Paladin of Moradin -- deceased
Kalad is tall for a dwarf, thickly muscled, but his beard was savagely cut from his face during his torture at the hands of the Orcs invading through the Monastery of the Sundered Chain. Even when fully recovered, he has a haunted look about him, for he’s plagued with the horrors of the attack.
Kalad wears plate armor and carries a greataxe that he wields with great efficiency.
Deeply pious, as one would expect of a holy warrior, Kalad spends a portion of each day in deep prayer, calling out to his god for guid- ance, comfort, and a renewal of his resolve
to continue his fight against the darkness. Outside these private times, Kalad is friendly, if gruff, constant in his support, but always detached. He doesn’t have much use for humor and ignores the banter of those around him. He has a mission and he intends to see it to its end. He might be reserved in his relations, but the PCs couldn’t ask for a more committed ally. Kalad sees the PCs as divine agents— heroes sent by the gods to save him and reveal to him his life’s purpose. Thus, he watches the characters for further revelations that might shed light on what lies in store for him next.