A small being that looks like an Earther child, except for his amethyst eyes which he covers with a pair of sunglasses, carrying a staff with symbols carved into it. His cloak covers his nightmare hide armor and tattoos. On his back is a pack that just fit him. Scribe is the only word he will say when others ask his name and says he is from the City of the Gods. At all other times he can be see reading a giant book of runes, writing, examining new plants or searching for teachers. Any who try to touch his favorite book are in for a nasty surprise.
Scribe walked into a small town and set up a small area, out of the way of any work. Once his pack and cloak where set he sat and tapped his staff on the ground causing spikes of wood to shoot up at 90 degree angles. He drew several runes on the spikes and the wood twist and turned until he had a small lean-to that matched his child like stature. With that done he made a cushion out of his cloak and sat on it. Whenever someone stopped to ask him about his small structure he said "I heard that there was much need for artisan’s and warriors here. So I came to seek whatever the all-father has in store for me. Though I will work for most, any of the Church of One will find their head on the end of a spike if they ask for my work. The same for most of the Undead, least they prove themselves or their cause worthy.”
Scribe will offer to inscribe any object that he can as long as the purchaser understands that each item is for one use only and that he has only just started as a Rune caster and needs to learn. Currently all runes are limited to General, Earth and Air Leyas.
In this thread Players may ask Scribe to make artifacts that are ONE TIME USE ONLY. If the player wishes for something more permanent they must earn it as a great boon from Scribe (almost impossible) or with Narrators permission.
- The player must provide the object
- All items are limited to the Leyas that Scribe knows.
- The payment for this service must be settled before it is made.(Ghaz, objects, and lessons are all expectable means of payment.)
We are now open.