Viratha Windfriend

A woman of solid character, impeccable modesty, sound mind, and considerable arcane power

Description

Viratha is a slim woman of average height with coffee-colored skin, large green eyes, and shoulder-length, coal-black hair which she keeps braided under a traditional head-covering. She is pretty, but modest, not wearing any makeup and preferring simple, unadorned clothes. Her typical traveling attire is a long, loose burgundy-colored robe that covers her from head to toe, except for her face and her hands, and a matching loose head-covering that some hair can be seen through.

Her equipment is simple but well-maintained. At her belt is a pair of ornate silvered knives of elven make, a gift from her father, along with her crossbow. Her spellbook is 100 pages of thin paper with a cover of fragrant sandalwood, bound with sheepskin, and is kept in an oiled calfskin leather case with straps that also serves as her spell component pouch.

Spellbook Contents

0: Acid Splash, Arcane Mark, Dancing Lights, Daze, Detect Magic, Detect Poison, Disrupt Undead, Flare, Ghost Sound, Light, Mage Hand, Mending, Message, Open/Close, Prestidigitation, Ray of Frost, Read Magic, Resistance, Touch of Fatigue
1: Charm Person, Detect Secret Doors, Disguise Self, Endure Elements, Enlarge Person, Expeditious Retreat, Feather Fall, Hail of Stone, Identify, Mage Armor, Magic Weapon, Protection from Evil, Ray of Enfeeblement, Shield
2: Bear’s Endurance, Blur, Glitterdust, Invisibility, Melf’s Acid Arrow, Mirror Image, Summon Monster II

What her new allies have to say…

So she just came around and whatever but considering the fact that she summons ethereal (celestial, whatever. Shut up Geo!) dogs and whatnot she seems like she’ll be nice to keep around.

Like I said she’s a lady, but she’s not really my type. She’s all religious or somethin’ cause she keeps her hair covered. Let me tell you, I’ve been with enough ladies of religion to know not to touch that shit with a ten-foot pole, alright?

Anyway, she seemed to be all about the crackin’ codes or whatever and I want to know what the blasted thieves came up with the crap for anyway.

—Rith

Although a Warlock’s dark magic is obviously better for combat purposes, she’s alright, as far as I can tell. (solemnly, ominously) But actually, take it from me—never seek the power of devilish invocations. It eats at your soul.

—Geo

Viratha Windfriend

Origins Lobstratus