Davit de'Veran


Davit de'Veran
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Title Prince
Race Man
Nationality Kingdom of Veran
Social status Noble
Other Player Character

Beliefs

Leadership

  • Throughout my entire life I have been led by others—-but no longer: I shall prove to everyone that I am capable of leadership. Leadership facet: Generosity (I shall distribute my generous contribution of daily necessities, throughout the village to prove to Dr. Mattau that he is not the only one who cares for the lives of Veran's people.)
  • The people of Hochen no doubt see me as representative of a looming iron fist, but I shall show them that the path of proper rulership depends on a forgiving nature. As judge over their trials, I will ensure that both Elena and the peasant family are spared suffering.

The sorcerer Elena

  • The sorcerer selected for this mission, Miss Elena Dragoslava, is the youngest spell-caster I have ever known, and thus might prove useful to me in the decades to come. (I hear the fearful cries of 'Witch' ring throughout Hochen. I must make sure that Elena uses her magic to demonstrate that official Veran spellcasters are trained to serve the people, not terrorize them.)

Finding Love

  • God tells me that marriage is sacred because it binds together the souls of two people who truly love each other, but I love my betrothed Veronica not. (I shall officiate a proper coming-of-age ceremony in the village of Hochen as a way to scan for any young maidens who might be "gems in the rough".)
  • (I must consult with my advisers to take the necessary steps regarding Lady Veronica, so that I will be free to pursue Miss Elena's hand in marriage.) —- My blindness is a punishment for gazing upon the naked body of an unmarried woman. I can only atone for the sin of sullying Elena's purity if I properly make her my wife. [Romance Quest]

Faith in Hochen

  • The bitter wojt Marten refuses to accept Tudom out of a mistaken belief that Hochen will be forgotten once I leave it's grounds. Through my actions, Tudom's blessing will permanently protect this village. But first I must rebuild his dilapidated shrine. Perhaps the merchant Nomas could be convinced to assist me in my efforts…

Blindness

  • (I shall place my recovery in the hands of the well-intendingif unnervingDr. Mattau.) —-Atonement may not be enough to restore my eyesight, so I must turn to alternative means if I wish to one day gaze upon the beautiful face of my wife-to-be.

The ghost

  • (I shall investigate Madame Vera's cottage for signs of malevolent spirits, sending any I find to rest with Tudom for all eternity.) Through my actions, Tudom's blessing will permanently protect this village.—- [Religion Quest]

Notable items and other possessions

Incidents

Secret stuff

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