Name: Jax (Croix) Aran.
Weapon: Steel Axe
Other items: Vulnery x2
Appearance: Here (Except, with an axe. Ironic :p )
(A text description will be done later, since I like having one as well.)
Bio: Born to skilled soldiers in Lancor, Croix was enraptured by stories his parents told of Lancor heroes, and victorious wars, as well as his families own prestige in battle. As he grew, the fascination dimmed slightly, but he always remained fascinated by his countries military prowess. He decided to become a soldier, training himself for it from an early age, playing with other children and doing his best to win, taking the competition as a test of his own drive and spirit. He grew nicely and handsomely, and by the time he was seventeen, he was old enough to serve in the Lancor military. A skilled warrior as soon as he began training, he took learning how to fight as a competition again, hoping to become skilled enough to become a Lancorian hero... Unfortunately, there were no wars for him to fight, so after three years of sitting mostly idly and only dealing with bandits or highwaymen, Croix decided to leave.
That is, until Lancor declared war on Soravel. He was recruited yet again, being an able bodied soldier who had previously served in the military, the military was eager to have him serve again... And while slightly confused by the sudden war, perhaps Soravel had done something? he was part of the military as it advanced on to Soravels capital, working as a soldier. It wasn't his duty to ask questions, and it wasn't the duty of his commanders to tell him why he was fighting; but he still felt as if this war was one his country shouldn't be fighting. That uneasiness came to a climax once his unit reached Soravels capital, and helped with the assault. What he saw going on upset him... Soldiers weren't just fighting enemy soldiers, but civilians as well. Men, women, Children, he saw all of them fall to the swords, spears, and arrows of his fellow countrymen.
That wasn't what being a hero meant, that wasn't right. Lancor wouldn't normally allow it to happen, right? Something was wrong, and it made him feel ill. He abandoned his unit, fleeing the city, and fleeing from his own nation. Something more had to be happening, and Soravel couldn't have deserved such a massacre. he needed to find out the truth, and ensure Soravel wouldn't be annihilated. If that meant abandoning his dreams of being a hero to Lancor, and serving the enemy... So be it. Certainly there had to be others who felt similar. Taking up the fake name of 'Jax', and abandoning most ties to his country, Croix began to look for others who could help him learn what was really going on.
Other notes: Croix is his real name, 'Jax' being a name he'll be using to cover his identity, given he'll be a wanted man from the Lancor army for being a deserter.
Whew! Hope thats not too much, and hopefully its good enough! I figure the cliche 'Turncoat' character is usually available in Fire emblem. Why not play it?