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Unread 22nd of August, 2004, 07:24
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His view on civilization is more of the 'don't give a flying sack of shit' barbarian, because he never dealt with the civilized people that his tribe was protecting at the time. And while I didn't explain it in the backstory, he never liked the strict discipline that was enforced in dwarven society, so when it came to him joining a tribe of warriors that weren't concerned about discipline, he couldn't resist and stayed for that reason. After all, he respects the chaotic life more than the lawful style, and if he ever finds his clan, you can be sure he'll "train" a squad of barbarians, just to mock the lawful structure. Provided he finds them, of course.

Does that help any? ^.^
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