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The Arch-Angel Zeviah

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The Arch-Angel Zeviah who used his magic sword to purge the Evil Outsiders from the world so that the Gods could create life.

Special Equipment:

His sword, The Angel’s Seal.

Appearance:

A tall, handsome, man with rigid features and large, pure white, angelic wings. He wears a white robe that is threaded with silver. He will tolerate no evil and can go from being kind and jovial to being hard and serious if faced with an act of evil. He will never do anything that is even questionably bad or evil such as lie, cheat, steal ect.

Background:

Zeviah the Arch-Angel fought the Fiends that used to occupy the Physical plane before the Gods created life on it. Zeviah fought long and hard to keep peace to the lands but now he feels the need to “pass the torch” as they say and give his sword and his sworn duty to a brave mortal who is up to the task.

Roleplaying Notes:

You could connect Zeviah and his sword to my Circle of Hell plot by having the prevention of Hell’s highest mountain coming to the physical plane be his last mission, then have him pass his duty to one of the PCs.



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Barbarian Horde
November 28, 2003, 9:58
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Like it, espescially the plot idea. Would like to hear more about the nature of Zeviah? If he hates all that is Evil, he should be the virtue of all that is good? Doesn't drink, doesn't swear etc. etc.

I also would enjoy if he had something special. Like some kind of mark in his nature that he would be recognized by? Like always saying the same word in every sentence...? Something.
Jakel
December 2, 2003, 8:34
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Thats a pretty good character and i have to say i love the sword.
Pieh
December 3, 2003, 18:02
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Heh heh heh... I just looked at the status and it says: Farmer.
I think thats hilarious!
Pieh
December 4, 2003, 19:35
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For some odd reason (not a big problem) i cant edit or delete that last comment of mine, so just pretend its not there ok?
Voted Michael Jotne Slayer
January 9, 2006, 7:32
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I love "mythic, maybe one day in a hundred years we, the PC's may meet it" beings.
But this one is a little bit shallow compared to the impact it might have on the PC/world.
It's a good basis though and shows some definite promise.
Voted valadaar
May 6, 2013, 20:36
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