Also know as Arch, more commonly known as anyway, never going by his first and slightly embarrassing full name. An elf rogue with a past he was a slave and his family was separated when he was young. Also when he was young the mage of his master’s court suggested that perhaps since Arch was a little flighty at the time, that he should brand him. And so he did, Arch, like any other piece of cattle has a mark on his lower back, an XII forever burnt into him. The mage, who hated Arch with all his unholy abilities then suggested something that Arch will never forget, a melding tattoo. A tattoo that goes all over your body, involving detailed work. Arch had never felt as much pain as that night and the next day. It wouldn’t be bad if it wasn’t for the fact it felt like being incased in cherry red armor. Over the next 20 years of his life he learned how to use it, to hide his advange they would turn into common tribal tattoos or animals, his favorite a silhouette of an owl on his temple, forests in tribal form all over his legs and arms and on his chest. After a couple years he managed to escape after killing the mage who had tortured him throughout the years. He then was on the road, he went into a bar and was called over by a woman and appeared at a port. He became a member of the Bad Moon since then, he has a hatred of mages.
One mage he can’t seem to get out of his head is Theodore Michaels, a mage that helped him when he was too injured at work to stay on board so he was let off. He lived with Theo for awhile, once Arch found out that Theo was gay he stayed away from him, since he’s a homophobe. Soon enough they got into a real argument and one thing let to another which led to them spending the night together. Soon after this Arch left Theo completely confused and disgusted with himself. however Arch couldn’t leave Theo alone for too long, months after he had gotten a job, and was actually well off, but something bothered him… Theo, he walked the streets for hours until he decided he needed Theo and went to his place to beg for forgiveness. Too which Theo accepted.