Name: Varkol Kinri
Title: High Inquisitor
Nation: Escantum/Magister Imperium
Varkol Kinri stands as six and half feet tall with muscles covering most of his body. His hair falls down his shoulders in a chestnut brown mane and skyblue eyes that peer into the very depth of the soul. He has a scar across his right cheek that stops at his chin earned in battle with his former master, the late High Inquisitor Cyrul. It is said the scar glows lightly from time to time when his anger comes to a boil.
Around his torso are a series of runic tattoos that protect his vital organs so as long as he not caught by surprise that pulse with a red energy when healing, otherwise they appear to be nothing more than black ink in strange designs. It is a rare sight to behold him without his suit of armor on and weapon at his side, Rarer still than being without his suit of armor is to see the man smile.
Varkol Kinri in addition to being a heavily armored spellsword is also one of the best enchaters in the Imperium. His rings hold magics most rare contained inside the Dragon gems ranging in color.
History: Varkol Kinri can be described in one word, brutal. He was brought up to respect both strength of arm from Escantum born father and magic from his Imperium born mother. After going through a day's education and completing his studies his father would train him with a broad range of weapons. In addition to martial training his father had forged him armor that was rather heavy in order to increase his physical stamina. Thanks to this grueling training regimen Varkol became the first of many Spellswords the Imperium trained. He now has an entire batallion of men trained in the same manner as him under his belt training them personally.
Varkol's personal life does leave room for wanting in that he is single, although he seems to prefer things that way. During his rare chance at offtime he is seen in the training hall increasing his already impressive repitoir of spells and refining them a sharpened point. He holds monthly duels between his students that are no holds barred with the winner receiving a promotion and the loser being demoted one rank. This has created a fierce bond between the soldiers, but also a fierce rivalry in the race to become supreme in the art of battle.