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Feanaro The king of fire

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Literally.
Feanaro is a brand new character, A day old in fact that i came up with on a whim while listening to Voltair and I've fell for him like a tonne of bricks.
He is at least as old as Del if not older, is a powerful necromancer and pyromancer.

Using his expertise in necromancy and his proximity to a volcano, he used a crystal from the volcano his home town was built under as a replacement for his own heart to tap in to the soul-stream that the gods (Anarretyn) use to channel their energy around and collect souls of his own, he has more or less rendered him self immortal. His drained, his veins now are coursed by the energy provided by the souls trapped in his crystalline heart and his body fuelled by the same inferno that renders his lands fertile.
More will be on my ask-escaped-from-hell on tomblr. (Eventually)

Sorry for the shitty background, I've not drawn anything in over a week due to an bad depression dive and am feeling fairly ill otherwise as well. But who cares about the background, huh?

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This looks badass, and the expression looks amazing! The runes that you put along his robe also make him look more like a mage, but I don't think the background really affects the picture, it looks extremely good!

Yea, who cares about the background!
Awesome :)

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Freyaloi
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