Duluztu Op Vaha
He held basic, advanced and teaching degrees in geography. His special area of expertise was the influence of natural landscape features on the development of cultures.
Vaha used to work as an academic teacher at the university of Kiv Mingumisel
. He retired in 9 NZR
He was clever but quite scatterbrained. While he had a great memory for his field of expertise, he frequently misplaced objects or mixed up dates. His wife Akos
often joked that he would lose track of his head if it wasn't attached to his neck.
One of his primary drives was to provide his family with a safe and comfortable life.
Besides that, he was passionate about teaching and getting young minds interestend in the complex interactions between geography and society.
He was a very friendly person, caring and forgiving.
Vaha had a deeply conservative mindset and did not adjust to change easily.
Furthermore, he quickly got stressed and emotional.
He was deeply in love with his wife Akos. They first met in the university cafeteria when she noticed that he dropped his wallet at the drink dispenser and went after him to give it back. Vaha quickly came to depend on her for keeping his life organized, and proposed to her a few months after both had finished their basic degrees.
They got married about a year later and had two children, a son named Ninu and a daughter named Refa.
Vaha was neither particularly shy nor outgoing, but most people considered him a pleasant conversation partner. Even when a topic got him worked up, he stayed polite and avoided disagreeing openly. The downside was that he often suppressed feelings to the point when he could not stop them from bubbling up in private.
Before moving to the shelter, he regularly played Dango Mi Sanlu
with several of his fellow duluztu
. They met after work every third evening of the week.
As an established academic teacher he earned considerably more than the average person. His pension supported a highly comfortable lifestyle.