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Viremon Shattus Male Dark Elf Bard
Born in The Tavern in the Village of Giffton
STR 14INT 9WIS 15DEX 13CON 9CHA 14
Viremon was raised in a poor family. His father was a fisherman and his mother was a waitress at the tavern where he worked. Viremon and his brother were always the first to go fishing with their father. The fishing village was peaceful and the people kind. Viremon was always an avid bard, so the tavern was always a good place to sing and be around his family. He didnâ€™t do much thievery while growing up, but after he discovered the sweet melodies of the world, he became a thief. His brother became a sailor, and Viremon decided to try his hand at the life of a bard. He practiced singing every day, and sometimes every night. He is now a famous bard in the land of Grabisco.
Viremon is very optimistic. He enjoys the company of others and is willing to do his best to help others. He is extremely musical and has the ability to teach others how to play his lyre. He loves stories and is very caring for his friends.
Viremon has the typical elf features. He has long, wavy, black hair and a fair complexion. He is usually dressed in green, black, and white. When traveling, he will wear his bard robes. He is always carrying his lyre, which has become a treasure of the bard world.
Start of Character:
Viremon has always dreamed of finding his family, but has no idea where they are. He is currently adventuring the lands of Grabisco.
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The character was captured but escaped with the help of a heroic or powerful friend who has no name.
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