My first character. I tend to play Warriors at the beginning of a new RPG, because they are usually hard to kill and can let a few mistakes slide. Unfortunately, though he does survive a whole lot, I just can't seem to stick my favorite play style in. Now mostly retired.
...and then came the searing. Crystals fell from the sky and devastated the lands of Ascalon. I know, for I was a witness to these events, and a victim of them as well. Wounded, I lied lifelessly while the lands turned into ashes. When I regained consciousness, I found myself in Serenity Temple, by the statue of Dwayna with Mhenlo by my side, nursing me back to health. He saved my life, and for that I am ever grateful.
Years later, I took my sword in hand once again. For the freedom of my people! For the lands of Ascalon!
My main character. The play style I've been looking for. Not many PvE Assassins out there makes me a bit unique too. Wants to prove that Assassins are not useless in PvE and destroy the old myths.
...when I woke up, I was alone on the island. I remembered my name, but I didn't know who or where are my parents. Life was rough, and the Nagas did not make it easier. I had to resort to small thievery to survive.
One day I was caught by Sister Tai and brought back to Shing Jea Monastery. I thought my end was near, but Master Togo only asked me "Are you hungry, my child?". His kindness surprised me. I took up the offer of training at the monastery. Headmaster Lee was more then happy to polish my skills when she overheard Sister Tai talking about how I 'borrowed' food from the villagers living in Kaitan.
Now I'm grown up and my training is complete. I decided to set out into the world and help others in need so I can repay my life debt.
I made her when Spirit Bond farming was efficient. Still used as a 55 from time to time, but I hate farming, so she's mostly unused.
...and then I heard that I had a sister. She got lost when a storm hit the ship my family was traveling in when I was still a little child. When I grew up, I decided to set out and find her.
During my travels, I found sadness and sorrow. I decided to dedicate my live to helping people in need. then I heard that a few years later, a small child was found stranded on a beach on Shing Jea Island. Could it be? I sailed for the island and requested an audience with Master Togo.