Hey, I was just making a light-hearted comment.
I know that your character has been through a lot, mine has as well.
But one thing that we all need to remember is that none of this is real. None of us has gone through what our characters have. I know that it's fun and satisfying to give our characters depth, but we all have to remember that it's not real life.
There are two reasons why Draven can laugh and find humor like he does. Because he has found the grace of God through all of his pain and heartache, as well as the fact that he is simply playing a role in a role play.
I'm not saying that you have a problem with this, I'm just saying that I understand who and what your character is, just don't take offense when I mention him being a villain. (Draven had his evil days after all.)
As to how I see your character, like @Miss_K said, he is interesting. Dark, but interesting. One thing I should point out is that the "lost villain with a dark past that just needs to find his way" can only be played a certain number of times before becoming.... for lack of a better word, melodramatic. Yes, I did the very same thing with Draven and I have come to regret it. I have no problem with "lost" villainous individuals becoming good, but it is refreshing when the character already has a moral standing (either good or bad) and goes with it. Case in point being @Sholan_Brasscape. He can correct me if I am wrong, but from the posts I've read, his character isn't turning good any time soon. He has a dark past, but he has accepted it, chosen his standing, and dedicated himself to his beliefs, namely destroying the wynged.
I hope everyone understands where I am coming from. It's just two issue that have been bugging me for a while.