The Nerevarine, God-Killer, Grandmaster (and more, see factions)Race:
Nerevarine, House Hlaalu (Grandmaster), Imperial Legion (Knight of the Imperial Dragon), Mages Guild (Master Wizard), Morag Tong (Exalted Master), Imperial Cult (Theurgist), Blades (Operative), Ashlanders (Hearthfriend).Skills:
Master (Two-handed, Heavy Armour, Destruction, Conjuration), Expert (Speech, Enchantment, Blocking, Restoration), Adept (illusion, alteration, archery, smithing, one handed, lockpicking, light armour, pickpocketing, sneak, alchemy)Birthsign:
Imperial Legion Grandmaster suit (Lord's Mail, Templar helm, gloves, greaves & boots, enchanted to enhance his strength via Azura's Star), Nerevarine Tools (Wraightguard
), Moon and Star
, Artifacts: Volendrung
, Azura's StarPersonality:
The reincarnated Lord Indoril Nerevar now known as Thorin (at this point his name is usually said with one of his many titles) is a proud warrior who will meet any foe on the battlefield. One would however be a fool to mistake him for a simple brute, as an Exalted Master of the Morag Tong he has often used stealth and subterfuge to further his aims when direct force is not wise. He will always honour his word, but one should make sure that the deal they make with him is the deal they want. Although patient with most, he clearly has a great deal of wrath as can be seen by his slaying of both Vivec and Almelexia. He is also incredibly ambitious, as one would except from a Knight of the Imperial Legion, Master Wizard of the Mages Guild and Grand Master of House Hlaalu, all positions he occupied despite Morrowind's general dislike for foreigners.
He is also a merry maker, when not smiting foes with his hammer, he is often drinking the mead famous of his people or chasing his next lady conquest. Backstory:
Very little of Thorin's past his documented before his arrival to Morrowind, what is known is that after he did arrive the first thing he did was sign up to the Imperial Legion. His rise to power was nothing short of unseen in Morrowind's Legion. By the time he was discovered to be the Nerevar reborn, he had used his position in the Imperial Legion to curry sufficent favour to become a member of the Great House Hlaalu. The Dunmer were hesitant to trust him at first, but his talents could not be denied. When it was discovered that the Grandmaster of House Hlaalu was Lord Indoril Nerevar reborn there was little that could be done to stop him, even if his enemy count was growing daily. Regardless, he made his way into Vivec City and the temple of the God on Earth himself, Vivec whom he slew on the spot. Vivec's soul would then occupy a place in Azura's star until being relocated to his gauntlets.
With Vivec dead and Wraithguard stolen from his corpse Thorin sought out the last of the Dwemer, Yagrum Bagarn whom was able to activate and harmonize the ancient gauntlet. With wraithguard in hand, Thorin and some allies made an assault on the citadels 'Odrosal' and 'Vemynal' it was in those citadels that he retrieved the weapons Keening and Sunder. There was more to do before his final assault against Doguth Ur and it was then that Thorin became associated with the Mages Guild, the Morag Tong and the Imperial Cult. Eventually however with his power cultivated and his allies gathered Thorin finally made his assault on the Red Mountain, ended the threat of Doguth Ur and destroyed the Heart of Lorkhan.
With Vivec and Doguth Ur dealt with, Thorin made way to Solstheim to meet with Almelexia once again, although initially he aided her it was soon revealed she was utterly insane. Thorin put her soul in Azura's Star and she was soon occupying a position in his boots. Since then he had been cultivating his power in Morrowind and enjoying the benefits of it all.