The Tapestry of Fate
Paladin with an anger problem
Eran, an Aasimar, is a Cleric of Illmater and father to Aiden
Nizha, a Tiefling, is a Sorceress with a Devil Bloodline and mother to Aiden
- Evil actions in my presence are as a gauntlet laid down in challenge. I shall pick up the gauge and stand tall in my defiance of the foul. Those curs who seek to entrap me thus will find that as the one challenged, it is I who select the weapons. They may not be to their liking, but they will be honorable ones.
- Those that have wronged the innocent will feel my god’s wrath made manifest in me. They will find no succor in shadow, no safety in numbers, and no fortress in power that I will not eventually overcome. I do not hunt foolishly, but nor do I abandon the trail.
- Duties laid upon me in the cause of the right are not chains, but rather chances to prove my worth, and joys to occupy the heart. Be it with quiet dignity or loud praise, I shall fulfill them.
- Should I share my heart with another mortal, my love’s honor shall be as my own, below only Ragethiel’s calling. As my spirit belongs only to Ratathiel, so will I share of the flesh only with my love.
- Should someone cry quarter but be already sentenced to death, I shall inform them of their upcoming execution so they may better prepare themselves when I strike. Should the judgment not yet be final, I will stay my hand until I know whether it is right to cut the thread holding the sword of right over them or to extend my hand and lift them up as an innocent.
- A good name means much, but it is by actions that I shall truly judge a stranger’s worth. A beggar may rise to help against evil where a king might back into the shadows, in such cases, it is the beggar I call brother.