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King Fornout Oakenstone

His Royal Highness Oakenstone

Thaloldur is a city state, ruled by a long line of Dwarven Kings. There are no opposing groups against the current leadership from within the city, as all of its residents are treated with respect by the current King Fornout Oakenstone First of his name. However, the current greatest threat to the city are the homeless vagabond Orcs, Kobold’s and Goblins that constantly raid the nearby small towns and hamlets found deeper underground. King Oakenstone is powerless to solve this issue.

Physical Description

Facial Features

Red, long hair almost fully covers a furrowed, lively face. Glittering black eyes, set concealed within their sockets, watch delicately over the city state he has ruled for so long.

Identifying Characteristics

A sword left a mark stretching from the bottom of the right cheekbone , running across the nose and ending under his left eye leaves a burning memory of battles long forgotten.

Personality Characteristics

Motivation

A lot can be assumed when you first see Fornout, but the biggest two things to know are that he's optimistic and trusting. Of course he's also responsible, aspiring and active, but they're in shorter supply, especially considering they're mixed with being provocative as well.   His optimism though, this is what he's kind of cherished for. People often count on this and his responsiveness whenever they need cheering up.

Vices & Personality flaws

Nobody's perfect of course and Fornout has less pleasant traits too. His irrational nature and frightening nature tend to get in the way, much to the annoyance of others.   Fortunately his trusting nature helps prevent most of these grievances.

Species
Dwarf
Honorary & Occupational Titles
King Fornout Oakenstone First of his Name
Biological Sex
Male
Eyes
Dark Black
Hair
Long Braided Red
Height
4'5'
Weight
240lbs
Aligned Organization
Ambitious Dominion
Character Prototype
There's something appealing about him, perhaps it's his perseverance or perhaps it's simply his bravery. But nonetheless, people tend to worship him, while wanting to fight along his side in battle.

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