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Alias The Dragonslayer
Race Human
Gender Male
Age Middle Aged
Place of Origin Cormyr
Occupation Lord-Protector of Feather Falls
Worships Siamorphe
Helm
Affiliation The Dragonguard
Purple Dragon Knights (formerly)
Status Alive

Johann d'Edoras

A proud Cormyrian man and formerly a Purple Dragon Knight, sir d'Edoras is a man noted for his bravery in many bloodied battles. Following a course through Sembia, he and his men rode into Featherdale and have remained there since.

Following his rise to position of Lord-Protector of Feather Falls, d'Edoras now holds court in a rebuilt keep nearby, with his Dragonguard force.

Recent History & Rumors

Upon his arrival in Featherdale, some theorized that he sought a fiefdom - a land to rule and men to lord over. Morninglord Horgontivar gave repeated warnings against this man's prospective rule over Feather Falls, though in the end these went largely ignored.

Supposedly d'Edoras' departure from Cormyr was a hasty one - and due to some personal grievance done to a member of Cormyrian noble house Hyraken. These nobles hired an assassin in an attempt to exact vengeance upon him, resulting in the death of one of d'Edoras' men and the release of a deadly ghost. In the end, the assassin was defeated.

On the 1st of Alturiak, 1374 DR, Johann sent out a call to various hirelings, mercenaries, and adventurers to venture out on his behalf into the depths of Mistfall House and recover from there an elven chalice he described in great detail. Only one party emerged alive of the complex, triumphant. After gathering a crowd, Johann gifted the arefact to his long-time friend, brother in many battles, former adventuring companion - the elf Gaelithar Orbryn.

Rise to Lordship

A few weeks later d'Edoras announced his intentions to lord over Feather Falls and its surrounding lands. The people of the township agreed, under one condition: That he slays the “beast” that has harassed them for so long. In truth, this beast was none other than the dragon Thraxata the Red, and d'Edoras was in fact sent as nothing more than its periodical tribute - but d'Edoras, accompanied by a few adventurers, slew the dragon and the people of Feather Falls in turn accepted his rule.

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  • Last modified: 2020/05/30 15:12
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