Apprentice Summoner


Concept – Young apprentice summoner from Gorgoll, stuck in Hadria for months after being instructed to pick up supplies for his master.
Lifepaths – Village Born, Kid, Wizard’s Apprentice
Age – 21


Wi Pe Ag Sp Po Fo
B4 B4 B5 B4 B4 B4


Hea Ref MW Ste Hes Res Cir Stride
B4 B4 B10 B3 6 B0 B2 7
PTGS Su: B3 Li: B5 Mi: B7 Se: B8 Tr: B9 Mo: B10


Circination B3 Summoning B4
Foraging B2 Symbology B3
Inconspicuous B2 Throwing B2
Read B2 Trouble-wise B2


  1. Lucullus, my Master, could provide us with shelter and supplies on our journey north; I will advise the prince that heading through Gorgoll to meet with him is the wisest route.
  2. The people must be told about the shortage of food; I will spread the truth to the populous.
  3. The key to achieving ambitions it to follow one’s heart; I will see that the Prince is allowed to follow his.


  1. Run if attacked!
  2. Always try to decipher arcane symbols.
  3. Forage for food each morning when on the road.

Gear – Clothes, Shoes, Travelling Gear, Throwing Knives, Book of Rudimentary Summoning Theory

Property -Rented Apartment in a Tenement

Affiliations -

Reputations -

Relationships – Lucullus, Master Summoner (Minor)

Affiliated Orders of Spirits

  • 0D Journeyman of the Order of the Restless Dead


  • Character
    • Always in the Way
    • Bad Egg
    • Dour
    • Elitist
    • Good for Nothing
    • Olive-Skinned
  • Call-On
    • Fleet of Foot (Speed)
  • Die
    • Atravieso
Weapon Type I M S Add VA WS Strike Dist
Bare Fisted B2 B4 B6 2 - 3 Shortest
Throwing Knife B3 B5 B6 1 - X Shortest
*Weapon Notes* ^1^ Two-handed, may not be used with a shield ^2^ May Great Strike

Clodius was born in a small Gorgolli fishing village called Illium. He was generally a nuisance, always into trouble, always breaking things, and never much help with bringing in or cleaning the day’s catch. His mother died in childbirth, along with the baby, while his father drowned when the fishing boat was attacked by a beast of the sea. Clodius spent some time afterward with one of his mother’s brothers in the nearby village of Velia, but was soon sold (for a pittance) to Lucullus, a local wise man and summoner, who occasionally served the village with medicines, advice, and auguries.

Prior to the siege of Hadria, Clodius had been sent to the capitol to purchase some much needed supplies (rare herbs, stones and pigments) for Lucullus. The siege began not long after, and Clodius used the resources his master gave him to secure food and lodging.


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