Azkarth Selturiel

no imageAzkarth Selturiel
(Simon, Kingmaker campaign)

Half-elven wizard 5

Strength: 12 Dexterity: 11 Constitution: 14
Intelligence: 17 Wisdom: 11 Charisma: 13

Azkarth Selturiel was the child of an elven noblewoman and a human ranger. However, with his father being a wanderer in the wilderness and his mother not wanting to care for a child, he was put into an orphanage at a young age. His mother promised she would come back for him someday, but she never did. He was bullied as a child for his pointy ears and the fact that he didn’t want to torture small animals like the other boys at the orphanage. But, after 5 years of pure misery, a travelling wizard adopted him as his apprentice after he saw that Azkarth could read make a flash of light shoot in the eyes of the people bullying him. Azkarth never knew where the orphanage was, but he vowed never to go back there. The wizard taught him magic, and he showed quite a lot of talent, especially in Conjuration. Things went well for him, but all things must come to an end. When he got old enough, he went out to seek his fortune. He heard word of a town in the fledgling kingdom of Esper called Madman’s Rock. He arrived there and met Ka-Ruel, an immortal worg. He inquired as to why a worg would be living in a city, and Ka-Ruel replied that Pellius had brought him here. So Azkarth decided to meet this “Pellius”. He was surprised when he met him, as he was a strange winged alchemist. Pellius took him under his wing, both figuratively and somewhat literally as well. This is where his story begins.



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