Guardians of the Eld
A disgraced Knight-Captain of the Eladrin military.
Ando’ri Immeral, level 4
Build: Inspiring Warlord
Commanding Presence: Inspiring Presence
FINAL ABILITY SCORES
Str 16, Con 12, Dex 12, Int 16, Wis 12, Cha 14.
STARTING ABILITY SCORES
Str 16, Con 12, Dex 10, Int 14, Wis 11, Cha 13.
AC: 19 Fort: 17 Reflex: 17 Will: 17
HP: 39 Surges: 8 Surge Value: 9
Perception +9, Intimidate +9, History +12, Diplomacy +9, Athletics +9
Acrobatics +2, Arcana +7, Bluff +4, Dungeoneering +3, Endurance +2, Heal +3, Insight +3, Nature +3, Religion +5, Stealth +2, Streetwise +4, Thievery +2
Level 1: Eladrin Soldier
Level 2: Tactical Inspiration
Level 4: Improved Inspiring Word
Warlord at-will 1: Wolf Pack Tactics
Warlord at-will 1: Commander’s Strike
Warlord encounter 1: Leaf on the Wind
Warlord daily 1: Concentrated Attack
Warlord utility 2: Inspired Belligerence
Warlord encounter 3: Warlord’s Strike
Adventurer’s Kit, Everlasting Provisions (heroic tier), Chainmail, Vengeful Longsword +1, Casque of Tactics (heroic tier), Ornament of Alertness +1, Light Shield, Backpack, Bedroll
Ando’ri Immeral was born a single child to Deschain and Jelenneth Immeral on September 4th, 1226, in the second age of Meridian. His childhood was spent in the Libraries of Ioun and on the training grounds with his father, who was already a High General in the Eladrin military at the time of Ando’ri’s birth. The time spent in the training grounds was a nightmare for Ando’ri – try as he might, he could never meet his father’s expectations as a warrior.
At age 18, Ando’ri was tested by Eladrin custom in order to join the Eladrin military, much to his father’s surprise. It seemed that while Ando’ri was a less than capable fighter, his prowess as a tactician and natural leader was profound. He was able to overcome a feat of heroic proportions and entered the military academy, where he quickly rose to the top of his class.
The years that followed Ando’ri’s graduation from the military academy were uneventful. The war between the Baronians and Corallia was of little interest to the isolationist Eladrin, and Ando’ri prospered for over a hundred years working his way through the Eladrin military. He had found a mate and sired a son, and his life seemed to be ever sailing toward the horizon. But he soon would find that the winds of change can be cruel.
Ando’ri was a Knight Captain stationed at a small barracks along a major trade road. One winter’s evening, a small group of soldiers carrying a large chest upon their shoulders came to the barracks seeking refuge from the harsh weather and a hot meal. That evening, a small platoon of Baronian soldiers attacked the barracks and stole whatever it was the soldiers were transporting. During the attack and siege, the officer’s quarters of the barracks was struck by a flaming boulder – there were no survivors. Ando’ri was manning the battlements at the time of the strike, and watched in horror as his fellow officers perished. Luckily, the invaders’ intent was solely whatever the soldiers were transporting, and the casualties were very limited.
Unluckily, Ando’ri was the highest ranking survivor of the attack. He was brought before a military tribunal and assigned full blame for the incident. The trial, headed by none other than his father, was swift and merciless – Ando’ri was discredited and exiled in order to suppress the news and quiet the scandal.
In the years since, Ando’ri has been aimless and drifting. He was cast out by his people and his father. Furthermore, there is an Eladrin edict regarding Exile, strictly forbidding communication with those cast out. Ando’ri has not heard from his mate or son since he left. He merely floats from town to town, doing an odd job for coin, and turning to the bottle for comfort.