Taliesin Alighiero

Bard looking to write his way into the history books


Gender: Male
Race: Human
Age: 25
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Class: Bard
Deity: Olidammara
Height: 5 foot 9

Strength: 14
Constitution: 13
Dexterity: 17
Intelligence: 17
Wisdom: 14
Charisma: 18
Hit Points: 9
AC: 2

Climb Walls: 60%
Detect Noise: 30%
Pick Pockets: 15%
Read Languages: 5%

Hide Armour
Composite Short Bow and 100 x Sheaf Arrow (1d8)
Longsword (1d8/1d12) and Rapier (1d6/1d8)
Silver Flute

Spells Known:
Affect Normal Fires
Find Familiar
Hold Portal
Magic Missile
Protection from Evil
Shocking Grasp
Unseen Servant

Casting Spells:
3 1st level per day



He is as charming and mesmerising as he is deadly and cunning. Mersharr spent his childhood spinning tales for the other children in his village. On a fine summer’s day our hero was performing in the village square when along rode a great bard who admired this young lad’s skill. Apprenticed at the age of ten to a wealthy and well known bard, he quickly picked up the tricks of the trade and his stories were aided by his ability to go from cute as a kitten to a deep threatening growl to a mighty roar. After ten years of apprenticeship his master and now close friend decided it was time for him to find his own way in the world. For the past five years he has roamed the land for the most part visiting nobles who could reward his masterfully told stories and wonderfully sung tales greatly. However after living for so long in the comfortable life it dawned on him, none of the most famous bard just sat around reciting old tales, they went and found adventure and wrote new tales. So with that in mind our feline friend began his own adventure…

Taliesin Alighiero

Dragolin Fables: Tales of the 4th age samngliv Alnarin