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Bamor created on 02nd of August 2021, and is dead and gone (22 years old, 93 hours, 2 months lifetime)

Title: the Holy Knight
Gender: Male
Level: 50
Class: dwarf paladin

Background history:

  1. A Miner's Life - posted at 2021-08-05 06:01:32
A Miner's Life
The clanging sound of metal striking stone fills the air. The impressionable dwarf runs around in the background playing and laughing. His parents you see, were ordinary other than being an ordinary miner just like his parents. His father, the head foreman miners. Growing up around the mines he had no prospect of the future. No plans in the mine, his mother a simple nurse relying on herbs and simplistic medicine to deal with injuries and the like. He was a lucky child, not accident prone or mean spirited like some kids are. Yet, his desires were simple, he wanted to be like his father a miner. Thoughts of working stone, and mining gemstones filled his dreams. It was many years later, he was a young dwarf now almost considered an adult. He had his own pick and the desire to use it. He was with a group of young dwarves deep in one of the deepest mines when his luck seemingly changed. Him and his friends were working the mine and filling their carts when his childhood friend struck a weak point, causing a a large cavern had opened up. His friend of course was crushed, blood seeping out from collapse. When the dust clear, their way back was blocked but a huge hole leading into beneath the stones. He was all alone there, and the only way out was possibly through the new cavern. With that in mind, he set out, exploring the place. Hours later, tired with thoughts of never making it out of there in hid mind he stumbled upon it. There was a structure within the cavern. Carved marble pillars held up what looked like a massive building. Inside he went, temporarily forgetting his plight, he explored. Along the way, it felt like a voice was speaking to him, calling his name. After exploring for another hour, he found what looked like an exit. Heading towards the doorway filled with light he entered into a room. Inside the room was a solitary hammer. This hammer seemed to radiate light, strange symbols adorning it's length, the most prominent a flaming fist. Without thought he wrapped one hand around the haft and tried to lift it. Agony raced through his whole being, with a pressure overwhelming him making him feel like his mind was not his own. Thoughts flooded him sensations of burning pain, and then beside him on another bed clearly not dead. He woke up with no idea what had actually nothing. When he came to he was above, laying in a plain bed not his own. His dead friend happened, but his hand ached. Upon examination, he found that his hand had been branded with a burning fist, and the feelings came flooding back. He no longer had any desire to be a miner, new purpose filling his veins, and it wasn't long before he bid his hometown, and family goodbye as he set out on his journey.


Bright green eyes regard the world intensely from within a face almost entirely obscured by curly red hair. Unruly and coarse, the hair falls untamed saved by a beard that hangs down to his waist. Standing at only few feet from the ground and as much again wide he cuts an imposing figure. Most of his width appears to come from his unyielding musculature, bulging from his immense arms and legs. His sweat covered skin is a darker shade as if he has spent most of his life in the sun, unblemished save for the calluses of obvious practice with a sword and an odd burn on his right blue eyes alert and cautious. His face is blunt with a wrinkled brow, a forearm. He regards the world with an intensely fervent gaze, his bright round bulbous nose, and cheerfully red cheeks, but not entirely unkind as humor lurks at the corners of his wide mouth.

PK stats:

Kills: 1, Deaths: 2 (Ratio: 0.5, Efficiency: 33%)
Pinnacle Kills: 0, Pinnacle Deaths: 2 (Ratio: 0, Efficiency: 0%)

Kills by class:
warrior: 1,
Killed by class:
ranger: 1,

Logs mentioning Bamor:
Tags: #justice


  1. Dogran [reply]
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    Mine. Had a lot of fun ranking up a protection paladin, interacted with a lot of people, and overall enjoyed it. Had a specific direction I wanted to go with this character, but it was happening very slowly. Ended up deleting it for personal reasons.
      [reply to Dogran]
    1. In fact, I never got the chance to test your limits because you always wandered off when I showed up. Thats one way to play it safe.
      1. Dogran
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        Sorry Ilromie, my focus was my alignment, and I didn't really associate with anyone who has a big criminal history.
      2. I broke so many laws while you weren't watching.
      3. Dogran
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        I know, I would come back and see you had fogged the room and be like dammit!
      [reply to Ilromie]
    2. Justice is in a void after the trial. Hmm, I wonder what chaos will happen next?
      I liked Bamor though we didn't get to interact as much as we might have.
        [reply to Serra]
      1. Ashlyn [reply]
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        Look at all those warlord duels, immortalized for all time as a punching bag. The better of the recent wave of justices in my opinion. Not sure what direction you were going with this guy but I would have liked to see it.
          [reply to Ashlyn]

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