Nerev was one of the earliest player characters to appear in Path to Power and amongst those who applied for the position of War Master. When Shiir became War Master instead, Nerev became a warrior under his command. He died in combat some time during the Dvaraka War.
Nerev was a Tei'kaliath male of average height who dressed in an all yellow long sleave shirt and pants combo. His spiky hair was kept cut short and dyed black.
(Chapter 1, Day 5, Page 4, 10/28/07) - LA panel two: Stands forth as a war master candidate.
(Chapter 1, Day 14, Page 1, 5/9/08) - LA four: seen fighting in the background during the Slaver Ambush.
(Chapter 1, Day 36, 12/19/08) - EA panel one.
(Chapter 1, Day 40, 1/23/09) LA panels five and six: accidentally shot in the bum with an arrow, chasing the perpetrator, then mediation.
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Non-canon (roleplay) Character Background.Edit
Nerev served as a 'grunt' in Shifaye'sindil's military, following in the footsteps of his father, who died in combat when Nerev was very young. Serving primarily in the Defense Force, where he specialized in combat in medium and heavy armor armed with sword and shield, Nerev began studying texts on magic as well as military strategy and command in hopes of rising to a leadership position. He had some talent with basic fire magic, but was unable to salvage any of his books on magic during the Exodus and thus lacked the knowledge to improve his skills.
Nerev's parents are both deceased, and his only brother was killed in the attack. He did not marry and has no known children. He received some minor injuries during the fighting, but most of these wounds had healed. He was also known for his stamina and ability to survive on small rations of food and water, a trait he claimed was passed down from his father to himself and his deceased brother.
He was fiercely loyal to Ill'haress An'jhali and the Tei'kaliath clan, but had a tendency to assume he is among the more intelligent members of the clan and that his advice to the Ill'haress was the only advice worth following. This did not endear him to many fellow members of the clan, though he was willing to abandon his standpoint when swayed by another's arguments and always accepeds without hesitation any decision made by the Ill'haress that went against his advice.