Lovro was conscripted into the imperial army, and he was away on a mission at the time of the Bozja Incident, in which his entire family was killed. He later became a spy for the Bozjan Resistance while continuing to act as a member of the Garlean forces.
When he took part in the imperial invasion of Ala Mhigo, one of the citizens who defected to the Empire was able to wield red magic. As Garleans generally lack the ability to control aether, it was decided that Lovro would be taught these techniques. Lovro had an aptitude for red magic and enthusiastically absorbed all the knowledge he could. His teacher was a man named Lambard Calowise, a former member of the Ala Mhigan revolutionaries known as the Crimson Duelists, who were responsible for reviving the lost art of red magic. He offered to share the secrets of this rare form of magic with his new imperial masters as a sign of his loyalty.
Lovro despised Lambard's obsequious scraping and bowing to the Garleans, but he was resolved not to let his distaste show, and instead focused his efforts on mastering the Ala Mhigan's methods. Once his training was complete, he returned to the Far East, where he took on students of his own at academies in various imperial territories. However, his plan was to only teach red magic to those who bore strong feelings of animosity towards the Empire, that they may one day rise up and overthrow their oppressors. There were also students whose imperial education had made them trusting of their Garlean overlords, but Lovro sought to reverse their indoctrination without raising suspicion, all the while biding his time.
Lovro discovered an especially promising student upon his return to Bozja Citadel. Her name was Meryall Miller, and despite only having fourteen years old, she already demonstrated a gift for strategy, and it seemed she would make a valuable addition to the Resistance. Recognizing her vast potential, Lovro committed himself to her training as never before.
Eventually Lovro was accused of spying on behalf of the Bozjan Resistance. Before he could be made to stand trial, a small contingent of Resistance soldiers launched an assault on the imperials' encampment in the dead of night. With their help, Lovro made good his escape, and Meryall took advantage of the chaos to defect as well. Their talents earned them a place amongst the select few inducted into Gunnhildr's Blades.
Like the other Gunnhildr's Blades, Lovro fell under the spell of Save the Queen, losing all sense of himself and being forced to serve as a tempered minion. Lovro is forced to face his own companions in Zadnor. Meryall, the only Blade not present to be tempered, confronts Lovro in battle several times. Eventually, the Resistance captures Lovro and returns him to Gangos so that he can receive treatment.
Lovro is a male hrothgar with brown fur and burgundy colored hair, because he is tempered his eyes glow a ghastly blue. He has a beard, wears a circlet over his head and has a few scars on the right side of his face. He wears Bozjan armor of casting dyed Nophica green, and wields the Talekeeper Recollection in battle.