Deliver Us To Evil
He was a military fighter until he killed his commanding officer for raping a woman and making her son watch. He will kill those who pose a challenge to him in terms of strength and those who are weaker he assumes will fall to the side or serve as his pawns in an effort to manipulate and control the battlefield he has fought on all too often. He is not above killing though he is reluctant to do so as he watched his family die at the hands of a purist, hence his disdain for those who discriminate against him and others for an uncontrollable factor that puts them at a disadvantage in life. Though others may not necessarily obey him he knows that as long as the battle is won, the in-fighting is irrelevant. Those who respect him will gain trust and as a result, will gain his strength and favor on the battlefield. Pyrrhic victories aren’t something he wants to experience as this cripples his efforts to control a battlefield. He will serve as a wartime leader or lead during conflict but will relinquish the role when persuasion, deception, and trivial disputes are left in more capable hands. He will not kill the innocent, women, or children. He believes that no matter the situation, there is always a chance to attain redemption or salvation. He likes to have peons and pawns on the battlefield, but prefers the company of free willed and free spirited fighters. He will use those who are of use to him in combat, but will not belittle them for their lack of experience or intelligence afterwards as he believes there will always be someone stronger than another in terms of strength, intelligence, charisma, or wisdom. He hopes one day to reign over a legion of warriors who follow their hearts rather than a money trail as loyalty will always mean more to him than those whose hearts are guided by avarice. He oftentimes will snap and act with less care when one holds themselves above him or another respected warrior. Wishes to one day find the God of strength and challenge him for his throne and influence over the realms and, more importantly, war itself.