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Asurael

Character Info
Name: Asurael
Age: Unknown
Alignment: CN
Race: Avatar of Pride
Gender: Male
Class: Wandering Fighter
Silver: 356
The scorching sun had set over the desert horizon and the gates to the city collapsed. The city’s guard mobilized hastily with one clear objective in mind: Prevent the invaders from entering deeper into the city. As the bandits poured in, the guards quickly formed a phalanx formation, the archers provided aerial support. The bandits, on the other hand, were poorly coordinated, but well armed, equipped with siege engines and beasts, they rained boulders down upon the desert city, and the beasts to provide more ground support.

Asurael, wanting to partake in battle, tore through the enemy lines and used his strength to destroy the trebuchets, the siege engines collapsed onto the wall and buildings, leveling them all causing casualties of innocent lives and allowing the invaders more openings to enter in from, soon after, the invaders would corner the remaining forces, unable to call for support. Asurael, under the effect of his sin of Pride, was blind to the destruction and death he caused as well as unknowingly giving the enemy an advantage. 

With the loss of the siege engines, all that remained were the ground forces, which were still plentiful and able to overwhelm the guards. He remained in his prideful state, blindly killing anyone who dared raise a sword against him, oblivious to the fact that he has angered some who shouldn’t be angered.
Asurael, wanting to partake in battle, tore through the enemy lines and destroyed the trebuchets, trebuchets collapsed onto the wall and buildings, levelling them all, and causing casualties and giving the invaders more areas to enter in from, soon after, the invaders would corner the remaining guard, unable to call for support. Asurael, under the effect of his sin of Pride, was blind to the destruction and death he caused as well as giving the enemy an advantage.Asurael, caught in the moment, continued his battles, killing anyone who dared lift a sword against him. Oblivious to the fact that the casualties and collateral damage he caused angered someone he shouldn’t anger at all.

"No gods, nor kings."

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