(Chapter 1, Day 36, 12/19/08) - EA panel one.
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Non-canon (roleplay) Character Background.Edit
Before The Fall, Muna was a scholar, working in the archives of the old clan. He was the middle child of a large family and was relatively safe and happy. Some of his older siblings preached revolution and change, but by and large they were a model family. All that changed just days before the fall. The second son of the family went missing suddenly and without warning. Just a couple of days later, Muna's world was torn down around him. His family were cut down in the streets, only his older sister and younger brother surviving. As the survivors rallied and tried to make sense of what had happened, Muna's sister argued with him, blaming the Ill'haress for the city's ill forune and refusing to rally behind An'jhali on the exodus. She left with a splinter group and Muna has not seen her since. The march was hard on both Muna and his young brother. Muna toughened, became less jovial and more inward-looking. This helped shape him though, turning him from an ivory-tower scholar into a survivor and tempering his spirit and loyalty to the clan in the fires of travail. Alas, what made him stronger proved too much for his brother and he was layed to rest in an unmarked grave somewhere on the long road.
Once An'jhali called a halt to the long march in what was to become Ther'avare, Muna tried to settle back into his scholarly ways by joining the technicians, but somehow felt out of place. During the slaver crisis, he surupticiously watched the warriors fighting the slavers, not merely for their own lives, but for the sake of the whole clan. Something connected in Muna's mind and he respectfuly left the techs, joining the warriors and pouring his every waking minute into training and drilling. More than ever, his love for and his loyalty to the clan and An'jhali strengthened as he pushed himself to become both shield and sword, a guardian for the people and a weapon for the Ilhar to wield against her enemies.