mm_kippur: (Kale/Trever Dark)
Kippur ([personal profile] mm_kippur) wrote2009-02-04 10:57 am
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muse bio #2

Kale and Trever Delvar

Star Wars OCs

Born a small while after Order 66, Kale and Trever with their older brother Naldin were raised out in the middle of no where on an outer rim agrarian planet by their Jedi Master in Hiding father, Calenvir, and Ex-Jedi Hunter mother, Talia. The twins were born with an exceptionally strong Force bond which at times seemed to blur their individuality.

The two of them left home after they believed their father to be dead. Trever leaving first and Kale following. Trever fell into the influence of a dark Jedi, Kree'sha, and started down the Dark Side. While he's halted somewhat, he finds he can't go back to the Light Side as it doesn't hold true for him.

Kale on the other hand found the Nexus where he met a version of the Exile named Tobias. Tobias decided that the young Force user needed training least something bad happen and agreed to take him on as a padawan. They moved into the basement of Tobias' old commander Revan who lived with Carcer (from the Discworld, yes it's weird) and they eventually became lovers.

The twins were reunited when Trever tried to bring Kale back to Kree'sha. It didn't quite work out. What did eventually happen was that Kale's pyschometry got out of control and the result ended up with a mixed personality of all he absorbed and then Tobias cutting him off from the Force at Revan's order. This severed their Force bond. Kale for a time was near catatonic but eventually clawed his way back to a semblance of life.

More time passed and they were eventually reunited with their family, estranged Revan and had much adventures of sorts. Then Tobias left leaving Kale heart broken and distraught.

Realizing that he'd never actually lived a life by himself and that he still didn't know who he was Kale too left asking Trever not to find him.

The twins are now trying to come to terms as true individuals without the other near by.

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