TWOT: The Fourth Age
Name: King Tynan Quidel Mitsobar
Hair: Glossy black, shoulder length hair.
Eyes: Black, with a very lively sharp look to them
Other physical attributes (include style of dress, build, etc.): Very slender, but has well-defined muscles. Olive skinned. Dresses in well made coats one would expect a king to wear, usually in black, navy blue, or forest green.
Gifts (channeling, wolfkin, etc.): None.
Personality: Soft spoken but friendly. When around people with whom he feels comfortable, he has a tendency to become rather uninhibited. Like most Ebou Dari, he loves to drink and celebrate life. He also enjoys fighting, though he gets to do very little of it now that he’s king. But, more than anything, he loves women.
History: Tynan inherited the throne from his father at the young age of nineteen. He took a wife shortly after that and she provided him with two sons and a daughter in less than five years. Unfortunately, his wife died giving birth to his youngest child, his daughter. Losing her hurt him greatly, but he managed to get past the loss and get on with his life. When asked, he claims that he may one day again take a wife. Right now, however, he satisfies his desires with lovers.
Tynan loves his children immensely and is quite indulgent with them, especially his daughter. After his wife passed away, he hired a grandmotherly type to help him see about the three children.
The people of Altara adore Tynan, as well as his tendency to have constant celebrations in the city of Ebou Dar. He has a good relationship with the Black Tower, but has no use for anyone at the White Tower.
Weapons (swords, knives, etc.): A heron marked sword (though no one knows where it came from since those are a rarity); two daggers, and several small throwing knives
Organization/affiliation/status/light or Darkfriend: His full title is King Tynan Quidel Mitsobar, by the Grace of the Light, King of Altara, Master of the Four Winds, Guardian of the Sea of Storms, High Seat of House Mitsobar
Skills (hunting/tracking, blademaster, etc.): Blademaster; master at fighting with daggers; master of unarmed combat; above average hunting/tracking abilities.
Family: Two younger brothers, two sons and a daughter