Devas Stole My Baby
Greetings and well met, I am a half-elf Templar Cleric. My eleven name is Lenwë Sĕregon. I was raised by my mother among the elves in the Far Fields never knowing my human father. It was an age ago in the Far Fields that I began my training as a cleric at the Temple of the Healing Winds. The temple of the Healing Winds is high in a valley crevice in Mount Dorthőion. The Halflings of the lower valley know the mountains as Loamsdown Mountain, and often refer to me as Olo Brokhouse of Loamsdown.
Fourteen moons ago during a lunar high ritual at the temple, we were attacked. The temple was we thought unknown to the outside world and we were unprepared for the attack. Very few in the temple survived – and six of our most sacred amulets were stolen. There are barely enough survivors to rebuild the temple and restore balance in the land, it has been set upon me as a singular task to retrieve the amulets. The only lead I have is that the attack appeared to be orchestrated by three Lamia witches.
My first adventure was to find the ardent Gnome known as Roswyn, who is rumored to have a passion for tracking and destroying Lamia witches. I was finally sent east in the direction of the mining town know as Ringëril. I found Roswyn at the inn of the One Legged Duck. Being half-elf, and my new found hatred for Lamia witches, I believe is what allowed us to make fast friends. While I believe that the luck of the elves has always been with me, I had to thank Avandra that day as Roswyn was not alone, her traveling companion was a Longtooth Shifter by the name of Petrichor. While not an adventurer by nature the strength and fierce loyalty of Petrichor is exactly what is needed for me to succeed. Petrichor is fully at ease in nature which I am sure will aid in our travels.
My main strengths come from being a healer and through tactical support. I have no chance of personal success without the support of a group, the more the merrier!? I am bound by my Elven ways to help those who help me and will protect my new nòsse (family) even at my own peril as without them I stand no chance to avenge my people and right the balance of nature in my land.