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"Godless? Why, I am the godliest man ever to raise sail! From Kingsport to Tur Dulra, when men see my sails, they pray."
—Zulu Tetzel, regarding his reputation as a pirate.
Captain Zulu
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Vital Statistics
Affiliation Children of Chaos

Thieves Guild

Position Captain

Pirate

Alias Anchor of Four Seas

The Paragon Pirate

Family Unknown
Born 1225 in Gea Kul
Status Alive
Attributes
Gender Male
Ethnicity Kehjistani
Height 6'4"
Alignment Neutral Evil
Captain Zulu Tetzel is a legendary pirate of the Four Seas. He is captain of the Far Storm, crewed entirely by ferocious men cursed to his thrall. He is known to affiliate himself with corrupted lords all around Sanctuary and contributes much of his piracy to large economical and political factions. His status as a pirate is legendary due to his vast empire of piracy, for sailing all around the world and for never being caught. In the Western Kingdoms, he is known as the Anchor of the Four Seas.

HistoryEdit

To be continued....

Appearance and CharacterEdit

Zulu is a wildly unpredictable man, known for his delight in playing vicious mind games and waging psychological warfare on anyone around him. He is hated by his allies and comrades for this reason. He is a skilled warrior and manipulator and is cunning, shrewd and ruthless. Since becoming a pirate, the Far Storm has sailed, pillaged and raped all over the known world. Zulu claims to have traveled to the Skovos Islands and even sailed the Frozen Sea and walked the smoking ruins of Arreat Crater.

Those who are close to Zulu find it is obvious that he shows signs of having what is known as a God complex, living a life of total and uninhibited dominion over any form of life he sees, people who will follow his every command; He proclaims himself a godly man, but shows no devotion to any particular religion. Those willing to follow him, particularly the crew aboard his ship, are often speculated to be cursed. Zulu has several bastard children but does not have any regard for any of them.