Coogeye was abandoned at the age of three. He was left at a religious temple hidden deep in the woods. The Temple is a place of worship to the god Remik. His believers have retreated to a life in isolation, escaping from the growing evil in the world. Remik’s followers are waiting for his return. They believe Remik was once the keeper of peace in the world, but was forced away when his follower’s faith declined to a level which could no longer sustain his existence.
The worshippers of Remik live at the temple. The surrounding forest provides everything they need as they wait for Remik to return to his temple and vanquish evil from the world once more. They never expected Remik to return in the form of a three year old child that was mysteriously found in the temple one cold dreary day.
The child referred to himself by the name “Coogeye” and was asking for his mother. The elders assumed that the child must have been delivered to the temple by a sacred protector who must have named him Coogeye, so they humored the boy and called him by the name he was used to.
The elders quickly determined that faith in Remik was not strong enough to return in his full god form, so he came to them in a weakened state. Coogeye was destined to one day leave his home and fight evil in the name of Remik, bolstering faith in the all but forgotten god until it results in the transformation of Coogeye into the full glory of Remik.
Coogeye was raised being told he was the god Remik. He grew up being treated as though he were a powerful deity. He was educated, loved, and rigorously trained in combat to prepare him to go into the world and begin vanquishing evil. He believes his death is impossible as long as enough people believe in Remik, therefore he praises his own name for every heroic act he performs.
Coogeye has a large ego. He loves women. Women tend to love him. He’s handsome, has a flair for the dramatic and is extremely brave. He is also known to not look before he leaps. Although he is a very adept swordsman, he finds himself in trouble that he easily could have avoided had he not been so overconfident. Since his soul purpose in life is to destroy all evil, he tends to find himself on the same path as Brother Lundverge’s Gods Fire. Although Coogeye’s intentions are honorable, Lundverge finds Coogeye as an annoyance, often getting in God’s Fire’s way or having to be saved himself before being forced to listen about the glory of Remik.