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A great enemy from a younger and more mystical [[Brant]].  He is neither man nor god, but a strange blackness of spirit.  He resembles homo sapiens, but few who have seen him would describe him as such.  He is the worst of malice, avarice and acetia combined.
 
A great enemy from a younger and more mystical [[Brant]].  He is neither man nor god, but a strange blackness of spirit.  He resembles homo sapiens, but few who have seen him would describe him as such.  He is the worst of malice, avarice and acetia combined.
  
By the rape of a kind and beautiful [[woman|The Lady]], he begot four [[Laucopids | children]].  Taught kindness and courage by their mother, the four children rose up and sealed Vear into the eternal void.  Brant is better off without him.
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By the rape of a kind and beautiful [[The Lady|woman]], he begot four [[Laucopids | children]].  Taught kindness and courage by their mother, the four children rose up and sealed Vear into the eternal void.  Brant is better off without him.
  
 
== Wants ==
 
== Wants ==
  
 
*WANT: To reclaim the world.
 
*WANT: To reclaim the world.

Latest revision as of 03:21, 28 December 2006

A great enemy from a younger and more mystical Brant. He is neither man nor god, but a strange blackness of spirit. He resembles homo sapiens, but few who have seen him would describe him as such. He is the worst of malice, avarice and acetia combined.

By the rape of a kind and beautiful woman, he begot four children. Taught kindness and courage by their mother, the four children rose up and sealed Vear into the eternal void. Brant is better off without him.

Wants

  • WANT: To reclaim the world.