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Alus Marglut

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A gravedigger who defies the stereotypes. A regular at the Mausoleum.

Appearance

Alus is a handsome, middle-aged man with long, light blond hair draping his face. He dresses simply, and his muscles are noticeable at a glance to those experienced in looking for threats.

History/Background

Living in a small home on the far side of the graveyard, Alus spends much of his time in the Mausoleum when he is not working. Even when he is, he occasionally needs to relocate corpse to the catacombs - of course, he waits until the tavern is closed before he does this.

Roleplaying Notes

Alus is quite clever, and is one of the few people who knows about what happens in the tavern after it closes. Indeed, he often helps Darian find the corpse he wants in the catacombs.

In general, Alus is a friendly man, who enjoys his work and is always available for a conversation.



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