Kiamorko

Fribolg Druid

Description:
Bio:

Formal Introduction:
Kiamorko (Sleeping Bear), a Firbolg Druid from the Forest. (or just: A Man)

Birth Name: A Man
Family Name: none
Other Names: (Kiamorko) Sleeping Bear

Goals:
What do they want out of life? A man wishes to help others
What do they want out of adventuring? A man received a call from the world and is seeking to answer.
What are some of their career goals? A man desires to be one with the world
What are some of their personal goals? A man seeks a simple life

Race Specific: Firbolg
What was it about your home forest that caused your tribe to settle there? A place where a mountain, lake, and forest met seemed ideal

What was it that started you adventuring? A man received a call from the land and is seeking to answer.

What’s your favorite animal? Bear

What’s your favorite plant? Dandilions

Parentage:
Mother: a mother, kind and gentle
Father: a father, strong and wild

Siblings:
Do they have any siblings or people they consider to be siblings?
A man has many brothers and sisters, both near and far

Hometown:
A man grew up deep into the forest where a mountain’s roots drank deep from a lake. A tribe lived simply, receiving gifts from the fish, plants, and beasts nearby. The men who came and traded with the tribe gave the name (Cymru, Pictavia) to the land.

Education:
Who taught them to read? An elder
Who taught them the skills / abilities of their class? A man receives the gifts the land, plants, and beats give.
How did they learn the languages they know? A man speaks the words he received from an elf, a giant, and a human.
How did they learn about their religion? A man is at one with nature.
How did they learn about themselves? A man has always been
How did they learn about their kingdom’s history? (if they did). A man does not know the stories which were given to the land named (Cymru/Pictavia)

Geography:
A man has traveled and touched the land where the earth rises to touch the sky. A man counts 3 time that he touched the menhir stones.

Friends:
What’re their friends names and what are they like? How did they make them and how close are they? (Here’s your chance to make NPCs for me! Be sure to include name, race, etc.)
Childhood Friends from back home? What’re their names and what are they like?
Friends they’ve made during the journey?
Friends in the group?
A boy spent many days playing in the forest with other boys. When boys became men, the men remained to care for the tribe.
A man found a gnome to be one who can be called friend.

Interests:
A man enjoys the songs others sing. A man’s tribe had no songs of their own – just those of those who fly with feathers.

Romance:
A boy felt many emotions for a trader’s daughter. A boy and a girl played during trading season for many winters. A man waited for a woman one spring, but a woman did not return to a man’s tribe.


Class Specific Druid: (Delete if it’s not your class).
Why does your character have such a close bond to nature? A baby was born and raised in the mutual give and take of the world.
Have you always been an adventurer or did you first spend time as a caretaker of a sacred grove or spring?
A man cared for a tribe and it’s grove.
What tree do you consider most sacred: alder, ash, birch, elder, hazel, holly, juniper, mistletoe, oak, rowan, willow, or yew? (Has no mechanical application, just a fun thing to do). Oak
What is your character’s favorite animal? A man enjoys those who run and jump from trees, but feels closer kinship to the roaring beast which hibernates.
What is your character’s favorite wild shape and why?
The roaring beast which hibernates. The beast
Do you worship a specific deity, or do you revere nature itself?
A man reveres nature and balance themselves (as part of the Old Way?)


Background Specific Hermit: (Delete if it’s not your background)
Why did you first seek out the hermit’s life? A man is never alone when he is with plants and animals.
Were you in a sheltered community or totally alone? A grove provided both isolation and company.
What changed and allowed you to end your solitude? A man received a call from nature to go forth.
Life of Seclusion: A man needed to commune with nature.
Personality Trait(s): A man speaks without identity that burdens so many others. A man feels the pain of others as if it were his own.
Bond(s): A man is called to some greater purpose that has not been revealed.
Flaw(s): A man is patient and slow-to-act to fault.
Feature Specifics: Wanderer (from Outsider)


Employment:
A man must eat when in the city, so a man receives coin for giving time and effort for simple tasks.

Antagonists:
A man despises greed.
A man hates aberrations.

Tragedy:
A boy learned that life may be taken away without warning or cause.
A boy learned that rash actions lead to destruction.

Comedy:
What was their happiest moment in life?

Coming of Age:
One day, when the first flower bloomed after the last snow, a boy turned into a man.

Disposition:
A man is calm and simple.

Moodiness:
A man is an oak in the wind

Outlook:
A man wishes for all to experience balance.

Integrity:
A man is as trustworthy as stone.
A man also understands the prey’s need for deception.

Impulsiveness:
A man is careful to act.

Boldness:
A man can be as quick and dangerous as an avalanche sparked by an evil deed.

Flexibility:
A man is cautious to act impulsive

Affinity:
A man enjoys the company of others.

Comportment:
A man stands stall like the oak.

Interactivity:
A man understands the world in a very physical manner: touching, smelling, tasting new things.

Disclosure:
A man does not keep secrets, but rarely does a man talk about themselves.

Conformity:
A man blends into the surroundings

Humor:
A man enjoys unexpected humor.


Attitude toward humans: A man is often exhausted by the activity and worries of

Attitude toward orcs: A man despises those who destroy without reason

Attitude toward half orcs: A man sees the struggle of a half-man

Attitude toward half-elves: A man likes those who have a foot in both worlds

Attitude toward goliaths: A man appreciates the intensity

Attitude toward dragonborn: A man has not met a dragon man.

Attitude toward tieflings: A man has not met a horned man.

Attitude toward elves: A man finds an otherworld man to be interesting.

Attitude toward halflings: A man appreciates the home of a halfling.

Attitude toward gnomes: A man is amused by his small cousins.

Attitude toward dwarves: A man has not met a man who lives under stone.

Attitude toward tritons: A man has never heard of men who live under the waves.

Attitude toward barbarians: A man understands the passion of an avalanche

Attitude toward bards: A man loves music

Attitude toward clerics: A man is wary of gods who try to upset the balance

Attitude toward druids: A man finds friends

Attitude toward fighters: A man understands the necessity

Attitude toward monks: A man is wary of gods who try to upset the balance

Attitude toward paladins: A man is wary of gods who try to upset the balance

Attitude toward rangers: A man finds friends

Attitude toward rogues: A man does not appreciate stealing

Attitude toward sorcerers: A man is wary of uncontrolled magic

Attitude toward warlocks: A man is wary of the burden of pacts

Attitude toward wizards: A man is wary of the ambitions of those with power

Attitude toward the red hand: A man understands the necessity of the city’s coin

Attitude toward guilds: A man finds civilization aggravating

Attitude toward the universitas valachorum: A man is wary of the ambitions of those with power

Attitude toward Vaticana & its worshipers: A man is wary of gods who try to upset the balance

Attitude toward The Old Way & its worshipers: A man finds friends

Attitude toward The Nine & its worshipers: A man is wary of gods who try to upset the balance

Attitude toward The Eight & its worshipers: A man is wary of gods who try to upset the balance

Attitude toward The Father & its worshipers: A man is wary of gods who try to upset the balance


Points of camaraderie:
List at least one point of camaraderie for each other character in the party.
A gnome – is funny and driven
A half-elf –
An elf -

Points of contention:
List at least one point of contention with each other character in the party.
A gnome – should not steal
A half-elf – power is unnatural
An elf -

Ultimate Player Goals with this character:
What destiny would you like to see this character fulfill?

What role would you like this character to take in the Arthurian Cycle that is to come? (It’s okay to say that you don’t want a part in that).

Do you have any goal post inspirational characters that you’re basing this character on?
Taking the talking style from “the Faceless man” from GoT, but he’s a bit more simple like Groot

Chronology:
A baby is born
A baby becomes a boy
A boy is lost and found
A girl does not return
A boy becomes a man
A man receives the call
A man receives the gift from nature
A man leaves a home
A man speaks with a stone in Pictavia
A man travels with a gnome
A man speaks with a stone in Cymru

Kiamorko

Bretonia Maethalion