Peytre Keondal, Mirenhu of the Wemitowuk
by Clive Squire
Climb +3, Concentration +2, Hide +2, Intimidate +2, Jump +3, Knowledge (arcana) +4, Knowledge (nature) +6, Listen +4, Speak Language (plainsfolk), Spellcraft +4, Spot +3, Survival +7, Swim +2
Alertness (b), Power Attack, Toughness
CL 3rd, DC 14 + spell level
Common, Plainsfolk, Solamnic
+1 longspear +4 melee (1d8+2/x3)
+1 padded armor, buckler, +1 long spear, amulet of natural armor +1, short bow, 20 arrows, smokestick, 2 tanglefoot bags, 5 tindertwigs, 3 vials of antitoxin, 50stl
Peytre is a tall, lanky man, with long hair. He wears padded leathers and carries a longspear, adorned with feathers and brightly colored threads. His constant companion, Ukon, can be seen wrapped around his shoulders, his brightly colored tail gently shifting hue.
Peytre is intensely private, a trait that has endeared him to the Wemitowuk tribe, who dubbed him 'Mirenhu', which means 'a distant relative who visits in disguise to test the family's honor'.
Peytre Keondal traveled from his homelands in Solamnia to Schallsea to become a Citadel mystic. While in training at the Citadel, he found the hustle and bustle of the domes placed far too much emphasis on discussion. For Peytre, mysticism was an intensely private and personal subject, one to be reflected upon in quiet.
It was at the Citadel that Peytre met and 'liberated' the lizard, Ukon, who is his companion. Ukon had been the test subjects for mystics in the Animism Lyceum and had been retired due to a lingering enchantment which made the lizards tail shift color in no particular pattern.
As Peytre was thinking of leaving the busy Citadel, he read a treatise on an ancient form of animism practiced by the Wetimowuk. Intrigued, he quickly packed up his belongings and together with Ukon, set off in search of the tribe.
Peytre found the ideal surrounds to practice his form of mysticism, and immersed himself within the tribe, so much so that he adopted the name Mirenhu, which the tribe called him.
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