Roll Call 8/8: Justice, Duty, Peace – The Journey of a Jedi Hero

“I only fail when fear controls me,”                                              

Name: Auryyn Storm

Species: Human

Alias/Titles: Hero of Tython, Jedi Battlemaster

The Outlander

Class: Jedi Knight-Guardian

Home Planet: Eufornis Major

Alignment: Light

Age: 21

Eyes: Brown

Hair: Black

Marital Status: Single*

Relatives: August Storm (Brother), Auurora Storm (Mother, deceased), Ehrenn (Father, deceased)

Distinctive features: Has a scar through her right eye – gained as she escaped her home

Auryyn’s force sensitivity became apparent at a very early age; something that did not come as a surprise to her force-sensitive parents, who, as a result of their own experiences with the SIS, elected to keep her at home until she was old enough to decide for herself whether she wanted to seek training with the Jedi or other organisations. The young heiress had a happy childhood surrounded by those she loved, including her older brother August who she was inseparable from. Her father Ehrenn doted on her more than anyone, to which her mother Auurora would often turn a blind eye, aware that she was similar with regards to August.

Auryyn would play amongst the servants of the house and considered them her closest friends, ignoring objections from August who disapproved of her keeping such company. Despite her kind-heartedness and good nature, Auryyn could be stubborn and prone to fits of rage, with her rebellious streak often getting her and others around her into trouble – but she would always be the first to own up to her actions. Even at a young age, Auryyn was bold and brave, unafraid to speak her mind and stand up for what she felt was right and she encouraged her parents’ philanthropic ventures.

It was at one of these events that Auryyn’s life was changed forever. Her mother’s sister Aureylya had come to visit, with the intention to take Auryyn back to Naboo with her to stay for a while – but Auryyn never got the chance when her parents’ former SIS squad mates arrived uninvited and attacked her parents. Auryyn initially refused to leave, but Aureylya, with the help of the servants, managed to smuggle the two of them out undetected via the use of their quarters. Distraught, Auryyn tried desperately to get back inside the building to be with her parents and to find her brother but in doing so got separated from her Aunt. In all of the confusion and the crowds of people trying to get away, Auryyn ended up lost and alone on the streets. She tried telling people who she was, attempting to obtain a way of safe passage to Naboo so she could find her Aunt, but as a young girl she found it difficult to get people to believe her. Despite her privileged upbringing, she was able to take care of herself well enough to survive until she was taken in by a local orphanage. She didn’t remain there long, however, as a few months after her arrival two Jedi Masters came to visit her to discuss her potential future with the Jedi order – and she accepted.

Auryyn’s strong belief in justice, good and helping others made her a great student – she excelled in her physical training, and despite struggling with more academic pursuits, she persevered. Despite missing her family terribly, Auryyn refused to let their loss consume her- she is unaware that he brother still lives and, in keeping with the Jedi code, has not sought to make contact with him regardless.

Tomorrow’s Notes:

Auryyn is based on my Dungeons and Dragons Paladin character and is my main. She’s was my very first character (back when I played on my little overheating-prone laptop!) and is always the first character that I do things with – she was my first Outlander for KOTFE and she was followed by Azkedellia *months* later. She’s definitely my favourite, and that goes without saying (though I just did) and I found her the most difficult to write. She appears as though she’s a typical hero, but she’s far from perfect, which is what makes her a joy to play. She’s flawed – I’ve noticed more and more that she has quite the ego, once remarking to an NPC that they didn’t “need an army, you just need me” and I think it’s brilliant, not to mention hilarious. She also has little to no sense of humour, yet sometimes I’ll pick the humorous conversation option. Why? Because sometimes it reflects just how she thinks. When reuniting with Lana in KOTFE, she asked if she and Koth were a thing – not to be funny, but because she GENUINELY wanted to know, and because that question popped into her head, she said it. She’s a character that doesn’t necessarily think before speaking or acting most of the time, meaning she can come across simultaneously as brash and naïve.

*For a very long time she was the only one of my toons without a love interest (in game or not, i.e, Threlf’all and Aquerple). I didn’t feel like any of the companions were a good fit for her – but when she re-united with Captain Cantarus during the Ilum story arc, something clicked, and I’ve kind of been rolling with that – there’s chemistry there.

I’m interested to see where the KOTFE story line takes her as a character. So far, she’s been able to stick to being good, but it’s getting more difficult…

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s