Storm Kings Thunder
You have spent your life dedicated to Oghma, all-seeing god of knowledge, and spent years learning the lore of the multiverse.
Quarnarion was up in the frozen north, coming back from Lonelywood towards Neverwinter.
He was there in search of some information about a gem that the well known halfling called “Regis” used to be in possession of.
Quarnarion came to a clearing and saw a white dragon with the corpse of a wizard sitting on a saddle on her back.
The white dragon was weeping and talking aloud to her master. Her master’s ring fell off into the snow and she can’t find it.
The Dragon was devastated and is beside herself not knowing what to do.. Quarnarion spotted it nearby in the snow – the wizard’s whole rotten hand fell off! The ring was on the hand.
Without the dragon noticing, Quarnarion, walked over to the hand and took the ring off. Raising it high into the air he announced his presence to the dragon and asked if this was what it was looking for.
She is overjoyed and tells the hero that her master is pleased, which confuses Quarnarion.
She then states that she is in her debt and will repay this debt to him one day before flying off with the hand ring still attached.
- Reconsecrate the Defiled Altar. Through visions delivered in your trances, your god has called you to a new mission. A goblin tribe has made its lair in an ancient ruin now called Cragmaw Castle, where they have defiled a shrine once sacred to Oghma. Now dedicated to the vile goblin god Maglubiyet, the altar is an offense to Oghma that must not stand. complete
Alignment: Chaotic Good. The pursuit and acquisition of knowledge is for the benefit of all. Kingdoms and laws are useful so far as they allow knowledge to flourish. Tyrants who seek to suppress and control it are the worst villains. You share your knowledge freely, and use what you have learned to help where you can.
Traits: I use polysyllabic words that convey the impression of erudition. Also, I’ve spent so long in the temple that I have little experience dealing with people on a casual basis.
Ideals: Knowledge. The path to power and self-improvement is through knowledge.
Bonds: The tome I carry with me is the record of my life’s work so far, and no vault is secure enough to keep it safe.
Flaws: I’ll do just about anything to uncover historical secrets that would add to my research.