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dnd:wealand [2014/05/30 02:32]
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dnd:wealand [2014/06/01 21:04] (current)
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 ====== Wealand Jelerak ====== ====== Wealand Jelerak ======
  
-{{:dnd:wealand.pdf|}}+{{:dnd:wealand_base_.pdf|Base Character}} 
 +{{:​dnd:​wealand_buffed_.pdf|When Buffed}}
 ==== history ==== ==== history ====
 Wealand Jelerak (né Symbaern) is old, even for an elf. He was born in DR684. He was the youngest member of House Symbaern to escape from Myth Drannor, though was a child of 30 at the time. He grew up resenting his house'​s decision to abandon the city, and spent his first four centuries studying the underpinnings of magic to gain a deeper understanding of the mythal which had protected it. Frustrated, he eventually fell to more practical applications of magic, and made numerous expeditions to the mainland. His association with the more pragmatic races of the mainland slowly moved him from frustration with the loss of his home city to outright contempt of the gaudy fatalism of the elves of Evermeet. During this time though, he formed a lasting friendship with the much younger Utani Durothil. Though they disagreed for centuries on the worth of traditional elven values, the young scribe and the old beguiler maintained a close camaraderie.  Wealand Jelerak (né Symbaern) is old, even for an elf. He was born in DR684. He was the youngest member of House Symbaern to escape from Myth Drannor, though was a child of 30 at the time. He grew up resenting his house'​s decision to abandon the city, and spent his first four centuries studying the underpinnings of magic to gain a deeper understanding of the mythal which had protected it. Frustrated, he eventually fell to more practical applications of magic, and made numerous expeditions to the mainland. His association with the more pragmatic races of the mainland slowly moved him from frustration with the loss of his home city to outright contempt of the gaudy fatalism of the elves of Evermeet. During this time though, he formed a lasting friendship with the much younger Utani Durothil. Though they disagreed for centuries on the worth of traditional elven values, the young scribe and the old beguiler maintained a close camaraderie.