The Journal Of Thorin Ryo – Paladin

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The Journal Of Thorin Ryo – Paladin

by Doragon Kishu

Thorin, like all the Landritch people, holds King Balthild, and/or ‘The Shield’ as he’s known, in the utmost of esteem.

Thorin, like his father before him, was brought up with a great respect of the sword, but by his own right, has truly mastered the use of the shield, both in offensive, and deffensive manner.

His intentions are always to remove his opponent from causeing any harm, but generally aims not to slay them.

Sadly, Thorin’s mother was banished from the land when he was merely 2 years of age, as it had come to be known that she had beeen gifted by their god the magical healing abilites of the Great Paladins of old.

Oh how Thorin longed to know more of his mother, but his father refused to speak of her.

For his father was hearbroken and ashamed of her secret uses of her magics, though she used them only on the elderly and those in pain

Though Thorin loves and respects his father greatly, he feels that he is more likely akin to his mother in her protecive, and healing ways…

…all the way down to her healing abilities, which Thorin also has, but keeps secret.

Only the nights’ darkness of his chambers has witnessed the sparks of golden blue light in which exude from his hands with a mere thought.

Though Thorin loves his father, King and people, he feels it is time for him to depart his homeland, to explore other lands, and perhaps learn more about his mother and the powers in which he is endowed.

Thorin heads to the Festival of the Crow to begin his new life of adventure and the seeking of this knowledge.

DESCRIPTION

Thorin is 6’3” tall, with tanned skin, and golden white shoulder length hair.

His eyes are one violet, one blue…

…and he is muscler and strong, weighing 240 pounds

He also has a blondish, sharply trimmed mustache and beard.

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