Full Name: Ardan Baudred
Pronunciation: R-dayn Baw-drehd
Nickname or Aliases: Agrinja
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth: Strathholme
Claims and Positions: None
Affiliations: Knights of the Ebon Blade - Inactive
Place of Residence: Homeless/Wanderer
Marital Status: Single
Languages Understood, or Spoken: Common
Religious Beliefs: Agnostic
Character Class: Deathknight
Abilities and Special Skills: Blood Magic, Affliction, Melee Combat
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Blue
Distinguishing Features: Lion's Head of King Menethil tattoed on his right shoulder, clearly old and faded.
Physical Description: Veteran of multiple conflicts since the third great war. Ardan is weathered and weary, and comes off imposing and intimidating, until he speaks. Clearly he was a man who liked to tell jokes and play pranks when he was alive, though tempered some because of life.
Hobbies: Sports, Fishing, playing cards, and hunting.
Quirks: He is joyful and makes jokes during fighting, serious at joyful events, and switches between humorous and serious suddenly.
Goals: Survive and live, even in undeath, Ardan is not done living, the downfall of the remnants of the Lich King, including the Forsaken.
Fears: The resurgence of the Scourge.
Weaknesses: Holy power, fire, children.
Generally a contented man, not one to be overly grim usually associated with Deathknights, but has unshakable courage and will, he will be the first to charge the enemy ranks without hesitation, and does not suffer stupidity well.
Character History: Ardan Baudred was born just before the First Great War, grew up in the world of horde invasions, and during the Third Great War Ardan was enlisted in the King's army as a soldier in his early 20's, fought multiple engagements against the scourge before he fell at Darrowshire. Raised a deathknight, Ardan served the Lich King for years until the uprising in Acherus, freed of the hold the Lich King had over Ardan, Ardan attacked scourge lines ruthlessly, following the scourge to the Icecrown Citadel and stormed and helped secure the hold Alliance forces had to breach and kill the Lich King. Ardan served with the Knights of the Ebon Blade afterwards from Deathwing to the Legion invasion, Ardan gave his existence to serve and protect the alliance he had loved before he fell in the years in hopes to offset the atrocities he had committed against his own people when he served the Lich King, and now, he feels its time to separate from the Knight of the Ebon Blade and make his own path.
Other: Not really a theme song or anything, but this song just strikes me to explaining not just Ardan but all Deathknights.