Prophesies and Choices

This is reference information from Dungeons and Dragons Campaign, “Prophesies and Choices”.

Player Characters:

Lyle Gell (Ben):

In a crowd, Lyle’s blonde head tends to hover above the others as he weaves smoothly but chaotically through the throng. His neutral expression wavers somewhere around a half-smirk, as if only he sees the bird living in your hair, but he’s happy to stop and talk all the same, and certainly too polite to mention it. When genuinely amused, he laughs loudly and ignores the looks of others. His round, slightly weathered face could belong to many races if it weren’t perched atop a clearly human body. Within human lands, he could come from nearly anywhere, though he looks like the product of the northern regions. In public, Lyle is often found in garish attire at one of the many dockside taverns, dice, cards, or ale in hand. By turns poor as a temple rat and flush with cash, Lyle appears and disappears at a whim, often returning with wild tales of adventure.

Morningglory (Eva):

Morning Glory stands slightly taller than the average half-elf, though
the rest of her new found “friends” tend to tower over her. She always
wears her holy symbol of Kelemvor prominently displayed on a chain
around her neck. Her slight build is obvious even when she’s wearing
armor and it should come as no surprise to anyone that she never
carriers any melee weapon to speak of. When she is dressed for
adventuring her wavy brown hair is pulled back in a braid and a light
crossbow is slung over her backpack (full of eminently useful stuff).
Morn tends to stand out among other people because of her half elven
blood, but she never seems to notices the odd stares that tend to
follow her and often linger on her holy symbol.

Teves (Alan):

Teves is a tall, gangly human. While neither the most dextrous
of men, nor the strongest, he is clearly strong and dextrous.
Teves is visibly comfortable with his body and its capabilities.
Indeed, he moves so comfortably that his ability to move with
sudden force can be surprising. Teves wears his hair in a very
short utilitarian style verging on a buzz. He has dark eyes.
Teves skin is darkly tanned, the sort of tan you only get from
years of working in the sun. When his less tanned skin is
visible, it is the slightly darker skin of the island people to
the north

Dorian Nailo (Abby):

Dorian is a tall female elf (6 feet) with shoulder length hair and green eyes. She is a practicing druid from the mountains – quite young to leave home. However, her parent’s were encouraging and allowed her to venture out on her own at the age of 125. She travels with her wolf companion whos name is “Wolfie”. And although they seem rather talkative with each other, Dorian is quite shy around humans.

Non-Player Characters:


The Fairy Queen

Lalia (The Gray Lady) – The Queen’s primary lady-in-waiting

Lord Nuntio – Elven lord who has hired the player characters

Lady Ancilla – An elven woman who dined with Lord Nuntio and the player characters

Lar – A Fairy Scholar

Far Darrig – An old man the player characters met in the Fairy Queen’s library

The Fairy King

Barquest – The hound that can always be found at the Fairy King’s feet

Robin – The King’s right hand man

Viviane – A Fairy woman in the King’s court who seems to have a relationship with Robin

Dullahan – A former god of death

Maeve – A Fairy warrior woman

Arianna – A Fairy woman from the King’s court that Lyle has been spending a lot of time with

Vouivre – The dragon matriarch

Aura – The dragon matriarch’s granddaughter, the golden child

The Gray King

The Ice Maiden – A friend of the Queen’s who lives on the top of Mt. Stormwind

Etila – An assistant of the Ice Maiden

Brunto – A dwarven guide from the Ice Maiden’s palace

Lorn – A dwarven guide in the workshops

Barake – A dwarven administrator in the workshops

Margot (The Black Lady) – The eldest of three Fairy sisters and mother of one of the original half-fey who left (Illat)

The Red Lady – The middle of three Fairy sisters

The White Lady – The youngest of three Fairy sisters who was recently punished for killing a mortal man

Illat – Margot’s long dead half-fey child, a decendent of the elves

Julianna – A Fairy whose mortal lover was killed by the White Lady

Tisaniere – A sweet old Fairy woman that the player characters have visited a few times

Tarena – The “Bloody Queen” who long ago lost in battle with the Fairy King

Mortal Realm:

Lord Nuntio’s Servants:

Doorman – Dwarf

Maids – One human and one gnome

Secretary – Elven woman


Torin – The blacksmith who is the leader of a small settlement (see A on map)

Marius – A shipping agent.

Lucius – Marius’s buisness partner.

Master Torlen – The master of Teves’ monestary

Captain Marell – A sea captian

Captain Starr – Another sea captian

Hardig – A very old dragon living in elven lands

The Prophesy

Mortal World Map:


Adrigal: The largest port city in the country and the city where the characters began the game.

A: A small settlement of farmers and craftsmen residing on land owned by Lord Nuntio

B: A very old cave that does not seem to have been formed naturally where the characters travelled to retrieve a statue for Lord Nuntio.

Faerie World Map:


Other Resources:

Alan’s Notes