The Red Empire
A lithe 18 year old human caucasian male dressing in robes of yellow and green. Has an elaborate tattoo covering his left sholder and running up his neck to blanket the left side of his face. The design appears to incorperate some strange unknown runes
Lu-Chin can only barely remember the day that he was taken from his parents by the order. He recalls shouting, crying and the sight of a man bleeding in the snow. A man he can only assume was his father.
He was raised with strict discipline by the monks. Told that he was the latest in a long line of reincarnations of a long dead hero and that he had a destiny to fulfill
Lu-Chin’s childhood was harsh and bleak. It would have been unbearable if it were not for the kindness of the monasteries gardener, Chow-Lang, who took the lonely youth under his wing.
Lu-Chin was never informed of the details of his destiny. Being told that they would be revealed to him after his ceremony of manhood on the eve of his 18th birthday. However fate had other ideas.
As part of the coming of age ritual Lu-Chin was required to spend 40 days and 40 nights fasting in the wilderness. On his return to the monastery he was shocked to find that the building was razed to the ground and all the monks slaughtered by what appeared to be Red Empire troops.
Lu-Chin was able to identify all the bodies except Chow-Lang, who was no where to be found.
Now Lu-Chin wanders the earth searching for someone who may know of his destiny or be able to translate the markings of his tattoo.