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Ginford Lena
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2004-08-02 12:03 AM
Allright. Good description with some minor syntax blips, although I'm not entirely sure what "Bard clothes" entails.
Background is not particularly interesting, but it is good. I'm not sure that the way in which he became so good at illusions is very well explained, even if you factor in Mazza's magical aptitude.
Thank you for not giving us a bunch of D&D stats. You described the spells well, in enough detail to tell what they do, but not too much.
Overall, average.

3/5. Go to Comment
Ginford Lena
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MoonHunter's comment on 2004-08-02 01:32 AM
A nice average character, an NPC to fill out an tavern or faire. It has a small hook to explain its travelling. The history gives some reason as to why he is a competent illusionist. It is an average entry in my mind. Go to Comment
Ginford Lena
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MoonHunter's comment on 2005-10-29 03:56 PM
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Ginford Lena
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valadaar's comment on 2013-05-01 11:38 AM
A good filler character, and the positive outlook despite his loss is interesting. Go to Comment
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       By: Ancient Gamer

While travelling near the edge of a forest the air is filled with the wailing of battle horns. Soon a large group of mounted cavalry will gallop by in a panicked rush. Some will spot the party and shout "Flee! Flee for your very lives!"

Several minutes later, hundreds of running infantrymen will be spotted. A large group of white clad knights fiercely chanting a battle song is in full pursuit. One of the white knights carries a banner of a white horse on a black background. The horse is rearing under a gold crown, indicating the presence of the Paladin Prince. As the horrified infantrymen struggle to flee into the forest, the zealots charge into their midst and cut them down by the tens and hundreds.

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