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This includes information about the major characters in this campaign.
Spell list 2
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Faurin was a half-elf sworn to the Denauran Scholars - a school devoted to the Rehani. He was Elydir’s closest friend and lover. While he generally supported Elydir’s vision of the future, he disagreed with the destruction she caused trying to achieve it. His ghost inhabits the Tomb of the Last Rehani but if freed his soul will travel to Mount Celestia.
In ghostly form, his grey thinning hair is scrapped back off his narrow haggard face. His eyes are bloodshot and tears permanently wet his cheeks. He wears simple woollen robes. He appears much healthier and a little younger if he is freed to Mount Celestia - his hair thicker and his eyes are no longer bloodshot. He is generally melancholic but, in his rare smiles, his face softens and shines sincerity and warmth.
Faurin’s promise. Prince Bainot Rehani, brother of the murdered King Lainot Rehani, convinced Faurin to kill the Elydir. However, in his love of her he instead imprisoned her in a powerfully warded tower, taking her amulet as proof of killing her. In hope that he may eventually be able to save Elydir by stripping her of her powers, the warded tower would only allow her to leave if the amulet was returned and the tower’s doorway reopened.
Lost hope. Faurin returned to the prince with the amulet, his victory celebrated. He spent the rest of his life in high regard with the lord. He spent much time working in secret to find a way to free Elydir but to no avail but over time, he became a frustrated and bitter man, killing himself in a deep depression. Still celebrated, he was buried with the family in the Tomb of the Last Rehani, the amulet buried with him. Despite his wish to leave the world, Faurin’s knowledge that there is no hope of stopping Elydir if bound him to the amulet as a protector. If freed, his soul will travel to Mount Celestia.
Faurin’s Traits 2
Ideal: Knowledge. Through knowledge the world can be bettered.
Bond: No matter the wrong that Elydir has done, I love her.
Flaw: Though I will help others fight against Elydir, I will not let them kill her.
Banir Any-kin (Morcanloth) 2
An Arcanaloth in disguised as a fair elf, Banir Any-kin, using the Alter Self spell. In his pack are dark tomes, spell scrolls, and dark arcane components.
He seeks knowledge and believes that it will lead him to power and self agency. During his travels, he has been in search of the Lost Book of Keeping that contains his name. When he sees something that is magical or full of knowledge, he can’t think of anything else other than how to get it.
He has taken a long and difficult journey to Lunia to find [Ith, the Orb of Empathy][ith] for Elydir, in exchange for access to the libraries. He knows that Faurin’s location and that he has knowledge of where Ith is.
He wears a Ring of Mind Shielding.
Already exhausted, if the characters speak to him, he will show a very brief flash of annoyance which any character who makes a successful check against a Wisdom (Insight) DC 19 will see. He will then politely give the reason to being here is to trade with people in Hearts Faith.
He has bribed the captain to hide him from any patrol ships that move nearby, paying him with an old copy of a common novel.
If he comes to learn who the characters are, he will try to use them and their knowledge to reach the weapon.
Qa’lir and Qa’por 2
The first of the Olinar-Elydir, Qa’lir, travelled to Denaura to overthrow King Morcant and place a puppet in his place.
Qa’lir’s symbol is a rope burning in the middle. The symbol on the shared sending stone with Elydir is shown by a rope burning in the middle under Elydir’s symbol.
The second, Qa’por, is travelling to bring armies of evil creatures to Elydir’s side. It’s unlikely that the characters will find Qa’por, though they will find information that will help them find Qa’por in the future.
Qa’por’s symbol is a shattered chain. The symbol on the shared sending stone with Elydir is shown by a shattered chain under Elydir’s symbol.
Qa’lir and Qa’por share a sending stone, the symbol shows a shattered chain and a burning rope in a circle, tied together.