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Joint Interview with Jikkun & Nevon


Joss: Tell us your name and a little about yourself.

Jikun: What? Truly? I just answered this god-damn question. If they didn’t read the interview prior they certainly aren’t going to put up with Navon babbling all over the place.

Navon: And so it has begun. (Jikun complaining in the background*) Beside me is Jikun Taemrin, the prestigious and incredibly talented former general of Sevrigel. Boorish, to be sure. He grew up with something close to a barbaric childhood and has an underdeveloped talent for both poetry and cyromancy.

I am Navon Heltura, former captain of Sevrigel.

Joss: Would you elaborate on yourself, Navon?

Navon: Oh, no no. Jikun is right. I am not at all interesting. And if we don’t keep a quick pace on this, I’m afraid the general is liable to just wander of—There he goes already. GENERAL!—DISPLAY SOME MANNERS FOR THE LADY!

Jikun: (begrudgingly returns*) I can see their eyes glazing over from here.

Joss: What are some things that you like to do together?

Jikun: Taverns. War. Bicker. Women.

Navon: Let me clarify that: we do not do the same women together.

Jikun: I don’t know why that was necessary to clarify.

Navon: (flustered*) I meant, we don’t do the same women. (blushes*) I meant to say, I don’t “do” any of the women! I mean, I don’t have relations with women. No women! None!

Jikun: …Well that was embarrassing. Probably should have just let me answer this one.

Navon: My mind is still caught by the last interview!—I just wanted to clarify that you and I—

Jikun: The last interview?—What in Ramul are you talking about?

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Interview with Captain Navon


Tell us your name and a little about yourself.

I am Navon Heltura of Elvorium. “Heltura” means, in the Common Tongue, “mountain born.” As both my parents abandoned me in my home city in the Æntara, the name was quickly applied over my previous identity. But I assure you, I’m quite alright emotionally and otherwise. I joined the military and have found the culture of the Sel’vi to be very agreeable. Life worked out for the best.

What things do you like or dislike.

I have always had a particular hate for onions. Well, not all onions, but when they crunch, they’re revolting! Fortunately, this isn’t a common addition to elven dishes. As Jikun has a nasty habit of dining in low-bred taverns, I’ve unfortunately run into this human tendency to ruin food by this method more than a couple of times.

Speaking of human taverns: I also dislike them.

As for my likes, I’m not a picky elf. I find most things agreeable to some degree. Elvorium boasts such advances in magic, poetry, song, and dance, one can find little to complain about!

Any love interest in your life?

No, I’m afraid I have not had the time for such things. I have been on the road so often as of late that I swear the only women I see are those that sneak down from the general’s quarters at daybreak. And a particular, blue-eyed, blue-haired grouch who reveals herself in fits every time I so much as whisper the word necromancy.

What’s your relationship with your general, Jikun?

We are very close. It’s difficult to form a strong bond with your subordinates, but the general, that is, Jikun, has always shown a particular ease around me. But he ruffles up at the mention of anything personal. The Darivalians can be so standoffish!

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Interview with General Jikkun

Jikun Character Interview


Tell us your name and a little about yourself.

General Jikun Taemrin of Darival. I understand that “Darival” means absolutely nothing to most of the people reading this, so I will assist putting a picture to mind: imagine a frigid, wild, and yet vacant landscape where beasts lurk beneath the snow to devour wayward pricks from the south. And that’s the beautiful homeland of the north.

What things do you like or dislike.

I enjoy liquor, hunting, and the private exploration of poetry. And sugar. Gods, there was never enough sugar up north. In the capital, you can practically bathe in it… And I’m fairly certain some of those whores do. (smirks*)

I have a particular hatred for arrogant, corrupted, or naïve politicians—kings always included—but I don’t believe it is necessary to detail why. Poorly prepared venison, shoddy liquor, and the color yellow are only slightly more tolerable. Singing is invariably worse.

Oh. And I hate questions.

Any love interest in your life?

Whoever the coin purse will pay for.

What’s your relationship with your captain, Navon?

This is all private, right? Navon isn’t half bad. He grows on you. Sometimes I look over my shoulder and expect the little nursemaid to have sprouted blond hair and be balanced on an awkwardly shoved stick, but it hasn’t happened yet. As far as having someone at my back, I’d choose him every time.

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Character Interview with Scotty Williams

1.   If you had a free day with no responsibilities and your only mission was to enjoy yourself, what would you do?
I would most definitely get all my friends and loved ones together for a day of hanging out and gaming. We’d start off with Munchy Monster battles on our Gameguys and then follow on to a huge afternoon-long special of our favourite board game Dungeon Adventure. After that, I’d make sure to order loads of takeaway food and watch a ton of cheesy films together. That would be the best day ever! (And then when everyone went home maybe a cheeky snogging session with Vincent? Sorry, was that too much information?)
2.   What impression do you make on people when they first meet you? How about after they’ve known you for a while?
When people first meet me, they usually think I’m a dorky, socially awkward nerd. After they’ve known me for a while, they come to realise that their first assumptions were incredibly correct.
3.   What’s your idea of a good marriage? Do you think that’ll happen in your life?
To me a good marriage is being with that one person who really understands you and gets who you are. Someone you can just be yourself with a hundred percent. The person who is always fighting your corner and loves you just the way you are. Will it happen in my life? I really, really hope so… And I know who I want it to happen with… OK next question!!
4.   What are you most proud of about your life? (If they answer with something other than a personal statement, like a business achievement, ask “What about on a personal level?”)
I’m proud of myself for making it through secondary school without going insane or managing to get myself killed somehow.
5.   What are you most ashamed of in your life? (Again, if necessary ask “What about on a personal level?”)
There are a lot of things I’m ashamed of right now to be perfectly honest. I’m ashamed that I’m too scared to stand up for myself better against the bullying that’s been happening to me. I’m ashamed of a past relationship that should have never, ever happened. And I’m most ashamed of the huge lie I’m keeping from the people I love most. But I just don’t know how to make everything right again…

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