FANDOM


Alaundar












Alaundar Osengaunt

The Sage King of Irifarn

Alaundar Ocengrean is the baron of Irifarn, the Head Wizard of the Arcane Conclave (the mages' guild of the Baronies of the Broken Empire), and the Patriarch of House Ocengrean.

Old and wise, Alaundar Ocengrean is known as the Sage King, even though he is technically only a baron.

Alaundar is 164 years old (he has prolonged his life through magic) and in his long life he has done many things and earned such titles as Alaundar Dragonfriend, Alaundar the Exalted, and Sharilbanalar (the White Lion).

In the days of the Empire of Ashandar, Alaundar Ocengrean was a traveling adventurer and a member of the Circle of Ilcent. When Mage Emperor Melevarn Kravos of Ashandar caused the Breaking, Alaundar Ocengrean helped cast the spell called The Mending.

General InfoEdit

Alaundar Thalverion is the baron of Irifarn and the Head Wizard of the Arcane Conclave, the mages' guild of the Baronies of the Broken Empire.

Old and wise, Alaundar Thalverion is known as the Sage King, even though he is technically only a baron.

Alaundar is 164 years old (he has prolonged his life through magic) and in his long life he has done many things and earned such titles as Alaundar Dragonfriend, Alaundar the Exalted, and Sharilbanalar (the White Lion).

In the days of the Empire of Ashandar, Alaundar Thalverion was a traveling adventurer and a member of the Circle of Ilcent. When Mage Emperor Melevarn Kravos of Ashandar caused the Breaking, Alaundar Thalverion helped cast the spell called The Mending.

AppearanceEdit

The Senathi look slightly human, but their skin appears to be made of stone. 

HistoryEdit

The Senathi hail from Mount Senath in the Dragonjaws, where they believe that their god Erathan carved them out from the mountain and gave them life.

Racial TraitsEdit

Attribute Modifiers: Senathi get +1 Strength, and +2 Endurance. Health: 25 + 1d10 + Endurance Proficiencies: Bludgeons, Staves. Stoneskin: The Senathi's stoneskin gives him Damage Reduction (DR) 4.

Senathibenefits