In-Game Name(s): Vorigar
How long have you been roleplaying: I first table topped almost 8 years ago. I've kept up writing but the last time I roleplayed was for a ~3 year period on Graal online's Valikorlia server.
What can you offer to the Hardcore Roleplaying community: flexible roleplaying - I hate playing mary sues because of how boring they are to play over and over
Character Bio: An elderly man, Vorigar is around 58 years of age - he himself isn't sure, considering he was born in a small village to a poor family. His parents both cared for him deeply and as was expected of a boy he worked the fields with his father in his early teens. When the clergy established a chapel in his town once it grew larger Vorigar was picked to be an assistant to the sent priest because of his adept ability to read. After a few comfortable years in this position a Lord came to buy supplies and coincidentally was in need of a literate man to work as an assistant. Vorigar, at that young age where wanderlust overcomes, signed on the with the noble man and worked with him for 30 years as a tactician, scribe, engineer, and scholar. He was especially quick at picking up the finer side of contemporary engineering and more than a few castles were cracked by hastily but well-made towers and rams, and more than a few desperate situations were saved by preplanned defenses. Eventually, as is wont to happen, the Lord passed away and his inept son took power, squandering his family name. Vorigar knew which way the winds were blowing and quietly left the service of the royal house to travel on his own. Despite his scholarly ways he still has fought on the front line and can continue to do so, albeit not in the heaviest armor.
Sample of your roleplay: Another bolt tore through the taut blood red canvas, pinning itself into the hastily drawn map inches away from his hand. Vorigar glanced woodenly at it and left it in. The map was fluttering a bit too much anyways. After examining the map once again, he looked up and stroked his beard. "Sir... I know that you want to break down the door," a chuckle accompanied this; "but that's ridiculous. It's exactly what the defenders want. Look:" a finger gloved in fine mail points to another side of the fort, "This side is closer to the lake. I'll bet that they have some sort of utility entrance or grate to facilitate resupplying. We should send a few men to look and, if possible, open the gate from the inside."
Do you have a history of rulebreaking on the regular servers: I've only played today, but no. Not on other servers, as well.
Can any fellow roleplayers vouch for your skills: As noted above, probably not.