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  • Stag Lord

    The Stag Lord never had a name, for his father only called him “boy,” and then only when the old man demanded some sort of backbreaking chore or was looking for something to beat on. He never knew his mother and never knew a proper home—his father, being …

  • Nyrissa

    Evindra knows the legend of how Nyrissa fell in love with one of the Eldest, how the nymph’s resulting rise in power led her to proclaim herself one of the rulers of the First World, and how the Eldest reacted by sending the Jabberwock to slay her and …

  • Hargulka

    Hargulka and his crew have abandoned their original single-cave den and moved into an abandoned dwarven guard post in the southern Stolen Lands, using it as a base to stage raids against the intelligent denizens of the area. Hargulka kept a map of the …

  • Grigori

    Grigori caused a lot of unrest within the Kingdom of Sairathis before he was arrested and put on trial. His claims of that the rulers were grossly negligent and ultimately selfish struck a cord with some of members of the population. He was ultimately …

  • Vordakai

    Vordakai was once a notorious tyrant and necromancer in Casmaron’s ancient cyclops empires. Vordakai himself did not survive the uprising and turmoil that followed Earthfall during the Age of Darkness, yet ironically his name did. The least of his …

  • Baron Hannis Mintariel

    Baron Hannis comes across as a sullen, greedy, conceited elf, never satisfied with his lot in life, but always disdainful of anyone who has less than him. A skilled bladesinger from the elven kingdoms, he was exiled from the order because of his …

  • The Wriggling Man

    The Wriggling Man was [[:immanuel | Immanuel Medvyed's]] father who left his family in search of a way of entering the First World. His reward was to die and be reborn as one of Nyrissa's minions.