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Daeris Manar
Aliases Azeilus Utheriel, Jonathan(?) Ferren
Player David (mighty_manrock)
Race Half-Elf
Region Rhondaine (Constain)
Deity St. Cuthbert
Alignment Lawful Neutral → Evil?
Languages Common, Elven, +High Goblin, Gnome, +Goblin
Age 25 (+1)
Height, Weight 5'9", 128 lbs.
Eye, Hair Color (Style) brown, black (very long; usually tied up)
Skin Color tan

Statblock (Reroll)
Level 3: Rogue 2 / Fighter 1
Hit Dice 2d6+1d10 (22 hp)
Initiative +3
Speed 30 ft.
Armor Class 15 (+2 Armor, +3 DEX), touch 13, flat-footed 12
Base Attack/Grapple +2; +4
Attack punching dagger +4 melee (1d4+2, x3), light mace +4 melee (1d6+2, x2)
Saves Fort +2, Ref +6, Will +1
Abilities STR 14, DEX 16, CON 10, INT 13, WIS 12, CHA 12
Skills/Feats Balance 6 (3+3), Bluff 5 (4+1), Climb 6 (4+2), Diplomacy 6/8 (3+1+2/+2), Disable Device 3 (2+1), Disguise 5/7* (4+1/+2*), Escape Artist 4 (1+3), Gather Information 5 (2+1+2), Hide 7 (4+3), Intimidate 2/4 (1+1), Jump 9 (5+2+2) [+4 bonus after running start], Knowledge (local) 2 (1+1), Listen 3 (1+1+1), Move Silently 7 (4+3), Open Lock 6 (3+3), Perform (dance) 2 (1+1), Search 3 (1+1+1), Sleight of Hand 6/8 (3+3/+2), Spot 4 (2+1+1), Tumble 8 (3+3+2); Acrobatic, Combat Expertise, Run
Special Attacks Sneak Attack +1d6
Special Qualities Evasion, Half-Elf Qualities, Trapfinding
Possessions leather armor, punching dagger, light mace, backpack [bedroll, silk rope], belt pouch [thieves' tools, flint and steel, mirror], Goblin emblem necklace, fancy clothes, Aveton Clan Council seal (counterfeit)

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Statblock (Original)
Level 3: Rogue 2 / Fighter 1
Hit Dice 2d6+1d10 (22 hp)
Initiative +3
Speed 30 ft.
Armor Class 15 (+2 Armor, +3 DEX), touch 13, flat-footed 12
Base Attack/Grapple +2; +4
Attack punching dagger +4 melee (1d4+2, x3), light mace +4 melee (1d6+2, x2)
Saves Fort +2, Ref +6, Will +1
Abilities STR 15, DEX 16, CON 10, INT 13, WIS 12, CHA 10
Skills/Feats Balance 6 (3+3), Bluff 4 (4+0), Climb 7 (5+2), Diplomacy 2 (0+0+2), Disable Device 3 (2+1), Disguise 4 (4+0), Gather Information 2 (0+0+2), Hide 9 (6+3), Intimidate 1 (1+0), Jump 9 (5+2+2), Knowledge (local) 2 (1+1), Listen 3 (1+1+1), Move Silently 9 (6+3), Open Lock 7 (4+3), Search 3 (1+1+1), Sleight of Hand 6 (3+3), Spot 4 (2+1+1), Tumble 9 (4+3+2); Acrobatic, Combat Expertise, Run
Special Attacks Sneak Attack +1d6
Special Qualities Evasion, Half-Elf Qualities, Trapfinding
Possessions leather armor, punching dagger, light mace, backpack [bedroll, trail's rations (3 days'), silk rope], belt pouch [thieves' tools, flint and steel, mirror], Goblin emblem necklace, fancy clothes


(Planned) Progression
1 Rogue 1; Acrobatic
2 Fighter 1; [class] Combat Expertise
3 Rogue 2; Run


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The Manar family was wholesale exiled from the Aurfeyr clan, an elven clan based in Constain, around 25 years ago. Nateylis Manar, who was also considered very eccentric for other reasons, had gotten close to a human woman named Rahne. When it was discovered that she was pregnant, the Aurfeyr clan heads branded the Manar outsiders. Most of the family denounced Nateylis, willingly dropping their name and joining other clan families; and although there were some who felt his fate was unfair, ultimately the Manar family collapsed into three lone individuals.

Daeris Manar grew up a pariah. He never forgot who he was; he could only find companionship among the few poor of Constain. As a street urchin he earned his food by stealing, rummaging through trash, capture and ransom, playing the clown to entertain bored clansmen.

Daeris grew up lonely. By the time his son was four years old, Nateylis had left his small, miserable family and Rhondaine itself behind him. Rahne, a former university student from outside of the country, resented her son for what had happened, wishing that he had not trapped her in Constain's underbelly. Each day her son came to symbolize her disappointment more and more until she could no longer face him; by age twelve Daeris was effectively an orphan.

Daeris grew up angry. The horrible circumstances of his life were the fault of the clans and the society they had built. He hated them for their indulgence and self-aggrandizement, their rigidity and xenophobia. When his bitterness finally became too much, he left Constain to strike a blow against the clans where it would be most shocking: their conservative countryside towns.


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Character Inspiration Alta´r, V, Doctor Doom, Mordenkainen, The Question, Rorschach; Emmanuel Goldstein

Personality
Daeris Manar's behavior is driven by a calculating demeanor. He is concerned with efficiency and effectiveness. If he sees nothing to gain from an action, he will refrain from doing it; conversely, if he sees a benefit to doing something, he will all-out exploit it without hesitation.

This extends to Daeris' views of other people. He sees individuals, groups and power centers all as tools. He enjoys manipulating others, particularly playing one group of people against another. Once someone has served their purpose in his mind, they can be ignored or discarded; thus, Daeris has few real friends and very rarely sees any benefit to self-disclosing truthfully. In most of his dealings with others, his behavior is fake and goal-oriented.

This isn't to say that Daeris has a completely heartless mastermind mentality. He genuinely worries about the problems of the refugees, and he once sympathized with the goblins. As much as he curses Horchief as worthless and sneers privately over Kren's na´vetÚ, he has a certain respect and trust for both of them; while trying to seduce Cynthia, at some point he really came to care about her (as much as he would deny it). He does not seek to hurt anyone when he can avoid it (of course, his definition of "unavoidable" is a bit different from others').

Though in the end his will to power seems to win out, in reality Daeris is far from selfish. He would (and has) put himself in danger to further his objectives.


Objectives
Daeris wants to tear down the clan-based structure of Rhondaine. He aims to shake its foundations, ultimately tearing it down so that something better might replace it - not that he knows what this "something better" could be.

Somewhat ironically, he wants to foster more respect between the different groups of Rhondaine, particularly for the refugees and the goblins. He also seems willing to sacrifice his own well-being, health, reputation and even life in the pursuit of the societal changes he wants to bring about, because he sees his goals as much larger than himself.


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Daeris Manar arrived in Aveton to get a scope of Rhondaine and to begin his plans. He signed up for an only vaguely described job ("stop the goblin raids") and found himself working with a number of refugees and the cleric Horchief.

When the goblins attacked a few nights later, the party pursued and fought them, capturing three goblin hunters. After questioning them about their attack, their leader and goblin culture, Daeris and Horchief were offered to be taken to the goblin ceremonial meeting site. The two freed the goblins, defended them from a lynch mob and got permission from the Aveton clan council to travel with them. The goblins marked Daeris and Horchief on their foreheads with a kind of red clay to signify that they were guests among the goblins.

Daeris told the goblinoid elders about the actions of the band's leader Solzit, resulting in the latter's exile. The goblins told the two that the humanoids' recent expansion had not only been wasteful and therefore detestable but was also intruding on the goblin hunting grounds. Daeris agreed and offered to speak with the Aveton clan council about the matter, and he and Horchief received goblin amulets inlaid with a special red rock.

Upon returning (with the help of a goblin hunting band), Daeris and Horchief went to the council. After receiving a reward, Daeris relayed the goblins' concerns as well as his own, which the council generally ignored. At this point Daeris and Horchief went their separate ways.


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At this point Daeris decided it was time to begin working on his real goals. It would be nice, he thought, if he had an "in" to the clans. That was when he noticed a young girl named Cynthia of the Barnod clan.

He gained her attention quickly with a grandiose retelling of his encounter with the goblins and continued talking to her daily in the hopes that he could woo her.

At the same time he was digging through New Deal, the refugee camp, for information. Through this endeavor he met the clansman Kren Ferren (in disguise as a peasant), who offered to meet with him regularly and tell him whatever he could find out. Daeris doubted the use of this at the time, but he didn't know the peasant's true identity. It was through him that he found out about the council's plans to develop trade with regions outside Rhondaine.

Daeris eventually decided that it was time to turn it up a notch with Cynthia, so he left for Constain to buy perfume and some other assorted items and to have a flowery love letter written (by his old friend Gilden) as well. When he was trying to find where on the Barnod manor she lived one night, he ran into Kren (in another disguise, Pistachio). Kren offered to help him with her (and revealed his true identity), and he told Daeris to come to the well in the Ferren fields the next night.

Daeris showed up, giving Cynthia the perfume (which proved to be an ineffective gift). She asked that he run away with her; but as Daeris was considering his options, he was beset by a mob led by Cynthia's father William. Before he could be strung up, Kren leaped from the bushes to claim Daeris and Cynthia as his guests and to demand that the mob leave his family's property.

Daeris and Cynthia spent the night locked in a broom closet on Ferren property as Kren was chewed out by his father.


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The next night Daeris decided to try with Cynthia one last time. He sneaked into her room and left the letter in a book on her nightstand - with instructions to meet him the following evening.

At this point Daeris had decided he was done with Aveton. There was little left he saw to do here, and he really needed to scope out what things were like elsewhere in Rhondaine. He intended to bring Cynthia and Kren along as accomplices to his future plans; but the former no longer wanted to run away since her father was gone, and the latter was tied up with refugee affairs alongside Horchief and the new refugee mayor Loms.

William, Cynthia said, had gone to Margan's Hold; this intrigued Daeris, so he decided to make this his next destination.

After settling in and gathering basic information about the city, Daeris spotted William and other representatives from Aveton discussing their trade plans with the dwarven thane Gorm. Seeing little else to accomplish in the city (and very little of interest after a cursory exploration of the mine beneath the city), Daeris decided it was high time he made something happen.

At night he sneaked into where the diplomat of Clan Utheriel from Aveton was staying and assassinated her. He had planned to lie low in Margan's Hold a few days before leaving, but he was fingered by a blacksmith's gofer named Tulwan Silnar, who was suspicious of him after a meeting at the tavern. While held captive, however, Daeris incited his fellow suspects to riot and escaped in the chaos.

Retreating to the refugee camp near Margan's Hold, he blended in there as best as he could for a couple of days before returning to Aveton. Once there, he asked Loms about the current situation with the refugees. He left for Constain without seeing anyone else, touching base with his old companions there.

All this time he was being pursued by a party led by Tulwan, who had been made the official investigator of Margan's Hold by Gorm, and that included William. When Tulwan arrived in Aveton, he enlisted the help of the leader of the Utheriel clan, who traveled to Constain to hire a wizard to scry Daeris' location.

Around this time Daeris had an idea: to go to the goblins and ask for their protection. After leaving Constain and wandering the plains a couple of days, he ran into a band of goblins who, upon seeing his amulet, brought him back to the goblin council. There he claimed that the humans did not intend to stop their expansion efforts and were in fact sending a military force to destroy them. The goblins quickly mobilized for defense.

Tulwan's band, which now numbered close to 150, arrived in pursuit of Daeris. The goblin force eventually won the resulting conflict, and Daeris dueled and defeated (but purposely did not kill) Tulwan himself. He then slipped from the battle unseen, leaving the goblins to deal with the aftermath.


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Daeris fled for Constain with the intent to resume his plans in the town of S'gaith. He approached Gilden once again in order to have a letter drawn up: this one would be from the clan council of Aveton, urging the S'gaithyl clan to consider cooperating in their plans to build up infrastructure and open up trade outside of Rhondaine. This required the seal of the Aveton council, which Daeris managed to get an imprint of by bluffing his way into the Ferren representation house in Constain.

Once Gilden had written the letter and once Daeris had called in several favors to scrap up the necessary rations and other items (in particular a disguise kit), he departed for S'gaith. Once there, he donned the noble clothes he had once bought and attempted to make himself look more like a fullblood elf.

He met with Master S'gaith under the guise of an Utheriel clansman. Despite the bad blood between the two houses and the immediate antagonism directed at him, Daeris (as "Azeilus Utheriel") did appeal to Master S'gaith with his presentation of Aveton's plan. Diplomatic paperwork was drawn up within a few days and given to Daeris.

Daeris returned to Constain and, after a brief meeting with Gilden, dropped the paperwork off anonymously at the Utheriel representation house. Attached was a note reading, "This is in your hands now. Tread lightly."


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After six months of laying low and gathering information, Daeris decided to head back out into the towns in the face of worsening conditions. Sneaking into Loms' hut in New Deal (who had been his contact since his flight), he learned that Kren had been up to something recently - what exactly, Loms couldn't say. It was enough to lead Daeris to track down Kren's right-hand man Tom.

Though he was guarded at first, Daeris did manage to ease Tom's suspicions and learn that Kren was hatching a plan to rescue three goblin emissaries being kept in the town. The emissaries had been sent to Aveton after the battle Daeris himself had caused, and instead of talking peace, the Aveton clans had simply jailed the goblins. Disheartened by this turn of events, Daeris told Tom that he was interested in taking part in Kren's plan and arranged a meeting.

In the meantime Daeris checked up on a few things among the refugees. He shadowed Horchief for a bit but decided not to investigate his activities, casting him aside as useless. He also learned of the cloistered dwarven cleric Gilgred, whom many of the refugees suspected could help them in their plight but simply hid himself away with his daughter. Daeris resentfully decided not to confront him.

The next night Daeris met with Kren in Loms' hut - Kren and his hired men (an elf, a human monk, an old ranger named Bjorn and a warrior named Aramel). Unfazed by the attempt to intimidate him, Daeris responded calmly to Kren's drilling him about his past actions. He merely kept saying that he has always done what he thought was necessary at the time and that one day everything he's done will benefit Rhondaine. Seeing that Kren was not backing off, he cut to the heart of the matter: he wanted to help free the goblins, he had skills that Kren could use, and he demanded no pay.

Kren gave in, and the following evening Daeris fled Aveton in a wagon with Kren, Tom, the hired men and three goblins.

Surprisingly, the goblins did not express rage at Daeris for his actions, telling him that they recognize that he has some grand scheme in mind that they merely do not understand. Gesturing to the amulet he still carried, they said he was still one of them. The goblins marked all of those present with a red swipe on the forehead as they had done before.

The goblins had said that the holy grounds they had once gone to would be abandoned, as the festival was over. When they did arrive, the goblins were shocked to find the cavern wall had been sealed and lamented that this meant all of goblin society had fled underground. At this moment Daeris felt his amulet become heavy. Having dropped it to the ground, it rolled itself to a certain stone on the ground and lay there.

When the party went over to investigate, they found that the ground on which the amulet lay was illusory. With the help of Bjorn, one of Kren's hired men, Daeris dropped a rope down into the fake ground and everyone climbed inside.


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Upon being sighted by the goblins below, the party was summoned by the Seer, the leader of the Keeper faction of goblinkind. Seeing that the goblins they had rescued were trembling in fear as they were waiting to enter into the Keepers' chamber, Daeris dismissed them. When the gates did open, Daeris, Kren and his hired men went in and ascended a stone staircase, whose walls were draped in knotted ropes used to record goblin history.

The only demand the Seer made of the party was that Daeris give up his goblin amulet (which he had discovered had enabled him to speak and understand the goblin language as well as instinctively know much of goblin history and culture), thereby revoking his status as a member of the goblin tribes. Not wanting to cause trouble and doubting the further utility of the amulet, Daeris honored what he saw as a symbolic, innocuous gesture. What the Seer went on to request of them was a different matter altogether.

Behind the Seer lay a large orb, like a magic pearl that could emit blinding light. The Seer told them that the goblins once had an empire that controlled all of Rhondaine and beyond, made possible by two of these large orbs. The second, he said, was in the mines under Margan's Hold, and it was the only thing holding up the shelf-like structure of the mines. The Seer said that he wanted the orb either destroyed (so that no one else could possibly unlock its power in the future) or returned to them.

The Seer taught each member of the party individually how to connect with the orb and direct it. Should any of them reach the second orb and succeed in pulling it under their will, they could either transport it back to the goblins with a thought (displacing themselves the same distance in the opposite direction) or destroy it. Either way, Margan's Hold would crumble into the earth.

The Seer then informed the party that the goblins were absolutely preparing for war with Aveton and any who allied with them.

Before setting off from the goblins caves, an emissary from the Seer approached Daeris with a "gift": a highly decorated sword. Daeris accepted it and immediately felt the weapon pull at him. Feeling a pang of fear, he put it in the back of the wagon and said little about it to his companions.


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Cynthia
Daeris wanted Cynthia as an "in," to help him understand the clans themselves from the inside. When that prospect soured, his interest would have if he had not developed some feelings for her in the process. Ultimately, however, his feelings waned completely when she refused to run away with him, and he dismissed her as entirely useless.
How it Failed: Cynthia was mostly unconcerned with clan matters and would have made a poor informant in the first place. Had she ran away with Daeris, she would likely have been more of a burden than anything else and definitely would not have wanted a hand in his plans.

Utheriel Assassination
To assassinate an elf in dwarven territory garners a huge reaction. In doing so Daeris expected a) that Margan's Hold would be forced to accept Aveton's trade development proposal, b) that the reputation of Margan's Hold would be tarnished and c) that Aveton's further diplomacy would be bolstered by sympathy. He expects that the trade reform will bring about social changes that will eventually render the clan structure obsolete.
How it Failed: Margan's Hold remained cautious about Aveton's economic reform plans. As Daeris later found out, Margan's Hold had a special deal with Constain concerning a special object in the mines below that tied them up politically and economically.
How it Succeeded: This is the act that set almost everything else in motion.

Odd Behavior
Daeris' actions are purposely asocial at times. He wants other people either to dismiss him as impotent and ignore him or to hate him.
How it has Failed: His attempts to not get involved with the locals in Margan's Hold led Tulwan to become suspicious of him, resulting in his being accused in the Utheriel assassination and lessening its impact.
How it has Succeeded: Daeris' public image as a mysterious individual working behind the scenes for goals no one can guess at is exactly what he wants.

Goblin Appeal
Though at the time appealing to the goblins was really necessary for his survival, Daeris also had another plan in mind. One possibility is that this battle will have thrown Rhondaine into conflict, which could eventually grind the social structure into change. The other is that, once the goblins find out he had tricked them, they too will turn against him; with a common goal, relations between the goblins and the humanoids will improve slightly.
Current Status: The first expectation could very well come true, as the humans are wary of the goblins and the goblins are outright preparing for war. The one obvious way of preventing the war (either destroying the orb in Margan's Hold or returning it to the goblins, both of which would lead to the destruction of the dwarven stronghold and the latter to goblin domination) is not something Daeris wants to pursue. Having discovered that the dwarves seek to relocate anyway, destroying the orb afterwards has become an acceptable option.

Sparing Tulwan
Daeris did not kill Tulwan for two reasons. The first was mundane compassion: he sees Tulwan as an innocent who just happened to get wrapped up in these events. On the other hand, however, he wants Tulwan to become a vanguard of the hatred directed toward him. With a kind of anthropomorphic symbol of Daeris-Manar-is-the-enemy, he expects that people will more readily unite in their hate. Daeris wants to make many enemies in Rhondaine, and he thinks that eventually those enemies will come to see each other as friends; thus, he intends to use Tulwan as a tool to achieve that.
How it Failed: Mox simply abandoned the identity of Tulwan, so now there is no public figure of Tulwan who can lead the charge against Daeris himself.
How it Succeeded: Daeris does not know it is Mox's doing, but apparently the changeling has been taking his own identity and going on killing sprees to increase Daeris' infamy. This is precisely what Daeris would want.

Utheriel-S'gaithyl Connection
Daeris disguised himself and presented the economic plans to the S'gaithyl as a further effort to use the reforms to shake up Rhondainian society.
Current Status: There are some who suspect Daeris was behind the deal in the first place. It's not a total loss, as this isn't a widely accepted belief; if it were, it would ruin the effort entirely.

Joining up with Kren
The goblin emissaries' detainment was a wrong wrought by Daeris' own hand that he sought to right. Furthermore, letting people think about Kren for a while instead of him may leave them surprised whenever he makes his next move.
How it Failed: Daeris' undertaking with Kren led to the loss of his goblin amulet, his involvement in a goblin scheme to resurrect their ancient empire and the subjugation of his will to a cursed weapon. He later found out that his involvement in the caper was a widespread rumor.
How it Succeeded: Daeris learned the nature of the mines below Margan's Hold, a piece of information that will surely come to benefit soon.


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