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January 15, 2006, 1:37 pm

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A shadow warrior and defender of Pulca.  Keeper of the key to the underground.  Warrior of his great ancestors of Dro’Hizzir.

Special Equipment:

He wears a magical chain mail of Pulca (family heirloom).  Is equipped with a normal short Elven bow and quiver.  Also carries the Sword of Defenders.  Carries a key around neck on small chain under his armour usually (unlocks his vault :secret passage to the underground of Pulca:).


He stands well over any Elf in the city of Pulca with his height of about 6’7.  He weighs approx. 230 w/o armour on.  He has black hair red eyes.  He is of Dark Elven kind but his family swore to protect Pulca for their time.  The only clothing he wears is his under garments and a long black cape that extends to the ground.  Easily picked out of crowd at Pulca.


A descendent of ancestorial Dro’hizzir who once swore to protect Pulca with his life.  The history is passed down upon him and responsibility as well.  He is the son and heir, he is just deeply changed.  The secrets that he does hold though have made him crazy and driven him insane.  He does not show his emotions very much but, his outward apperance was affected by this.  He has had no friend or companion in his life.  This caused him to live a noble, silent, caretaking life.  Shadow warriors are basically the elite Elven warriors that were well known for their stealth ability to not be seen or heard in the ‘Shadow Wars’ these are just wars between elves and chaos that were repeatedly happened in a short period of about 5 years.  Dro’Hizzir is just basically a descendet of his family that once fought in those wars.

Roleplaying Notes:

Chain Mail of Pulca:  Light Elven made and give a nice armour save and magical armour save.  (differ this depending upon what armour saving you play with)
Short bow: Normal
Sword of Defenders:  Extra reroll armour saves,  also has anger (whenever wielder is struck by an enemy he will get an extra attack next turn) on a dice roll depending again upon how you play.

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Comments ( 4 )
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Chi Chio
October 5, 2003, 22:00
I like it.

It's nice that you have other things to go along with it.
Voted valadaar
January 29, 2007, 8:26
An idea which has had a lot of treatments. This one needs a fair bit of work.

All he wears is his undergarments and cape? No wonder he stands out in a crowd :)
Voted Ted
May 1, 2011, 9:04

Time hasn't been kind to this submission...

Voted Moonlake
June 2, 2013, 7:39
This is less than a 2 because I don't think it makes sense to have an insane character that can be devoted to a care-taking responsibility at the same time unless said role was just about manually cutting down ppl but then that's really stretching the normal definition of care-taking.
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