Legacy of Brutality
Trousdales trusted Druid / advisor
Level 4 Human Druid
STR 9, DEX 11, CON 14, INT 13, WIS 17, CHR 17
FORT +4, REF +0, WILL +5, INIT +0, SPD 20
AC 15, HP 10, ALIGN N
FEATS: Combat Casting, Silent Spell, Lone Wolf
SKILLS: Concentration +6, Diplomacy +7, Disguise +3, Forgery +1, Gather Information +3, Handle Animal +3, Heal +7, Intimidate +3, Knowledge (Nature) +7, Listen +7, Search +1, Sense Motive +3, Spellcraft +1, Spot +7, Survival +5
Born under the auspicious Mark of the Wolf, Iorweth has diplayed considerable talent and potential as a Druid from the day he was born. As is typical of one touched by the Gods, Iorweth is bound not by the inventions of Human morality but by the pragmatism of the Natural World. In any situation, he will do that which is required of him by the will of the Gods or by the necessity of Nature. All laws and oathes of man are but artifical machinations. The only truth in this world is that of birth and of death, of plant and of animal, of sewing and of harvest, of predator and of prey, of male and of female. The only order is that unto which we are all born… the order of Nature.
Iorweth is currently an 18 year old youngster, cast out many years ago from farm / village life due to his uncivilized and antisocial ways. He has found an adopted home within a clan of magic-wielding Druids, who revere him for his obvious connection with the Spirit of the Lupine, and for the deep intuition towards the world of Nature Magic that it grants him.
As is typical of one touched by the Gods, in his appearance Iorweth sets himself distinctly apart from the regular villagefolk. He wears bits of bone woven into his hair and beard, along with bits of metal which clang together like bells as his body moves. His face is marked with ancient symbols tattooed deep into the flesh, horrifying and fascinating all at once. His clothing and armor are roughly crafted from the skin of wolves, preserved with their urine and musk and casting forth an odor discernable from many yards away. Iorweth is quite comfortable inspiring fear and discomfort upon all who gaze upon him. He is at home in that place, at ease in the role of the wielder of unknowable power.
Due to his birth amongst the villagefolk and his knowledge of the languange and customs of city dwellers, it fell upon Iorweth to be his peoples representative to Sir Trousdale. He brings with him the magic, knowledge, and customs of the Druids to his role as advisor and servant of the Good Sir Trousdale.