Cole of Anvard, Archenland || Son of Adam/Wood God || 25 || FC: Hiro Mizushima || OPEN
…I offer the King myself. Nothing less.
Cole is the twin brother to Colin, and fought along side his brother, Tran, Dar, Darrin, and Shar in the Battle of Anvard. Displaying unflinching loyalty in the face of death (and spent a good portion of his life learning many offensive techniques) he has gained many honorable titles in the Archanland military. He’s saved the lives of many on the battlefield (due to his receptive nature) regardless of their rank, so he also became King Lune’s right-hand protector. He cares greatly for King Lune’s safety and won’t hesitate to sacrifice himself for his lord’s well being. Caring little for personal gain and possessing an indomitable presence, his lord admires his bravery in return, which further deepens their comradely bonds. It is just the same with Colin. Shar, Tran, Dar and Darrin.
Despite his many achievements, he keeps quiet about them. He has always, even as a young child, been more of a show than a tell kind of guy. He’s good, and he knows it; he feels that is enough. Solid, he’s never taken up into the extremes of emotion. While others are in heated argument, he sits to the side, most likely with a glass of wine, speaking only when specifically spoken to. He only talks when necessary and roughly mumbles one liners. Calm he may be and a seemingly mute warrior, he is strangely merciless only to his foes, namely all who oppose his king and friends. His hard-to-approach and taciturn demeanor (along his numerous and mysterious body-scars), belie a sincerely generous man of Archenland.
Dar of Anvard, Archenland || Son of Adam || 25 || FC: Michael Hudson || OPEN
Corin is gone? Again? And Cor… Aravis… Darrin, too? Why are they always… I’ll go get them. Leave those papers at my desk—I’ll tend to them once I’ve returned.
Simply from a first glance, one can tell Dar is acquainted with just about everyone. Once a meticulous and studious child, Dar is now reputed as a man of reason and responsibility. He is known to oversee various paperwork pertaining to foreign affairs along with protecting—and fetching—the twin Princes of Archenland, and, much to his younger brother’s irritation, Darrin. Whether it’s cleaning his desk or deciding how to approach complaints to the kingdom of Archenland, Dar is determined to execute all the tasks given to him to the best of his ability so that he may live up to his father’s reputation as lord.
There is another side to this straightforward man: as much as he doesn’t want to acknowledge it, he’s envious of Darrin’s freedom. He is aware that he has “overshadowed” his own brother and in spite of Darrin’s envy of him, Dar prefers Darrin’s place where responsibility doesn’t seem as heavy. He is also aware that they have grown apart over the years and yearns for reconciliation, but the method seems to always elude him (or, most of the time, his plans backfire into arguments). In truth, this man is not all that amicable. Although he puts up a façade for the public, he is frequently irritated by indolence and halfhearted actions, and he constantly rants about them to his close friends. Because of his errands, he is usually seen indoors, but he prefers being outside, especially around plants. Whenever he‘s not searching for princes, spending time with his friends, or lamenting on how to talk to Darrin, he is frequently seen visiting the gardens.
Though not much of a fighter, he fought alongside Tran, Shar, Cole, Colin, and Darrin against Rabadash in the Battle of Anvard.
Oh, who cares what they think?
Ever since he could remember, Darrin has always been second to Dar, his older brother. Dar always had more intelligence, more connections, more achievements, more recognition. More, more, more. It was because of this that Darrin stopped trying and begun to only give anything half of his attention and effort. To him, there was no point anymore in working his hardest if no one was going to notice. He told himself he shouldn’t care from then on.
But he does. When compared to others, like his sociable brother, Darrin is genuinely empathetic and considerate with enough patience to tutor rowdy schoolchildren, which he found himself doing more frequently for something he started to do out of a whim. In fact, that’s what Darrin really gravitates toward: helping others. He enjoys the feeling of being relied on, of being part of something that could lead to a great, better change. With the help of his boundless amount of stamina, he wants to do everything. There is really no doubt that he strives for a larger purpose whenever he speak about his ideas for the future—it is then that Darrin is truly expressive, energetic, and ecstatic to the point that he exposes his recklessness.
However, Darrin confine himself in lesser work. He skips meetings, prefers to fool around with his friends, especially Shar, and feigns disinterest in the world. But no matter where he goes and what he does, much to his irritation, Dar always seem to find him and bring him back to work. Still, without a voiced reason or careful consideration, Darrin joined the Archenlander army so that he can protect the kingdom and, although he refuses to acknowledge it, to prove to everyone that he can be better than Dar.
His first battle was the Battle of Anvard in which he ought alongside Tran, Shar, Cole, Colin, and Dar against Rabadash and the Calormene Army.
The White Witch’s Second Conquest is Officially Over!
The following links will direct you to the finished final battle threads.
We will also have an event posted up soon to celebrate the end of the war. Wait for that!
We would also like to announce that Jadis the White Witch is dead. Her role will remain open for only flashback and AU purposes.
Time to open your askbox for headcanon and drabble starters!
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WEEKLY RECAP | 01 DECEMBER 2013 - 08 DECEMBER 2013
Back From Hiatus:
Lilliandil (Ramandu’s Daughter) of the Stars || Daughter of Eve/Star || Age Unknown || FC: Cate Blanchett || OPEN
You can only believe—or not.
She is the daughter of Ramandu, a resting Star (she a half-star herself), and a mortal mother. She grew up on her father’s island at the Beginning of the End of the World. Together, she and her father kept the knife that slew Aslan in honor. She shines over Ramandu’s Island and crews on ships follow her position in the sky to reach the island. Lilliandil may or may not descend to them into a way that would be easily recognizable (such as turning into a beautiful young woman).
She has always been a constant follower of Aslan and often explains that violence is forbidden at Aslan’s table. Because of her faithfulness, Caspian was immediately attracted to her, and the two became friends. Through loving encouragement, it was she who guided and taught Caspian the ways of which Aslan would want the country to be ruled.
Regardless of her perhaps intimidating majesty, she is an overall innocent and motherly figure to those who seek Aslan.
Titles: The Star’s Daughter, Queen of Caspian the Tenth
Tumili of Owlwood, Narnia || Back Dwarf/Holly Dryad || 25 || NRP OC || FC: Sarah Geronimo || OPEN
Oh. OH, DEAR ASLAN. There they are. Be calm, Tumili. Breathe. Inhale, ex—by the mane! KING FRANK, QUEEN HELEN, HIGH KING PETER, QUEEN SUSAN, KING EDMUND, QUEEN LUCY, KING CASPIAN THE TENTH, PRINCE RILIAN, KING TIRIAN! DID YOU HAVE TOAST FOR BREAKFAST TODAY?!
If one were to see a passing Queen or King of Narnia and hear a shrill scream instantly followed by a declaration of everlasting love, one shouldn’t be surprised to see a half-dwarf, half-dryad nearby. Tumili, the culprit, is absolutely not secretive about her devotion to the monarchs of Narnia. She gathers any bit of information on them and fills notebooks for every known monarch of Narnia. Tumili knows the most about the monarchs and if one wants to know whether a rumor is true or not, Tumili is always the first to be confronted. Because she is a harmless half dwarf who only squeals about her idols, no one really questions how and where she gets her vast knowledge… in truth, people are simply scared of being dragged into listening to a day-long monologue on the history of Narnia and its monarchs. She is “in love” with all the monarchs in which she constantly dreams of marrying a king, admires and strives to emulate all the queens, and she frequently pairs a monarch with a “destined” person for him or her—being very open-minded, such pairs aren’t even constricted to the female-male pair since all she cares for is for her beloveds to be happy. In the far land of Spare Oom, Tumili would be labeled as a very, very energetic “fangirl.”
Tumili lives with her black dwarf mother, holly wood god father, and five siblings at the edge of Owlwood. While she obsesses over the monarchs, Tumili still finds the time to help with the family business of herb medicine and blacksmithing. Small as she is, Tumili doesn’t shy away from heavy work and, fueled by her goal of becoming just like her idols, she has grown into a benevolent and hardworking half-dwarf who goes out of her way to help others, even if her help is unwanted or can cause trouble.
As of recently, Tumili is subjected to many discussions about her future plans. Already of age to marry or earn her own living but show no interest of doing any, her parents are both concerned and exasperated, and obsession with the monarchs of Narnia is becoming a frequent reason for Tumili’s “immaturity.” It has even been pointed out many times that her beloved kings and queens have done much more than she could ever attempt—and most did so when they were younger than Tumili.
Aslan, Mabel and Peridan are now off hiatus!
Sadly, the roles for Lume, Chava, and Eilamat have reopened.