Anonymous>> #1625187 Posted on 2014-10-28 17:27:51 (Report as spam) Score: 0 (Vote Up) I can tell you as someone that put my character with Pannae that meeting him was like beginning a father disappointed by a childs choices in life then finding out it wasnt there fault and you die alittle inside hating yourself and you go whole battles with Yarne, Pannae and your Daughter Morgan who are all bunnies, and enjoy life together like you never could with them before.
Anonymous>> #1762418 Posted on 2015-06-21 22:59:59 (Report as spam) Score: 2 (Vote Up) As a Robin that was Yarne's father I can tell you it plays out like a melodrama between a father and son. A father disappointed by his sons cowardice and hesitation in a middle of a war My wife and I have killed and bled for. My son with an abandonment complex after his father and mother left to defeat Grima then never came back. As the war goes on Yarne reconnects with his sister Morgan who he once again feels betrayed when she has no memories of him, but they come together anyways and Yarne opens his heart to her and eventually his mother. His confidence increases fighting alongside his mother and sister did not go unnoticed. His father Robin could see the coward he had met was a proud warrior and they reconcile their differences.