Ambrant Faedan (deceased)
Aerandir Faedun: Male Elf(Gray) Wiz2; CR 2;
Medium Humanoid (elf);
HD 2d4+4; hp 12;
Init +7; Spd 30 ft/x4;
AC 14 (+3 dex, +1 misc), touch 14, flat-footed 11;
Base Atk/Grapple +1/+0;
Full Atk +4 Two-handed (1d8;19-20/x2, Light Crossbow), +0 One-handed (1d8+1;19-20/x2, +2 Longsword), -2 One-handed (1d6-1;20/x2, Club);
SA&SQ Familiar, Alertness, Enchanter;
SR 0; AL N; SV Fort +5, Ref +4, Will +4;
Abilities: Str 8(-1), Dex 17(+3), Con 14(+2), Int 20(+5), Wis 10(+0), Cha 6(-2);
Skills: Appraise¹ +5, Concentration¹ +7, Decipher Script +6, Knowledge (arcana) +10, Knowledge (arch & eng) +10, Knowledge (dungeoneering) +6, Knowledge (geography) +6, Knowledge (religion) +10, Listen¹ +6, Spellcraft +12, Tumble +3.
Flaws: Noncombatant (UA Pg 91) : -2 on all melee attack rolls., Pathetic (UA Pg 91) : Reduce on ability score by 2. You can’t take this flaw if the total of your ability modifiers is 8 or higher..
Feats: Improved Initiative (PH 96), Spell Focus (PH 100) (Enchantment), Scribe Scroll (PH 99)², Luck of Heroes (PG 40), Spellcasting Prodigy (Int) (PG 44).
Life became interesting for Ambrant after one fateful trip to the marketplace. His master, Delduin, was brutally murdered by a bard, who quickly covered his tracks by announcing to all present that Ambrant and his two triplet brothers, Amras and Arathil Faedun, were the ones who committed the deed. For some reason, the bard told the captivated crowd that the three elven boys had just saved them all from an evil necromancer. The elves were immediate heroes, despite their protests to the contrary. In his dying gasp, Delduin handed Amras a scroll wrapped around a silver key, and said “To the Chondalwood,”; before expiring. With mounting pressure for their arrest in the murder of Delduin the Prescient, the triplets decided to follow their master’s last advice, and tried to use his scroll to teleport to the Chondalwood. However, the spell was beyond what Arathil had cast, and things went awry. Ambrant and Amras found themselves in a field near the Chondalwood, charred and smoking, while Arathil was nowhere to be seen. What’s more, when they went to a nearby town, there was somehow talk of great elven heroes who had slain an evil necromancer and bested a great wyrm.