The Dual Throne
Son to Harmony Sadar, a women well known amongst her village and her son’s orc kin. Harmony, Vale’s mother, once sacraficed her very own life to show her love for the son and man she loved in hopes that her son’s orc kin would spare his life.
Harmony’s sacrafice was successful. Vale’s kin allowed him to live with his orc father Rakdeth Bludrender. Rakdeth desperatly tried to provide his son with a normal life but to no avail. Vale was tormented by the glares of the villagers and the scoffs of those his on age.
Stricken ill with madness due to his depression over his love and the failure of providing his son with a happy life, he attacked the elders of his village and found his fate the same that of his love.
Vale, tired of his up bringing and fearing for his life, ran from the village. He ran to the mountains where the draconic people lived. He did this in hopes that some how there he would find a way to win his way back into the village through strength and courage.
The draconic people, impressed with his courage, allowed him to live each time he attacked a scouting party, only leaving him permanently scared each time. However, one day the scouting party grew weary of his efforts. They decided to put an end to the boy, but an unlikley person happen to be passing by.
A monk by the name of Seve Thil happen to notice the Draconic party relentlessly beating the young half-orc boy. Moving out of reflex Thil made quick work of the party. He then began to examine the helpless child. Bald, burned, ripped ears, and a variety of other scars littered the young mans body, but some how his bald head resembled that of a monk to Thil. Seve Thil, a monk known for his unatural sense of perception and discerment, decided to learn from the experience and take the boy in and train him at a monk monestary.
Now, through years of training with the monks, Vale Sadar walks into the next chapter of his life living by the meaning of his name and the teachings of his master. “Everything excepted, but keep an open mind”.