General Information Edit
Full Name: Alenor Gavin Sunweaver
Rank in the Farstriders: Ranger-Lord
Age: 101 years
Weight: 160 lb.
Physical Description Edit
One might say that by his looks, he was roguishly handsome. His beard is overgrown by a few days, giving him a rugged look. His eyes solid and sure as he looks around, but not without an aura of compassion. Though many times, he comes off a touch goofy, despite his attempts to be and look intimidating.
To do this, he often wears his ominous, yet regal, pitch black and green armor, the symbol of the Farstriders and the rank insignia of that of a Ranger Lord pinned to his high collar.
He walks with confidence, as a man who is in command. He often has a sword strapped to his back, as well as the gun or bow of his choice strapped to his belt. When one pays attention, sometimes as his cloak flows behind him, a small hand-pistol can be seen tucked into the back of his belt.
From what can be seen, he is not a typical noble. He is often seen in the field, not even living within the safety of Silvermoon anymore, choosing a home in Eversong Woods instead. His hands are even callused and worn. When unclothed, scars of his closer calls with death can be seen across his body. Testiments to the work he has done for his people and his beliefs.
Early History Edit
Leaving Home Edit
As young men are prone to do, Alenor would rebel as a budding adult. The Dark Portal had just opened and Stormwind fallen. Alenor longed to prove himself amongst the Alliance to stave off the northern invasion that would come. After a heated arguement, Alenor fled from home, taking few items and setting off to the South, eventually finding himself in Boralus, the Capitol of Kul Tiras.
The Second War Edit
After short of a year of training, Alenor joined the Kul Tiras Navy as a sailor under his middle name and a made up last name, Gavin Sanyilma. Under this name, he served for the duration of the Second War in the Navy as a crewman and lookout, taking part in assault on the Orcish oil refineries in Grim Batol, as well as the grand Battle of Crestfall, in which he briefly took command of the ship on which he served when the captain of the ship was injured during battle.
At the close of the Second War, Alenor, as Gavin, settled in Kul Tiras as a citizen, and came to meet a blacksmith's daughter from Stratholme, Selith Steelshield. She was unlike any normal woman Alenor had met, strong, confident, beautiful, deadly with her weapons. Alenor was instantly smitten. Over the course of many years, Alenor courted the woman, and they eventually married as Gavin and Selith Sanyilma.
The Third War Edit
Unfortunately, this happiness was to be relatively short-lived. After living together in Kul Tiras for nearly 17 years, reports came to the Nation of Kul Tiras of the appearance of the Undead Scourge, and the destruction of Stratholme and Quel'Thalas by Arthas Menethil. After a long and tearful goodbye, Alenor and Selith parted ways, each heading to their own homeland. Alenor would never see Selith again.
Alenor returned to Quel'Thalas to find his home in ruin. Blacked and charred by the scourge. Thousand of Undead everywhere, he fought and trekked his way to his old village, Goldenmist. There he finally came upon his old home, and the half-eaten bodies of his parents. Tearfully, he burned the bodies so they would not rise as the others he had seen. After a day of rest in his old home, he continued north.
After several days travel, he came upon the ruins of Silvermoon and the survivors of the assault. There he reunited with his uncle, Lor'themar Theron, to reveal the unfortunate fate of his sister.
As Prince Kael'thas Sunstrider geared up to join the Alliance forces combatting the scourge, Alenor signed on as an Archer, fighting alongside the Prince until Garithos ordered Kael'thas's support forces to another location. Alenor was one of those moved. However, upon hearing of Kael'thas's inprisonment at Garithos' hands, he resigned from the Alliance forces and returned to Quel'Thalas.
The Sunwell Trilogy Edit
Once back in Quel'Thalas, Alenor took up service under his uncle as a Ranger, and joined the Farstriders at the rank of Lieutenant. He served directly under his uncle and Halduron Brightwing when, in the Ghostlands, Lor'themar's unit caught wind of the traitor, Dar'Khan Drathir's return to Quel'Thalas. After a short skirmish, they were forced to retreat. While falling back, they happened upon Kalecgos and his party, in pursuit of Dar'Khan as well. Together they were able to stop Dar'Khan's attempts to steal the Sunwell avatar, Anveena Teague's powers for his own. Alenor is one of the few people privy to the location of Anveena and Kalec, and it is unlikely that he will reveal this information to anyone, or that he even knows of it.
For the Horde Edit
Four years after the events of the Sunwell Trilogy, Quel'thalas joined the forces of the Undercity, and the Horde. With this change, Alenor was promoted to the rank of Captain amongst the Farstriders and and given the task of creating a Farstrider Expedition, that the Farstriders might have a claim to glory in fighting the Legion, not simply standing guard of Quel'thalas from trolls.
It was during this time he met the young rogue, Jesseira Odensiron. Through much trouble, the two eventually were married and together adopted a child, Lytendrah Ellorah Sunweaver, or just Ellorah. After some time, the couple parted ways.
With the shortage of troops after the third war, the Expedition was based solely on volunteer forces. Unfortunately, it fell to mere politics.
Cynadrion Caremyr, a noble and politician in Silvermoon, sought to reestablish the old Convocation and with it, some order in Quel'thalas. Due to Alenor's lineage amongst the Silvermoon nobility, he was asked, and hesitantly took a seat on the Council, hoping to bring his idealism to some fruition.
This had damaging repercussions on the Farstrider Expedition. Alarielle din'Tovrias, one of Alenor's Lieutenants, was also chosen for a seat in the Convocation, and as such, left the Farstriders for her own order. As business in the Convocation grew more important, the Farstrider Expedition was soon disbanded.
Out of Character Information Edit
- Assume Alenor is Roleplaying unless otherwise noted with Out of Character brackets, or a previous warning.
- Only general times Alenor is Out of Character by default is in Party Chat, or Raid Chat inside of a Dungeon.