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Hetros was the first forge assistant to join Mari'ciel and was also there to help in many of her first projects. He now lives on the surface with the rest of the Tei'kaliath.
PtP1 appearance: Big, with usually closed eyes and orange hair that was tied back. He wore an orange workshop apron and tan pants.
PtP2 appearance: Placeholder.
(Chapter 1, Day 3, Page 2, 8/7/07) - EA panel one: Joins Mari'ciel as a forge worker.
(Chapter 1, Day 3, Page 3, 8/15/07) - EA panels one through three: Helps set up the work place with Mar'ciel. After her attempt to make a sword fails, he suggest that perhaps they should build the proper tools first.
(Chapter 1, Day 3, Page 4, 8/26/07) - EA panels five and six: Forge workers successfully make a primitive hammer out of metal scraps.
(Chapter 1, Day 3, Page 4, 8/26/07) - EA panel one: Standing in line to sign up for the tir'ay tournament.
(Chapter 1, Day 6, Page 3, 11/18/07) - EA panel six.
(Chapter 1, Day 7, Page 1, 11/25/07) - EA panel three: Experiments on a crystal brought by Katralya by applying heat. Crystal does not react.
(Chapter 2, Colony 31, 11/23/11) - EA panel three: First time in his Path to Power 2 outfit.
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Non-canon (roleplay) Character Background.Edit
Hetros was in charge his own forge before Shifaye'sindil fell. When the old clan fell he chose to help people get away rather than stand and fight, which may or may not have earned him a reputation for cowardice along with his personal philosophy of making armor rather than taking up arms. He knows how to use weapons such as war hammers and axes, he just prefers not to use them. He has natural fire sorcery, and uses it to his advantage while in the forge to create better work and prevent accidents like the one that caused the scaring on the right side of his cheek as an apprentice.
He puts a lot of work into all his armor, even the non-metal sort, in some cases his armor can be considered a work of art, and he endeavors to make each set of armor unique in its own way, while remaining functional...