The paladin quietly thinks to himself, “I wonder if I can get away from this meeting; Light’s Hope is too crowed to get a moment to ourselves. …I wonder if anyone would noticed if Feiyn and I frickle-frackled in Acherus.”
Pride: His combat ability as a death knight. Dying and being raised as a minion of the scourge was a thing but he can’t really change that, so he opted to embrace it. It’s also why he wouldn’t return to being a paladin if the option came up.
Wrath: He’s actually extremely (unnervingly) patient. There’s not much to get mad about when you know you can easily kill anything that annoys you.
I already did envy you nerd. 😛
So basically a death knight?
Our paramedic carried a guy who had six small plastic horses shoved up his ass for unknown reasons. The hospital listed his condition as “stable.” We died.
(I totally expected you to do the thing)
Tevruden is attracted to Feiyn for reasons he can’t adequately explain himself (it’s the fact that she stands up to him when most don’t.) He enjoys both fighting alongside her, and enjoys pushing her limits in combat to show her what she’s capable of.
So what you’re saying is that I should offer tumblr user lobstmourne a job?
I think this is the first time I have been compared to a cat? It’s pretty on-target though.
That might actually give him reason to consider what he’s doing. Of course depending on the situation, stopping and turning Feiyn into a death knight are equally likely outcomes.