Missing Ra' ~ The warrior

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Full name: Ra Bwabo (Previous: Bok'ra Bwabo)
Alias: Ra', Grey Recluse, Grey, Railor,
Titles: The Grey Recluse, Chieftain, savage, Patron of Jishrim
Race: Human
Sexuality: ?

Residence: Thought to be dead to most. None know where he currently is, though sometimes makes vivid appearances
around the continent.


Physiology: Ra stands with a vaguely lean, but also elegant posture at a height of 5.9 with a body type of mesomorph built to be athletic as a result of living in the jungle for a lifetime. He has several scars around his body, of which, most seem to remark beast or animal like claws. His head has begun to grow hair and his beard has been shaved off.


Psychology: While perhaps intimidating of his looks. He is grown to be very much so paranoid of all things, even trusted friends. This makes him easily tense in tight spaces, or places where there are more than one or two present.

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Though it is something he often tries to abuse to his advantage, rather than to view it as a disadvantage by pushing those who know this side of him to do as he pleases. Hence, he has grown to a sense of manipulation to compliment this side of him.



In service to Jishrim, he's come to take a neutral stance to everyone. Believing that chaos comes to everyone and will attack, and or protect anyone at random as a result, excluding those who serve the
same purpose. Though, he largely detests targeting those who understand this fact.
Hence, disliking the lazy and naive. He will, however, avoid killing and will resort to leaving his
victims alive.
Strangely.
Attire: Ra accustoms to himself pair of dark blue to hues of purple for his clothing whenever he's to visit anything more civilized than his tribe in the jungles. Whereas when he traverses the jungle, he's seen to wear befitting clothing made out of animal skins and even human skins.

Habits and mannerisms:

Civilized and a savage
Ra has since long become more accustomed to the ways in which to act when within the territory of the 'civilized'. Having acknowledged the consequences which are to come, should he unleash his savage nature for all to see. Mannerisms such as bowing and good manners are as such, become part of his life. However, when is so able and feels at comfort to do so, most would hardly recognize him.
Cannibal
Grown in his tribal environment of savages alike, he views cannibalism both a tradition and way to survive if nothing else is at his disposal. Viewing it even as unspeakable heresy to decline an offer to consume a loved one. This involves consuming flesh, eyes, hearts and just about anything.

He also has a very keen taste for blood, and may even prefer it over flesh or other foods. Whether this is linked to his tribal tradition of cannibalism is unknown.


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[V O I C E]:


Faith/Religion: The creature of eight (Jishrim)
Morality:Ra thinks all is embedded in fate, and as such, if fate wills it then he may do so.
Alignment: Chaotic evil
Known Language(s): Bwabo, Common, Elven

Skills~
Linguistics:


Bwabo ~ Fluent 10/10
Common ~ Fluent 10/10
Elven ~ Bad 3/10
Marjash ~ Adequate 4/10

Utility:
Traversing the jungle ~ Excellent : 9/10
Hunting(In jungles) ~ Good: 7/10
Climbing walls ~ Adept : 6/10
Cooking ~ Enough to feed : 2/10
Horse riding ~ Adept 6/10
Combat:
Daggerplay: ~ Adept : 6/10
Slingshot shooting ~ Rusty : 3/10
Bow shooting ~ Adept : 6/10
Other:
Manipulation ~ Good: 7/10


Skills~

Deaths~
First death:

Died in an attempt to flee from most combat at a disadvantage after having aided in
the murder of [̴̜͈͙̟̳̋͘R̶̻̪͇͖̽ë̷̡̹͙̮̭́̓̕d̷͕͙̬̖̿͠ȧ̵̱̽͐̐c̶͚͙͙̾͛̓͐t̶̡̰͕̎̇̀ḛ̶̍̎̓͠d̵͔͆̂͛ͅ]̵͎̝̎̀̀ in the Storm's landing tavern. He was first cut deeply into his subclavian
artery, weakening him, and later staked into his heart.










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Backstory
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He lived in the grace of her shroud for many years. He lived. That is until the civilization came. The dwarves and their horrors. By her grace, he was ready to die. However, only to see many in his tribe go without him in loss against the stubby, little men. Bok'ra Fed his spiders, and bestowed his prayers to the eight legged creature in caves and lived in paranoia and fear, until they swept away his sanctuary of darkness. Order was their virtue, and such was the enemy of chaos. Order? Chaos they must understand. By fear he fled, but by devotion he was ready to fight when he had his answers. For now he was only confused, and without answers.

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Long it has been since he last spoke his prayer and fed his spiders. Is he dead? No. Lived off in the sanctuary of the grove. Bits by bits seeking answers, but to no avail. He had to confront his paranoia and fear, confront the little men and their order. It was time for him to appear by their stone walls.
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(Note. The narrative here may not be thoroughly honest with the relations.)
Ahya'iki Bwabo(Bartooliinii)
"I fear I am not suited for the role, but I will do my best to follow in his footsteps."
Bok'ra thinks highly of Ahya'iki, as someone he's admired from the start. However, until recently
he has come to think of him as weak to not entrust chaos.

Iqya'te Bwabo(Shaolinpunk)
"Iqya'te is the wise shaman of my people."
Bok'ra does not think much of Iqya'te. He is a wise shaman.

Cassandra Glade(Kakers)
"I became stronger on my own, and I will prove it to you."
Bok'ra, as of recently came to respect Cassandra on a greater height. Inclined to show loyalty after intimidated. He still has his thoughts about ruling himself, but concludes not to.

Ballard(Jase)
"Unlike the self-righteous vigilantes of Storms landing. This one questions proof. I, oddly enough, respect the man for this."

While Bok'ra never felt truly secure while walking in broad daylight, in storms landing.
He was at times comforted by men like Ballard. A man who, to his view, also despised vigilantism.
Though, nowadays, Bok'ra expects Ballard will rather be an enemy to him as well.

Quill Emiryn
"Just so, she puppets herself there and here while I pull the strings.."
Bok'ra views Quill as an idiot, one easily manipulated and controlled. His reasoning to loom around her an enigma
yet he enjoys to watch her 'dance', hurrying from place to the next in fear of what can happen.

Kublai Kull(Bartooliinii)
"The previous Headmaster of Frostwarts. Respectively a smart, and sympathetic dwarf. Yet, he is still a dwarf."

Bok'ra does not think ill of Kublai, despite of his obvious hatred for his kind. Kublai was among the first to teach him
common and other topics of use. Through such means, and a further understanding of both their paths, Bok'ra
came to respect Kublai. Yet, as he was still dwarven, he was still reminded of his great grief. As such, it may be of no consequence to Bok'ra
to slay Kublai for simply what he is.


Tylla Goraya(Blorbis83)
"Tylla is admirable. I feel only comfort in her presence."
A woman of another, different tribe. His time spent with her have come in only comfort.

Bok'ra deems it unnecessary, and perhaps unpleasant to seek out the woman now that his face is revealed.
Yet, an hour or two of but friendly chat with this lady would not come to opposition.


Branko Callas(Kostadim)
"This one takes far too much for granted. It annoys me."

Bok'ra deems Branko a young child with little respect for privacy.
Like an annoying mosquito, one he may squish but attains no conventional use for doing so.

Raigo Tideborne(Ghostkairo123)
"I will seek a quarrel with this man when it is time."
Bok'ra views Raigo with uncertainty and dislike. On one hand, he respects a Tideborne,

yet Raigo on the other hand betrayed his and the trust of his friend. He no longer seeks revenge
but feels no issue with striking this man down either.


Karn (ironassassin)
"I am no longer the son. This pride that once held me in lead to Karn is now misplaced. Karn may only be an ally thus forth."
Since his death, Bok'ra has lost a certain aspect of himself. The vyreic qualities which ultimately gave him pride as
one of few others to be first generation vyres under him. He sorrows for this, but has become stronger as a result.
He still looks to Karn as some kind of associate, though largely has not seen him since.


Milah(Jazzper)
"Naive and self-righteous. Just like the rest of them."
Bok'ra had once attained the acquaintance-ship of Milah. Yet, this measly respect was quickly dropped

after Milah was convinced Bok'ra wasn't what he claimed, without his say to it.
As such, Bok'ra deems she was alike others, easily convinced to violence without any relevant motive.


As usual, his trust was broken quickly afterwards. Resulting in disappointment.
Mickey
"You are doing better, now."

Bok'ra has found there is no better place for Mickey than out of his sights as it seems. He largely does not meet him anymore, though sometimes
finds him at a onversation.

Fronslin
"Strange man. I do not seek a quarrel with him."
Fronslin is an oddball to Bok'ra. On one hand he is an imbecile without faith.
Yet on the other, Bok'ra understands he is powerful and is perhaps inclined to respect him.


Leviathan
"The responsibility you bear for the disappointments is admirable."
Bok'ra views the leviathan in great respect and admiration.
Though they don't talk, if at all.


The Gravekeeper
"Ooooh graaavekeeepeeeer."

Among the few blood descendants Bok'ra valued and cared for.
Though like Leviathan, Bok'ra and the Gravekeeper did not talk.


Kyri Bluestone
"Poor man."
Unlike Eimar, or Sydri. Bok'ra believes he 'accidentally' broke Kyri. It is not something he dwells over when he means to have his daylight nap,
yet he takes a certain pity upon the man.


Eimar Ursae
"Faithless fool."
Bok'ra came to be aware of Eimar after his kidnapping. He pities the man, for his seemingly miserable state of faith. Yet, for all it seems, the man did survive
what most would conclude as death. As such, he feels some admiration for the mans persistence to survive.


Bairn'ke Sydri
"Every time I meet you, you give me more reason to annoy you."

Bok'ra knows very little on Sydri, apart from her family. He is clearly afraid of those who surrounds her, and would rather leave her alone
for the time being. Yet, as it happens... To be afraid, is to also recognize a threat.

Given time, he may have more use for Sydri than most would care to acknowledge.


Ylva Elmrose
"Disappointingly surprising."

Bok'ra finds Ylva an odd one. He doesn't understand her motives, or as to why she does what she does. Yet he believes the caparii to be young, and as such perhaps beyond such obligations.

A surprise for certainty, yet a welcome one? Perhaps.


Rowley
"Express gratitude for the seeds of the rose which you stole. For when it blooms, only feathers will fall."
Though Bok'ra has never actually met Rowley De Chastain, he has heard of him. Even knows where he lives? It isn't customary for Bok'ra to
haunt the common folk, yet he clearly has an odd motive to make the exception for this man. An obsession, perhaps?

In truth, what remains is an uncanny taste for vengeance at someone else entirely, with a sickened twist of poetry.


Kadhab
"Strange new headmaster of the school."

The replacement for Kublai. Bok'ra deems the new headmaster of Frostwarts an enigma, a stranger. He feels no immediate threat from Kadhab,
and perhaps may even visit him again. Yet, while fully aware of the fame behind his recent Jishrimite endavours, such visits may remain for
the old.


Melzar
"Only a fool would pick a fight with this man, this... beast. To be an ally to him is by means of great pride to me."
Prior to his actual meeting with Melzar, Bok'ra had heard many things of him, such things that held true when he speaks of admiration
of Melzar. A man who shattered the bravery of most men and mustered fear all across the continent, all the while making sausage of their flesh.
For a cannibal and a man of his strength, he is regretful that Melzar is a servant of Skraag and not Jishrim. Yet, he has had such allies before...


Theodosius Herennius Blorbis83
"I fear in a battle among our armies, you would lose. Yet I admire your bravery and sense for justice."
Bok'ra understands Theodosius to be the same one whom had previously taunted him to stand against the armies of Astrakhan, a bold
urge to protect those innocent. For the longest time, he came to regard the man as an idiot. Yet only until recently in a more than intense situation
he was convinced otherwise.

Much like Ballard. This one questions proof, rather than acts of slanderous rumor and false logic.


Aziryn Ovryll Juvix_
"You speak very tall for a commoner. I certainly hope you know what you are doing."
A commoner Bok'ra had met in Storms landing. If not in the murky corners he himself spends time in, he would have largely looked past
on any notions of acquaintance ship. Yet, given so, he feels there may be room for such a connection. A friendship, even.

I trust no one, not even you. Yet perhaps in time, gold will not be the only matter that keeps us at interest.


Set'iki Jase
"You will soon understand what weaves you, what keeps you weak. Soon my dear."
Bok'ra deems the company of Set at times unnecessary, and worries for the youngling as chieftain. Yet, he can only be so much reminded
of his own time exploring the outside world. Only, she might be better at it. His relationship to Set'iki is perhaps the last item apart from his tribe
to grant some warmth to those around him.

Ihkeer Galaxy
"My apprentice. You have done well, thus far."
One of Bok'ra's pupils. He feels no personal measures for them, which for most would be a good sign. Ihkeer has been a learning student to
Bok'ra, though he still lacks the means to wholly trust them to proceed with further responsibility.


Rook Corvus ZeAfroGentleman
"You are useful, more than I let you believe."
Bok'ra believes Rook is exceptionally young, one easily taken advantage of through uncanny connections around the world. He finds him useful, as such
and even more so respects him as one devoted to Thedora. However, with alike most young people, he's terribly annoyed by his lack of true devotion to
his god.


Imani Zaire DizPanda
"Only suffering will cleanse this putrid naive nature you cling to."
Bok'ra finds Imani's company to be of pleasure for a time, but this time can at times run short. He's annoyed by her naive nature, though largely can
blame this to her devoted god. Through this devotion, however, he understands and respects her immensely and even finds her desirable to a degree.
However, she is not devoted enough, in his eyes. Therefore does not cling to any hope for such notion, yet.






James Mcguffin
"Incapable of defending oneself with nothing but idle threats."
James is mostly a stranger to him. One who threatened him once.
Bok'ra doesn't fear him, and only has reason to view him as weak.


Cedlas(Swiftspear)
"You're no longer one of us. What am I to make of this?"
Oddly, Bok'ra had once treated Cedlas with respect.
Yet after Cedlas made no attempt to return to the folds of blood, he almost immediately also lost this respect.
With Cedlas no longer in his sight, he became wary and paranoid of his knowledge upon him.


Heseya
"An annoying mosquito."
Bok'ra viewed Heseya as an annoying little pest. One who betrayed his trust

and life. Coming to the conclusion that she was better off dead, than
in the skirts of life.


Maryann Alberg(Delta61251)
"I miss her."
A strange woman Bok'ra grew oddly fond of. Maryann helped him attain
many feats in his faith, and turn some to strength through such means.
Even going as far as to express love towards her. He mourns for her disappearance.


Raeyna(DizPanda)
"Her idle manipulation will be the death of her. I'm counting on it."
Bok'ra views Raeyna as no more than turd, waiting to be stepped on by a higher power given time.

One who has attained a strong social circle through acting as a would-be victim. Admirable, to a degree.
However, given time, chaos will come to her as well.


Vlad Sir Andrew Wallins
"A man who, given his chances, could have prevented a lot of suffering. Had he known the future, that is."
Bok'ra does not dwell too much on his memories, let alone strangers he's only seen once. Vlad, of all people is one who,
being granted the situation, could have prevented the murder, pillage and burning of many innocent souls. Whether by the killing of Bok'ra himself
or taking on the gift. Though, these days, he'd hardly recognize Vlad. Should their paths cross..


Sophia Claremont
"You had one job."
Bok'ra extended his trust for Sophia, so as to complete a simple task.

Whitespoor
"I will avenge your death, but I will not mourn."

Bok'ra looked to Whitespoor like a leader to be followed, loyally so.
Yet he never felt a personal connection to Whitespoor in any regard whatsoever,
So when chaos came for him, he did not mourn.


Violet
"I am disappointed in you."
Bok'ra had once seen great promise in Violet, yet after such a promise was quickly after tainted.
Organizations & Groups:
The stairway to eternal peace
"The stairway to peace. While I have been its member I have time and time again learned, attained allies and become closer to god. Yet, it is shattered, broken. I sometimes wander if creating my own cult would succeed better. One not so demanding to respect what petty manners and the measly wishes of a couple for their child."
Bok'ra deems the stair way to eternal peace as a group to be regarded with respect and loyalty. Yet, as of recently, he's come to view it as only a group to treat it's leaders to their personal wishes, rather than to praise their god and to take on the ultimately ideology of said god. Something, given his power and loyalties, he may easily overthrow should he think it possible.

The bloodline of Grey
"This blood is the key which unlocked and opened all doors to me. I will hope to reminisce this in some way."
Bok'ra deems the bloodline of Grey as something to look to with pride, and to act at its interests.
The blood of his line has made him an exceptional survivalist, one who is always calculating, always thinking of the best and the worst
outcomes. It inherently made him into something of a strategist, and less so of a person for conventional matter.
While also it's an almost perfect addition to the tribal people and their current environment. He is, however, no longer one of its members ironassassin


The Bloodline of Gluttony
"The bloodline of Gluttony is strong, and how I would want a specimen. The potency of their anger, their hunger is unparalleled to all others. To
think what warriors I could create with their blood.."
Bok'ra views the bloodline of Gluttony with admiration. Though he has rarely had the chance to meet any of their members, he
knows what makes them. Given his faith to Jishrim, he's very well accustomed a liking to said bloodline. Though it is unsure, whether
he would himself enjoy the bloodline.
It is clear, that he would preferably hold one of their members close to himself to keep a supply of their blood with him. Bartooliinii


The Bloodline of Azarin
"The reputation, what measly little we have of it. The Azarin are vague. I have learned very little on them, yet I understand the most of them are not so accustomed
to survival as we are or prone to anger as gluttony is. One might think, if power is to be seated upon the red society, then it the Azarin are best in line for such."
Bok'ra knows very little on the bloodline of Azarin. He knows they are the proposed seat of power for the Red society, and yet given his lacking knowledge
upon them. He's lead to believe they are only small in numbers, compared to his or the bloodline of gluttony. He has no general opinion on them. blargtheawesome










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