Messiah of the Shining God
Plane touched Human
Dorem was a talented wizard growing up in a small sleepy coastal village along with her friends. Dorem lost her parents at a very young age and the village banded together to help take care of her, though it was not enough for her. One day when she was young, she was adventuring about just outside of the town and fell through a hole in a large hill. She landed on top of a very old and huge brass dragon named Ethix. Ethix had just had his children leave to a new home a few years ago and was lonely, and Dorem’s arrival seemed to be the best thing that could have happened to the two of them.
They quickly bonded over magic, Ethix finding Dorem to have a great potential in the arcane arts, and taught her all he knew. Dorem had finally found a father in Ethix and would spend all his free time learning and living with Ethix.
The townsfolk were worried at first but when the mayor went with Dorem and learned of this he knew this was best for the girl and for the town, an untrained magic user could cause terrible devastation. He agreed to let Ethix and Dorem live together and Dorem couldn’t have been happier.
When trouble struck and horrible messes began happening, one after another, Dorem and her friends decided to save their town and the surrounding region. After a few years of adventuring it eventually led to them fighting a Fallen Angel called Palgrith The Unclean, who was cast from heaven for thinking and acting on thoughts of genocide of the lesser races. In Dorem’s adventuring years she was always very inquisitive, a little bossy, and loved getting things done right. She reveled in the magic she would learn and her friends were an irreplaceable family to her.
When she was struck by The Overwhelming Evil and had her mind shattered very little remained of this good adventurer. She retained her desire of learning more magic, and in some strange way still held on to her friends and tried to keep them with her, resulting in their deformities. The thing that changed most in Dorem was fear. She was terrified of the Gods. The Overwhelming Evil had set in her mind the notion that the Gods were working together to destroy humanity and all it had worked for, and would not stop until every last living being was enslaved or destroyed, and The Overwhelming Evil could save her if he just managed to open a portal to them. This is what drives Dorem now, and she sees the Chosen as evil soldiers hellbent on destroying everyone and everything under the guise of protectors. She, in every way, shape, and form, believes what she is doing is right and will save everyone.