|Skill Ranks Placed||S1||S2||S3||S4||S5||S6||S7||S8||S9||S10||S11||S12||Total|
|*||Use Magic Device|
|Hit Points (no Con)||6||5||11|
|Favoured Class Bonus||S||H|
- L1: Combat casting
- Magic Lineage
- Gifted Adept
- “Awakend” (orison: mending, light, mage hand)
- Bloodline Arcana: Whenever you apply a metamagic feat to a spell that increases the slot used by at least one level, increase the spell's DC by +1.
- Arcane Bond (Su): At 1st level, you gain an arcane bond, as a wizard equal to your sorcerer level. Your sorcerer levels stack with any wizard levels you possess when determining the powers of your familiar or bonded object. Once per day, your bonded item allows you to cast any one of your spells known (unlike a wizard’s bonded item, which allows him to cast any one spell in his spellbook). This ability does not allow you to have both a familiar and a bonded item.
- Level 0 (∞/5+3): Acid Splash, Detect Magic, Light, Mage Hand, Mending, Open/Close, Read Magic, Resistance
- Level 1 (4(+1)/2): Mage armour, Magic Missile
- Hat of disguise
- GP: 100
|Emotional Disposition||Smiling facade, calm within|
|Outlook||Expectant (Optimistic about the future but pessimistic about the road to get there)|
|Impulsiveness||Controlled for being a child|
|Agreeableness||Agreeable (facade, more stingy among friends)|
|Interactivity||What the situation calls for|
|Conformity||Conventional (facade, pro change!)|
|Sense of Humour||Dry|
|Topics of Conversation||Dreams of the future|
|Group Affiliation||People with potential for greatness|
|RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY|
|Expression of beliefs||None|
|Quirks, Habits, & Oddities||Daydreaming, Compulsive lying, Eavesdropping|
|Hobbies & Enjoyments||Spying|
|Mental & Emotional Disorders||Borderline psychotic|
A woman calling herself Ann Kognito (an obviously assumed identity) stopped for three days at Greenlund’s Inn in Higg’s Hole. She paid in advance and asked not to be disturbed no matter what. It turned out that she gave birth on the second day, recuperated for another day and then left both the inn and the child, never to be heard of again. The Greenlunds did some investigation using the scarce information they had, but to no avail. An odd event was noted a week after her disappearance. A body of a woman was found in a village 30 miles away, burned to a crisp. It was assumed she had been struck by lightning, but no storm had been noted around the time of her death.
The Greenlunds took the boy in and named him Elias. He grew up little more than a hired hand. Though his adoptive parents had no children of their own, they had never wanted for any. Elias was cared for properly, fed well, kept clean, given clean clothes and was rarely beaten (and never without reason). It was a loveless relationship and Elias started helping with simple shores as soon as he could walk and understand instructions.
Elias was a beautiful child, something he realised early on and learned to exploit. He was tipped well at the inn and was given lots of affection, especially from the female customers. There was one mean drunk though that apart from not tipping, used to slap little Elias around whenever he found an excuse to do so. Luckily the drunkard tended to be aggressive towards other customers and was finally banned from the inn.
As Elias grew older he excelled at manipulating people to do his biddings. His charm didn’t work too well on other children though, especially boys. His weak physical frame taught him to keep a low profile, so as not to attract attention and thereby potential beatings. There was however one boy that was susceptible to his charm, a rather simple boy named Rell. Their relationship started off as one of convenience. What Rell lacked in mental strength, he made up more than enough in physical prowess, something very useful to Elias. Their friendship grew over the years though. Rell’s sad family situation, much worse than his own, struck a chord with Elias, and there was something oddly likable about Rell’s simple mind. You always knew where it was at! There was another boy that Elias befriended quite early on, the shepherd’s boy Jonah. He used to stop by the inn once a week with his mutton delivery. It was probably due to the fact that both boys shared a dream of, nay, rather a premonition of something grander than their current life in Higg’s Hole. No matter the cause, the two boys found each other and they shared stories of what they perceived as the future to be, whenever an opportunity presented itself.
Higg’s Hole, a small village in the Chelaxian vasall state of Isger.
Bert and Greta Greenlund
Professions & Crafts
Bust boy, kitchen hand, serving whench, stable boy.
Significant past events
His mother leaving him at birth.
His biological parents.
Rell’s father hates his whole family due to being banned from the inn.