This post is some background for our latest game. The current adventure is a return to the world of Eberron, and specifically Xen'drik. Last week, we met the dwarven half of the PCs, now let's see what the taller half are like!
"Admiral" Galinndan DuskwalkerGalinndan left his Feyspire numerous years ago to explore the possibilities of harnessing the power of airships without a Dragonmark. His title is less of a naval rank, and more of a rough translation of his position back in the Feyspire.
Galinndan's current predicament - being trapped at the mercy of a dwarven crew of pirates - came about after his latest voyage of experimentation failed. The experimental ships foundered and sunk not long into the journey, leaving the renamed (and re-crewed) Kami Kaze to be attacked and plundered by the piratical bunch of dwarves.
The eladrin believes that he can find a way to bring the airship technology to the Feyspires, though he concedes that the half-elves, and House Lyrandar in particular, may not be too keen on losing their monopoly.
Urquilla the Scaled
Urquilla recently joined the dwarven crew after their latest stop off in Stormreach. There, the dwarves managed to save his father from the hands of savage orcs, and he signed himself on as payment for the debt he felt he owed them.
Brought up as one of the few remaining warriors in his tribe who still drew their strength from primal forces, Urquilla has been trained to fight the hated Argonnessan dragons from a young age. Already mastering the fighting styles of the Black, Red and Gold dragons, his recent foray with the White aboard the Kami Kaze has further expanded his repertoire of manoeuvres.
Despite his rough appearance, Urquilla has had a good amount of schooling, already speaking Dwarven fluently, and making good headways into the Elven tongue. He hopes he may be able to soothe tensions between the two races, though realises that there will probably be few opportunities to perform such tasks.
Regdar d'VadalisRegdar the Druid wouldn't even admit to his last name or dragonmark until Kami forced it out of him "for official reasons". What the House Vadalis animal trainer was doing on his own in Stormreach has not yet been divulged, though it is only too apparent that he had some sort of falling out with his house. Those that knew him vouched that he had been in Xen'drik for a few years, back from before the Last War ended, though none could add to his mysterious background.
What he lacked in clear answers he made up for in other talents, not the least of which is his uncanny ability to see clearly in the darkest of nights, and at a distance far outstretching any other on board the ship. So, the mysterious traveller joined the crew as lookout, causing Redtail to return to his rigging role.
Although he keeps to himself, he has no lack of companions - animals of all kinds come to him, fighting alongside or even ahead of Regdar, and all with a fierce loyalty that would see them dead before he should take injury.
Thanks for reading about our crew! Now, look out for their future adventures, coming soon!