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- Abilities: +1 Intelligence, +1 Charisma
- Bonus Skill: Religion
- Bonus Feat: Ritual Caster (Druid)
Maithe has always been eternally curious about the world outside, and wants to travel.
- Skills: History, Survival
- Languages: Draconic
- Tool Proficiencies: Woodcarver's Tools
- Researcher: From Sage. Know where to find information that I do not know.
- Arcane Recovery: During a short rest, may recover a single spell slot of up to half wizard level (round up). Regain ability after completing a long rest.
- Spell Save DC: 15 • Spell Attack: +7
- Cantrips Known (3): light, omen of owls (toll the dead), prestidigitation
- 1st: find familiar*, fog cloud, identify*, mage armor, shield, sleep, unseen servant*, witchbolt
- 2nd: dragon's breath, magic weapon, misty step
- Spell Slots: 4 • 3 • – • – • – • – • – • – • –
- Spells Prepared (Int bonus + Level): 9
- Cantrips: light, omen of owls (toll the dead), prestidigitation
- 1st: fog cloud, mage armor, shield, sleep
- 2nd: dragon's breath, magic weapon, misty step
- Minor Conjuration: Conjure inanimate object into hand or on ground within 10 ft. No larger than 3 ft on a side and weigh no more than 10 lb. Object is visibly magical, radiating dim light out to 5 ft. Object disappears after 1 hour, when you use this feature again or if it takes any damage.
- Fey Teleportation: Campaign Feat. +1 Int • Read, speak, and write Ruathlek • Learn misty step and can cast it once without expending a spell slot. Regain when complete a short or long rest. Uses Int.
- Ritual Caster (Druid): Human Feat. Able to cast druid rituals from a ritual book. May add new spells to book that are no higher than one half level (rounded up). Takes 2 hours per level of the spell and 50gp per level.
- 1st-Level: detect magic, speak with animals
- Theologian: 4th level Feat. +1 Int • Double proficiency in Religion • Learn thaumaturgy and detect evil and good. Can cast detect evil and good without expending a spell slot, 1/long rest.
- Coins: x
- Gems: x
- In Hand: owl staff (quarterstaff + arcane focus)
- Worn: common clothing
- Belt: knife
- Backpack: bedroll, mess kit, tinderbox, 10 torches, 10 days of rations, waterskin, 50 ft of hempen rope
- spellbook, bottle of ink, quill
The Player Characters
- Tomtom: Sometimes Tomtom frightens me with how not-concerned he is about getting into trouble. I like him a lot – I seem to like brave people – but I worry about him, too.
- Alvar: I don't even really understand the teachings that Alvar is learning. He doesn't fight like other warriors. I admire his discipline and kindness, though. (He's also very handsome but we are definitely not going to talk about that!)
- Casaadi: Casaadi is just...so self-assured. She hies off on her own all the time and doesn't seem to care what anyone thinks. I wish I knew how she does that. I really like her and she seems to be okay with me hanging around, too! I don't like it when people accuse Casaadi of being a tease (or worse). It's so obvious that she didn't know how Wulric felt – it's not like he's exactly forthcoming about things like his feelings.
- Ahvain: Even though I know Charity tricked him into helping her with that whole "moon magic" thing like four years ago, I can't quite seem to escape the fact that he was instrumental in terribly, terribly humiliating me. I want to forgive him but I just don't know how.
- Taran Songfire: Taran always seems to serious and scary. I've been afraid of him since I was a little girl, though he's never said or done anything bad. He doesn't even raise his voice when you're in trouble. He's not angry – he's just disappointed and ugh that's a horrible feeling.
- Alethra Songfire: My teacher and favorite of the guardians. It sometimes seems like she knows everything. She understands what I'm talking about when I talk about the kinds of magic that I want to study and explore, and how wonderful it all is. (She is very patient with my excitable babbling about such things, though I try to do it way less now that I'm not a kid anymore.) Some of the others find her kind of distant, but it's just because there's so much going on in her mind. You can tell.
- Katernin Kulenov: Above all, you have to know this: there is no greater giver-of-hugs than Katernin. They're not exactly what I'd call parental, per se. They're just there when you need them, and then things are back to normal. It was kind of a relief when they realized that I wasn't ever going to be much good at handling my staff, and let me take up all my study time with Alethra. They also taught me woodworking, and gave me advice for finishing making my owl staff.
- Arinda: Ugh. Arinda is just awful. At least Charity smiles and pretends to be nice - Arina doesn't make any effort at that. Honestly, I wish that Tomtom wasn't...involved with her the way he is. He could do so much better. But I guess that's none of my business.
- Baeron: Baeron is dreamy. And not (just) because he's handsome - he's just so much fun. He knows how to talk to people, and he never stutters or blushes or wants to run away when everyone is looking at him. He tells the best stories, too. You would almost believe he'd been there for some of them, but we all know he's been here his whole life just like the rest of us. I really like him and kind of wish he wasn't as close to Charity as he is.
- Charity: I wish I could hate her. I feel like maybe that would be easier? Instead, I just...am afraid of her. It's always a relief when she doesn't notice me. Her attention is so...I don't know. Terrifying. Will she be nice and make me feel like I belong, even just a little bit? Will she be awful, but in that half-joking way so that if you take offense, you seem like the one with the problem?
- Dorn: I admire Dorn's composure and sense of responsibility. Unlike Wulric, he doesn't need to run off to tattle – he just handles things when he's in charge, and that's amazing. I don't know what he's been doing in Sweetspring, but it's probably pretty important. I bet there's someone there he's helping as a priest of Lathander, probably! (He's also very handsome but we're not going to talk about that, thank you very much.)
- Joven: I probably get along best with Joven out of everyone outside of my circle of friends. No surprise, really - he's the only other wizard at the orphanage, so we've spent a lot of time studying together. He's kind of a nag, always telling people what they should do (mostly so he can come back with an "I told you so" later), but that's sort of okay with me. I sometimes feel like everything is too much, and having someone on hand who knows what to do immediately is good. It also seems to make him happy when someone takes him seriously, so that's extra good. He deserves to be happy.
- Marek: Marek is the worst. He was so much bigger than the rest of us a few years ago. He used to love to try and trip me as I walked past him in the dining hall, but he doesn't do that anymore after the time I fell and bloodied my nose. Everyone laughing was so much worse than the pain, but Taran noticed what was going on and talked to him, I'm pretty sure.
- Wulric: I know everyone dislikes him. I mean, he's told on me, too. He just seems so...uncomfortable when things aren't going the way they're supposed to. I almost feel bad for him. From what I've read, dwarves are often very connected to their lineage and peoples' traditions. I think one of the reasons he's so cranky and awful is because he feels that missing connection very strongly.
- Zora: Zora is just...amazing. I know she's going to be someone heroic and important and amazing, and I can't wait to be able to say that I knew her when we were kids! Well. Sort of knew her. We're not friends or anything. <shrug>