Half-Elf Wizard dedicating his life to learning everything he can about the Arcane Arts.
Height: 6 feet 1 inch (185cm)
Weight: 150lbs (68kg)
Eyes: Dark Blue
Defining Features: Fayzo has a rather weak build. He’s also quite pale, as he spent most of his life indoor at the Pai Sho tables. The most eye-catching features of his appearance are the weapons he carries; his trusted heavy crossbow and a beautifully crafted glaive he calls “Evolon”, which has a slightly glowing blue orb attached within the blade.
Preferred Clothing: Mostly functional, as freedom of movement is essential to spellcasting. Fayzo has a proclivity to wear hooded capes if he can. He feels it adds a dramatic touch to the adventurer’s mystique.
Alignment: Chaotic Good (see p.167).
Motivations: To learn everything he can about Arcane magics, through experience and study.
Fears: Losing, and death.
Likes: Gambling, magic, adventure, and learning new things.
Dislikes: Prejudice and racism. Also necromancy disgusts him.
Quirks: Wants to see the best in people. Doesn’t see the world in black and white. Is overly confident in his ability to bluff himself out of any situation. He is scary good at it too though. Is obsessively attached to his bonded item “Evolon”, the masterwork glaive.
The product of a short affair between a wizard elf and a young human peasant woman, Fayzo never knew his father. He spent the first 23 years of his life in his hometown of Milturn Keep, where he earned a living playing Pai Sho (a gambling game similar to Poker but played with tiles). Although not illegal, such a living is usually reserved for the strange members of the downtrodden, seedy underbelly of society. Fayzo can relate to such people however, being neither human nor elf and therefore shunned by both, he knows what it is like to be an outcast.
This has caused him to be very open-minded when it comes to meeting strangers. He does not prejudge based on race or appearance. Nor does he presume a person’s intent based on his actions. Perhaps too much so sometimes, Fayzo wants to give people the benefit of the doubt.
Additionally, being exposed to such a wide range of all sorts of humanoids, Fayzo has learned a fair number of languages in his short life.
Being a long-time Pai Sho player (and a rather good one at that) has caused Fayzo to become a fairly good judge of character. It also taught him how to bluff exceptionally well. A skill he sometimes uses overconfidently.
(Anything else is GM eyes only for now.)