Character Guide

Darsai Characters
harkovast at 10:32AM, Sept. 22, 2009
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Sir Muir

Sir Muir is an old knight and veteran warrior whose mind is not what it once was; he is frequently confused, absent minded or down right oblivious to what goes on around him.
Fortunately he is is also heroically brave, fearlessly facing any danger without question. He gladly puts chilvalry before common sense (even trying to apply his codes of martial conduct during entirely inappropriate encounters).
Other Darsai find him a bit odd, but greatly admire his heroics. In a sense, he personifies the ideal of what a Darsai knight should be (and forefilling other races stereotpes of the crazy Darsai's mad antics.)
In battle he wears a battered but still strong suit of armour and uses a shield and various energy weapons that he can summon from thin air (as is typical of the Darsai Knights.)

Yaten

Yaten is a priestess of the Darsai healing goddess Hevalla.
She is very confident and self assured, quickly taking charge of situations.
Despite being trained as a healer not a warrior, she still has the fighting spirit for which the Darsai are famed, attempting to attack Nameless warriors with a wooden stool.
Hr best friend is her fellow priestess Parah.

Parah

Parah is a priestess of the Darsai healing goddess Hevalla.
Parah is quite timid and shy, often nervously clutching her tail.
She is, however, quite intelligent and is very skilled in the arts of healing.

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Wordweaver_three at 4:41AM, Oct. 27, 2010
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No Shogun?
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Wordweaver_three at 4:44AM, Oct. 27, 2010
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Oops! Never mind. He's in the Tsung-Dao cast of characters.

Puts to rest that debate, doesn't it?
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harkovast at 5:30AM, Oct. 27, 2010
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The dude wants to be a Tsung-Dao, so who am I to argue?
This should be read as a reflection fo how the character sees himself, rather than a reflection on his parentage.

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