Alraz bin Adeola Sirdar of the Alizarin (Second-highest rank; one of several directly below the Mushir, who leads the entire organization)Age: 38 Sex: Male Sexuality: aromantic bisexual Eyes: Deep brown, slanted distinctly upwards at the outer corners, shifty and untrusting. Countenance: Sharp features dominate his face- a stern brow, aquiline nose, and lips like a razor's edge give him an intimidating appearance that he rather enjoys. He is handsome enough, but in a cruel and harsh way. Physique: With medium-dark skin usually wrapped in loose-fitting sandsilk, Alraz proudly displays his heritage from the Southern continent of Namir. He is a sharp man, not tall or strong but wiry and angular. His body is covered in scars, few of them serious, but enough to tell of a rough and warlike life. History: He once served a Tyrant when he was younger in Namir; the circumstances of that Tyrant's death remain a mystery, but what is known is that Alraz joined the Alizarin shortly after, already highly skilled, and has risen through the ranks by ruthlessness, talent, and a keen eye for danger. Psyche: He trusts no one, and likes even fewer people. In his world, people are merely tools, means to an end. He has lost a lot, and feels that the best way not to lose something is not to have it in the first place. In spite of, or perhaps because of this outlook, he makes an excellent commander and is known for being fair but stern, and unflinchingly loyal to the cause. Weapons: All Alizar Officers are required to carry katanas. His is crimson with golden characters in Namiri heiroglyphs, a beautiful and mostly ceremonial weapon. It hangs at his right hip. On his left hip is a scimitar of combined black and red steel in the wavy pattern of well-forged metal. Is is undecorated but for a snakeskin-wrapped hilt, and receives most of the use. He is deadly with the katana, but with the scimitar he has no equal. Skills & Talents: Besides the obvious swordsmanship, Alraz is a decent archer and knows his way around a spear. He speaks four languages and is literate in two, in addition to being an excellent horseman and well-versed in history and military knowledge. This makes him an even better commander than soldier, though he does both jobs well.