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Konstantin Lunastus
Character information
  1. Alias
    Sir Konstantin
  2. Mental
  3. Morale
  4. Date of birth
    2033-12-25 (10 years old)
  5. Place of birth
  6. Nationality
  7. Ethnicity
  8. Languages
    Finnish, Norwegian, Russian
  9. Relationship
  10. Family
    Cuthbert's Flock
  11. Religion
    The Word of Saint Cuthbert


  1. Height
    162 cm
  2. Weight
    81 kg
  3. Build
  4. Hair
    Greyish Black
  5. Eyes
  6. Alignment
    Lawful Neutral
  7. Features
    His body is covered with various scars from his time as a prisoner and a bandit.
  8. Equipment
    Holy Text of Saint Cuthbert.
  9. Occupation
    Knight of Saint Cuthbert
  10. Affiliation
    Cuthbert's Flock / The Knights of Saint Cuthbert
  11. Role


Personal History
- Born Christmas Day on 2033, Konstantin Lunastus was born into Cuthbert's Flock and christened the epithet Lunastus "Redemption". Cuthbert's Flock was an Unorthodox Christian cult which led nomadic lives avoiding outsiders like the plague and seeing themseves as the true inheritors of The Garden of Eden. However they would never be delivered to The Garden as in the Autumn of 2047 the Flock would face a terrible raid at the hands of bandits which would see the vast majority of their numbers dead or otherwise captured as slaves. Konstantin would live as a captive to these raiders until 2053 at the age of 20 after years of servicing them he escaped under the cover of night, braving the frigid winter wasteland northward until he made it to Nyheim. With him he carried nothing other than the clothes on his back and an old Cuthbert Holy Text.
Even after years as a captive, a bandit, and a survivor, Konstantin never forgot the values taught to him in his youth as a member of Cuthbert's Flock and still follows the code set out to him. Thou shalt not kill. Thou shalt not steal. And above all, Thou shalt defend the virtuous. After years of serving the bandits which enslaved and murdered much of his brethren Konstantin has never forgotten this code and now lives his free life with the zealous objective of atoning for his sins and living up to his namesake, for himself and his Flock.

Cutherbert's Flock
- Shortly after the infection began, before anyone knew what it would turn into, one man only known as Saint Cuthbert rallied what he called the True Believers and fled civilization. Initially called a mad man and cultist only about a dozen families of strongly devout and radical Christians followed him into the forests of Finland. When the plague evolved into what it is now however those numbers exploded as hundreds of families fled the cities and villages in hopes of arriving at what they believed would be a new Garden of Eden. However Cuthbert's teaching instead preached that The Garden of Eden was instead a metaphor for the new world in which the True Believers would inherit if they followed the true word of the Lord and to begin doing so they must detach themselves from the wickedness which led to this apocalypse. Roaming Finland as a nomadic tribe the cult were peaceful and lived off the land, only taking up arms against raiders and bandits who would see them harmed. This way of life served the Flock well for many years.
By 2021 the climate began worsening causing harsher and harsher winters, all attempts to migrate to more habitable areas were met with fierce attacks from bandits who eventually continuously campaigned against the susceptible nomads. Forcing them instead to turn North many of their numbers dwindered including Saint Cuthbert himself with his last words being, "The Kingdom... The Kingdom lays to the North." Taking his final words as gospel the Flock marched on until reaching the outer regions of Nyheim. Finding the climate surprisingly comfortable and the area much safer than those they left the Flock decided to migrate exclusively within the Nyheim wilderness.
The Flock enjoyed many more years of peace and prosperity, even taking in new members from local populations until the Autumn of 2047 which would see the Flock entirely dismantled in a horrendous raid which saw most of its members murdered and the remainders enslaved by a band of marauders. Those spared death lived as servants or cattle, some younger members were fortunate enough to earn a keep within the bandit clan. Of these younger members many have discarded the teachings of Saint Cuthbert and instead taken up the livelihood of the same bandits which slew their families. A chosen few remained loyal to Saint Cuthbert and The Flock, escaping when the chance was given, however none escaped in any sizable number. Only lone deserters seeking atonement for their crimes against God.


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