Dragolin Fables: Tales of the 4th age
Captain Vuranel Landonir the Promised
A strong, decisive Paladin of Pelor.
Height: 6’ 0"
Weight: 175 lbs
Alignment: Lawful Good
+1 Hit, +3 Dmg, +6 Saving throws
Vuranel was born and raised in the citadel tower of Icco. From an early age he was educated in the history of the world, and found the evils of the world very disturbing. He learned of the Great Five and what they did to change the world and so aspired to this greatness. To this end he decided to take up the rigorous training to become a Paladin. He trained in close combat, riding, balanced with study. He particularly liked to focus on the more recent heroes, the Melford Four, as his own high inquisitor was part of that group. When the opportunity came to travel and spread the word, as well as test his skills, he eagerly took it, even at the young age of 19.
Vuranel lives for his god, the god of light, Pelor. He strives to be the best man he can be in Pelor’s name, spread the word and bringing light into the darkness of the world. Working in this adventure has been particularly trying for him, due to the difficult nature of the group. However Vuranel uses his inner strength to continue and try to turn these people from their dark ways. Pelor is in his thoughts whenever he takes action, and if anything his faith is stronger than ever due to events of the adventure.
The Beginnings of an Adventure
Vuranel travelled from the citadel of Icco as a missionary to Dwine. Upon reaching the city however, he was informed that he was not in fact requested, and so was unsure of what to do with himself for a short time. Upon some meditation, he decided to take it upon himself to spread the word of Pelor himself, and answered an notice for adventurers. Upon meeting the group, he decided that he must join them, not only to spread the word, but to curb their destructive tendencies.
Throughout the journey many things have tested Vuranel’s faith in himself. Among these is the death of party members. One reason the paladin travelled with this group was to protect them, and try to keep them alive as he saw that they are reckless. However, as he has let three of them die (although only two to his knowledge), he feels this is a personal failing. He feels that he should have been able to help stop Xela from dying, if it wasn’t for his seasickness, and he should have taken more decisive action against to ogres to save Raendir. While these self doubts may cripple a lesser man, Vuranel has decided to use what he has learned to try to help people more, and make himself stronger.