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  • The Hunt Part 3 and Nelda's Lament

    Following the slaying of the Boar and its butchering by the two huntsmen, the magi and Lord Edgar had to decide whether to stay the night or attempt to leave the swamp as dusk neared. Deciding the dry hill that was home to the Black Boar's lair was safe …

  • Church of St. Lazarus

    h2. The Church of St. Lazarus In the late Winter of 1221, the magi set out for Berwick on Tweed, where Marcus and Fearghus retrieved a shipment of lab ware from the Venetian trader Giovanni. In addition, Marcus’ maid and bodyguard Viznja arrived on …

  • The Brook Troll

    This story features [[:sir-pelleas-the-gallant-ex-merineta | Sir Peleas]] as he searches for a water demon or sprite that chased off the Covenant's grogs from a pool. The pool was a site for finding muto vis, in the form of small pieces of furniture and …

  • Spring 1221 - Cross on the Shore

    The Covenant was contacted by a magus in another Tribunal about a former companion who feared a supernatural threat on his life. The former companion was Sir Gilbert Montrey, the lord of Castle Kennedy and the fishing hamlet of Caerryan on eastern shore …

  • Spring 1222

    In the Springe of 1221, [[:marcus-of-tremere | Marcus of Tremere]] received a letter via Redcap from a Priest in Italy. It has originally been sent to his home Tremere covenant and was slow to find him in Scotland. The letter read: _To Stephanus of …

  • Summer 1222

    The party from Scotland finally arrived in the central mountains of Italy. They sought the priest in the village of Tonio Fratta who sent Marcus the letter and learned that Marcus' parents had not only been burned as witches, but that his maternal uncle …

  • Summer 1222 cont.

    h2. *Monte Castillo de Vibio* In Monte Castillo de Vibio, [[:fearghus-innish-mac-monadh | Feargus]], Francois Orlon, [[:bjorn-killsgaard | Bjorn]], [[:hammish-mcdougal | Hammish]] and [[:seamus-mcdougal | Seamish]] found themselves in Tavern run by a …

  • Srping 1223

    While the Patriots were letting the air out of the Seahawks hopes for a National Championship, the magi at the covenant were called to assist their benefactor L[[:alan-fitzroland | ord Alan FitzRoland]], Lord of Galloway and Constable to the King of …

  • Spring 1223

    While the game was short last week, it saw big changes to the political and magical landscape in Scotland. [[:alan-fitzroland | Alan FitzRoland]], Lord of Galloway, Constable of Scotland, and the number 2 general of the realm, was killed by Lady Cecilia' …

  • Home Page

    !(media-item-align-right){height:261px;width:405px}http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/52859/loch-trool-alternate.jpg(Loch trool alternate)!QUAERENTES IN EXTREMIS (Seekers on the Edge) is an Ars Magica saga set in the Loch Leglean Tribunal exploring a …

  • Main Page

    h3. *Welcome to Quaerentes in Extremis* h4. *Covenant* [[Covenant Details | Quaerentes in Extremis]] Data Sheet Floor Plan [[Charter | Charter]] [[Members of the Covenant | Members of the Covenant]] [[Library | Library]] Labs [[VIS STOCKS | Vis …

  • Seasonal Activity Page

    h1. Season Activity Table h4. Spring of 1220 |*PCs*|*Location*|*Activity*| |Fearghus| Glen Luce| Adventure: Great Boar Hunt and Discovery of Nelda's Tears| |Marcus| Glen Luce| Adventure: Great Boar Hunt and Discovery of Nelda's Tears| h4. …

  • Covenant Details

    [[File:345981 | class=media-item-align-center | Mountain_Motte.jpg]] h2. Covenant of Quaerentes The Covenant of Quaerentes in Extremis is located in a magic regio that rests atop on Buchan Hill above Loch Trool in the "Galloway Hills":http://en. …

  • Charter

    h2. The Oath of Covenant of Quaerentes in Extremis Being the charter of the Covenant of Quaerentes in Extremis in the 1220 Year of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. I pledge my lifelong support and loyalty to the Covenant of Quaerentes in Extremis, and …

  • Creating a Mage

    h2. Creating a Magus Character h4. © 1999 Ken Kofman Creating a magus for the first time can be daunting. First you have to consider characteristics. Then Virtues and Flaws. Then Arts. Then Spells. Then Abilities. But wait! The Abilities you choose …

  • VIS STOCKS

    h1. Vis Stocks h2. Uncontested Vis *Nelda's Tears* (6 Pawns Me)- On St. Brendan the Voyager's Day (May 16), the ghost of Nelda appears in Luce March near Glen Luce Abbey on the banks of Piltanton Burn. The Tears she brings to those who hear her …

  • Members of the Covenant

    h4. *Magi* [[:fearghus-innish-mac-monadh | Feargus the Damhadh-duidsan]] Ex Miscelanea (Joined 1220) [[:marcus-of-tremere | Marcus of Tremere]] (Joined 1220) [[:sir-pelleas-the-gallant-ex-merineta | Sir Pelleas]] (The Gallant) of Merinita (Joined …

  • Loch Leglean Tribunal

    h3. Introduction The Loch Leglean Tribunal reflects the cultural diversity of Scotland. Three covenants dominate the tribunal, each with its supporters and cultural preferences. In addition to the Order of Hermes, two magic traditions exist in the …

  • Rumors-News

    *History Prior to 1220* 6 January 1156: Somerled defeats the Norse and subsequently becomes King of the Isles, leader of a Gaelic state centred on Finlaggan on Islay. 1157: Henry II of England rips up a promise given to David I in 1149 to allow the …

  • Glen Geasadair

    h1. Glen Geasadair Glen Geasadair ('valley of the sorcerors') is a Highland covnenant in the Loch Leglean Tribunal. It dates before the founding of House Ex Miscelaneous and the war against Damhan-Allaidh, and is sliding from autumn into winter. It …

  • Devil and Pike

    h1. Devil and Pike [[File:443547 | class=media-item-align-none | 400px | medieval_inn.jpg]] The Devil and Pike is a fortified inn a few hours walk from Sterling on the road to St Andrews, in Scotland. It serves as a waystation for pilgrims heading to …

  • The Church

    h2. The Church in Scotland Religion is an important part of everyday life. Many people dedicate their whole lives to God as monks or nuns, or worked as lay members of monasteries and nunneries. Scotland is home to cathedrals, chapels, collegiate …

  • Horsingus

    Founded in 1073 by a group of Saxon magi, Horsingas has become a dedicated hold-out in Loch Leglean against Norman practice which is now the norm in Scotland. They interfere with the king and his barons to an extent that would surely cause many of the …

  • Cnoc Nathair

    The name of this Highland Covenant means "Hill of the Serpent" in Gaelic. It is found at the north-east end of Glen Morison. It is the mystical Loch Ness that attracts the magi – for centuries there have been stories about a beast living in the loch, and …

  • Vidua Vastae

    *Vidua Vastae* ("The Haven of the Desolate Widow")is a hermetic covnenant in the Loch Leglean Tribunal. It is the headquarters and mustering point of House Tremere in Scotland, and as such has been built for defence. It occupies a headland on the coast of …

  • Glenluce Abbey

    h3. History !(media-item-align-right)http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/248379/Glen_Luce_Abbey.jpg(Glen luce abbey)! Glenluce Abbey,near to Glenluce, Wigtownshire, Scotland, was a Cistercian monastery called also Abbey of Luce or _Vallis Lucis_ and …

  • Ancient Stanes, Cairns, Cups and Rings

    !(media-item-align-right){width:220px;height:284px;}//db4sgowjqfwig.cloudfront.net/assets/264294/standingstones.jpg?1384881350(standingstones.jpg)!Covering almost 6500 square km, the region has a wide variety of stone circles, standing stones, named …

  • Holy Wells and Springs

    *Rutherford's Well,* Holy Well, Anworth near Gatehouse Fleet. The well is housed in a low domed building made of stone. The water runs from it into a stone trough and then onto the earth. Access is via a footpath down the side of the Anworth church. …

  • Mystical Places

    [[Ancient Stanes, Cairns, Cups and Rings | Stanes, Cairns, Cups and Rings]] Ring Forts and Duns Caves, Gates and Portals [[Holy Wells and Springs | Holy Wells]] Haunts Faerie Mounds Faerie Forest

  • Library

    h1. Library h3. Best Summae Code of Hermes *Codex of Alberius, The Fourth* (L2, Q13) Magic Theory *Magic Theoriam Fora* (L8, Q16) Order of Hermes Lore *Codex of Alberius, The First* (L2, Q13) ||*Table of Books*||| |Art|*Title*|Type|Level, …

  • Rupes Vitri

    Rupes Vitri Rupes Vitri is a hermetic covnenant in the Loch Leglean Tribunal. Founded in 1054 in a regio on the slopes of Cairn Gorm, Rupes Vitri was originally intended to bring civilisation to the Scots. Since its founding, the covenant has gone …

  • The Royal Family

    !(media-item-align-none){width:400px;}//db4sgowjqfwig.cloudfront.net/assets/316027/kingbeserkers_500px.jpg?1397170688(kingbeserkers_500px.jpg)! h4. King Reginald Godredsson Reginald was King Godred Olafsson’s eldest son and was very warlike. When …

  • House Rules

    These rules act as enhancements and clarifications for the Ars Magica role-playing game, as used by our group. h3. New Covenant Members h3. Character Generation Clarifications Overall these updates will probably not change how the characters …

  • Normandy Tribunal

    h2. THE NORMANDY TRIBUNAL From west to east, the Normandy Tribunal extends from the Atlantic Ocean over 400 miles to the edge of Lorraine and the River Saone, marking the border with the Rhine and Greater Alps Tribunals and the Holy Roman Empire. The …

  • Fudarus

    Domus Magna of House Tytalus, Fudarus is located in the westernmost part of the Tribunal. It was home to the founder Tytalus, his apprentice Pralix (founder of House Ex Miscellanea) and Tasgilia (responsible for the accusations of diabolism that nearly …

  • Confluensis

    Confluensis (Normandy - Cotentin peninsula) The biggest Quaesitorial covenant in Normandy, the members of Confluensis are hand picked by the Inner Council of Magvillus. Members are chosen for their adherence and reverence to the Code of Hermes. This is …

  • Florum

    Mixed houses, including Verditius, Jerbiton and Merinita. Florum is, in fact, a collection of smaller covenants which act under the same name. For all legal purposes, however, Florum, at Ghent, is the actual covenant; the others being no more than the …

  • Montverte

    Known as warlike and aggressive, it has a number of vassal covenants. Montverte is a formidable Norman keep located on a rocky outcropping in southern Normandy. It controls a local Baron who helps manage the mundane affairs of the covenant. Montverte is …

  • Oleron

    Oleron descends from an Arthurian Faerie Court. Its members are mostly Merinita, and they are intimately associated with the faeries in the Court. Youngest among the Great Lieges, it nonetheless holds great power in the Tribunal. It is located within a …

  • Dragon’s Rest

    Dragon’s Rest is located in a series of caves who used to be the lair of an old dragon. It is the Tribunal’s Mercer House, and their fealty to Confluensis is only formal, as their Oath is actually very equitable.

  • Lapis Crudus

    Once a great covenant, Lapis Crudus has spent the last 80 years imprisoned in a Faerie Regio. The covenant was considered lost by the Tribunal, only to emerge five years ago, at a limited state. It’s first Tribunal since returning will take place in 1221, …

  • Nidi

    Small urban covenant in a small town. Veritable oddities in Houses Merinita and Bjornaer for working together, the magi from Nidi seek harmony between urban and natural environment. Founded in 1100, the covenant had no choice but to adapt to the changes …

  • Spider's Palace

    The Spider Palace was the original site of Florum, and now lies mostly abandoned, having only one or two magi present at all times in order to keep its Seisins. It is home to small ex Miscelanea tradition.

  • Requies Aerterna

    A small Ex Miscellanea covenant facing winter, Requiaes Aeterna is the nominal seat of power to a tradition known as the [[Donatores Requietis Aeternae | Donatores Requietis Aeternae]], who are dedicated to aiding the dead to depart the world of the …

  • Atsingani

    This is a small covenant that consists of a semi-mobile camp in the forested uplands of Auvergne, in the east of Aquitaine. It has been causing trouble amongst the other covenants of the Tribunal, stealing vis sources and interfering where they are …

  • Cunfin

    Associated with the church, it has some Holy magi and Mercere who operate at the Champagne Fairs. Placed in the village of Cunfin, in Champagne, Cunfin is, unusually, home both to magi and monks. As unusual as this combination may be, it has kept the …

  • Exspectatio

    Founded in 1200 under the name Atramentum, it was later renamed when it received several magi from Fudarus who wished to stay away from the conflict between Harpax and Buliste. The former occupants were “compensated” and moved on to found Atramentus …

  • Atramentum Renatus

    While now of mixed Houses, “Atramentum Reborn” was founded in Burgundy in 1201, when senior Tytali magi took Atramentum for themselves. It is actually a vassal of Expectatio, not Fudarus, but there is not much difference in practice. h4. Magi: * …

  • Eboris

    Located in Paris, Eboris was founded after the Archmagus Mathieus ex Jerbiton fled Constantinople after it was sacked. Mathieus has no further goals in expanding his Hermetic knowledge, and the covenant is not much interested in study. While there are …

  • The Roman Tribunal

    The Roman Tribunal is comprised of the Italian peninsula, the historic districts of Lombardy and Verona, the Papal State, the KIngdom of Sicily, Corsica and Sardinia, and parts of North Africa. Harco, domus magna of House Mercere; Magvillus, domus magna …

  • Church on Isle of Man

    !(media-item-align-none){width:300px;}//db4sgowjqfwig.cloudfront.net/assets/316025/ISle_of_Man_CHurch.jpg?1397170368(ISle_of_Man_CHurch.jpg)! The Church is an important landowner on Man. Rushen Abbey owns around an eighth of all the treens on the …

  • The Kindgom of the Isles and Man

    These islands stretch from the Welsh Coast to the northern waters off Scotland. Ruled by the Norse for hundreds of years and, they are slowly falling into the political spheres of England, Scotland, and Ireland. The Manx inhabitants are a mixture of …

  • Hibernia Tribunal

    h1. The Hibernian Tribunal This Tribunal encompasses Ireland and its associated isles and was long a stronghold of House Diedne. Hibernia is a highly magical place with much unsettled land and large populations of faeries. Magi have been attracted to …

  • Elk's Run

    h2. Elk’s Run (Meath) Of a somewhat different temperament are the magi of Elk’s Run. Established only a year ago, the covenant consists of younger and more ambitious magi. Nestled in a large, isolated valley to the west of Lake Derg, it consists of a …

  • Cliffheart

    Cllffheart (Meath) A covenant of sedate magi located on an island off the southeast comer of Hibernia, this covenant rests on a ledge on the side of the cliff that entirely circles this isle. The only physical access to Cliffheart is a precarious path …

  • Circulus Ruber (Meath)

    h2. Circulus Ruber (Meath) The name means “red circle,” which is the symbol of this covenant. The eldest covenant in Hibernia, it has members whose ancestors helped Pralix fight Dav’Nalleous centuries ago. This Covenant of the Red Circle has gone …

  • Ashenrise

    h2. Ashenrise (Leinster) Decades ago, the founders of Ashenrise lived in a covenant in Wales named Tagelyn. Buried beneath the ground, the lower reaches of its caverns extended deep into the earth, reaching, perhaps, even to the lairs of demons. They …

  • The Cistercian Order

    The *Cistercian Order*, like the Cluniacs, were born of zeal for reform and a desire to return to the original Benedictine Rule. At the end of the 11th century, a group of French monks from several houses left their houses. All of them were reformers and …

  • Monastic Offices

    h3. Abbot (or Abbess) The abbess or abbot is the ruler, spiritual leader and caretaker of the monastery. It is a position of great responsibility, and often abbots are particularly powerful, even in national politics, though it varies with the wealth …

  • Donatores Requietis Aeternae

    The Donatores Requietis Aeternae, the Givers of Eternal Rest, are a young tradition of religious magi who exist to send the dead to their final rest. They are most commonly found in the Normandy and Stonehenge Tribunals, or the Tribunals adjacent to …

  • Damhadh-Duidsan

    When Pralix marched on Damhan-Allaidh, she was joined by a Gaelic wizard named Damhadh-Duidas (roughly translated: 'malice-writer') who was of the same magical tradition. He could carve strange runes which cursed and stole life from his foes, healing …

  • The Gruagachan (Hedge Tradition)

    The gruagachan are a Pictish tradition, descending from the ancient priests of the god Gruagach. The Picti were native to what is now Scotland, but their people have been forgotten outside of the gruagachan. They are Gruagach's judges, granting blessings …

  • Church Leaders in Scotland in 1220s

    h3. Subject to the Archbishop of York: *Bishop of Galloway* - Walter of Whithorn (1209–1235) *Archdeacon of Galloway* - John (c. 1186-1222) h3. Subject directly to Rome: *Bishop of Aberdeen* - Adam de Kald (1207–1228?) *Bishop of Argyll …

  • Benandanti from Hedge Magic

    _The following is a lengthy summary of the Benandanti Chapter in Hedge Magic Revised._ The Nightwalkers are an unGifted tradition. Or, rather, their tradition has nothing to do with the Gift - it occurs sometimes in the Gifted, but they gain no special …

  • Covenant of Harco - Roman Tribunal

    The Domus Magna of [[House Mercere | House Mercere]], Harco is located in Piedmont, in a small town very near the border with the Pronvecal and Rhine Tribunals. Mercere chose its location for its convenience, not its magical qualities, and it has almost …

  • House Mercere

    h1. House Mercere Mercere is a House of heralds, messengers, merchants, and adventurers. Most members of the House have no magical Gift, yet they are protected by the Code out of recognition for all the work they do for the Order. However, within the …

  • Covenant of Magvillus in Roman Tribunal

    The Domus Magna of House Guernicus, Magvillus lies on the southern portion of the Apennine mountain range in the Kingdom of Sicily, upon a peak nine miles north of the town of Potenza. The highly secretive Covenant has almost no involvement with Tribunal …

  • Covenant of Vardian's Tomb in ROman Tribunal

    h1. Vardian's Tomb The covenant of Vardian's Tomb is one of the smallest in the Roman Tribunal. It is located a few miles beyond the current boundary of Rome, in what was once the old city before Rome suffered the drastic and long term loss of …

  • Covenant of Verdi in Roman Tribunal

    h1. Verdi The Domus Magna of House Verditius is on the island of Sardinia. It consists of a squat stone tower surrounded by six taller stone towers. The main tower is a patchwork affair, initially built over a sacred forge and repaired as it has aged. …

  • Covenant of Literatus in Roman Tribunal

    h1. Literatus Covenant of the Roman Tribunal. Currently an Autumn covenant. Founded in 1001, Literatus is a large and active Covenant which has, for nearly 200 years, dedicated itself to bringing about unity between the Order of Hermes and the …

  • Twelve Houses

    *House Bjornaer:* A Germanic mystery cult descending from the sorceress Birna. They are able to turn into animals (‘heartbeasts’) due to their spiritual descent from potent, magical beasts whom they consider holy. They distrust and dislike other …

  • BOONS & HOOKS

    h2. Boons h4. Site Boons: These reflect the physical location of the Covenant. *Aura (Major) (x2)*: Buchan Hill has a Aura of 3 (the base level), but within the Motte the Aura is a 5. _Each Major Aura boon increases the aura of a limited area of …

  • Sophia Trianoma Detailed Character Creation

    h1. Sophia Trianomae Quaerentes in Extremis House Bonisagus Age: 23 Size: -1 Confidence: 1 *Characteristics*: Int +3, Per +2, Str -3, Sta +1, Prs 0, Com +2, ,Dx +1, Qik -1 *Virtues:* The Gift (free, special) Affinity with Intellego ( …

  • Important Personages

    [[Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway | Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway]] Bishop of Galloway – Walter of Whithorn (1209–1235) Archdeacon of Galloway – John (c. 1186-1222) [[The King of Scotland | Alexander II King of Scotland]] [[The Royal Family …

  • Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway

    h1. Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway [[File:415080 | class=media-item-align-right | 265x200px | Cruggleton_Castle_old_sketch.jpg]] [[:alan-fitzroland | Alan FitzRoland]] is the Lord of Galloway, hereditary Constable of Scotland, and unofficial …

  • Advancement

    h1. House Rules: Advancement h2. Advancement Formula *ADVANCEMENT TOTAL* = Source Quality + Bonus from Virtues – Penalty from Flaws h2. Adventure Experience * All characters (including magi, companions, and grogs)are eligible for …

  • Loch Leaglan Meeting Site

    Loch Leglean is a freshwater lake in the Grampian mountains of Scotland. Since the war against Damhan-Allaidh in year 1036 of the Age of Aries (anno domini 897), it has been the main meeting-place of the Order of Hermes in Scotland, and lends its name to …

  • Loch Leaglan Site

    Loch Leglean is a freshwater lake in the "Grampian mountains":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grampian_Mountains of Scotland. Since the war against Damhan-Allaidh in year 1036 of the Age of Aries (anno domini 897), it has been the main meeting-place of the …

  • Galloway

    Galloway is an area in southwestern Scotland contained by sea to the west and south, the [[Galloway Hills | Galloway Hills]] to the north, and the River Nith to the east. It has always been slightly isolated due to having 150 miles of rugged coastline and …

  • Galloway Hills

    "The Galloway Hills":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galloway_Hills are part of the Southern Uplands of Scotland, comprise an area of several hundred square miles of largely uninhabited wild land and form the northern boundary of Galloway. The Merrick is the …

  • Scottish Faeries and other Creatures

    h1. SCOTTISH FAERIES bq). And they are elfin manners Who stand at prow and helm; By mortal eye unseen, they hie From many an airy realm. Many supernatural creatures dot the Scottish highlands. Some are downright scary while others are absolutely …

  • Lamh nam Monadh

    Lamh nam Monadh is located in the moors near the village of Farrais, and is aligned with the abbey there. The magi of Lamh nam Monadh will use the nuns of the abbey to teach prospective apprentices until they are ready to begin their Hermetic studies. …

  • Arbroath

    The Covenant of Arbroath coexists with Arbroath Abbey (founded by King David of Scotland), and was founded at the same time in 1178.

  • MacGrugach

    Located in Caithness, Mac Gruagach was founded in 988. It operates as a clan and protects the interests of the Highlands, mainly through intimidation (whether political, magical or physical). This often puts it at odds with the other two main covenants. …

  • Leth Cuinn

    Leth Cuinn lies in Ulster, the second Mercer House of the Tribunal. It is not a covenant and has no cathach, like Leth Moga. Since its creation in 898, it has focused on martil pusuits, but this has dramatically turned since 1029, when Daire Farranta …

  • Vigil

    Another covenant of Ulster is Vigil, which exists to defend Ireland. Or, at least, that was the intent. It was a Diedne covenant that laid claim to its status by hunting and slaughtering the great black pig that made the ditch of Ulster, taking its tusks …

  • Qui Sonant Pro Quieto

    Ulster is also home to the covenant Qui Sonant Pro Quieto. Legend has it that the giant Finn MacCumhaill is cursed to sleep beneath the hillside while the sound of song is heard above. The magi of Qui Sonant ensure the songs are sung, and also serve as …

  • Alan FitzRoland DECEASED 1223

    Born about 1175, Alan of Galloway was the son of Roland (or Lochlann), Lord of Galloway and Helen de Morville and was born in about 1175. Alan inherited the position of Constable of Scotland and the Lordship of Galloway from his father, and the de …

  • Hammish McDougal

    Hammish McDougal, a Gallowglass Mercenary has recently taken employ with the Covenant. Born in nearby Annandale, he and his brother Seamus grew up on a farm, where he spent his time stealing cattle and getting into scrapes with other clansmen. He has …

  • Seamus McDougal

    "Wa sa ye abote meh cócaráil?" Seamus McDougal, a Gallowglass Mercenary has recently taken employ with the Covenant with his brother Hammish. Seamus is smaller and less experienced of the two but has skill as a cook. Born in nearby Annadale, Seamus has …

  • Brother Padrig

    Born in 1176 in a small welsh village. In 1190, he joined King Richard's campaign to the Holy Land as a bowman. He participated in the siege of Acre and the battle of Arsuf before returning to Britain in late 1195. In 1202 he again took up the cross at …

  • Visnja the Maid

    Vezna is the child of a peasant girl who was in love with a young man whom her parents disapproved. Refused marriage, the young man killed himself, subsequently rising as a vampire. Loving her living lover, she reviled the dead one. He attacked her and …

  • Claude

    He is easily the ugliest man in the covenant. A few years ago, when he served Sagitta Ignicula at another covenant, Claude was blasted during a wizard duel. Sagitta was apologetic but was not a healer. Claude hates fire magic. He has scars over his …

  • Bjorn Killsgaard

    The raid had gone as planned. They had sailed in silently under the darkness of the new moon. Now the fires of burning village lit the battleground, such as it was. This was his first raid was captain of his own ship. The crew of the [[Sjor-bjorn | …

  • Sir Pelleas (The Gallant) Ex Merineta

    1 years old (5 childhood, 9 Adolescent, 15 apprenticeship, 2 post). Physical appearance is mid 20s, thin features with a sharp jaw. Long mane of golden hair that hide small horns above the temples. Short curly beard and feral eyes. Sigil is that all his …

  • Sophia Trianomae

    I don't remember much about my mother. I do have hazy memories of learning to read by candlelight, a gentle touch, a patient voice... but these are the misty memories of early childhood. Even so, my mother dominated my first five years, and there are …

  • Eckhart Hildebrand of Tytalus

    Eckhart was raised in a poor farming village in the Bavarian countryside. He lived with his pater and mater and siblings on a small farm where his parents harshly worked the children from sunrise to sunset. For as long as Eckhart could remember, life was …

  • Rissa Linette

    Poor upbringing, no known family remaining. Ex-prostitute who ran away from her pimp after he disfigured her by a cutting a scar into her face when she failed to earn enough to satisfy him because of her timid nature. Hornsworth took her in and, seeing a …

  • Garrett Trueford

    Trueford is an old schoolyard friend of Hornsworth’s. While not a permanent resident of the estate, he was a doctor in town and visited frequently. Hornsworth enjoyed his stories because while Trueford would never quit his day job in medicine, his real …

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