Description and History
Abandoned in the city of Zhentil Keep, I was raised by a merchant
family. I left at the age of 15 to learn to fight. Early on it was
discovered that I had a talent for magic and so I was taken by a
junior mage of Lord Manshoons court. Later I was given an assignment
by the lord of the keep, to locate an amulet of unknown power. I
joined a party of four most unlikely companions ever found. A drow
cleric, a minotaur, a paladin and a ranger.
We travel together for months working our way south towards Shadowdale
and beyound. As we traveled I learned many things about life outside
of Zhentil. I decided that I was not going to help Lord Manshoon
but travel with my party to find and destroy this amulet. While
in the city Lord Manshoon's anger at my betrayel struck in the form
of an assasin. Manshoons lackey was defeted.
Traveling with dwarves, took us to the Thunderpeaks where we were
able to destroy the amulet (which the minatour had the whole time).
After leaving the mountains I left the party traveling east when
a strang multitude of lights found me. Latter I woke up to a large
Eye looking at me. A beholder. I lived with the beholder for years
as a servant to a master, learning of its life and language. It
turned out that I was somehow transported to the Undermountain.
It was here that Halaster took a fancy to me. Or should I say it
was a game to him. I left the Undermountain with a party of dwarves
up a ladder into a tavern called "The Yawning Portal"
where I met Durnan.
I ended up meeting the Lord and Lady Mages of Waterdeep and a
powerfull friend Radick (10th Lvl Elven Mage). Radick and I were
attacked many times by assasins sent from Zhentil. Each time we
defeated them. We never tryied to stay in the same place for long.
Traveled by sea towards Maztica and ended up on Evermeet.
Our last journey took us back in time to Myth Drannor and the
final days of the war. Both Radick and myself have decided to retire
from adventuring (the threat of assasins from Zhentil being long
over) and buy a tavern.