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Magic And Light – Chapter VII

Posted in Dungeons And Dragons, Fantasy, Writing with tags , , , , , on January 16, 2018 by darkjade68

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MAGIC AND LIGHT 

by DarkJade

Chapter I – A Gathering Of Friends

Chapter II – Making Characters

Chapter III – Choose Your Class

Chapter IV – Character Introductions (Stigus)

Chapter V – Character Introductions (Chi (Red))

Chapter VI – Character Introductions (Ren)

CHAPTER VII – Character Introductions (Kinner)

Barry’s Character;

KINNER (Drow (Dark Elf) Bard)

Eyes: Red Hair: Grey Skin: Black Height: 5’9″ Weight: 115 Age: 106

Strength: 13 Intelligence: 8 Wisdom: 10 Dexterity: 13 Constitution: 14 Charisma: 18

Hit Points: 10 Armour Class: 12

Alignment: Neutral

Originally from the foresty/mountainous terrain of PIERUS, the Northern part of Krieg, in the land of Galdur…

Kinner lives and breathes his Musical Tales of Heroes Old and New.

When he plays his Violin and Sings, he goes into a sort of trance, inspiring those around him to pursue great and lofty deeds.

Not very smart, nor wise, Kinner’s music seems to come from some other place completely.

Though he’s had not much need to use it, Kinner is quite good with a Rapier, and also carries a Hand Crossbow and Dagger, just in case.

Being an Elf, he has Darkvision, and because he is a Drow/Dark Elf, he’s able to see not 60, but 120′ in the dark.

Being of an underground breed of Elf, however, he is hindered both in combat and perception during the day, when relying on his eyes.

He prefers to travel, and exist at night, though he knows his future Party members will likely do the opposite.

Also like all Elves, he is difficult to ‘Charm’ via Magic, and can not be put to Sleep by magic.

And like other Elves, he need not sleep at night, instead goes into 4 hour Trances.

He’s also ‘secretly’ magically inclined.

Kinner realizes being a Drow above ground will have its’ setbacks, beyond his homeland, but he will approach these things with great Humor, and Heart.

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