: 90 (young for a teblor)
: Chaotic Good
Class (or approximation)
Toblakai is about two and a half metres tall. He has rough tanned skin which takes on a red tinge when he "rages" (see abilities). He wears a tattered brown tunic and long dark brown pants. He has black hair. Whenever you're near him you can seem to hear a clattering of chains and screams of the dead. Trained magic users often seem to see chains attached to his back, trailing off into the distance.
Found a few pics for Toblakai:
Shows how big he is...Also this sword is better.
Face is better, except he has hair. And those aren't scars on his face it's a tattoo he got at one point in the series that makes his face look shattered, like a broken windscreen (that doesn't have any glass missing) ugh, you know what i mean...
Anyone who wants to stickatar him can feel free to...
Equipment and Abilities
: He carries a huge stone sword, usually strapped onto his back, with the hilt sticking up over one shoulder.
It's about a metre and a half long. He also carries a shorter wooden sword, which is stuck through his belt.
He is immune to magic, due to a red oil he smears on his wooden blade which protects it and makes it virtually indestructible. When he kisses his blade (oral consumption of the oil) it send him into a frenzy (much like a barbarian's rage) which he stays in until he collapses from exhaustion, usually an hour or two...
However if the otataral dust/sword oil is heated and then exposed to magic, instead of just negating the magic, bad stuffs happens.
: Read the first few books in the series The Malazan Books of the Fallen. but the whole story short;
he grew up in the mountains with his tribe, went on a raid to kill "children" (humans). Instead he got captured, shipped off to another continent became friends with a few humans, made his stone sword, changed his way of life (less killing), is now hanging around doing not much at all except getting in peoples way.
anyone who HAS read The Malazan Book of the Fallen, especially if they have read further than me (i've only read the first four so far), i'm sorry if my changing of the character offends you.