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Author Topic: Sahil Bal  (Read 487 times)

Description: Warlord Prince. Tiger Eye to Purple Dusk. Played by Jammerz.

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Sahil Bal
« on: Apr 04, 17, 08:02:09 PM »
The Basics

Character Name: Sahil Bal (Sah-heel Bahl)
Nicknames: Sal (sahl)
Age and Birth Year: 33 / 159 AP
Race:  Nharkavan / Short-Lived
Caste: Warlord Price
Birth Territory: Nharkava
Home Territory: Nharkava

Birthright Jewel: Cut Tiger Eye
Offering Jewel: Uncut Purple Dusk

Role: Province Ruler of Goa
Faction: N/A

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Play By: Vishal Raj
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Personality


Personality:
Cold and calculating is the best description for the Warlord Prince. Learned and intelligent, Sahil is a man that knows no bounds when it comes to getting what he wants. For some, ambition is simply a word used as motivation to act. For him, it has become a lifestyle built on the backs of those that he and his family used as stepping stones to maintain and further an existence based on wealth. It wasn’t enough that those Sahil held at arm’s length should feel unease around him, but there should be some measure of fear gained by merely being in his presence as well. Coercion, intimidation, and fear were several tools among many used as a means to an end. An end that Sahil could always envision and dream about, but never quite within his reach. A mindset like this is not a natural one and must be planted as well as nurtured from a very young age by a source with great authority. This authority would come in the form of a father that would rule, not raise his children. Punish, not praise. Indoctrinate, not develop. Tolerate, not care. Oppress, not accept. Over the course of his life, Sahil has developed a very complicated relationship with his father that rides a full spectrum of emotions and feelings for a man that has asked for nothing short of perfection. Even as Sahil and his siblings have come into their own, his father still seeks to press his influence on their lives. 

If asked what he strived for specifically, Sahil would probably give the very simple answer of power. The truth was that it was much more complicated than that. He knew that the word power encompassed many variables and the most important one to him was wealth. He believed that the acquisition and distribution of wealth is the key to maneuvering one’s self in the world of Blood. His father reiterated to him many times that Jewels could give personal strength, Caste could give you status, the Court could give you respect, but affluence was the foundation that tied them all together. He knows with the right amount of cunning, sprinkled with a bit of manipulation, a dash of promise, and topped with a generous amount of capital, the realm of possible ways to seize power was endless.

While Sahil believes it is in his best interest to be the unforgiving man that he can certainly be, there’s a part of him that’s a bit softer beneath the layers of unpleasantness. If his father was the architect of his son’s wickedness then his mother would be the opposite side of the same coin. A healer of both mind and body, she tried to instill more compassionate traits and saw the good in all people, including Sahil. Moral and virtuous qualities that only she could bring out. Her death at the taking of the territory Court was a major blow to the entire Bal family, and to Sahil whom with his mother’s loss, must deal with an anxiety disorder now known only to himself and his siblings.

There was no doubt that it would be a matter of time before these events in Sahil’s life would push him down a darker path. A path that was filled with a rage and violence that befitted a Warlord Prince, as well as a man that would do whatever it took to keep moving forward and up. Only those closest to him would be spared vicious outbursts, but barely. Those against him and even those that meant nothing to him, could be turned on at a moment’s notice. A rising power within Nharkava would soon know what it felt like to be to focus of his malcontent. As much as money made him happy, making those that participate in the Landen Rebellion suffer some sort of retribution would make him even happier. The more vicious, the better.

Now a Province ruler, Sahil is caught between the Glacian front and the Rebellion front, as well as the dealings of his own family. Everything that is his life will be put to the test, and the survival of the few things he cares for depends on his ability to see it all through.

Likes:
  • Privilege: Growing up in a life of inherited luxury wasn’t easy in the shadow of his father, but Sahil would never deny enjoying the things that the wealthy get to do. It has afforded him the opportunity to rub shoulders with the elite, travel where appropriate throughout the lands of Kaeleer, and opportunities to elevate his position further. He holds quite a bit more respect than the norm to those that are equal and above him in status, while snubbing those who he believes to be below him. Good things don’t usually last forever though, and at present he watches as his work fills Glacia’s coffers instead of his own.
  • Privacy: Sahil’s mind works best when he’s not distracted by being around other individuals. The nature of his lifestyle makes it almost impossible to get even a few moments of reprieve and this can be a very dangerous thing for himself and others around him. Even the smallest bit of recharge in solitude can abate his irritability. Other things that Sahil enjoys doing while in the company of only himself are reading, contemplation, planning, and smoking.
  • Sensimilla: It’s the drug that takes the edge off the stress and rage that make up much of Sahil’s life. Used sparingly when both his mother and brother were around to be the calming voice of reason, present times puts him almost on the brink of addiction. With the loss of his mother and his brother barely being able to tap into his Jewel power enough for Calming Rage, turning to drugs was the logical choice. On top of keeping his temper and aggression in check, the drug also acts as an inhibiter for his debility.
Dislikes:
  • Uncleanliness: Unless it’s out of his control, Sahil prefers to be clean. Especially his hands. There’s something about dirt and grime on him that can drive him out of control if he pays enough mind to it. To him, being a little dirty is worse than being completely filthy. He figures that it must have something to do with his anxiety disorder since the cleanliness of others, or lack thereof, affects him the same way. It can be as off-putting to him as an unsavory odor.
  • Surprises: Sahil is very meticulous when it comes to planning. He believes the greatest amount of success in all things stems from the ability to plan properly and minimize the unexpected. Unforeseen occasions that are unpreventable do happen, but it’s the frequency and the consequences of these types of instances that would annoy him. Even worse would be that the cause was not of his own doing and someone else’s fault, whereas retribution is almost certainly guaranteed.
  • Landens: Third tier by any stretch of the imagination below Blood and Jewel-less Blood, Sahil recognizes that Landens are the working class of the world and that’s simply how things work. The natural order dictates that those with power stay on top and those without serve below, yet the Landens seem to have forgotten their place in Nharkava. Sahil believes they can never be the equals of the Blood and that their efforts to try and force the issue are in vain. With so much going on in the territory, Landens continue to exploit distractions by continuously biting the hand that feeds them. Insurrection is not easily forgotten though, and as long as Sahil is alive the debt owed by the Landens will not easily be repaid.
Fears:
  • Collars: For a man that believes there are few limits to the extent of his reach, Glacia’s collars are a very frightening reminder that such a limit begins and ends with them. Sahil feels it is a symbol that strips an individual of both freedom and free will, seeking to keep the wearer in a constant state of submissiveness. Only wanting to be accountable to himself, the collars cause a great deal of anxiety for someone with Sahil’s personality and there is little to be done about it lest Nharkava sheds a little light on Glacia’s shadow.
  • His anxiety: For quite some time, Sahil has hidden his anxiety disorder from those outside his immediate family, though his father is also unaware of it. When unchecked, it comes in the form of the smallest details becoming bothersome. A pen not flushed to the corners of a desk or even the smallest grain of dirt on a flawless surface makes Sahil feel uneasy. The disorder comes and goes, usually riding on any negative waves of emotions at the time, but small physical ticks such as the constant rubbing or tapping of his fingers might accompany an episode. Without the healing and calming touch of his mother, Sahil has turned to Sensimilla as a means of control. His biggest fear is that someone will learn of his weakness and use it to exploit him or even worse.
  • Rebellion: Revolts are on the rise in Nharkava and the Landen rebellion against the Blood of their homeland takes center stage. Even though Sahil considers Landens to be at the bottom of the food chain, there is a real threat to consider once their methods focus on violence. Not only do they have the numbers to cause a considerable amount of damage, but there are also Blood that align themselves with the Rebellion’s cause. Couple this with another rebellion that runs parallel in hopes of pushing an angry Glacia out of a desperate Nharkava, and you have the perfect ingredients for a disaster of a recipe.   
Craft Strengths:
  • Compulsion: The tongue itself can be a formidable weapon. A mere whisper from Sahil can coerce an individual to do something that they might not necessarily want to do, or create impulses that are not entirely of their own volition. There are quite a few factors that need to be considered before performing the Craft, but successful outcomes are most certainly worth the risk.
  • Incite Rage: It’s no secret that Sahil surrounds himself with strong, capable males. A Warlord Prince is always a force to be reckoned with and when he can share his rage with other males around him then that Warlord Prince becomes a constant threat. It might also paint a continuous target on his back, but anyone with a little common sense might first consider the cost of being the object of Sahil’s ire.
Craft Weaknesses:
  • Jewel Management: Someone who uses their Jewels to their fullest must have a fine measure of control and balance. Sahil’s instability when dealing with his unstable anger can severely hinder his ability to manage the power of his Jewels. Stressful situations that require finesse in Jewel use can quickly turn awry. Too much, too little, and misjudging power can put him at a great disadvantage when he needs it the most.
  • Travel: A product of privilege, the joys of not expending any power to ride the winds because you can afford the luxury of a carriage soon turns into regret when you realize you’re as proficient at ending up where you want to be as a feather tossed into the middle of a storm. Sahil doesn’t ever ride the winds on his own unless it is a last resort.
Life Story

Family:
Mother: Sati Bal (Sah-tee Bahl) / Healer / 61 (131 AP) Yellow - Rose / Deceased or missing
Father: Malpaka Bal (Mal-pah-kuh Bahl) / Prince / 67 (125 AP) Purple Dusk - Sapphire
Brother: Dulal Bal (Due-lahl Bahl) / Warlord / 27 (165 AP)Tiger Eye - Summer Sky
Sister: Raewaiti Bal (Ray-wah-tee Bahl) / Healer / 30 (162 AP) Yellow - Tiger Eye

History:

There are few things in a child’s life that are as impactful as the guidance of a parent. Like clay, young Blood are molded at an early age from many different sources, but parents are the first hands in play to shape the lives of their progenies. Therefore, Malpaka Bal, father of Sahil Bal, did everything in his power to make sure that his son was made in his image. As a child, Sahil could remember nothing less. The earliest days were filled with eagerness to learn from a figure that he perceived as powerful and knowledgeable. Tough days that were seldom spent indulging in the joys of youthful exuberance and more exercising the strict protocol of the Bal household. Malpaka controlled every facet of the life of his wife and firstborn. As oppressive as it might seem, at a time when a Glacian-infused Nharkava struggled to keep itself afloat, the Bal’s continued to live a relatively affluent life. It was one of the reasons that his father’s stringent ways went unchallenged for a time. As a boy, it was easy for Sahil to accept Glacia as Nharkava’s saving grace. Especially when one lived as sheltered a life as he did thus far.

Firm obedience to all orders was the best way to appease his father as Malpaka rarely asked and usually demanded. Sahil learned quickly that questioning or disobeying the laws of the household meant mental and physical punishment. His mother, ever the loving wife that he knew took pity at what her son was going through, was not exempt from Malpaka’s harsh reprisal. Unbeknownst to Sahil during the years before his Offering, Sati absorbed the brunt of Malpaka’s dreadful nature towards his own family. Often stepping between father and son as the calming voice of reason when Malpaka’s temper surged for whatever reasons. She knew that her husband’s volatile ire was rare for a Prince, but she was also aware that the older Sahil got, the more he would grow into the temperamental Warlord Price that he was meant to be. She was an underappreciated strength in a home that would soon welcome two more children the family.

As a young man growing up, the focal point of Sahil’s studies had been learning the ins and outs of the family business. It wasn’t just something his father had forced him into, but Sahil’s own motivations took over as well. The import and export of precious stones was a lucrative endeavor, and the Bal family had made a fortune being facilitators of the Nharkavan trade machine. Local merchants already had a tough time appropriating the goods to sell to make a living, so turning to middlemen like Malpaka and Sahil to procure them had become necessary. This obviously meant that the merchants would get taken advantage of. Heavy fees levied against the wholesalers turned into a wealth that Sahil hungered for. He also looked-for ways to squeeze every bit of effort from the excavators that employed Landens to mine the mountains. He even wanted to expand his knowledge of the world beyond the borders of Nharkava in hopes of extending a business reach far into Kaeleer. He had the money to do so, the means, and an ambition that seemed to be steadily outgrowing the shadow of his father. A small part of his desires would be fulfilled for a time. He travelled frequently, associated himself with foreigners, connected with the Nharkavan elite, and made a name for himself by being as cutthroat as Malpaka wanted him to be. Then it all started to change. Glacia’s tendrils tightened on Nharkava and her people. No one would be exempt from the consequences and nothing would ever be the same again.

Glacia’s help would not come free. They were not just there to assist with strengthening the land, but there to annex it. The assimilation of Nharkava into the Glacian way of life, their culture, and their religion had been underway for quite some time, and their religion was a terrifying one. Malpaka had since steered his family into a political position of which initially caused Sahil dismay. He wanted nothing to do with anything that would keep his father’s totalitarian control over them, but there was little to be done about it. Glacia leeched the land, households, and livelihoods. On the other side of the same coin of disarray, Landens were becoming increasingly infuriated by the Blood that ruled over them. Their rebellion strengthened and this caused major issues for Sahil’s trade operations. The southern mountains weren’t just for ripe mining operations anymore, they were perfect for the foundations of the Laden rebellion and it seemed the Queen of their Province supported what Sahil considered a travesty.

Money, and a lot of it, was used to buy the Bal’s way into the Province Court. All would serve in some capacity. Sati and Raewaiti as healers, Dulal as a Court guardsman, with Malpaka and Sahil serving as administrators to the Queen. Sahil felt it was a complete waste of his talents as a Warlord Prince, and this caused a greater rift with his father. Those were tough days for Sahil where every little thing he thought that was an injustice to him set him off. Sati and Dulal did their best to keep him calm and ease him down from his anxiety attacks that were sporadic at best. His mother always tried to convince him that everything happened for a reason and that, even in the shadow of his father, that he’d be instrumental in things to come. She had no idea how right she would be. Sahil learned the best he could and soon came a time where, in his father’s absence for unspoken personal reasons, he’d have to administrate in his stead. He’d also have to become the confidant of a Queen that he abhorred. He was in a position of power, but he wanted more and he would find out that more always came with a cost.


His father was not around when the Queen sent her best healers to augment the Territory Court.
His father was not around when the same Territory Court was annihilated.
His father was not around when his wife had been listed among the dead or missing.
His father was not around to be there for his children when he was needed the most.
His father was not around to witness his son take hold of a Province.
His father was not around when the collar finally went around the neck of his son.

With Goa’s Queen being another casualty of the Territory Court massacre, the Warlord Prince attained a power that he never thought possible. However, what kind of power was it really under choking grip of the Glacians? What would he do with it? How far could he go with it? Where would loyalties lie? In uncertain times, there was only one thing that Sahil was truly sure of. It was that he’d seize every moment of it and make it his. No matter what the cost. No matter what needed to be done.

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Sahil had pushed back the thin drapes that lined the windows of the coach they had ridden. The world outside was still dark save for a brilliant streak of mixed orange and red that ran across the horizon from a sunrise yet to be born. They had left hours ago and now that they were minutes away from their destination, Sahil wished that there were still more hours left to go. He was nervous and it showed. He didn’t even realize that he had been constantly rubbing his thumb and forefinger together until Raewaiti reached across the small space to steady him. His dark eyes met her own for a few moments before his hand was jerked back closer to his own body. Raewaiti adverted her eyes briskly, met the gaze of her other brother, before turning her head away from both in a bit of embarrassment. “I appreciate the gesture, sister, but you are not her. You will never be h…” He was sharply cut off. “I never presumed to be, Sahil.” Her voice heavy with accent and carrying a bit of a bite. She crossed her arms over her chest and he knew it was going to be the end of that conversation, but looked to his brother Dulal to see if he had any dialog to add. He did, and thankfully, changed the subject at the same time.

“You know we didn’t have to make this trip. None of us did.” Sahil ran a hand through his hair and absentmindedly fingered the Purple Dusk stone between his partially unbuttoned shirt. Dulal continued. “We could’ve just let him fade away.” It took Sahil a lot to swallow down a second’s worth of intense anger that both his siblings psychically felt as both shifted uneasily. “I think we can all agree that he is perhaps the worst of what is left of this family, but…” He took a long breath and stopped short of continuing that sentence. “I don’t expect you both to walk out there with me, but I wanted to give you the opportunity to do so.”

The coach stopped suddenly and while Dulal and Raewaiti began with the nervous glances, Sahil balled both hands into fists. He would not allow his father to see any weakness as soon as he stepped from the carriage. As he gave each sibling a questioning look, one of the escort guards opened the door. Giving them a moment to reconsider, the unchanging expressions on their faces told him that he’d be facing Malpaka Bal alone.

The path they took led them right to a terrace that was connected to a small villa kept snug against a hilly portion of Goa’s lush jungle. The vantage point allowed for a breathtaking scenic view of northern Nharkava. Sunrise had come and Sahil would have fancied a glance if he weren’t taken aback by the older man nonchalantly basking in the morning sun, stirring a glass of what he knew to be herbal tea. For the time that he was standing only several feet away, his father gave him no acknowledgement of being there. If the man was trying to illicit emotion from his son then the scowl that was forming across Sahil’s lips would hold back none of it.

“I knew you’d come.” Malpaka called out. His gaze was still looking out towards the beyond but his hand beckoned Sahil to come closer. He hesitated. Unsure that he should give in to his father’s dispassionate summon. “There is a time and place for pride, Sahil. I assure you that this is not one of those times.” The man with those dark, brooding eyes and long flowing hair took the first few steps towards the veranda. “If not pride then what is it the time for?” Sahil ascended the few steps to where his father sat comfortable and continued. “Hate? Pity?” A pause. “Retribution?” The glass was barely touching Malpaka’s dark lips as he finally glanced Sahil’s way. The Warlord Prince’s stance and countenance could have moved mountains at that moment. He could’ve wounded his son by mentioning the collar he wore. He wanted to. That was just the nature of the life between him and Sahil. A constant back and forth that usually ended with his son yielding, but there was a strength in the Warlord’s eyes that he hadn’t seen before. “You didn’t come all this way to threaten me, did you, Sahil?” The hardness in his son’s eyes softened then. “Where have you been??” Malpaka’s lips pursed and he shook his head. Sahil continued unchallenged. “Do you have any idea what’s happened?? Messengers were sent everywhere looking for you and you were nowhere to be found! Do you even know…” Sahil hesitated. The look in his father’s eyes gave him the answer even before the question was finished. Malpaka set his glass down and slowly walked over to the railing, gripping the metal there firmly. “I know, Sahil.” There was a tremble in his father’s voice. It conveyed an emotion that was a rarity for him. “There is so much I want to tell you, son, but for your safety I can’t.”

It took a moment of silence for Sahil to gather his bearing and when he did, his gaze turned extremely vehement. However, he spoke with a measured calm that his father took notice of. “Mother died alone and that’s the best you can do? The Glacians put a collar around the neck of your child and that’s the best you can do?” Sahil smiled in irony and took a step towards his father who didn’t move an inch. “The one time your family needed you and that’s the best you can do?” He gave his father a few moments to respond, but the old man held firm. He finally realized it was a mistake seeking him out.

Sahil turned to leave without so much as another word but Malpaka briskly grabbed his son by the arm. It was quick enough to alarm the guards in which a few took a hold of the hilt of their swords, while several others readied themselves to use Craft. Dulal and Raewaiti slipped from the coach and all eyes were on father and son. Sahil raised his hand to keep his guardsmen at bay before turning his head in a sidelong glance at the man behind him. “I didn’t abandon you, your sister, or your brother, Sahil. I know that’s what you came to ask me. You know better than anyone that everything happens for a reason and these reasons will be revealed in time.” Sahil yanked his arm away quickly and began to walk away.

“I think it’s too late for that, father.” There was a rising rage in his son that even Malpaka couldn’t ignore. A rage the likes of which he had never seen in his son before. “Much too late.”

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Re: Sahil Bal
« Reply #1 on: Apr 04, 17, 08:03:25 PM »
Come on, big money!

Random jewel roll for this gentleman as well as four family roles please.

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Re: Sahil Bal
« Reply #2 on: Apr 04, 17, 09:11:11 PM »
Your General Random roll...

Weighed by Mother Night...

You've risen from the Darkness twice blessed with a cut Tiger Eye Birthright Jewel, and were gifted with an uncut Purple Dusk Jewel at your Offering.

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1. Purple Dusk - Sapphire
2. Yellow - Rose
3. Tiger Eye - Summer Sky
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Re: Sahil Bal
« Reply #3 on: Apr 05, 17, 12:29:48 AM »
Haha. Roller's got my Purple Dusk number. Thanks much, Phinn.

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Re: Sahil Bal
« Reply #4 on: May 17, 17, 05:44:55 PM »

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Re: Sahil Bal
« Reply #5 on: May 23, 17, 11:37:24 AM »
Keep please. Thanks.

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« Reply #6 on: Jun 15, 17, 11:14:49 AM »

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Re: Sahil Bal
« Reply #7 on: Jun 19, 17, 05:50:38 AM »
Keeping and ready for review please.

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« Reply #8 on: Jun 19, 17, 08:17:58 AM »
Added to the Review queue, but as this is for a wanted ad, it'll wait for Caryn's tag of approval before being reviewed.

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Re: Sahil Bal
« Reply #9 on: Jul 02, 17, 07:35:52 PM »
Sahil has my approval!




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« Reply #10 on: Jul 03, 17, 05:20:51 PM »

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« Reply #11 on: Jul 26, 17, 11:02:35 AM »

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Spoke with Jam. He's keeping Sahil.

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Re: Sahil Bal
« Reply #12 on: Aug 09, 17, 08:33:03 PM »
Ready for Round 2. Edits are underlined!

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