Brother Scipio Harrow
A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.
Description: Eyes of a verdant brown flecked with streaks of green, dark and solemn as a woodland lake and fringed with lashes long and thick. There's a beautiful poise to this man, an elegance in the long, lean grace of his body and the fine structure of his features. His copper hair is left an unruly mop of curls that only emphasizes his youth, at seeming odds with the considered precision of his every movement.
Personality: Eternally vigilant, eternally watchful. The patience and calculating mind of an old soul combined with boundless wonder. Where many of his siblings might be described as fire and light, Scipio is deep waters deceptively still on the surface. A man for whom every action is weighed and considered long before it is taken.
Background: Scipio is the older of the twins, fifth of the seven Harrow siblings. Born to the Lowers to Herman and Mathilda Harrow, Iron Guardsmen both, and raised after their deaths by his grandfather, Scipio had no intention of joining the martial pursuits of older sisters Felicia and Amantha, or the more selfish ambitions of his brother Valarian. Nor did he find his calling in the crafting skills of older sister Cufre or youngest brother Arion, but rather found inspiration and desire in the stories of his grandfather.
The quiet one, the peace-maker. As one of the youngest, Scipio's mere presence would encourage the older, more fractious siblings to behave in order to become a better example for him, and it is this calming presence that initially carried him to his service as a Whisper. A storyteller and historian, Scipio has made it not simply his duty, but his goal, to try to learn all that he can about the past and about humanity's new allies.
It wasn't long before Scipio's sense of duty abruptly took him down another path, and after amicably leaving the Whispers, he took the vows of the Godsworn. However quiet and whatever turns his path has taken, Scipio's youth is tempered by that same Harrow determination that has marked his siblings, even if the life he has chosen has largely separated him from them.