From RPC Library
A Duskwight Elezen hailing from Ishgard, Auliander has recently left the Holy See for the sake of research, and to find answers to many mysteries that have recently overtaken his life. He was born in the Brume and when young, was left behind by his father, a drunk and former soldier of Ishgard. The Elezen never knew his mother. Auliander was found and raised as a servant and retainer to a minor noble house and growing up, discovered a loving, adoptive father-figure in the Lord he served. His current mannerisms and politeness tend to reflect his upbringing. Although he was raised around nobility, Auliander is modest, humble, and considers himself entirely conventional. His current research has Auliander traveling to dark places in the Shroud like The Palace of the Dead and to places as far as the Azim Steppe. He still has yet to find what he has been searching for.
The first thing people tend to notice about Auliander (besides his very tall stature, of which he stands 6'11' ') are his amber eyes which are a striking contrast to his dark skintone. The Elezen has light, slightly dirty-blonde hair which he keeps neatly groomed. He has many scars and markings. A large, deep, and slightly grotesque scar on the back of his neck. Burn scars etched deeply from his hands to his forearms. Recent scars on his back (looking to be from a lashing of some sort) , and light scars upon his face/torso, those of which resemble claw marks. The Duskwight tends to wear clothes that cover more of his skin, as he's more comfortable that way. He prefers to wear jackets or coats with high collars that cover his neck. He also wears a simple pair of brass spectacles, of which he cannot see without.
Aspects That Stand Out:
INFJ [] - Auliander is a very private and introverted person. He would prefer to stay in the back of a room, quietly watching others and perhaps listening to a conversation here and there. The Duskwight does not actively seek speaking with others but is not particularly shy as he does not run away when he is engaged in conversation with another. When spoken to he is courteous, pleasant, and over-all charming. To others, it is almost scary how well the Elezen can read people using his keen intuition and observations, but even as he gains this knowledge he would keep it to himself rather than reveal what he knows. Auliander avoids any form of conflict unless it interferes with his ingrained moral standards, he is practical, humane and highly realistic. He is steadfast in his opinions and ideals and will defend them if provoked. Auliander believes, in most cases, that he is in the right but would drop an argument if it meant conserving the pride or well-being of another.