People lose things all the time. They lose their parents, their brothers, their wives, even their limbs. Kewlin lost none of these things. He was raised up with an older sister and a younger brother, but he never really suffered from middle child syndrome either. While he and his sister were close in age and he was rightfully protective of her, their brother was much younger and they worked together to keep him safe. <br><br>Not that he really needed their protection. Their parents were around and had typical problems but not getting murdered by bandits or anything. Life was pretty okay. There was only one problem. Kewlin couldn't see out of his left eye. Not even a little bit. But even that was okay, his neck got a bit flexible and he learned how to see almost as good out of the other one and he moved on. <br><br>Then one day, nothing special happened except that Kewlin woke up and decided that he wanted to go on a little adventure. His mom packed him some traveling food, his dad gave him a sword (which he later learned was a talking training sword) and his brother cried. You can't blame him, he was just a kid. <br><br>So Kewlin went on an adventure and ended up in Thera. What wonders await him here? Will he battle fearsome monsters? Meet a beautiful woman? Have awkward conversations with people whose lives have been much more traumatic than this own? Only time will tell.
The man before you is tall with skin that has been burned from too many hours in the sun. Small tips of pointed ears poke out from a tussle of hair which, while flecked with grey, still musses boyishly around his face. Some loose hairs on his chin have been cultivated into something which resembles a beard, though only the pepper in it belies the fact that it is more than a teen's first attempt at manhood. He carries himself with confidence, but there is a small over-extension when he turns his head and a small tic in his left arm. Other than that, he seems perfectly normal.