I am one, my liege,
Whom the vile blows and buffets of the world
Have so incens’d that I am reckless what
I do to spite the world.
William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the Red King of the Scots
Fuyrin al’Krul is the 124th and last Crimson King, and the last al’Krul pretender. He was killed at the battle of the Rilannon Fields by ser Norman Daegoln.
Norman recalls his duel with the fallen Red Lord as the thougest fight of his life. Put to the test by the mythical ”Demon-Eyes”, Norman believes he had dreamt of becoming Ithildir Merethil but had lost all his dreams in his duel.
In Chapter 5: Verifying an Obvious Truth, Norman said ‘part of the redlord’ reborns every night, in his nightmares.
Notorious as the Defiler, or the Bloodthirsty by Imperials, minstrels and bards deem him a tragic rohanian figure, who, as the last of a compromised race, tried to uphold his infamous’ dynasty’s traditions.
According to the scholars of the Silver Bow’s university of Anvil, Fuyrin faced an almost certain defeat when he marched against Arius the Usurper at the Rilannon Fields.