Indulger is fairly young man, towering and muscular. He looks like a modern body builder or pro wrestler, just a towering and intimidating person. He’s bald, light skinned and entirely without scarring. He generally wears as little clothes as he can get away with, typically just cargo shorts or similar. Fancy occasions will see him don shirts or tactical gear, but he never wears anything on his feet.
Indulger stands out a lot more in TFD’s time than he would in ours. People basically don’t lift or work out in the Regime, which leaves him nearly twice the size of a lot of people that he meets. The only other character who is roughly his size is Pursuer, the werewolf.
He sort of lumbers about, crashing through things and slumping onto them with a notable lack of grace. This is mostly an act, he isn’t actually as clumsy as he pretends to be. Dale finds it puts people at ease if he affects to be an oaf, and like many such disguises this has definitely seeped into his actual self image to some extent.
In conversation Indulger generally speaks slowly, without giving his words much thought. He shies away from complicated concepts, and strives to simplify things down to a level where he can engage with them. He is somewhat child like, although recently that particular quality has been eroding.
Most people who know Indulger like him.
5 thoughts on “Character Description : Indulger”
What happened to Dale’s manager? Her introduction made it seem like she’d be sticking around but she’s been mentioned maybe once since then and never appeared on stage.
Gah! I had this ‘great’ idea to introduce all of the team members with individual stories, then wrote those stories like they were starting out solo stories.
Blair was down to hang out with / work with Dale, but when he got dragooned into Fourth Fist she bailed rather than roll the dice on his teammates not being monstrous.
She bailed when Dale joined the Fist.
I get that question a lot. I probably should put the answer somewhere more prominent…
Instead of that, find an opportunity (when they are passing through the right part of the country) for the two of them to bump into each other. She’s worried about him and glad he’s actually made friends in a fist. She’s probably got her own life by now — she seemed the type to always find a way to make her own way in the world.
That doesn’t make any sense, since the stated reason that Dale decides to join the Fist is because his “manager said it was a good idea”