Ode to my past character, Freya – the female, human cleric who was killed in her last adventure by barbarians. She healed her comrades before her demise but didn’t live long enough to become a veteran Cleric.
From the ashes, a new character is born. As you know, when playing D&D, there never is an abundance of characters you can play. I’ve never played a druid before so this is my chance to get to play one. Lets hope she can outlive the last.
Alleria Ducet, female half-elf Druid, follower of the teachings of Sarenrae. Her mother settled in the frontier town of Solanas in the region of the River Kingdoms. Her elvish father didn’t want to settle down so he continued on his travels, being the restless adventurer he was born to be. It was a rough town, run by criminals and people got used to killings and assassinations on a daily basis. For a single mother, it wasn’t very safe so her mother got invoved in the safe haven of a coven who protected her family from the violence.
Alleria grew up with the coven, where she learned about spellcasting, and she learned to fight from a young age to protect herself and her mother. It was a rough life but she learned and grew into a young adult. From a traveller in her town, she learned of the teachings of Sarenrae and was interested in becoming a druid. When the coven started to manipulate her mother to the dark forces, Alleria couldn’t stop her so she left to make a home for herself, vowing that some day she would return to save her mother and try to change the town for the good.
She went to live in Varisia in solitude between the Malgorian Mountains and Sanos Forest. In time, she became a Mountain Druid but she needed more experience for her to return home to face the coven who brainwashed her mother into becoming one of their own. She needed help and guidance so she went seeking it.
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