- "Mullins is a valiant warrior and true; but none, I think, has ever called him cunning."
- —Alliser Hyun to Ikeda Cao.
Mullins the Mighty is a member of the Order of Crusaders. Having been an apprentice for his former master, Mullins took on the identity and role of the Crusader to fight corruption in the East. Mullins styles himself as a champion of a bygone age, who lives by the knightly codes of valor, justice, and courage. Above all, he is a lawful and devout follower of the Light.
During the Emergence of Evil he crossed paths with the Eternal Eight in which he helped cement the group into a formidable organization. By both the common folk and his peers, Mullins is a renowned warrior and experienced tournament fighter. His whereabouts remained unknown for several years until 1271 when he resurfaced.
Born Lawrence Daelloth in the district of Kurast Bazaar, he grew up with his lowborn grandmother after both his parents died to famine. He nearly died by a disease when he was an infant but miraculously survived. His grandmother brought him up in service to labor workers across the city and earned only one gold coin a day to provide himself with food. As Lawrence grew up he discovered a passion for bardic traditions, thus would sing and tell stories in city streets or corners. He attempted to join the Bard School to learn but was rejected. When he was eleven, he picked up his first sword and began training, eventually becoming a page to the city guard.
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Mullins, a highly decorated Kehjistani soldier and Zakarum Crusader, was inducted as part of the Eternal Companion's original assault force that put an end to the Emergence of Evil. After the conflict's resolution, the organization grew into a global institution, keeping the peace in a war-torn world. Mullins proved himself to be one of its most stalwart champions. Having served into his late fifties, Mullins was faced with mandatory retirement from combat operations. Despondent about being removed from active duty, Mullins feared that his days of purpose and glory had ended.