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Madame Jezebel, White Court Exile and Queen of the Nightwalkers
Kosmas, (Self-Styled) Architect of the Endless Age; aka Councilman Konrad Masters
Character Concept: High Concept: Full-time Warden, Part-time Necromancer
Adam Crane was exposed to the terrifying power of necromancy when a Black Court Sorcerer used it to condemn his mentor to a slow death. While the magic appalled him, he also caught glimpses from the journals he was tasked to burn afterward of how just a little knowledge of that black art could be used to effortlessly rip apart zombies and theorized that similar necromantic techniques could be used for other "good" purposes. He has since made a detailed study of the art slowly and in secret, quickly becoming the White Council's prime authority on anti-necrotic techniques while knowing all the while that his Black Knowledge would at best place him under heavy suspicion and that, combined with the secrecy of his studies, he would likely be killed immediately if ever found out.
Trouble Aspect: Memories of Dark Power
The memento inherited from his master [which will be another aspect] opened a conduit to something dark in Adam's mind. Whether he draws on the knowledge or not, flashes and impressions of its past owners come unbidden with an odd coherency. They urge him to use both his power and knowledge freely (general magic, necromancy in particular, anything that will give him control over others) and without regard for consequences as well as to indulge in the cold comfort of retribution, not matter how small the slight. So far Adam has remained the master of his own mind, but sequestering the memento did not immediately stop the memories, and the knowledge and power it provides has proved far too useful to give up completely. It seems that the evil images will remain a fact of life for the young Warden.
“It's like everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head. Always. All the time. That story makes you what you are. We build ourselves out of that story.”
― Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind
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Currently I am interested in playing a Knight of the Cross or simply Holy warrior. I have two concepts in mind for this character.
1) A Knight of the Cross who has previously, but briefly, possessed a Denarian coin but did not accept the deal presented by the demon. He turned down the creature at the time and managed to defeat the Denarian, but the fallen Angel latched onto a doubt in his mind. The warrior is still haunted by the creature, whose image still occupies his mind and torments him with offers of assistance and power in an attempt to convince him to abandon his path and walk quite a different one.
2) A Knight of the Cross who has only recently accepted his mantle, after going through seminary school to become a Priest. He is a character with a dark past that has pushed him to be a hero and accepting that there are many paths that can be traveled but the road to hell is paved with the best intentions.
He was posted to assist at Church that was experiencing financial woes and was close to closing. As he searched for ways to save the church, the young Knight was introduced to a Bishop that offered to help and introduced him to criminals that wished to store drugs in the church basement but would pay for the opportunity. The young Knight accepted, knowing no other way to save the church. Weeks later, the church's priest discovered the stash and was killed by the criminals before he could go to the Priest and the young warrior returned to find the Priest dying and took his final confession.