Originally Posted by Virtue
Huh. Actually, in offline real life I do tend to slip into an overly verbose manner of speaking sometimes, as the art of language is one to which I hold most dearly. As for stating the obvious, or seeming oblivious, it is a tactic used for humorous effect, and to simply help define the character as one of a more complex, multi-faceted background than the common fare.
Maybe it's just your problem. No one else seems to mind.
As for Lathander? Bryagh already has a good god. According to the Dragonborn text, they revere Bahamut as both a diety and as a father. While they can worship other gods, it is not common. I think I'll stick with Bahamut. ^_^
EDIT: Ack! Got distracted by that last part and forgot what I was going to say first! Anyway - Dagryl is the one that has a problem with Bryagh's over-verbosity in the face of immediate crisis.
And Dagryl will be very interested in learning more about Lathander, such as "Does he allow me to painfully eviscerate people and eat them, as long as they're evil and the killing is required by Heroic Action?)