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Once upon a time our heroes were part of a larger group battling to rebuild the Librarian’s Guild after it was nearly destroyed by an mysterious enemy. Now, after hunting down a leader of that arcane and nefarious group, they struggle to establish new identities and hope to remain hidden from their enemies.

Our Cast of Heroes

Hammond Salvatore

(once Adelmo Gaizka)

When Hammond was young, one of his closest friends got lost in the woods around his home. An adventurer went out into the woods and rescued Hammond’s friend. Ever since then, Hammond has dedicated himself to being able to protect and save people in the same way. He became a wilderness expert and specialized in tracking and healing magics that would allow him to be more effective at search and rescue.

Today, many people will describe Hammond Salvator as being a true hero. He is more than just an Adventurer. Hammond is dedicated to helping people in whatever way he can, protecting those who are in danger, and saving lives. He picks his work based on where he thinks he can be of the most help rather than what will pay the best. He is also not above volunteering around his neighborhood, even being known to have rescued a cat from a tree from time to time.


Lycia

(once Kaimera)

Lycia struggles with her past and the legacy left by her father, Snake, famous for the battle to save the planet from the Whale Leech. Here in Sabo, she is gaining reputation for discretion and dependability by taking select jobs with the ARA and the Librarians’ Guilds.

Apart from that, she prefers to keep a low profile, spending time roaming and hunting the forests outside of town. Balancing her desire to become as famous as her father while hiding from her own past is complicated. Will she accomplish her greatest desires or will her past be exposed?


Ra-Na

(once Fi-Fie)

Ra-Na is very good at what she does, tends to be evenhanded in her dealings, and hasn’t done anything actually over the line. Beyond this her redeeming qualities are few enough, and her disdain is clear enough, that she hasn’t left much of a positive impression in town. Despite this, she makes an effort not to go too far in offending her current allies, occasionally even making an effort to be “nice” despite her clear misanthropic nature.

When not out on a mission for the librarian’s guild, Ra-Na spends her time in one of three ways: enjoying to the fullest whatever luxuries are available, experimenting with magic, or honing her already considerable martial skills. Her study of magic is one of the few areas in which she is entirely willing to seek the aid of her party-members, though the ultimate goal of her research remains a mystery.


Rowan Sierra

(once Alder Tahoe)

Rowan Sierra is, first and foremost, a protector: a kind and deeply compassionate man with a surprising talent for combat. Though he is, admittedly, not the most loquacious of people, he is almost unfailingly polite in both words and actions. He is also very tolerant and not particularly assertive, but might nonetheless be characterized as quietly stubborn in his deepest convictions.

Rowan is always willing to lend a hand to those in need, and expects very little in the way of recognition in return. Though he is wise enough to avoid particularly high-profile actions, his sense of altruism and compassion all but ensures that he will eventually be noticed by those around him. It remains to be seen whether being a friendly neighborhood face will draw more attention than he intends.


Ur-Ravi

(once Su Tas)

People accuse Ur-Ravi of being impulsive, of acting before thinking – and she would be the very first one to argue with that description. She is very direct and can be incredibly blunt. She doesn’t tend to have a lot of patience and will frequently cut right to the chase and just say whatever everyone else has been dancing around. This can be both refreshing and sometimes a bit inconvenient

Ur-Ravi is more considered when it comes to strategy and provides wise counsel in times of battle – a seemingly never ending condition for her and her friends. Her stalwart and steady determination has borne the group through more than one predicament. Although, truth be told, her rash actions have created problems … will they cause more now that they have established new identities in Sabo?


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12/25/380 Wonder and tragedy

“Lycia, NO!” Rowan’s shout rang through the trees as the Feeshan loosed her arrow. The white-fletched shaft flew swift and true, punching through the translucent shimmer of a sapphire wall to bury itself in Dervish’s shoulder. Briefly, Rowan wondered how everything could have gone so wrong, so quickly. Their group had arrived at the site
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Our Quiet is shattered by a revelation 12/23/380 A.L.  From the journal of Rowan Sierra Today should have been like every other day of the past three years, barring that (admittedly disappointing) time Ra-Na and Lycia drank Spherical-Amethyst. A quiet morning of tending the grounds and garden with Francis, a trip into town to visit
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12/25/380 Wonder and tragedy

“Lycia, NO!” Rowan’s shout rang through the trees as the Feeshan loosed her arrow. The white-fletched shaft flew swift and true, punching through the translucent shimmer of a sapphire wall to bury itself in Dervish’s shoulder. Briefly, Rowan wondered how everything could have gone so wrong, so quickly. Their group had arrived at the site
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