Worf

May the Truth guide your path and Earth strenghten your resolve!

Description:

Towering at 9 feet tall, weighting 795 pounds naked. The sheer size of Mr. Worf is at least impressive if not intimidating. Adorning the look of a giant Viking Warrior, with hairs 4 feet long and a 3 feet beard, both featuring large dreadlocks. Fully equiped with his huge full plate of armor, his 10 feet tall tower shield and his prized arsenal of bludgeoning weapons, Mr. Worf is the closest thing to a 2000 pounds war machine who walks and talks.

Mr. Worf has been raised by the human nuns of the orphenage of Saint-Alarion. During his youth he was prized as a honest kid who worked hard to get what he wanted and always provided more than he was asked for. Unfortunately, in addition to all the happy memories from Saint-Alarion, Mr. Worf also witnessed the brutal death of some of its friends. After this traumatic event, he swore, not to the gods, but upon himself, that until his demise, Mr. Worf will fight to the death in order to protect the ones he loves.

Mr. Worf later was recruited into the Order of Saint-Alarion, due to his impressive size, he was immediately assigned to the 22th Division of the Order of Saint-Alarion, the division assigned to organize and execute the defence operations of the assets of the Order of Saint-Alarion.

Goliaths are folks of the mountains, it was thus natural for Mr. Worf to feel a strong connection to the Earth. Mr. Worf then began to hear the whisper of the Earth, it then began to make sense and soon enough, Mr. Worf spoke to the Earth, and the Earth answered. Culminating to a life altering encounter under the ruined orphage of Saint-Alarion, where Mr. Worf took upon himself to purge the corruption that took place there and accepted the burden of carrying a terrible evil artifact. The latter was then discovered by his lifetime friends, who then accused Mr. Worf of not trusting them with the weight of his burden. This finally resulted with one of his friend being corrupted by this evil and perishing trying to embrace the false power it promises.

It was then that Mr. Worf knew that he was chosen as one of the Bastion of Truth, a Protector of the Innocent, he now was … the Minister of Earth. Invested with the powers of Earth, Strength and Truth, Mr. Worf chose to put on hold everything he held dear in order to ensure the protection of the people of Saint-Alarion.

In time, Mr. Worf’s affinity with the Earth began to manifest itself increasingly strongly. He was now able to imbue his body and weapons with the Strength of the Earth. He spoke to the Earth daily, and the Earth answered with its limitless wisdom. But Mr. Worf stayed humble, he always asked the Earth for permission to act as an extention of its resolve. Never did Mr.Worf use of the powers he was invested with without accordance and consultation of the Wisdom of the Earth.

[…]

After some month of adventuring, Worf and his companions came by some technology that allowed people to take a shortcut through space. Originally uncomfortable with the idea, Worf finally stepped through the portal only to have his dreams of returning to Draken come true. This “shortcut”, although very uncomfortable, allowed Worf to reach to the ones he loved without the months of “regular” travelling.

After a short time in Draken, Worf and his companions were summoned to a briefing for their next orders to be unfolded. After a short conversation, Worf was now knowledgable of the next orders asked of him and his company, but … as a result of coming back to Draken and being very close to the people he loved in Saint-Alarion, Worf had a glimpse of disbeliving, all these orders were imposed upon him without Worf having the right to, at least, express his opinion, but why?, was Worf not an examplar soldier? Has Worf defended and executed his orders without questions from the beginning? Was now the time for Worf to ask questions?

During his next briefing, when Worf was receiving his next orders, he snapped … Worf openly questionned his orders. He brought the issue that he does have the right to refuse some orders. Why would Worf accept some orders without questionning them? Why would he accept anything he is told by his “superiors” like a mindless sheep? Not anymore … Worf chose to question his order but was brutally answered: he had no right to question what was asked of him and his companions whatsoever.

Worf had the very poor judgement to insubordinate his superior by ignoring him and making some push-ups. This resulted in Worf suffering from a black-out …

A few days later Worf regained consciousness, not even aware of what had happened to him, he looked into a mirror … Worf never considered himself to be a handsome Goliath, but what he saw on this day horrified him. What happened to his face? Now, Worf only was a disfigured image of the Goliath he once was, disfigured because we had the guts to question his orders …

Worf, was then enlightned, but at the same time was ashamed. He knew he was right to question orders, but he was also ashamed of how he questioned them. All his life Worf made the greatest efforts to be respectful to others, even when others were not respectful to him. But this one time he was disrespectful to his superiors, he then paid the ultimate price: bearing the mark of shame for eternity. …

To be continued …

Du haut de ses 9 pieds, 795 livres (tous nu) Worf se démarque des autres simplement par son immense stature physique. Obsédé par l’art du combat et des tactiques de guerres, il aspire à
faire honneur à ses ancètres en respectant les traiditons de sa familles ainsi que celles des Goliaths. Malgré sa difficulté à comprendre la science, il reste un guerrier sage qui sais prendre de bonnes décisions éthiques quand il est confronté à des dilemmes morals. Worf peux parfois prendre trop au sérieux son héritage et ses valeurs, comme il peux parfois se laisser emporter par son esprit de guerrier invincibleé. Il reste un allié fidèle et fiable et un ennemi redoutable.

Hobby: soulever des objets lourds;

Armes favorites: contondantes;

Aspirations à long terme: devenir le guerrier le plus fort;

Aspirations à court terme: acheter la magie d’la lumière infinie pour la torche de l’honnêteté;

Technique favorite: bull rush;

Rôle: tank;

Fun facts: possède un tower shield fait à partir d’une table;

Fun facts: as des doigts enflés du a une overdose de poison;

La torche de l’honnêteté : Worf est un guerrier qui reconnais les valeurs de l’honnêtetée et du travail bien fait. Comme le mensonge et la malhonnêtetée est reconnue comme une faiblesse chez les Goliatn, Worf est naturellement porté à travailler fort pour ce qu’il désire acquiérir et à trouver des moyens honnêtes de parvenir à ses fins. (à suivre …)


Goliaths do not lie;

Goliaths do not fear death;

Goliaths do not dishonor their family;

Goliaths do not let themselves become a burden to their family;

Goliaths do not cower from their enemies;


Glorious be the one who dies in combat;

Glorious be the one who wins in combat;

Glorious be the one who honor the Heg’bat (ritual suicide);

Glorious be the one who instill fear to their enemies;

Glorious be the one who surpasses it’s mentor;

Bio:

Towering at 9 feet tall, weighting 753 pounds naked. The sheer size of Worf is at least impressive if not intimidating. Adorning the look of a giant Viking Warrior, with hairs 4 feet long and a 3 feet beard, both featuring large dreadlocks. Fully equiped with his huge full plate of armor, his 10 feet tall tower shield and his prized arsenal of bludgeoning weapons, Worf is the closest thing to a 2000 pounds war machine who walks and talks.

Worf has been raised by the human nuns of the orphenage of Saint-Alarion. During his youth he was prized as a honest kid who worked hard to get what he wanted and always provided more than he was asked for. Unfortunately, in addition to all the happy memories from Saint-Alarion, Worf also witnessed the brutal death of some of its friends. After this traumatic event, he swore, not to the gods, but upon himself, that until his demise, Worf will fight to the death in order to protect the ones he loves.

Worf later was recruited into the Order of Saint-Alarion, due to his impressive size, he was immediately assigned to the 22th Division of the Order of Saint-Alarion, the division assigned to organize and execute the defence operations of the assets of the Order of Saint-Alarion.

Goliaths are folks of the mountains, it was thus natural for Worf to feel a strong connection to the Earth. One day, Worf began to hear the whisper of the Earth, later it began to make sense and soon enough, Worf spoke to the Earth, and the Earth answered. Culminating to a life altering encounter under the ruined orphage of Saint-Alarion, where Worf took upon himself to purge the corruption that took place there and accepted the burden of carrying a terrible evil artifact. The latter was then discovered by his lifetime friends, who then accused Worf of not trusting them with the weight of his burden. This finally resulted with one of his friend being corrupted by this evil and perishing trying to embrace the false power it promises.

It was then that Worf understood that he was chosen as one of the Bastion of Truth, a Protector of the Innocent, he now was … the Minister of Earth. Invested with the powers of Earth, Strength and Truth, Worf chose to put on hold everything he held dear in order to ensure the protection of the people of Saint-Alarion.

In time, Worf’s affinity with the Earth began to manifest itself increasingly strongly. He was now able to imbue his body and weapons with the Strength of the Earth. He spoke to the Earth daily, and the Earth answered with its limitless wisdom. But Worf stayed humble, he always asked the Earth for permission to act as an extention of its resolve. Never did Worf use of the powers he was invested with without accordance and consultation of the Wisdom of the Earth.

To be continued …

Du haut de ses 9 pieds, 753 livres (tous nu) Worf se démarque des autres simplement par son immense stature physique. Obsédé par l’art du combat et des tactiques de guerres, il aspire à
faire honneur à ses ancètres en respectant les traiditons de sa familles ainsi que celles des Goliaths. Malgré sa difficulté à comprendre la science, il reste un guerrier sage qui sais prendre de bonnes décisions éthiques quand il est confronté à des dilemmes morals. Worf peux parfois prendre trop au sérieux son héritage et ses valeurs, comme il peux parfois se laisser emporter par son esprit de guerrier invincibleé. Il reste un allié fidèle et fiable et un ennemi redoutable.

Hobby: soulever des objets lourds;

Armes favorites: contondantes;

Aspirations à long terme: devenir le guerrier le plus fort;

Aspirations à court terme: acheter la magie d’la lumière infinie pour la torche de l’honnêteté;

Technique favorite: bull rush;

Rôle: tank;

Fun facts: possède un tower shield fait à partir d’une table;

Fun facts: as des doigts enflés du a une overdose de poison;

La torche de l’honnêteté : Worf est un guerrier qui reconnais les valeurs de l’honnêtetée et du travail bien fait. Comme le mensonge et la malhonnêtetée est reconnue comme une faiblesse chez les Goliatn, Worf est naturellement porté à travailler fort pour ce qu’il désire acquiérir et à trouver des moyens honnêtes de parvenir à ses fins. (à suivre …)

Worf

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