|Citizen of Eleusis||No Guild||Junior priest in the Order of Genesis|
"Tarakin the White" with birth certification: 8-9-1993.
Tarakin hails from the village of Eleusis.
Tarakin is not a member of any guild.
His profession belongs to the Mage class.
Tarakin was an Enchanter of Parrius for most of his Avalon life. He lived for the fight, and his arch-enemy was Rack of the Sorcerers. Tarakin's fighting prowess was renowned, and he is second only to Calladan in the roll-call of first century Mages. His undying loyalty lay absolutely with the god of time, in whose Order Tarakin was a beloved follower.
Story recounts how Tarakin made the first voluntary penance - in the days of extreme mortal loyalties and self-criticism - after his abject defeat by Isildur in one of the land's most memorable contests that to this day forms the basis of the Bard profession's sense of formidable potential. Tarakin felt so distraut at his loss, he offered ALL his held inventory to Castigere, god of justice (Isildur's patron) then ALL of his worn inventory to Genesis (his personal patron) whom he felt had been let down.
Tarakin called this an act purification and self-abnegation. It is undeniable his resurgence from the voluntary Avalon month doing duties of a lowly acolyte fed a hunger and erased the defeat he'd suffered. He rejoined the battlefield and never again endured such a loss; and for a time Tarakin was the finest Mage fighter of his era.
Tarakin is now an NPC fluctuating between Level 7, 8 and 9, representing the Mage profession.
Tarakin was noted as having became a certified True Fighter - completing the TRUEFIGHTER deed - in days of yore. Recognition came in Springflower 1380 aDW.
Tarakin successfully completed the STONEDANCE deed (danced with the standing stones) on the 14th day of Midsummer 1452 aDW. It is an achievement rated undeniably testing.
Tarakin is known to be active in Avalon at this time.
If you wish to know more about Tarakin, type HISTORY TARAKIN to read his detailed character history. Check out LIFESTORY TARAKIN to read what TARAKIN has written of himself in his own words.