Hey everyone. I've been sort of lurking the LCC posts and stuff and finally decided to sign up for the forums and give it a go. I was planning on making a character, but I don't know how he'd fit in, faction wise.
The basic backstory was that he was born an orphan, raised a thief, eventually spent some time raiding caravans with a small group of highwaymen, but his group was all killed except for him, because the (not so) Noble leading the attack found something very peculiar about him. When his scraggly hair was cut short, and his face cleaned, he looked near-identical to a very important political figure, Mark of Falworth. The corrupt noble decided to take him in, and spent the next 2 years teaching him how to write and read, the ways of the court, basic swordplay, and even how to play the lute, all in preparation to impersonate Mark of Falworth for the corrupt Nobles ends.
Fast-forward another 2 years later, and he's grown to love his home in Loreos, it's people and it's customs, and spends most of his time touring around Loreos, playing his lute for coin.
My question is that would he still count as an outlaw, or as a citizen of Loreos, now that he's asserted himself into Loreos society?
Sorry for the long post, I tend to get carried away when writing
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