|Alias(es)||Law Enforcing Flying Assassin, Red Baron, Flat Stunner|
|Birthday||Sometime In 1984|
|Blood Type||Doesn't Have Blood, Has A Dark Substance Known As Tahm|
|Main Power||Utilities Via Weapon|
|Abilities||Utilities Via Weapon|
|Birthplace||New Tangerion/Grovire Lands|
|Affiliation(s)||Government Of New Tangerion|
|Base of Operations||The Grand House Of WhiteMolt|
|Quotes||A man who is dead is more valuable then a man who is alive.
I work in two ways, a Secretive Menace and a Merciless assassin, the public only knows of one, you take a guess which.
|Motto||'Finity is of no value to me|
|Allies||His Assistant, Taj|
|Power Ranking||TBD (To Be Decided)|
|Eye Color||Dark Red|
|Hair Style||Businessman Slick|
Kneel Before 'The Baron'
In the deserted hot desert lands of Shankaal a boy was born, his mother had died to a rapidly increasing sandstorm that had hit Shankaal just after the first civil war, by this time Taleed was nine. The war between the two rivaling nations of Shankaal and Amaran, the war had ended in total carnage and was later referred to as the 'Second Civil War'. By the time this boy who had now named himself Taleed after his dad's most loved possession, his blade which was also passed down to Taleed after the war. Without a mother and father to grow up with he was forced to live in the desert of Shankaal until he came of age to move to other places and take care of himself on the move.
Once Taleed turned 17 he had moved into a sandstone dome which was basically a homeless shelter in the deserts of Shankaal. Here he met his life long friend and soon to be assistant Taj.
During the time that Taleed was staying in this shelter news reporters were heavily interested in survivors of the storm, they were only able to interview one person on air that happened to Taleed. Taleed overall was as deceptive as an illusion, you might think it's real you might think it's fake but can you explain it? The interview mainly focused around his life and his backstory as well as what it was like to be a survivor of the storm, his quick wits and charm soon drew attention to him especially from higher-ups in international governments as well as senates from his own region.
Interviews were the stem for Taleed's newly found popularisation. In these interviews Taleed would often alter and exaggerate certain parts of his past to dramatise his storys to appeal to his listeners, which at this point was almost the entire New United States.
- Pain Suppression