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I am planning to have Lionel tell his history in a story latter on, and I was wondering if this history is acceptable for me to use. The kingdom is completely destroyed, and will not play a direct part in game, and the "lord of the Abyssal Plane", and Lionel's sister won't have to play a part in the game any time in the near future either. Here it is"¦
Let me tell you a story, a story about a young boy, a prince, at the age of of 14"¦
The prince was part of a family made up of four members, there was his father, his mother, him, and his younger sister.
The prince's father was known for his bravery and intelligence, respected by his people for his fair hand, and just rule. He was the protecter of the kingdom, and his son inspired to be just like him.
The prince's mother was known for her kindness and generous spirit, loved by her people for her wisdom and understanding. She was the judge of the kingdom; many came to her from all over the land for her advice and option.
Then there was the prince's beloved sister, the joy of the entire kingdom. She, though only 11 years old, had already shown great maturity for her age, known for her loving nature, and forgiving heart.
She shared a connection will nature, seemingly able to talk with animals, with plants and trees, even with the wind. She had a great empathy toward others, being able to hear the cries of those that are in lonely or sad, and has innate understanding and compassion for others.
There were others in the prince's life, like the court sorcerer who seemed to show a great interest in the prince, his father's general one of his father's most trusted advisers. And the kingdoms priest, who was the prince, and princess's teacher.
But then this boy's happy life was shattered, the kingdom was attack. By the time his father knew what was happening, more than a third of his army had been destroyed, his people where being slaughtered, then right before the boy's eyes his father was kill, by a lord of the Abyssal Plane. The court sorcerer appeared and carried the prince off, out of danger. All he saw when being brought out of the kingdom was the death of everything he had ever known, of everyone he had ever loved. Latter, on a high mountain he confronted the sorcerer, demanding if he know if anyone else lived. The sorcerer said that the prince's sister had escaped, with her guardian. When the prince asked if he could be taken to her, the sorcerer said no, that they must be kept separate for now. The prince wasn't happy but accepted it for now. The boy grew into a man, growing in the magical arts, but he never forgot his sister and continued to blame himself for what had happened, and how he wasn't there for his beloved sister. One day the young man found a letter on his mentor's desk; it said that his sister's guardian is dead, and that she had walked away with a wolf. The man know he had to find her, and also become strong enough to have vengeance on the lord who killed his father and destroyed everything he had ever cared about, so he set out off his own.
What was this man's name, Lionel Alexander Cortez