Because Icky's sin is obvious- wrath- I'll take the other road and list off his main virtue: courage.
Let's face it- Ickariss is a friggin' coward. His girlish scream has been heard, time and time again. However, despite his fear.. he doesn't run. He's barreled into frightening situations time and time again, and despite his screaming and complaining- won't back down. If it's a tactical intelligence to retreat, sure, he's not gonna be stupid, but.. ain't no causing him to run from his fears, otherwise.
Most of the time, at least. He's still really uncomfortable around romance- but thanks to Monroe, can probably deal a little better.
Though Desrind is always the good soldier, following orders and the like, i'd have to say his sin would be Pride. He is a proud warrior of the Forsaken, not to mention the Horde, he has clawed through mounds of flesh and bone to get where he is this day and lets face it... it really has gone to his head. Though away from battle he can be an extremely generous and charming deader, when the time for combat strikes it has been known in the past that his fellow soldiers would have to drag him from a fight, even if the battle was lost he would still be seen disemboweling his enemies screaming "NO! IT ISN'T OVER!" so yes, his number one sin is Pride, Wrath closely following.
His Virtue, however, is Charity. Desrind will risk life, limb, and coin purse to see those around him happy, the best example was when he spent three thousand gold at the date auction on a young Sin'dorei woman with the secret goal of bringing Ickariss out of his shell and to conquer his fear of the opposite gender.
Xelth would gof or lust. Lust for knowledge and his undeadness gives him the ability to push away fears that make the mortals think twice before trying taboo knowledge. It is basic, but it is the only reason why he got a felhunter smelling ability to begin with. Now he si a creeper on magic user elves.
Garinder is probably sloth. She's never really around when you need her, does all sorts of silly monkish things, and doesn't really care for the religions or ways of the Forsaken. She's not usually someone you can count on in a crisis.
Martrake's sin would be Pride, he may not talk about it much, (granted he has as far you all are concerned, but you guys just met him) don't ask Martrake about a mission he did in Northrend, you'll never hear him shut up. Martrake misses the place simply for his, as he liked to call it, "murderous freedoms," because he was able to kill someone on the job list, and a few others along the way. Don't ask Martrake his kill count, either, he actually knows. Martrake essentially takes pride in his work and killing is his living.
Martrake's Virtue would be Diligence. When you ask Martrake to do a job, he will get that job done. He may put himself, and others, in harms way to appease a vendetta against someone involved in the job, but you can be damned sure that job will be done. One of his many sayings includes: "If you don't like your employer, don't take the job. If you don't like who your employer wants dead, it's an easy job. If your employer wants someone dead that's slightly involved with someone you want dead, two birds one stone. And don't forget to charge the 'civilian casualty' fee."
I think Serata's Virtue, given the list Martrake posted, is Diligence. Once set to a task, she will finish it. Her driving purpose in life is generally making herself useful to other people, so she will go out of her way to finish a thing she tells them she is going to do for them. It also applies to the original version of this I'd done on tumblr, where I had her typed as Faith from Bansh's list, as Diligence also carries into steadfastness and zealous adherence to principles and faith, which she has in spades. Little to no memory of her life before the bludgeonings, but she has plenty of zealous faith behavior now.
I'm not sure what her sin would be; it's harder for me to type based on her non-typical reactions to emotions. Oddly, if I drag in the Orthodox Christianity eighth sin, it fits best - Despair. Prone to contemplative runs that push her towards what basically consists of a combination of fear she'll never understand things again and knowing that she's not really accepted by anyone anywhere, Serata would be in despair more frequently if it weren't for her diligence snapping her back to reality.
Serata: I am desperately stalling and trying to find something to do with myself at work. Posted a bunch of stuff about Sherbourne so y'all know who she is and what she looks like...and I still have 4 1/2 hours left before I can go home and play again. T_T
Aug 31, 2016 6:28:52 GMT
Banshih: Yay for stalling? Yay for rp campaign starting soon!
Sept 12, 2016 23:04:21 GMT
Banshih: Thanks for another great Dance Of The Dead!
Oct 27, 2016 12:23:26 GMT