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Specialization: Rift Mage
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Apr 4 2018, 01:04 PM
<h2>27 years old . Healer . Mage . Austin Butler</h2>
<h3>Poppet . 24 . PST . Discord</h3>
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<ol>Race & Nationality</ol>
Elf - Ferelden
Elesain Ralaferin (Mother--Deceased)
SPIRIT: Masters of this school of magic call upon spirits for protection, as well as the essence of the Fade itself. Their spells disrupt hostile magic, create defensive barriers, and even heal injuries.
CREATION: Mages schooled in creation are invaluable allies who can heal wounds, strengthen party members, and ward against oncoming foes.
RIFT MAGE: These mages draw upon the force of the Fade, either pulling matter from the Fade to attack or twisting the Veil itself into a weapon to stagger or crush their enemies.
The sounds of leaves dancing in the wind and birdsong, the feel of damp, cool earth beneath bare feet as a clan of Dalish elves travel through the forest. Among them is a young blond with a staff at his back, carefully treading along the path with a beautiful Halla beside him; Feynharel was born into the Ralaferin clan of the Dalish and had been chosen to be the Keeper's First. It was a rare and gracious honor given to only a few Elf mages when they displayed their talents at an early age, but they were reluctant to have more than two mages in any one clan at a time. Such numbers could attract the unwanted attention of Templars and the Chantry, and history had taught them to never trust a shem'len further than you could throw them. It wasn't about them being shem or not, it was just the fact that many times an Elf had been murdered or attacked simply for being different...plus the threat of slavers was always a risk.
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