Depends on who you ask. My human name was Miach, however, today I am known as a storm-slave, nameless to a world that fears me.
Q2: What story (or stories) do you appear in?
I appear in The Reaper Realm: Threads of Compassion, along with a human by the name of Thistle.
Q3: How would you describe yourself?
Alone, reticent, and laconic.
Q4: What kind of character do you consider yourself: hero, villain, sidekick, supporting character, or extra?
During my life as a human, my people thought me a hero, now...I am a villains pawn, subject to my masters will.
Q5: What kind of talker are you?
I rarely enjoy conversation. Should you ask me a question, I shall answer when able, however, I prefer silence.
Q6: When given a task, how do you handle it?
Q7: How do you approach new ideas and concepts?
My reaction hinges upon the idea presented and from whom it originates.
Q8: Are you a homebody or world traveler?
To fulfill my masters evil order I am forced to travel the world. I no longer have a space to call home.
Q9: What was your childhood like?
The shaman from my village proclaimed that my soul was touched by the gods, casting me as an outsider to my peers when I was a boy. I found sanctuary in the woods surrounding my home. Once I learned to hunt and fish, much of my time was spent catching game in the solace of the forest.
Q10: Are you an optimist or a pessimist?
I am a realist; there is no place in my life for hope or fear.
Q11: What do you believe in the most?
The old ways of my people, honor, and love.
Q12: Do you live in the past, dream about the future, or remain grounded in the present?
I hold onto the past while living in the present, any future I have will be decided by them.
Q13: When meeting someone new, how trusting are you?
It is they who fear trusting me, I have no such worry.
Q14: What are your pet peeves?
Not being in control of my actions. I detest kneeling.
Q15: What is your strongest sense?
Whichever I care to enhance.
Q16: What moment are you the most proud of?
Helping defeat legions of Romans to protect my people and allied tribes.
Q17: What's the most embarrassing thing that has ever happened to you?
Every deed since my death eight hundred years ago.
Q18: If the author were to grant you one wish, what would it be?
To return home, become the person my shaman saw in me and continue my life as it was before my soul was reaped.
Q19: When you enter a crowded room, what is the first thing you notice?
The reactions to my presence.
Q20: What one question should this interviewer have asked, and how would you answer it?
Q: Why did you agree to this interview?
A: It seemed an amusing distraction while I waited for my informant. Friendly warning; avoid ships under the queens guard when traveling south.
If you are an author who would like to participate, you can find the 20 Question interview here.