face. After a long, tense and deep discussion, Jarilo has come to respect Grims interpretation of the Horde ideals, and also understand his motivation. Understand it well enough, to want to assist him even if only to ensure that someone keeps them from slipping too far into the darkness.
Rargnasha Bloodmark:
Jarilo see's this Orc as his own flesh and blood. A bond that is unbreakable even as both drift down separate paths in their lives. While Jarilo may not agree with some of Bloodmarks polices, and openly question them, he still has an unshakable respect and friendship towards the Orc. He, more then anyone, understood the Sunwalker and gave him the chance to really shine
Himo Blackhorn:
The current leader of the Marauders has and shall always remain a close friend to Stronghoof, and an embodiment of what it means to be Tauren. Quiet, reserved and dignified, loved by many but feared when his fury is invoked .
Mozrogg Doomhowl:
To Jarilo, Moz is the embodiment of everything right with Orcs. Honourable, fierce and strong. Although sadly, not quite the brightest.
Krogon Devilstep:
Dangerous to the extreme, Jarilo is thankful to have struck up an understated friendship with the Blademaster rather then falling at odds with him.
Rhonya Steelheart:
While never really truly understanding Shamanistic ways beyond a lot of handwaving and spooky stories, he finds her passion and drive undeniably exceptional.

(There are so many more I want to list, but my MRP is buggered up from the new patch, so I'll have to fix this later when peoples surnames show up again!)

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

Post by Officer High Morale on Tue Oct 21, 2014 4:22 pm

Artemis Dragneel

Individuals
Kelly Ravelle:
Artemis treats Kelly as a good friend, aside from the fact that she is his grandmother. He acts like it's nothing, but surely he love sher deep inside.
Kayle Ravelle:
Whilst Artemis does respect him and approve of him due to Kelly being his wife, he still thinks a bit low of him and his attitude.
Robert Fellowes:
Robert is by far one of Artemis' best friends, and has shown loyalty and respect to Artemis, therefore, in return, he does the same.
Hex:
Artemis respects Hex for his ability to rule and do whatever he wants, but he dislikes him in a certain way, which is that he can just as well betray you if he so wished.
Abi:
Artemis dislikes her more than anyone, he sees her as nothing but an attention-seeking, silverspoon cunt. (Without any actual OOC offense.)
Graciella Moonwalker:
Artemis thinks she is a nice lady overall, but dislikes her lowly for a certain triangle-drama session in a point in their lives.
Mantis Reid:
Artemis always thought highly of him, as he was one of the first original captains of the Blackbrew Mercenaries. He was a good friend of his, but eventually after Artemis found out of what he had done he began to dislike him, whilst still hoping there was a light inside of him.
''Pouch'':
What the fel is he?

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

Post by Tantzui on Thu Feb 05, 2015 11:39 am

How about a new round?

Updated old post and added more!

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

Post by Grim on Thu Feb 05, 2015 11:53 am

This is still my favourite thread here.

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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

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

Post by Rhonya Steelheart on Thu Feb 05, 2015 4:01 pm

((Updated Rhonya's view, added some new ones and updated some others: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] . Also found it time to make a new one for my alt, seeing she's just as active as Rhonya these days. xD ))

Kyrazha Throatrender


Kyrazha has always been an orc on her own, raised by a Troll in the jungles of Stranglethorn and used to be more Troll than orc, in her ways and personality. She sought out the tribe at the start of the rebellion to learn more of her own kind, and because she wanted a place to belong.
Kyra has changed a lot over the years, she found a purpose for herself she can be happy with, climbing the ranks as Gul'thauk, doing her part for the tribe she learned to love. Even she sometimes still clashes with orc ways and things she's used to do. Especially spirit-wise, she doesn't understand them and doesn't have much interest in them either. She's got trust issues as well, many orcs she won't trust, even though she can play nice and pretend to be on their side, usually that is just to keep herself from getting hurt or rejected in the end. She acts simple, because orcs tend to tell her things easier then.

Her view on some others:

Sadok Sharptongue:
Her mate, and her everything. Kyrazha never imagined ending up together with Sadok, they actually started out in a very bad way, fighting and yelling at one another. Kyrazha saw Sadok as a rather useless orc, not able to stand up for himself and see his true potential, hiding behind a personality that was not his own. Kyrazha got very annoyed with him, but eventually that somehow led to her realising how much she cared for him. Now she would do everything for him. She doesn't care what other orcs think about them being together, she doesn't care about him being scrawny and not as muscled as most other orcs. She doesn't care either that he's smaller than her, and less strong. This only makes her feel more inclined to protect him. He's strong in mind, and that's what she loves him for. Even though she's still afraid to lose him, or that he finds her odd with all her weird personality traits that she still has, and her Trollish accent.

Therak Duskstalker:
Kyra's tutor in many ways. In her opinion a calm orc, one who thinks things through before acting. Even though the training he put her through was harsh, she's actually thankful for him not treating her like some delicate female, which she's not. He made her work for her rank, and that's exactly the way she preffered it. Even though he made her keep her training secret from her own mate for many months. She trusts this male and will go to him whenever she suspects something weird is going on in the tribe, knowing he'll act on it.

Trakmar Beastbane:
Her former mate. She loved him dearly, once. But the love dissapeared over time, when he tried to get her out of camp more and more and only seemed to care about her getting pregnant. She tried for him, but somehow that instead ended up with her falling for Sadok instead, the complete opposite of Trakmar. She still regrets the mess that came after that, the wounds that were made, the hurt she caused and that Trakmar got himself exiled due to it in the end when she miscarried. She hates him deeply now, for hurting Sadok. It's a hate that might never dissapear, especially because he never truly seemed to care for her anymore in her eyes. Kyra tolerates him around, but that's about it. She won't hesitate to attack him, should he make a wrong move towards Sadok or someone she loves.

Srelok Grimtide:
A male she doesn't really understand. He saved her life a few times, which she's grateful for. But she never shared much with him, and still he calls her a dear friend. Speaking that openly actually only pushed her away from him, seeing she doesn't want to hurt him or have herself hurt again by trusting him.

Magrahra Emberheart:
One scary She-orc. Kyrazha put some trust in her, but now she's seen how angry this female can become in certain situations, she's a little more careful around her, especially now she learned Mag is quite capable of working with fire. She knows Mag doesn't want to harm her, but she's still careful, taking a bit of distance from the female.

Kozgugore Feraleye:
An orc Kyrazha doesn't really know, though somehow with his ways he manages to calm her with his words whenever she's angry, preventing her from doing any more stupid stuff. She respects him, but she's also got a certain fear for him, knowing there is a lot more going on behind that calm behaviour he has. Especially because he ordered her certain things that led to her doing something she feared, even though it ended well and was for her own good, she'll remember it. Though she finds it hard to ignore his orders. These days she's found out a more playful side of Kozgugore, one she happily clings on to and tries to bring out, probably to his own annoyance. Not that she cares.

Sinami:
Someone Kyra learned to like, over time. Easy to talk with and easy to spend time with, an orc she may trust in time and learn to like more. She's open with this female, feels somewhat sorry for her being blind, but also respects her and knows she's able to take care of herself even with her sight gone. She likes to tease the female a little, bring her into uncomfortable situations as such sometimes. Over time she's found out that she's liking this female more and more, perhaps because even though they differ a lot, they also have a lot in common.

Krogon Devilstep:
Kyrazha doesn't like this male. She asked him in good faith to help her once and he turned it against her, even suspecting other orcs to be working as 'spies' for her, while it was her intention to only help Trakmar complete a task. She knows he lied to the Chieftain even, and talked behind her back about other things he suspected about her which she never did. She won't trust him with such things again easily now, and mainly avoids getting into discussions with him, because he'll turn everything she says against her anyway, in her opinion.

Zhakiri:
One of the few Trolls that have been around recently that she does like, Zhakiri actually took an interest in her past and her ways. He facinates her with his wild side, even though she's only seen him around the campfire a few times. She'd wish to learn more from him, maybe ask him to go hunting once with her, just to get back into her past ways again a little and have a buddy to properly hunt and talk with as she was used to. A thing she found she actually missed more than she thought she would. Sadly he doesn't show his face that often anymore!


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

Post by Therak on Thu Feb 05, 2015 5:25 pm

Added several orcs in my post [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

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

Post by Grim on Thu Feb 05, 2015 5:55 pm

Yeah I've added some folk to mine. [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

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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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Post by Krogon Devilstep on Mon Feb 16, 2015 6:07 pm

more plz.

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

Post by Lyniath on Mon Feb 16, 2015 6:26 pm

This seems like something I wanna do but I only interact much with like 3-4 other people who all know what Lynne thinks of them xD

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

Post by Kozgugore Feraleye on Sat Apr 18, 2015 4:48 pm

Kozgugore Feraleye

Self view:
Kozgugore is, for a lack of better words, melancholic in his reflective view. He looks back on his long past with mixed feelings: Wanting to put himself responsible for all the tragedy and horror that he has both witnessed and committed in the past, but at the same time, longing to be free of the shackles of time.

One thing he does know for certain: For whatever reason, the spirits have seen fit to keep him alive for far too long. He couldn't even begin to think to what end, because he personally doesn't consider himself worthy of it, compared to all the far superior warriors he used to work with in the long, distant past. Heroes each one of them, but he himself, far from it.

And yet others seem to look to him for guidance, and for a leading example. Better yet, he has been elevated to the position of Chieftain, where he previously would have consider himself far and well below worthy of such an honour. He has always been a follower: Someone who takes orders, and knows obedience and loyalty to the very letter. Even more so, he has always been a bit of an outcast since his youth, preferring the wilderness and the beasts over society and clan. This is why it has taken a great deal of time and effort for him to accommodate to his current position. At the same time however, that is also why he places great value in oaths. His own oaths, as well as others' oaths. And that is why he chooses to accept the position he's been given, because he has made an oath not only to a certain Matriarch, but to an entire tribe as well. As such, he aims to ensure he does exactly that which was asked of him: To guide and lead his pack. Being a traditionalist at heart and placing great value in the tenets of honour and loyalty, he would go beyond lengths to protect both pack and kin and to see them guided to a prosperous future where they and his race might one day know a world of true peace and welfare. Even if in spite of all those feelings of loyalty, he has been found having trouble developing more permanent, closely-knit bonds; afraid to lose yet more blood-brothers or -sisters or even a mate after having lost so many of them already. It's a defense mechanism that has left him appearing cold and distant towards others, yet deep down, there's still that on-going urge to protect any that hold a remote sense of value to him. Let alone what few that did manage to break through that mental wall.

Until that time however, he will fight fiercely for any bound to him by oath. Some perhaps more than others, but like the loyal dog he was always moulded and educated to be, he will continue to do exactly that: Protecting and serving those close to him. No matter the motives for the spirits to keep him alive for this long, that alone is reason enough for him to keep going, unhindered by any painful memories of old.


Character opinions (in alphabetical order):

Gridish Rimeweaver:
Kozgugore feels like he can safely trust the Rrosh-tul mage just as much as the next elder. Despite that however, he doesn't feel like he truly knows the orc, deep down. A timid curiosity makes him feel inclined to try and find out more about the orc: What drives him, how he feels about the tribe, and what he thinks of his place within it. But something holds him back - likely his own reservedness - and he can't help but continue to feel that there's a void between the two, despite them both being elders. Perhaps it's for the better this way, to keep things strictly on a business-level, because if they were any closer than this, Koz might very well say what he -truly- thinks of that talking book of his.

Grim Stonepaw:
There hasn't been all that many interactions between the two, but that's something Koz can wholeheartedly live with. He has been at odds with this orc since the first day he can remember encountering him, though has otherwise cared rather little for the whispers others have shared that contained this orc's name. He was a far-away story, and only more recently has he become more of a reality to deal with, rather than just idle gossip. He can't see himself working together on a daily basis with the orc, but he can see why Grim's people choose to follow him, despite whatever habits Koz might not see eye to eye with. He's not the kind of orc he himself would follow, but he -is- the kind of orc he would tolerate allying himself with, so long as their interests align. And perhaps, deep down, there might just be a common understanding when it comes to their principles after all.

Groshnok Gorewrath:
Groshnok can be a fool and a drunk at certain times. That much is clear. But on what few times that he -can- be found in a sober state, Kozgugore can't help but wonder what true, untapped potential lies deep within this orc. He doesn't know what may have caused the orc so much reason to turn to drinking, but were fate any different, he's quite certain that this orc may just as well have been a Rrosh-tul. Perhaps it's just a strange fantasy Koz might be entertaining - a faint notion that every orc has a source of untapped potential - but he likes to think that even an orc like Groshnok is not beyond a second chance. And that's what he'll be given, if the spirits allow it... as well as Groshnok's own general demeanour.

Krogon Devilstep:
An orc Kozgugore finds himself having very mixed feelings about. There are times that Kozgugore deeply respects Krogon, and even finds a bit of common ground with the elder orc as they are both among the more elder and experienced orcs in the tribe, both having seen more than their share of bloodshed and dramatics than they wish or care for. And still, he looks down upon the orc. For his failings, for his disobedience, for his temper... and for disappointing him personally. If only he had remained true to the oaths he had made in the past, the orc would have made the perfect Varog'Gor. He would have made the ideal person for Koz to place his trust in, and to set an example with to all others. But even the greatest heroes have their faults, as Koz knows all too well from the Chieftain he himself once had in his time as a Warsong. And so too does that sentiment count for Krogon Devilstep: One of the finest warriors the Horde has to offer, and yet the burdens of time and even his own flawed personality makes him imperfect - and mortal, like any other orc. The responsibility of being one of the best comes at a price, and this is Krogon's. Kozgugore can recognize that much, and will treat Krogon with the respect he deserves, though there will always be that leash. A really short leash.

Kyrazha Throatrender:
Kyrazha is a bit of a strange orc. And she takes after trollish ways, which is definitely not something Kozgugore would normally be very enthused of. But she has shown herself to be a very capable and fine orc, despite such prejudices he might previously have had, and Kozgugore has begun to have a strange degree of respect for this she-orc who he believes is the primary foundation to Sadok Sharptongue's sanity - something he would all too gladly see remaining in one piece. Despite what she might let on to others, he also believes she can be a very intelligent orc. In fact, she might sometimes make more sense than other orcs would, even those that would generally be seen as rather sage. Koz believes this because a certain simplicity in itself, at times, can make all the positive difference. Civilization can be a constricting factor, on both lifestyle and thought, and it doesn't seem to have gripped Kyrazha yet either, being a creature of the Wilds. This might very well be one of the reasons why he can easily tolerate Kyrazha's presence, even, when compared to others.

Lo'Gush Goreseeker:
Logush can be compared to Groshnok, in the sense that they are both orc warriors of the tribe, can be depended upon in the right situation, have a very promising future ahead of them if they would set their minds towards it, but hamper their very own movements and attempts with their habit of messing up. Lo'Gush perhaps to a lesser degree than Groshnok, but it's there. In fact, Kozgugore might just have a little more faith in Lo'Gush in comparison, because he has actually shown and proven that he's not beyond redemption and capable of pushing himself further. In fact, there's the faint hope that Lo'Gush might one day manifest himself into a Rrosh-tul, or who knows even a Varog'Gor, as he does seem to have what it takes to serve as a fine example to all others. For the time being, those hopes will be far removed from any reality however, as Kozgugore knows all too well that there's a long path to be walked still.

Magrahra Emberheart:
Kozgugore once had strong feelings for this gifted shaman. But their paths have left them in different places entirely. He admires her and holds a great amount of respect for her, but something in him tells him that since their last collision, it will take more than just time and patience for whatever's left of any bond to be mended. He worries about her, and where she may have gone and done since, and hopes that one day they can at least return to friendly terms again, as he still believes the orc's presence can be one to treasure indeed.

Rargnasha Bloodmark:
Rargnasha has been a head-case for Kozgugore for many times. Both in more recent times, as well as far, far back into the past. When he was a Rrosh-tul of the tribe, he often found himself at odds with the orc, sometimes even locking horns with him over even the smaller kind of details. It's for that reason that he felt hesitant to elevate the orc to the position of High Blade over a long period of time, and felt even more conflicted when he was chosen to be Chieftain. While feeling a certain respect for the orc and his martial achievements, Kozgugore himself never truly felt militaristic at heart. As such, it was not only that he left the tribe upon that fateful night to go searching for his lost mate alone, but just as much so because he couldn't bear to follow orders of an orc he had so often found himself in disagreement with. When he finally came to terms with his fate and returned himself to the tribe, he still had trouble settling into his new role as High Blade and advisor. In the end however, he couldn't help but at least have a degree of respect for Rargnasha, realizing all too well that he too must have come to realize the burdens and responsibilities of being a Chieftain. Even if there were many decisions that Koz still didn't manage to see eye to eye with.

Rashka Facebreaker:
Rashka can be a bit of a sulk and a loudmouth, if caught at the wrong moments. Although he wasn't present for them himself, he's all too willing to believe that the orc has committed some wrongs in the past. None of them are the kind that he would consider an intense wrong however, and he believes they are only minor stains in what is the picture of a very skilled warrior. One of the best in his tribe, in fact. In his ever-lasting, idealistic quest to find and retrieve the best out of every single orc, he's willing to believe the she-orc is capable of a great many admirable acts to come still, and hopes that with a little bit of faith placed in her will see her motivated enough to at least try and reach for it.

Rhonya Steelheart:
Rhonya is a sister, bound in blood. That alone is a feat worthy of recognition in Koz's eyes, as he's all too hesitant to let anyone grow remotely close to him, let alone end up making it a blood-sister and having him worry personally about the orc's health and safety. He's lost too much family already, and bonding himself to anyone in such a way is certain to have him be willing to go through extreme lengths to ensure not another name is added to that long list of lost loved ones.

In practice, his relation to Rhonya can be a strange one, however. Sometimes, it's him gifting her with words of wisdom or trying to console and advise her in times of need. At others, it's her who takes exactly that role upon her as one of Koz's only trusted orcs. He feels welcome in her presence, as well as respected. But above that, he feels accepted. For both his strong points, as well as his flaws. For she knows quite a few of both.

Sadok Sharptongue:
Kozgugore's relation to Sadok has always been rather hit and miss. Sometimes he wants to knock the orc unconscious. Sometimes he wants to give him a good, firm pat on the back. Sometimes he wants to just really strangle him. Thankfully enough, the latter sentiment has gotten far less over the past few months. Better yet, there's a certain concern that Sadok's responsibilities may eventually change him in time, and when Koz finds himself realizing that, he can't help but realize that he does care about the orc. They have been kindred spirits in the way that fate has treated them over the course of time, and though they never truly found any common ground due to the stark contrast in their personalities, he knows that deep down, he respects Sadok in equal measure as to how he like to think that Sadok respects him in return. Even if the latter might be called into question at times, depending on the orc's choice of words towards Koz. He can still be very much inclined to give the babbling orc the evil eye when he's in one of his "moods", but at the end of the day, he will never truly bring himself to knock him unconscious, let alone strangle him. Perhaps just a very, very light slap on the back of his head.

Sinami Swifthowl:
Kozgugore's relation to Sinami is an interesting one, considering they completely avoided one another throughout the first few months that the she-orc traveled with the tribe. What's more, in their first noteworthy encounter, they locked horns in an argument neither of them would have quite possibly even cared about afterwards. Then they avoided one another again, until they happened upon one another on a hill in Nagrand. And then, out of nowhere, he uncovered what lies hidden underneath this orc's outer shell. Amazed, intrigued and bewondered, he couldn't help but be completely caught unaware when he found himself developing strong feelings for this orc.

He's still not quite recovered from that surprise, nor really knows -how- it exactly came to be, but what he does know is that she awakened a very big flame inside of him. He also knows that he wants to continue on chipping away at her, finding out every little piece of her that she has been hiding from plain view, as to instead accept it as a part of something beautiful and respectful. What he knows above all else however, is that he's begun caring about her. A great deal, in fact. And even though he doesn't know where both their paths might lead, something in him does hope those paths will eventually converge, and will continue to do so for a long time to follow.

Srelok Grimtide:
Kozgugore can't help but be a little bit wary of Grimtide. He respects the orc for his services to the tribe well enough, but every time he treads near, Kozgugore's mind simply wants to shut down, trying to ensure nothing from his mind might seep through into Srelok's. He knows the orc doesn't truly intend to read his mind every single time they meet, but there's always that ever-present risk. And exactly that is the problem at hand: Kozgugore definitely doesn't want anyone intruding on his mind or his feelings without invitation. And so his mind goes just a little more blank every time this orc comes near, in an attempt to suppress every emotion and unique thought.

Therak Duskstalker:
Koz and Therak's history has been an interesting one. His very first memory of the orc is finding him in the Drag as a member of the Sixty Thieves. Whereas that already meant that he regarded the orc with a certain, prejudiced suspicion, that suspicion grew even worse when he found Therak threatening and fighting Morgeth, who both orcs once had feelings for. Details aside, the most important thing Koz remembers is that there was a particular death threat involved at the end of it all.

Five years later, and there he is, standing by Kozgugore's side in any of the important tribal gatherings or meetings, serving as his trusted bodyguard as well as his informant. How it came to be like this is still not entirely clear to Koz. He just remembers accepting the orc for who he is: An honest, somewhat unconventional yet trustworthy orc, who somehow made it to the rank of Varog'Gor through his sheer determination. And now, having seen this orc's true nature through his initiation ritual, he can't help but respect him all the more. Something in him tells him that perhaps, should they choose to one day properly sit down and have a proper and casual enough talk, they might even have what it takes to become brothers in a sense. Or perhaps their natures will prevent it from truly being so in the end. But regardless of what their relation to one another is, he knows he respects this once-thief, and considers him as one of the finest orcs his tribe has to offer. Even if he wears a ridiculous hat that doesn't befit a Varog'Gor a lot of the time.

Trakmar Beastbane:
Trakmar is old, at times grumpy and just perhaps a bit of a lost soul in an inhospitable world. The description almost fits Kozgugore himself to the letter, and he can't help but feel a faint degree of sympathy for the Mag'har. And yet he can't suppress the feeling of a certain distrust every now and then - an after-effect of his acts committed in the past - and wonder what it would take to have the orc snap once again, who knows to what effect that time around. He will consider the Mag'har just as much of a child of the pack as any other, and will treat him with the degree of faith he's earned back thus far. But there will always be that one, watchful eye, looking on in doubt.


Bonus (inactive/non-player characters):

Akesha Redblade:
Kozgugore once considered himself a lost soul - a lone wolf - in a dangerous, inhospitable world that offered no solace to the kind of orc who had lost everything and everyone. But then there was Akesha. And Akesha will, for better or worse, always be Koz's Matriarch. She is the one who brought him back to the Red Blades and, in his eyes, back to the true ways of his people. She handed him leadership of the tribe when she saw herself forced to part ways with the tribe, and to this day, he considers it a personal oath to Akesha to ensure her legacy lives on. Should she ever choose to return, were she still alive, and would request leadership of the tribe once more, she would be the only orc he would feel inclined to willingly hand over the reins to, knowing she would always be the tribe's true leader.

Greggar Ironfoot:
Kozgugore misses Greggar a great deal. He never thought he would have lived to admit it, but he misses the days that he could spend time to talk about simple nonsense with this kind-hearted and perhaps just a little naive orc. Granted, he was just a little too kind-hearted for his own good, but he was still an honourable and loyal orc to the bone. One of the most loyal and honourable he has ever met, in fact, and despite having refused to take on any blood siblings since having lost all of those made in childhood, Greggar was the first that did manage to make Kozgugore's stubborn mind shaky in its convictions to remain cold and distant to everyone around him. And perhaps, just perhaps, his road to opening up to orcs in more recent times, however sporadic it might be, all started with this gentle and sometimes a little bit of a strange orc.

Karak Stormsong:
Although Kozgugore has no idea where this incessantly annoying orc has gone off to, he can't help but think back in a rather positive light when he thinks of Karak. That would likely change as soon as he would show up again, and would remind Kozgugore just how annoying and infuriating he could be with his presence alone. Still, when he thinks back, all he can think of is how level-headed the orc actually was, compared to all others around him. In the end, he was in fact a very dependable and intelligent orc. Unconventional and entirely un-orcish, true. But sometimes, being not a traditionalist like Koz himself is something of a positive addition in itself. Even he realizes this, and Karak is a prime example of it. And that is why even up to this very day, he does not regret once having made Karak Rrosh-tul, and might just do so again, were it ever an option once more.

Morgeth Feralheart:
Morgeth was once the love of Kozgugore's life. She had a fierce will of her own and arguably a foul attitude for one who was meant to serve as an example to the entire rest of a tribe, but nonetheless he respected her and held her dear. She gifted him with three children, all of which he still deeply cares for, even if he's forced to be apart from them by a great distance, and in each of them he can still find and recognize a part of her own being and personality. She herself however, has been ripped far away from his own mind and touch. For years, he has searched for her and hoped to find signs of her, but after her unannounced departure, there's simply no place for Kozgugore to even know where to begin searching. She is well and truly gone in his eyes, either dead or taken by the demons that pulled at her for so long, and he hates her for it. All that love he has felt for her has turned into sheer, naive hatred, for leaving him like that and leaving not a single track for him to follow. Every time he thinks back of her, he tries to recall all the good and precious times. But every single good thought is eventually doomed to branch off, leading him to the dark and forlorn conclusion that she has abandoned him for good. Once, it was a thought that nipped at his thoughts, breeding despair within him. But in more recent times, he has begun to try and accept to live with the ghosts of his past. And perhaps, just perhaps, there's the chance he could at least crack a small smile at a long forgotten memory of hers, in between all that bitterness. And if not that, there are still his children, should he ever see them again, that would at least remind him of good times long gone, and giving him a renewed purpose to keep on fighting, no matter how alone he himself might ever end up becoming.

Shrewd:
Ever since the two have rescued one another in the Outlands, Koz and Shrewd have become inseparable. It might prove difficult indeed to ever catch the two separated from one another, and for good reason. There's a bond between the two that seems have far surpassed the usual connection between orc and animal. It's almost as if in a heartbeat, they would be one another, and know one another more perfectly than two separate beings ever -should-. Kozgugore trusts the dire wolf with his life, and may have done so one more than just one occasion to boot, and that is all that truly needs to be said of their bond. Because that is all that matters.

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

Post by Grim on Tue Apr 21, 2015 9:46 pm

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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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