While traveling here and there, Deliane ran into the man that had saved her and Donithil one night back during the Scourge invasion. His name was Rolimar Dawnweaver and he sent Donithil on edge with how quick and close became to Deliane. The two kept in touch after the Sunblade twins had left land again, and it only became a matter of time that they had formed into something more. They went for a visit back at Quel'thalas just for Deliane to see him. She stayed there with him, time passing as Donithil would hop on and off the ship just to see his sister. Finally (too fast, according to Donithil), Rolimar had purposed, and Deliane immediately said yes.
Donithil made a proposition to his sister; during her engagement, he got time with his sister to stir up trouble like they used to, and every six months, he and Rolimar would switch until they were officially wed. Deliane agreed as did Rolimar, and the twins were reunited. They would work on the ship out at sea, or hop off and cause their own mischief, just like before.
Name: Donithil Sunblade
Age: 27 (human equivalent)
Description (Without armor and weapons): Donithil, much like his sister, is quite the looker. Even with the huge scar on his face, running from his cheek, down his jawline, and to his neck. He has the same light blonde hair, pulled back into a ponytail to make it easier when fighting, so not as to get in the way of his eyesight. A straight nose and a strong jaw, the matching eyes as most other Sin'dorei, though a cold look is usually there.
He stands at 6'4 with a muscular but agile build, making sure to keep himself constantly trained and ready for the next move the enemy may deal out, though he likes to be ahead of them by all means necessary. His hands are rough and his knuckles look practically raw from the punches he's thrown.
Donithil's body is covered in scars, unlike Deliane. He has the one on his face, along with others on his shoulders, arms, and legs, and only one on his chest. On one of his shoulder blades, much to Deliane's begging and pleading, Donithil had gotten a matching tattoo. It was a pirate helm with a sword diagonally going through it. He refused to get the other one just to match his sister, considering he doesn't like tattoos that much, especially on himself.
Equipment: Leaving the poison carrying to Deliane, Donithil prefers being packed with weapons. On his back, there is a oak carved bow, intricately designed with various symbols, none having specific meaning to Donithil. His father had picked it out for him long ago, but Donithil kept it in tip-top shape, the bow itself having the most meaning. The quiver holding his red fletched arrows is plain black, with a silver trim running along the hem of it, a black leather strap making it easy for him to carry across his shoulder and back.
One side of his belt, hangs a gun. It looks rather old, with a rusty brown color, a typical flintlock pistol. It's barely used, but has saved Donithil's life once or twice. One the other side of his belt, are two rapier swords tucked into one sheath, Donithil losing his other one at sea on a drunken night.
Mimicking Deliane, Donithil has daggers strapped to the inside of his calf-length boots, each poisoned by none other than himself.
Donithil wears black leather pants with a silver belt, his black boots having a silver trim and coming up his calf. Above his boots are worn, leather bandages. They once matched the color of his boots and pants, but have faded into a grey color over years of use. The upper half of his body is covered in a black leather tunic, his arms covered until his wrist, where his black, fingerless gloves take control. His chest piece goes up to his neck, though there is a tiny V-shaped dip, though it only shows his adam's apple.
Flowing behind him is a black cloak, matching that of Deliane's. He never wears the hood unless on important missions or to make stealth easier. Underneath his tunic, is a red linen shirt which is hardly noticable, if at all.
Brief History: Same as Deliane's (sparing myself typing and editing).
Why you are in the Brawler's Guild: He tells Deliane he's in need of money, which is partly true, but it's also for the thrill of the fight. He doesn't get to fight as often as he used to, especially with his sister ever since she became engaged.