The best future is the one we carve out for ourselves.
Description: Long strands of wavy platinum blond hair flow from the elven man's crown down past his shoulders. The hair has a certain sheen that gleams in the sunlight, suggesting a great amount of care has been taken to maintain its luster. The fair skinned apothecary carries himself with an air of pride and arrogance, his silver eyes constantly narrowed into a skeptical gaze.
Personality: Kylen is not much of a people person. His haughty attitude and self righteous outlook makes for someone who is difficult for many to get along with. While he is undeniably bright, there are as few that enjoy his company as there are that he 'tolerates'. As a devout priest of Acharon, he believes that all should have the free will to pursue whatever path they see fit. However, that also means he has the free will to say whatever he pleases about the 'poor decisions' others make.
Background: Kylen was the only child of Abalus Nerea, a man of great renown within Larandor. He was a restorationalist without peer, or at least managed to foster a reputation as such. Magic and medicine were his passions, both of which he passed down to his son. The boy was raised to be his protege and successor in every sense of the word. Though in the end, despite his accomplishments, the child would only be a disappointment to his father.
When the Host arrived in Larandor and the decision was made to flee, Abalus was very vocal in his disapproval of this decision. He thought to stay and fight, but Kylen was not about to risk his life or his family's in a battle he saw no hope of winning. So he took to the seas, setting sail for the distant lands of Arandor. The way was filled with pain and tragedy, as one by one he watched his children pass on over the duration of the journey.
Upon settling in their new home the first thing Kylen and his wife did was petition for a new child, granting them their dear Aeretheo. The next fifty years were spent raising his child in the restorational arts, as well as grooming him to follow in his footsteps as a restorationist. Now that the boy has come of age he has found that he is free to more actively pursue his own interests.