Dead PC: Aseneth

Human female necromancer

Aseneth only arrived at the Keep within the last few days, having recently completed her apprenticeship. She is clever and persuasive.

PC: Dubricus d’Ambreville

Human male wizard

A scion of a famous family of wizards, and son of Charles and Isabelle, Dubricus is extremely clever but also, regrettably, lacks common sense. That is, he often comes up with brilliant, but impractical, ideas. He’s fairly strong for a mage (wizards being traditionally puny) and not afraid to lay about with his staff in melee if the party is hard-pressed.

Dead PC: Opal

Human female cleric of Selûne

Opal worships the moon-goddess, Selûne, and is a calm bedrock, capable in combat and skilled in healing. Opal has lived at the Keep all her life, having been born here; she works as a cheesemaker, turning perishable milk into large cheeses that can be stored for long periods. Her “moon-cheeses" are pale, with a slight greenish tinge; most are sold to caravans but the tavern also keeps a good supply in stock.

PC: Brother Martin

Human male cleric of Lathander

Martin’s childhood and teen years were spent mostly within the walls of a temple of Lathander, upon the steps of which his parents had left him. Martin never knew his parents, having been too young to remember their faces. Their only legacy was his name, left on a scrap piece of parchment on the side of his baby basket. The temple was on the tradeway between Triel and Scornubel, so he always assumed his parents had been merchants, too busy traveling to raise a child.

Ownership over Martin passed from person to person within the temple. The priests often left on missions or to find a new life, so not many people stuck around long enough to raise a child from such a young age, especially not when there were other orphans to take care of. The only constant in Martin’s life was Friedrich Basil, or Father Basil to the temple. It was Father Basil who had the greatest influence in Martin’s upbringing. Of all the temple’s children, he spent the most time looking after Martin, assisting his studies and sharing personal stories, trying to help him understand the world and his purpose. Father Basil invited Martin frequently to help prepare and deliver sermons and when he was of age, he bestowed upon him the title of “Brother Martin.”