This work is only in plan phase. The setting is a complicated steampunk fantasy with a lot of characters. This guy is one of the leads. He's Lawful Neutral to the extreme. Some think he might be the Anthropomorphic Personification of the Law, but he's just as mortal as others. Member of an elite order (a cross between knights, inquisitors and police), he spends most of his time chasing bad guys. This goes on quite well till the time he realizes the Order he was serving has sunk into corruption, the leaders killing off each other and teaming up with the Big Bad. He's shocked, as he had a very black & white view of the world. He never really had a life, only his profession. Not knowing what the hell to do now, he wanders in the city deep in thought, not quite noticing there is a civil war going on, till he meets his personal nemesis, a lovable rogue who turned into a healer. In other times, he would arrest the dude, but now there is no opportunity, plus the Order is fighting against the rightful ruler and his people. Big mess. He's also shot by someone random (not deadly, and nobody notices), and pretty confused. He wonders why the healer dude doesn't want to kill him while his own colleagues want. To add to the confusion, the healer saves his life during the fight - and he goes on and hunts down some of the traitors of the order. Then he meets the healer again, who's trying to bring a group of children into safety. Our (anti)hero knows a secret path that ends near the sanctuary the healer lives in, and leads them there. Now with the children safe, the healer expects him to finally go on and have a final duel, or arrest him, or something, but he tells him to bugger off and go into the sanctuary (where he's protected, the reason why he could never get him). He then goes on his way, but the injury torments him more and more, finally he collapses. The healer, who followed him out of instinct, carries him to the sanctuary (calling him a stubborn idiot and all that) and gives him treatment. But there are many possibilities here. He survives the wound, but he's still confused about the whole chaos he was suddenly thrown into, plus feels guilty as he realizes the healer was not so bad after all, the order not so good, and he also has feelings he would not admit. He's extremely proud and when it comes to admitting emotions or any weakness, worse than your average Vulcan. Plus the conflicts. Law vs justice - and what exactly is right and wrong now. So, what to do with him here?