no imageHayaku
(Nick, Wrath of the Righteous campaign)

Neutral good human cleric of Sarenrae 1

Strength: 12 Dexterity: 10 Constitution: 13
Intelligence: 8 Wisdom: 16 Charisma: 15

My name is Hayaku, brother of Sophia, cousin of Rudis and friend of the paladin Ezuri. I grew up in Kenabres with Sophia my annoying little sister. My dad and mom adopted me at age 5. They were high-ranking officers in the Crusades against demonkind.

When I was six, I started seeing a golden lion appear in the temple of Sarenrae and also in my dreams. It told me I would become a useful ally to the Crusades. When I was around, it made me feel at ease.

I soon found a friend named Ezuri. I soon learned that our ambitions were both to fight and heal for the gods.  We once went on an adventure into the Worldwound. Even though the golden lion with the sign of the sun on his back told me not to go, Ezuri urged me on. I soon found myself in the depths of the Worldwound. Sarenrae told me to go — I soon left and I told Ezuri to come, but he wouldn’t listen. I looked back and found he was gone.

What happened to him… He returned to Kenabres a month later with a newfound skill of the sword. He had to take part in a demonic ritual, and his hatred for demonkind increased. While he was away, Sarenrae taught me how to heal and use the power of the gods. I soon grew older and my skills increased, while my sister took up wizardry, my cousin took up hand-to-hand combat, and my friend soon became skilled at the sword and found himself worshiping the gods and able to heal as well while using his god’s power to fight evil as a holy fighter. Now it is the present day and the demons are coming… We’re ready…


2 responses to “Hayaku

  1. Gert

    May 22, 2017 at 12:20 am

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