Hayden grew up as the youngest son of a minor lord in the city of blah. His father was a corrupt, philandering official, more intent on spending his ill gotten bribe money than carrying out the Duke’s justice. Hayden’s two older brothers happily followed in their father’s footsteps, but Hayden found it distasteful.
Hayden found escape from his father’s household by visiting the temples and libraries that surrounded their home. More and more often as he grew up he felt drawn toward these houses of worship. Most especially he found the temple dedicated to Bahamut, the Platinum Dragon and patron of Justice.
He quietly slipped off when he came of age, his father and brothers long disinterested in his activities. He joined the Order of Platinum Knights as a lowly squire. Hard work and long hours were topped by dedicated study. He found his passion serving the needy and forging his body into a weapon of the Dragon King’s will.
He has an easy smile, a hearty laugh and a love for all Good creatures. He accepts and welcomes the company and teachings of all good gods, but his heart above and beyond all doubt belongs to the Dragon.
Hard work, devotion and a good nature has earned him the title of Paladin, and that’s where his journey begins…
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Railek was born and raised an only child to Luwin and Brienne of the Thunderforge clan. As a child, everyone saw him as mentally ill, due to the strange occurrences of talking to himself, lashing out at inappropriate times, or just giving off an eerie feeling, which was usually lead off by a fit of irrational fear, leaving much of the populace avoiding him. It wasn’t until he was well into his eighteenth year where his madness deepened and he became violent and speaking in tongues, that his illness was seen for what it truly was.
It took seven clerics ten days to exorcise the demon, and it left Railek tired and broken. A week’s time passed as he was kept in the temple under surveillance. During that time, he talked to the brothers and sisters of the faith about the power that had saved him from his tormentor for the past eighteen years. Intrigued, he began to return to the temple every day to pay homage to Moradin, and ask for his blessing.
Before long, Railek was part of the brotherhood. He showed an eagerness and aptitude for the teachings, and easily excelled at all that he did. Moradin had saved his life, and Railek intended to life the rest of it in his service, vowing that he would claim vengeance on the beast that had stolen eighteen years of his life.