A brief History
Kohl and his cousin Taveah have traveled from another world, Ound Shyr, to the lands of Eberron. Their method of travel was accidental, a chaotic force that opened a portal, connecting both worlds momentarily.
Kohl, prior to traveling to the lands of Eberron was a soldier tasked with serving on ‘The Wall’, a massive fortress/wall structure of magical and divine origins that protects the rest of Ound Shyr from the undead legions of Lord Kythia, an undead demigod of immense power.
Both Kohl and Taveah have been residing in the city of Sharn, working with several mage guilds and the church of the Sovereign Host to discover a way home. An Artificer, Miklos the Great, has championed this cause, studying every detail of Ound Shyr in hopes to build a permanent device that will open a portal to bridge the two worlds.
Kohl is a worshiper of the Kyrling Gods, a pantheon of Law; prominent on Ound Shyr. His god, Torval, is the god of Justice. Kohl is a devout follower of Torval, looking to further his word and destroy his enemies, the wretched followers of Dha’ark.
Typical of his race, Kohl is bronzed skinned, standing 6’2” tall and 185lbs. He wears his long black hair in a partial top knot, allowing the volume of his hair to flow off his shoulders like a waterfall. His eyes are solid white, the charred marks, forming discolored patterns around his eyes, are in the forms of sharp curving edges and piercing points.
Kohl adorns himself in fine clothing and jewelry, befitting his station. His clothing, of Kael make, are considered lesser magic items, resistant to dirt and odor. His plate mail bares the emblem of Ikao, a fierce Condor.
Kohl, is a devout warrior of his god. His name Kohl, means Devout in the Kael tongue. He tries to view situations with a hard cold eye. Although, now in a foreign land, away from his people, he has lessened his views on lesser races and allowed those that he would normally view as inferior, to work with him, so long as it will further his task in finding a way home. This reduced racial intolerance has also carried over to the various pantheons of Eberron. He has taken steps to learn about the gods of this new land, however it is more-so to discern if the taint of Dha’ark has wrapped it’s tendrils around Eberrons heart.
Kohl is willing to work with lesser races and followers of questionably chaotic gods to further his own goals of getting home. He still maintains his beliefs, and watches all, especially the cleric in his group, carefully. Should Sejik, follower of The Traveler, or any other member of his group exhibit any traits akin to the followers of Dha’ark or become tainted by Dha’ark, he will purify them with the fires of Torval.