I'll do this cause why not. Been meaning to connect with Furor more on both a personal and writer level anyways. Also, Furor needs more depth and quirks :PI'll probably do another one of these later down the line when he's either a knight/master, once I have a better feel for him as a character.
Depth: Furor sees the galaxy as it is, not as how he would like it to be. He recognizes the cruelties of life, the pains, the suffering, afflictions. Yet he doesn't know the joys of life, the pleasures, happiness. No fault of his own. He grew up among an abusive household, making him rely on himself for most things along with having a deep-hated hatred for war-mongers and power-hungry fanatics, just people who want to watch the galaxy burn. You could say, on the surface, Furor plays the character of a happy and sarcastic youth in the joyful times of his life, oftentimes being passive. Take off his false character, and what do you get? A young-man who's angry at the galaxy, at what it's become. He doesn't wish to kill, to inflict pain on others...though it's a necessity of life. He doesn't want to be the abusive, alcoholic, war-mongering, fanatical man his father was. Yet he had pitfalls where he see's his father in himself, through his anger and rage, his need for vengeance along with his need to make the galaxy a 'better' and 'safer' place, no matter the cost.
Struggle: Furor doesn't know what his place is in the galaxy. He doesn't know who to be, who to strive to become, what his purpose is. This leads him to fall down a pit, from which he tries to escape. One of confusion, conflict, and anger. Furor wants things in life, a family, children, a place to call home, peace amongst the galaxy. Though deep down, he knows these things are not possible for him. He's met people, two in fact, both of which he wants in his life though he can't. One's a FO spy, the other a conflicted jedi knight. He's fallen for both, but he knows he can't...he shouldn't. The sith code binds him, the sith empire binds him...he's his own worst enemy. He wishes he could break free of the chains of the sith, though at the same time he wants to stay. The sith empire had been the only place he had ever called home, the place where he belonged. He would leave at times if he could, though he knows he shouldn't.
Quirks: Furor...well he's socially awkward, a lot. He's not overly good at social situations, especially involving those of the opposite gender. He's met few of them, and talked to even fewer making him rather hesitant about interacting with them at all....Ya that's it, at least right now
Drives: A sense to belong, a sense to be who he wants to be...whoever that person is deep down. Furor wants to find himself, who he had to be...who he wants to be. He doesn't know his place in the great scope of the entire galaxy, though he hopes to find it. He doesn't want to be another nameless soldier or dead sith in someone's personal history book. He hopes to make an impact in life, no matter how small. He wants to be a somebody, even if it's only to one person. He needs a place to belong, to fit it. He had never had that on Crait, yet among the sith he feels like he is home amongst friends...though not entirely. Furor still feels as though something is missing, though he doesn't know what said thing is.
Themes: A sense of belonging, freedom, the ability to choose his own destiny, vengeance, silence in the face of opposition.
Edited by Furor Dragoon, 23 December 2017 - 04:25 PM.