I'm really sorry that I haven't gotten you a post yet. I'm not really sure what my character would be doing other than preparing to sortie. Until the armies march against each other, she's going to be stuck in Bern. (I can totally write up a post about her preparing to sortie if that's enough for you)
@Veradana Well, that is going to be a while though. I've written up all chapters already and, spoiler, total war won't break out in a good while.
However, if you so desire to stay and remain in Bern, you may ask other players for a behind-the-screens thing going. That will however slow my part down a lot, generally due to my very limited time schedule as is, but if you can convince someone to join your journeys in Bern, I can just be some NPCs to guide your travels. I'll try to accomodate you as best I can.
@KawaiiKyouko Ah, I see. Don't worry about it. I won't ask you to slow yourself down if you're already time constrained. I guess I got confused and was under the impression that skirmishes with Bern would happen earlier. If need be I can probably create another character that's more likely to be travelling through the market. Since @SaveusY2J's Wyvern Knight is also from Bern, maybe we can have some interactions together?
Personality: Bormund, to say the very least, is a crass man. Proud, rowdy and belligerent, his attitude tend to put him at odds with more conventional soldiers and warriors who appreciate the discipline that he simply lacks. He does as he likes, takes what he likes and fights for what he likes as any good man would do. He's a particularly hedonistic fellow as well, owing back to his lack of discipline and idea that the strong should take which they want, leaving him with a strong lust for the baser pleasures in life. Though certainly rough around the edges, he has a certain bawdy charisma about him, and holds few grudges in terms of loyalty due to his self-serving nature. Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Simple Description: Bormund dresses himself in rough tunics, sturdy trousers and simple leather backed scale armor. He often decorates himself in stolen trinkets, be they jeweled rings, simple braclets or sentimental valuables, as trophies of his conquests and victories.