A child forged in war, Angry Spirit's mother was taken as spoils in a raid on her cinderland village. She was held captive five days until the neighboring tribes could muster enough men to repel back the orc band, but not before her life had changed forever. Angry Spirit was thus named for the traumatic birth wrought on his mother. Though the tribe tried to live with him as one of their own, his very exisitance was a harsh reminder of the cruelty the orcs of Belkzen could and would inflict upon them again and again. Armed with shamanistic tribal knowledge of his clan, Angry Spirit set off into the orc infested lands to face his darker side. The orcs were mercilious, often spewing insults to a weaker cur. Angry spirit used strength and wisdom to prove himself among the orcish people. Several trials would be tested against him and orish blood always followed his path. In Scarwall, Angry Spirit, learned the teachings of Gorum, his war god and tempered his skills with a greatsword on the battlefield. Still, he would know no inner peace. His walk among the orcs only churned his inner anguish and he knew he would never truely be accepted by anyone but Gorum. He eventually left Scarwall to take up a pilgrimage of endurance. One Gorum would see as worthy. The weight he carries accross the world will be appreciated in stories and songs sung as battlecries for years to come with the clashing of steel and the letting of blood.