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Dragor Bloodfury (Orc Warrior)
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Player: Franksta96

Character Full Name: Dragor Bloodfury

Character In-Game Name: Dragor

Nickname(s):

Association(s): The Horde, The Warsong Clan, The Warsong Offensive, Hellscream's Reach

Race: Orc

Class: Warrior

Skills and Abilities: Bloodfury - After having his mind scarred by the power of the faceless ones, Dragor can occasionally lose himself in the heat of battle. This causes him to take on a bloodlust, slaying any of his enemies who stand in his way in an act of sheer violence and anger.

Age: 35

Sex: Male

Hair: Bald

Eyes: Brown

Scale/Height: Abnormally Tall - 1.15

Weight: 436 lb

Usual Garments/Armor: Dragor adorns the armor of the Bloodfury Legion, which is armor identical to that of the Hellscream's Reach, however it is in a red and black color theme.

In addition, he wears the helmet of his father as a sign of respect to his father and to the Warsong Clan, the helmet also being in the same color scheme as his armor. Finally, he wears a standard Hellscream's Reach Tabard to show his loyalty to the organization.

Other: N/A

Alignment: Lawful Neutral

Personality: Dragor has always grew up with the respect of his people. Willing to always make efforts with his fellow kinsmen, Dragor strides to uphold the honor of his people and of his clan to any and all. However, when it comes to war and the protection and success of the Horde, Dragor will do whatever it takes to achieve this victory on the field.

Though this may make him seem like a warmonger, Dragor remembers his sense of honor and dignity, and will carry out his business on the field in battle. Having a severe passion for his beloved Warsong Clan, Dragor will make sure any and all respect the Clan, and not disrespect it.

History:

Dragor was born to Dragak Bloodfury and Sahina Bloodfury of the Warsong Clan. As a youngling, Dragor was told the stories of Grom Hellscream, the legendary Chieftain of the Warsong Clan. Dragak was a soldier of the Warsong clan, and battled days on end for the protection of his family. This was before the Warsong clan was subjected to the interim camps of the humans, Dragor spending the first twelve years of his life as a prisoner to the humans.

For some odd reason, Dragor was abnormally large for his size as an Orcling, towering over the other orclings who he played with each passing day. This was due to the genetics of his father, his father being known as a large orc himself, being inherited by Dragor's genetic system. Though this was seen as an abnormality, Dragor used it as an advantage to force the bully orclings of the clan be seen as lesser to their victims.

Time passed, Dragor and his family emerging from the interim camps and making their home in Ashenvale. During a surprise attack upon an encampment that Dragor and his family resided, his mother, Sahina, was killed by the Night Elves. Though still young, Dragor took up the axe of a fallen clansmen, and mercilessly slayed the elves responsible for his mothers murder. Though he had his revenge, the blood would not fill the hole that had been torn in the young Orcs heart that day.

Years of mourning and fighting passed, and Dragor fought alongside his father against the elves in the Gulch, the pair showing the true meaning of the surname Bloodfury as their blades paved a bloodied and gruesome path through the Gulch. The two relished in their victories together, Dragak told his son that in time he would be worthy enough to serve chieftain of the Warsong.

Time passed on slowly but surely, and the Dark Portal had reopened. The Horde began recruiting as many soldiers as they could to brave the ruins of Outland. Dragak, knowing how Draenor was before coming to Azeroth, volunteered to serve from the Bloodfury family. Dragor was eager to serve alongside his father in this war, but Dragak refused, telling him that he would not risk the life of his son for a few mere moments on the battlefield.

Instead Dragor traveled to Orgrimmar and enlisted as a reserve in the Army. He trained vigorously each day, determined to earn his right to fight in Outland and be reunited with his father. His reunion however, was far unimaginable than what Dragor had thought. Instead of meeting his father to fight the demon scum, he was met with four grunts carrying a wooden board. On it was Captain Dragak Bloodfury of Thrallmar, killed in action during an Infernal shower upon the encampment.

Though the death of his mother deeply saddened the Orc, this was the only ever time anyone had seen Dragor shed tears. Ever. His role model, gone. His hope, gone. His will to fight, gone. Dragor began to revert to residing alone, straying far from any who tried to speak to him. That was before a new individual came upon the horizon. That was before the Son of Hellscream returned...

After the war on Outland, Dragor had rehabilitated himself, earning his place as a soldier within the Warsong Offensive during the beginning of the War against the Lich King. Dragor relished in the thought of serving the Son of Hellscream, the newly appointed chieftain of the Warsong Clan. Embarking on his crusade, Dragor made a promise to honor his mother and father in their names.

Years went on, Dragor laying waste to the undead hordes that stood between the Warsong Offensive and Icecrown. Assisting in many victories for the Horde, Dragor did his mother and father proud for his efforts. Helping to defeat a great evil in the world, Dragor returned with the Horde to Orgrimmar. He thought that he could return to Ashenvale to help his clan, however this was before the unforeseen return of the Destroyer.

With Garrosh being appointed Warcheif of the Horde, Dragor was determined to do his duty for Hellscream. Being known for his efforts in the previous war, Dragor was placed into the organization know as Hellscream's Reach. The Reach was placed onto the Island known as Tol'Barad, located off the coast of Gilneas.

During the battle of Farson Hold, the Horde suffered a severe loss. With the Horde Commander being slain, the Horde forces cowardly fled, Dragor attempting to urge his brethren to stand and fight. However, this came to no avail as himself, Ripdar of the Farwolf Clan and many others were captured.

The Alliance decided to use the soldiers as bait for the horrors that awaited in Farson Hold, a good few being torn to pieces by whatever lurked inside. Dragor and others braved the Keep, helping the Alliance against his own will. It was either help the Alliance, or be slaughtered like pigs.

Discovering the trio of horrors that lurked in the Keep, Dragor suffered a severe mental scar from an attack from the faceless of the trio. Fortunately, his efforts had earned the freedom of his imprisoned comrades, with the group of PoWs being lead back to the base by Bloodfury.

In the coming events, Dragor was commended for his efforts, and appointed Interim Commander of the Reach War band that would be going to war, normally consisting of around ten to twenty soldiers. On top of that, Dragor founded the Bloodfury Legion in honor of his father, using the Legion as a subsection of the Reach that would help with assaults to reclaim what was lost to the Alliance.

With these forces at his Command, Dragor has vowed to have revenge on the Alliance for the deaths of his comrades, and to tear the Island from their cold dead hands...
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Quote:In the coming events, Dragor was commended for his efforts, and appointed Interim Commander of the Reach War bands that would be going to war. On top of that, Dragor founded the Bloodfury Legion in honor of his father, using the Legion as a subsection of the Reach that would help with assaults to reclaim what was lost to the Alliance.

With these forces at his Command, Dragor has vowed to have revenge on the Alliance for the deaths of his comrades, and to tear the Island from their cold dead hands...

Before I address anything else, I'm going to ask that you establish how many people he is in command of as an interim commander of those war bands.
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Edited the post with the amount of people that normally player on the Horde side during Tol'Barad.
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Alright, I was just asking that question because depending on your answer, it could have been special profile material. However, that's if your character is leading a lot of people, and 10-20 isn't too much.

Quote:Hair: N/A

This isn't an optional section. If he's bald and has no hair, just say that he's bald.

Quote:Scale/Height: Abnormally Tall - 1.15

If your character is either abnormally tall or abnormally short, there needs to be something that explains this somewhere within the profile, due to it being abnormal. If it's something as simple as genetics or something more complicated, it needs to be mentioned.

My only qualm with the history is that at the age of 25, he would have spent around twelve years in the internment camps, from around the age of one until the age of thirteen. This is a very important chunk of his life, and it was spent in confinement. And since you've established that he's in the Warsong Clan, we already know that he would be in an internment camp. But still, I suggest giving acknowledgement to a sense of imprisonment having taken up twelve years of his early life (most of his childhood).

Quote:After having his mind scarred by the power of the faceless ones, Dragor can occasionally loose himself in the heat of battle.

'lose' is misspelled here.

Quote:During the battle of Farson Hold, the Horde suffered a severe loss.
Quote:The Alliance decided to use the soldiers as bait for the horrors that awaited in Farson Hold, a good few being torn to pieces by whatever lurked inside.

Warsong is misspelled and incompletely spelled in these two sentences.
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Sorry to be a bit of a Nazi Geoni, but the two quotes you highlighted at the bottom don't mention Warsong at all.... :L

Also, change the age so it is more realistic for him to be in the interim camp, and still serve some time fighting for the Warsong in Ashenvale.

Edited some changes, and justified his abnormal height and such.
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...Nevermind those! It was similar to the word Warsong, and so I thought it was a misspelling of the word, but there is indeed a Farson Hold in Tol Barad - a location whose existence slipped my mind.

Approved!

Wikified!
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