During the Sun Rune War, when the Lord of Lelcar fled, Orok persuaded him to loan it out. The leader of the Loyalist Army, Freyjadour Falenas went to Lelcar and rescued the conscripted boys that was captured by Orok's underling.
Later Zahhak burned down the Western Islet and Orok immediately ordered his men to put out the fires and help the civilian to evacuate the place, he also went there to help the people. Volga and Wasil saw how much Orok love the town and it moved them to help Orok.
After seeing how evil Zahhak and the Godwin's are, Orok join in the Loyalist Army. After the war, he devotes himself to rebuilding Lelcar, but disappears mysteriously just before its successful completion.
Role in the GameEdit
Joins automatically after the battle of Lelcar.
Orok's units have the stat-lowering Muddle ability, which is inferior to Charge on land, but superior at sea.
- Orok´s an influenital man, especially in Lelcar. He controls the western islet. His men look intimidating but, just like Orok himself, they´re all pretty good guys.
- The mansion he´s using belonged to Lord De Beers. When De Beers was about to flee, Orok persuaded him to loan it out.
- He says he´s against the Godwins right now on account of their hypocrisy, but his core beliefs haven´t changed. That´s probably why he still argues with Volga so much.
- My Ex-Bodyguard
Not to question your decision, but your 'bodyguard' isn't even a match for the people she 'protects'! Plus, she eats like a horse...
- Old Junk
Some of Lord De Beers' books are still in the mansion, so I thought I'd have old Alhazred take them away. But he told me he didn't want any of them, that they were all 'worthless, common paperweights.' It would be such a pain to throw them all out. I almost wish they were all just burned...