Gogron

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Gogron gro-Bolmog
Full Name: Gogron gro-Bolmog

Series: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Class: Warrior (Rank: Eliminator)
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Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with Evil Sprinkles
Gender: Male
Species: Orsimer (Orc)
Age: Early 30's
Birthdate: 7th of Last Seed, 3E 401
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 185 lbs.

Short Description: A relatively handsome bronzy green skinned Orsimir (Orc) in Daedric armor with a Daedric battle axe. Glows faintly. Think lots of scary red highlights and uncomfortable looking spikily bits.

Gogron gro-Bolmog
He's always been considered a handsome boy, and rightly so; with the deep richness of his skin, the green the kind of green one only sees while playing with oil paints; a verdant viridium touched peridot brushed with hints of bronze, rich and vibrant. His eyes are a warm burnished gold, traced round the edges with laugh lines, his soft purple lips often as not pulled into a grin, like a man willing to share the joke he seems to find so funny. Well, not man, orc. Orsimer to be perfectly accurate. There's tusks peeking out from between those lips, his ears long and delicate, his hair a soft shining brown, dark in dimness and almost glowing in light. Handsome, for an Orsimer.

He's armed and armored; most people wouldn't know what Daedric armor is. To most people it'd be a rather ominous and uncomfortable looking set of armor, the metal a strange sort of color, both vibrant and sullen at the same time, a livid glint to the bright bits and a sulking corroded shadow to the rest, the armor traced with highlights of bloody, vivid red. It seems whoever designed it was a fan of inconvenient looking hooky bits. The axe is large, a double handed weapon matching the armor in aesthetics and love of deep carved details, edgy bright lines and dingy corroded soot-smeared shadows. It also glows softly with a particularly ominous red light.

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