Most people would agree that Jachen Non is noone's friend. Perhaps the Azrai were willing to forgive his abrasiveness when they first encountered him, because after all, he had been imprisoned within the Citadel of Crux for a very long time. But even after being granted freedom, Jachen still treats everyone lucky enough to meet him with equal parts disdain, suspicion, and hostility.
“If you don'T SHUT THE HELL UP I WILL PERSONALLY RIP OUT YOUR TONGUE AND WEAR IT AROUND MY NECK AS A KEEPSAKE TO REMIND THOSE AROUND ME TO SHUT THEIR STINKING MOUTHS.”
Standing nearly 6 foot 9 inches tall and wider than some carriages, Jachen Non dominates whatever precedings he is mistakenly invited to. Intimidation is his weapon of choice, followed up by overwhelming violence if obedience is not immediately presented to him. His armor is clearly from a past age and is one of the most impressive fusions of function and beatuy that you'll ever see. He carries a greatsword of exceptional quality and a double barrelled rifle constructed by artisans long since dead. Both represent further additions to his already fearsome demeanor.
After the Azrai liberated Crux from the control of their "enemies", Crux has become a resistance base of sorts and the role of military leader of the tree city has returned to Jachen Non. Although many different military factions exist within Crux (e.g. Faerun, Doomguard, etc.), Jachen Non is the unquestioned head of security and as one might expect, he tolerates very little nonsense on his watch. Some speculate that Jachen Non, with the support of his sizeable regiment of Slayers, holds the true power in Crux.
|Characterization||Intimidating, Suspicious, Angry, Abrasive, Violent,|
|Capabilities||Besides terrifying everyone he meets, Jachen can call upon the might of a past age--the Crux native Slayers.|
|Allies/Contacts||Crux Native Slayers|
|Enemies||Anyone who disobeys him|
For some time many have speculated friction between Jachen Non and Veridis Mov. This mainly stems from their representative and competing authorities within Crux. Veridis is supported by the Council of Elders, while Jachen is supported by the native military. So far, no one can say for sure whether these rumors are true, but neither seem to speak to one another publicly.
The kidnapping of Veridis Mov is thought to be a major embarassment to Jachen Non since it could be viewed as failure on his part. Since that event, security patrols have tightened considerably and Jachen seems committed to personally tracking down anyone that breaks the very strict entry and exit rules.