I'm not sure if it's possible to be changed that much, but as long as you can work with that and not be too antagonistic, that's fine.
I should've probably pointed this out in the rules, but I think it should be expectable that if anybody, or anybody's character starts deriving from the fun factor of the whole RP (because they're needlessly antagonistic, don't contribute in any reasonable way that would make the others want to have them around), they get the boot.
Now, back on topic. Both of yours and Imperial's characters are accepted and will be part of the RP.
I added something in my personality to make him a bit less heartless. I hope you don't mind.
Stayed up pretty late to get my CS in, mostly because I wouldn't have had any time otherwise. Some details are subject to change. Please do point out any errors you may notice. As I've said, it's late and I'm exhausted, so there are bound to be a few.
Also, I included athleticism as a main skill, though I can change that if you'd prefer.
Also, also, towards the end of the character's background, I kind of fudged together what I figured might work. Mostly because there really isn't much to go off of when it comes to the recent events of Valenwood.
Our characters are very similar skills wise, I don't know if that will be a problem or not?
I noticed that too. Both of you are focused stealth classes compared to my warrior-mage.
It is what it is, that might turn out to be more difficult for you all, or it might not.
Also, Fox Hound, lets not forget that all elves in Tamriel tend to have rather long lifespans. I'm not sure what the canon numbers on that are, but it doesn't matter, here we'll just nod and say that all elves tend to live to around 250-300 at best and most humans could live to see a hundred, making the average death age around 85...that is, when there's not a state of war.
And as much as I understand wanting to make him seem like a powerful hunter, beheading a grown bear with a shortsword (a weapon designed more for thrusts rather than chops) then dragging the thing somewhere is a bit difficult for somebody even with, say, Arnold Schwarzenegger's build in his early days.