Theogorn, explorer of Fangorn
Theogorn is the son of a well established inn-keeper in Beaconwatch. He himself chose the path of the hunters. He was famed for killing many boars, but his greatest deed was venturing into the notorious Fangorn forest, a daring act for which he is, even now, still known for. It is said that he lost his wife in childbed and that he ventured into the open world of Middle-Earth in a flare-up of desperation.
This man is quiet of nature and likes to stay in the background, but he will not deny company. He's soft and friendly and he is bright, though he likes to keep things simple and to be underestimated by others. In the woods he feels comfortable and this gives him courage and confidence. However, he's deadly scared of fire. He worries often and sometimes shows signs of cowardice. His mind is quickly stuffed, making him a troubled man, and only a good cup of coffee can make him relaxed again.
He is skilled enough in the martial arts with the sword. He knows the history of his country well, but also possesses useful knowledge about Dunland and their tribes, as he traveled there long ago for scouting. He cannot write or read, but plays the flute in his free time, singing many songs. He's precise in the rohirric language, but also masters the common speech. He is very useful as an interpreter.
Coffee, his horse, the wild, snow, music, tales
Beer, noise, fire
Once bitten, twice shy