Titles: Divine Crusader
Factions: Knights of the Nine(Divine Crusader), Blades(Knight-sister), Fighters Guild(Guardian), Mages Guild(Battlemage)
Skills: Master (One handed, Shield, Restoration, Heavy Armor), Expert (Archery, Persuasion, Destruction, Speech), Adept (Sneak, Smithing, Alteration, Illusion, Two-handed, Light Armor)
Birthsign: The Lady
Equipment: Armor of the Crusader(Helm, greaves, gauntlets and cuirass)
Artifacts: Sword of the Crusader, Shield of the Crusader
Personality: Devout, merciful, courageous, determined, loyal, fierce, cautious.
Backstory: Born and raised in the city of Bruma, Ruvena learned the arts of fighting from a younger age. She was quick and agile and preferred to lose her days in the snow capped peaks and ridges around Bruma, fighting whatever she fancied mimiced tress that particular day, instead of attending to chores or other duties. When she was of age, she wasted little time before joining the Bruma City Guard and later on, the Fighters Guild, proving herself equally capable of protecting and completing contracts, often times doing both at once. Soon her ferocity in battle even attracted the attention of the occupants of Cloud Ruler Temple, though it was many years before the potential for joining the Blades presented itself. Many years after joining the Bruma guard, Ruvena proved herself, this time more widely so, when she and several other guards narrowly managed to save a caravan carrying Ebel Septim, youngest son of Emperor Uriel Septim, from an ambush of bandits. Of her fellow guards, only Ruvena survived, though was suitably wounded in the battle to be rewarded. As a result, she was inducted into the Blades some weeks after her recovery.
Her welcoming was quick, as she had more than a few new duties dropped into her lap. Despite the efforts of others, only a year later, the Mythic Dawn murdered the Emperor and all of his sons, and Ruvena travelled west of the Imperial City, in disguise, to try and find out more about who had done it. Others were spread out among the empire, seeking answers, and on the western coast of Cyrodiil, in the streets of Anvil, Ruvena found her own answers. As she slept, harrowing nightmares plagued her, of fire and death and terrible darkness. When she awoke, she learned that through the night, someone attacked the Chapel of Dibella in Anvil, murdering everyone inside. Investigating further, and meeting a mad prophet speaking of the end of the world, Ruvena grew more than curious. He spoke to her of Umaril the Unfeathered and his quest to destroy the Divines, of Pelinal Whitestrake, the Divine Crusader.
Her duties were to investigate those behind the murder of the late emperor, yet hearing of all that had happened on her travel from the Imperial City, including the attack on Kvatch, she felt the affairs of the empire were well and out of her hands. Travelling from Anvil to Skingrad, following the advice of the prophet in Anvil, Ruvena set out to track down the wayshrines of the Nine Divines. For nine weeks she scoured the countryside of Cyrodiil, travelling from one end of the province to the other, finding wayshrines along the way and proving herself worthy of blessing. She also took on jobs from the Fighters Guild, and occasionally received cryptic orders from the Blades, tasked to find information on the cult responsible for unleashing the crisis of Oblivion on Cyrodiil, the Mythic Dawn. Ruvena managed to find and pray at a wayshrine for each of the Divines, and shortly after her last prayer, she received a vision from the Divine Crusader, Pelinal Whitestrake.
With her path set before her, Ruvena went out in search of the Crusaders relics, starting with the helm. Despite the crisis strangling the province, Ruvena moved quickly, recapturing the Priory of the Nine and assembling willing Knights through her travels as she gathered all the relics, eventually culminating in the prophet meeting her at the Priory of the Nine and Ruvena receiving the Blessing of Talos and soon, launching an assault on Garlas Malatar, the ruins in which Umaril had chosen to hide. Despite fighting bravely and hard, the Aurorans which served Umaril seemed infinite in number, though Ruvena pushed forward, confronting Umaril himself in the seat of his power, and slaying him, both in the physical and spiritual forms, thus ending his quest to destroy the Nine Divines. Ruvena later awoke at the Priory of the Nine, to the cheer of the surviving knights.
As above, I too can switch factions/nations should the need arise, should no one else wish to be the Dragonborn.