Genasi Swordmage from the Tempestwrack


LEITH, level 3 Genasi, Swordmage Swordmage Aegis: Aegis of Assault

FINAL ABILITY SCORES Str 10, Con 13, Dex 10, Int 20, Wis 13, Cha 10.

Starting Ability Scores Str 8, Con 13, Dex 10, Int 18, Wis 13, Cha 10.

AC: 22 Fort: 12 Reflex: 16 Will: 14 HP: 40 Surges: 9 Surge Value: 10

TRAINED SKILLS Arcana, Insight, Athletics, Diplomacy.

FEATS 1: Intelligent Blademaster 2: Extra Manifestation

POWERS 1, At-Will: Lightning Lure 1, At-Will: Sword Burst 1, Encounter: Lightning Clash 1, Daily: Dimensional Thunder 2, Utility: Dimensional Warp 3, Encounter: Transposing Lunge

ITEMS Longsword, Leather Armor, Adventurer’s Kit, Bedroll, Cloth Armor (Basic Clothing), Backpack (empty), Bloodcut Leather Armor +1, Magic Longsword +2


Gregarious and friendly, Leith is outgoing with a mind to help all those he can manage. He is a bit naive, having led a mildly sheltered life in the training halls and beaches of Cordance, and having had a relatively easy time with his studies and learning. He is nonetheless likeable, though headstrong.

A lanky youth, with pale and shimmering grey-violet skin, stands before you dressed in deep red leather armor. His hair is at first glance strikingly white, but closer scrutiny reveals that in truth it sparkles with a fine opalescent shimmer, like liquid spun glass. His eyes, the color of the sky in a gathering storm glint with a sly chuckle, as he rests a hand on the sword at his hip.

Leith is an initiate in to an ancient sect of Swordmages based in Cordance, the island city in the placid heart of the Tempestwrack. His family dwells in Cordance still, His Father and Mother, Mori and Jhae, are the owners of the curiosities and imports shop The Weathered Trunk in the Market District. Mori was injured gravely in a pirate raid on the Market’s port when he was a youth. He sustained a wound that eventually led to the loss of his left leg, and the end of his dream of becoming a Swordmagi of the Order. Leith entered the Order’s service on his 10th birthday, the earliest an initiate can begin their training. Mori hoped that he would grow to fill his empty shoes and carry on the life of adventure that he was denied. The boy took naturally to the practice of Swordmagic. His keen mind buoyed him to notoriety amongst the other apprentices, despite his general lack of physical ability.

He has just set off upon his Journey, his Chief Instructor, Dola Bailwoade, directing him to the town of Thornbridge, to contact Gravin Wyrmsbane


Netharis Arakavnos