Khaldorenulline [Call-der-en-you-line] Nedakh [Ned-ock] Khaldor for short.Age:
8500, Appears to be 24 or soGender:
Heir to the ThroneSpecialty:
Getting into trouble, defying his father's direct orders, you can't tell me what to do, old man,
very athletic, can hold his breath and swim for an obscenely long amount of time. Personality:
Khaldor is a free spirit. He's very much unprepared to take his place as leader of Atlantis. Despite his father edging closer to the great light, Khaldor would much rather explore the ancient ruins than study politics and law. He's adventurous, curious, a bit hard headed, and a compassionate. Appearance:
Khaldor is athletic and strong. He's 5'11, muscular, and attractive. The lack of pants helps. Like most other Atlanteans, he doesn't wear a whole lot. He hasn't seen the sun in over eight thousands years, so hiding from sunburn isn't exactly a concern. He has brown skin, white hair, and bright blue eyes. Khaldor sports several tattoos, traditional of his people. He also likes gold accessories. Other:
Like all other living Atlanteans, Khaldor can speak
Atlantean, but he can't read
Atlantean. This ability was lost when the city sunk, along with the great knowledge the crystals allowed them. In fact, they forgot how to use any technology that was related to the crystals, and even how the crystals worked, to an extent. History:
Khaldor, like many of his people, was there when the city sunk. He doesn't remember much, other than his mother being drawn into the sky by a bright light, and never seeing her again. When the city fell, the Atlanteans lost use of their sophisticated technology and advanced knowledge. They could no longer build amazing machines, or use their crystal power source to their advantage. The crystals still worked, allowing them centuries long lifespans, but they just couldn't remember how to use them anymore.
Ever since they sunk, Khalor has been terminated to solve the mysteries of his civilization. What happened to his mother? What was the bright light? What was the ancient scripture scrolled on walls around the city, and miles under water? He's climbed, swam, and trekked over almost every inch of the empire. Then, when he knew and memorized it all, he began exploring the highway that allegedly led to the surface world.
His father forbade anyone entering the ancient road, but that never stopped him. Khaldor was always a bit of a hard head when it came to taking orders.