died, I set out to create a new character for the campaign Razar had participated in, so I could continue playing. I'm sure those of you who have played D&D are acquainted with this practice
The first thing I did, was determine his race: Tiefling. Of all the D&D races I know, Tieflings are certainly in my top ten. I don't know, there's just something about playing a evil-inclined or at the very least shadowy person with some minor magic at his/her command.
Next up, was his class. With Razar, I had very little HP. Though that didn't bother me all too much, I still wanted a somewhat more beefy character this time around
So, off I went, and made him a Fighter.
Lastly, I made his biography and his general 'modus operandi'. Though uncommon for me to go with the background bits as the last bits to be decided of a character, I just couldn't help not making the above two decisions first
If the name sounds familiar to you, then you've got a good memory. When I asked ~Nikumaru
to make him a portrait, I basically asked him to make a fantasy version of the original Morthor character
So far, Morthor has survived, him being hired by one of the party members. I hope he'll survive many more adventures
And, there you have it: my current D&D char