Standing at about 5â€™6â€ he is in reasonable condition thanks to his constant travelling.
Ginfordâ€™s hair is grey and rather thick for a man of his age. Only reaching shoulder length Ginfordâ€™s hair is usually tick back in a loose ponytail with stray bits of hair stick out here and there.
Due to failing eyesight, Ginford is almost always squinting, but by just by looking at the mans eyes and seeing the sparkle, you can tell that his mind is still sharp.
Ginfordâ€™s most prized procession is his carefully trimmed grey beard; which he grew it in order to try to hide his weak chin. This was a very wise decision as the beard fit in almost perfectly with his long hooked nose and heavy eyebrows.
Comfort would be the key word when describing the clothes normally worn by Ginford. He enjoys fitting into the typical Bard outfits, with flowing, old and worn robes that have obviously been unskilfully patched up a number of times, overlaying his baggy work pants. Sandals are the main type of shoe that Ginford wears, as any other shoes tend to give him blisters.
He has no cloak but will always been seen carrying his trusty shoulder bag filled with his personal belongings, he likes to believe that it is his lucky bag as even after many years it has never broken.
Born to a simple religious faming family, Ginford was a happy-go-lucky child and was taught to grow and harvest crops.
Living with a family that was decently well off, little Ginford grew into what was described as a cute young boy, in other words, he was very ugly but interesting boy. As a child, he leant that he had to reply on his wit and charm to get what he wanted.
When Ginford was 18 years old, he decided that he wanted to become more then a farmer, and went to visit local genius Mazza who was extremely gifted in the magic arts for her age, but very shy and didnâ€™t leave her house very often. After convincing her to teach him about the world of magic, they soon fell in love. At 19, Ginford and Mazza were married, Ginford grew a beard in order to appear more attractive to his wife.
When Ginford was 30, he was proficient with many high level illusionist spells and some average element spells. With the help of his brothers, he owned a successful farm. It was at this age that he became a father for the first time.
A few months after his 40th birthday, Ginford awoke one morning to find that his wife and daughter were gone. A note left by Mazza told him that she had to leave on urgent business, but nothing else. After a few days of considering this information, Ginford packed up his belongings, left the farm with his brother, and set off to find his wife and child. Eight years later and he is still looking.
He is a jolly sort of fellow who loves to talk more then life itself.
“Everything will always end up alright in the end as long as you believe. “
The Illusionist set
The Illusionist is the only mage that can totally obliterate other Illusions without flexing any amount of power. By spending an amount of mana equal to the original spell he can dispel it.
This power allows the Illusionist to dodge attacks by being elsewhere than he appears to be. In game terms he becomes invisible and projects the image a few inches away.
Only within certain radius
Can see the true image of any person or object regardless of any form of concealment, disguise, illusion or invisibility. This also includes the ability to detect whether it is magical and if the nature of the magic is good or evil.
Able to create illusions of people, places, or items, depending on strength of Mage and larger the illusion the more complicated the incantation and the more energy needed for the illusion.
Has the ability to create or mimic sounds of animals or people. Can only do one voice/sound at a time.