Elven transmuter and fabricator
Danthos Erevandien, elf wizard 3 – HD 3d6+6 (hp 24), Init +3, Spd 30 ft, AC 14 (+1 armor, +3 Dex), Base Atk +1, Attack: Bonded Staff +2 melee (1d6+1); or Longsword +2 melee (1d8+1, 19-20/x2); or by spell +4 ranged touch (by spell); SA Spells, Telekinetic Fist, SQ keen senses; Saves: Fort +2, Ref +4, Will +4; Abilities: Str 13, Dex 17, Con 12, Int 18, Wis 13, Cha 12.
Skills: Appraise +8, Craft +9, Fly +7, Knowledge (arcana) +10, (local – Callashar) +9, (nature) +9, (nobility/royalty) +8, (history) +8, Linguistics +8, Perception +2, Spellcraft +13.
Feats: Scribe Scroll, Skill Focus (Spellcraft), Craft Wondrous Item
Danthos Erevandien is an elf wizard who has come across the sea to dwell in Callashar. He has been here for the past eight years. He is a weaver and occasional scribe, aligned with the Order of the Solid Weave. Other than the rest of the PCs, Danthos has made one close friend within the Tower, a human sorcerer named Orlaan. With centuries ahead of him, Danthos is not particularly driven by ambition, but by dread of three long-held debts.
The first of these is the Oath of the Leaf. When he was a child, creatures of terrible darkness came upon him in the wilds, and he fled. They would have easily captured and devoured him, but for a nature-spirit that hid him. When he departed, the nature-spirit gave him a leaf and a seed from a long-dead elm. Danthos must find a place to plant this seed and protect it until it grows.
The second of these is the Compact of Fire and Wind. When Danthos was first learning the arcane arts, he bargained with elementals for two of his spells, and someday those elementals will name their price. Danthos expects this price to be paid in the sacrifice of enchanted items. This could happen entirely without warning – most worrisome for someone who relies on books and scrolls!
The third debt is the Voice of the Dead. Danthos’s mother Sariela fell in battle many years ago. He owes it to her to learn of her life and death, and to carry out the task she died attempting to complete.
Danthos exchanges letters with his father Tarimbor a few times a year. Their relationship is chilly and formal in the best of times.