Nearsighted (+1 on Search Checks, -1 on Spot checks), Summon Familiar (Lorekind has not chosen to summon a familiar)
Concentration +8, Diplomacy +10, Heal +12, Knowledge (arcana) +12, Knowledge (history) +17, Knowledge (religion) +10, Spellcraft +14
Education, Scribe Scroll, Skill Focus (Knowledge/history)
Common, Elven, Ergot, Solamnic
Mystic Spells Known: (caster level 3; save DC 14 + spell level)
Sorcerer Spells Known: (caster level 2; save DC 12 + spell level)
Sickle +2 melee (1d6-1/x2), sling +5 ranged (1d4-1/x2)
Long dark grey robe, pouch w/ 10 sling bullets, leather armor, small magnifying glass on silver chain around neck, 5 sheets of paper, bottle of in and quill carried in a specially padded pouch, small sack of candy, and standard adventuring gear.
Lorekind suffers from myopia (near-sighted trait) and always has a worried expression on his face. His scholarly studies have not left much time for him to develop his physique. His shoulder length black hair is receding at the forehead.
Lorekind is a lover of knowledge and learning. He discovered within himself the talent to wield the forces of mysticism and primal sorcery. His near-sightedness makes him leery of traveling, but in order to learn more about the ambient magic of Krynn he wields he has had to undertake several long journeys. He first studied with Goldmoon at the Citadel of Light, before moving to Gunthar and studying primal sorcery with a former white robed wizard named Raltha.
While residing in Gunthar, Lorekind became friends with a young Solamnic Knight named Angar Moonsteel. Both of them shared a penchant for receiving visions in their dreams. Lorekind once aspired to knighthood before his eyesight began to fail. Angar and his sister Britta, also a knight, serve as reminders to his lost dream of knighthood. His interest in the history of Krynn has won him the friendship of the half- Silvanesti bard, Mithralas Nightsinger,, whose knowledge of the legends of Krynn, surpasses Lorekind's own.
Lorekind has a deep empathy for the feelings and concerns of those he comes in contact with. He often neglects his own needs to assist others in achieving their goals. His strong and abiding inner faith has led him to realize that he does not have to be a mound of muscle to be of value to his companions. His compassion is also his greatest weakness and often results in others taking advantage of him.
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