Soul Bottles. Disembodied soul must save vs magic or be imprisoned.
Traveller, inventor, philosopher and adventurer par extraordinaire! Where ever this devilishly witty character arrives he is sure to be at the heart of good conversation and witty exchanges.
Famously well travelled, Charles Champagne has fascinating wealths of knowledge at his disposal and appears to be an expert on every subject, from gossip surrounding royalty to the occult.
Often an advisor to Kings and Lords, Charles wisdom and insight makes him something of a medieval management consultant! Certainly he can offer adventurers healthy advice on dealing with troublesome foes.
All together a charming man. Except for his soul bottle collection.
Whenever Charles is quickly on the scene after a death, he can ‘capture’ the soul of the deceased before it passes onto the afterlife. This is achieved via ceremonial ‘soul bottles’ of his own devising. These captured spirits are never able to cross over to the otherside. They also provide Charles with much of extraordinary knowledge he seems to have mysteriously acquired.
He is bright, witty, well educated. He is also unfailingly polite, even to those he dislikes or is going to capture.
He puffs up his chest, holds his head high, and always keeps control of the situation.