Young for an elven warrior, Adair maintains a positive, happy demeanor. He always hopes to find a pleasant, conversational way to resolve issues, knowing there is always time to work through conflict peacefully. Hard conflict is the choice of a weak spirit, though everyone must defend themselves from such choices.
Adair's life has been simple and comfortable. He learned to take from Aradia's bounty only what the tribe needs, how to use every portion of what is harvested. He helped clear land as the tribes agricultural efforts expanded. He helped raise new lodges as the tribe expanded. He competed with the other hunters in their displays of skill, always laughing and congratulating the more experienced who claimed victory.
On rare occaisions, he joined the other hunters to defend the tribe from raiders. These events were never celebrated, for it is an affront to all Aradia has provided to steal instead of learn to use the bounty yourself.
Originally, after learning of the arrival of the men from across the water, Adair did what most of his tribe did, and noted the stories, but saw no reason to involve themselves. As the seasons rolled by, however, news of the expansion and destructive nature of these men has been harder for Adair to ignore. He had to go see if they disrespect the land and Aradia's bounty as blatantly as described. What he has found has been worse than the stories described, and better.
Adair has taken to attempting to work with the outdoorsmen of these new humans, trying to teach them hwo to properly work with Aradia's bounty, hoping that they wil be able to curb the damage being done by their companions.