Ayrlen Van De Moordzwervers
I can kill you with my brain...
Ayrlen [Insert Last Name Here], level 3
Build: Telepathic Psion
Discipline Focus Option: Telepathy Focus
Theme: Noble Adept
FINAL ABILITY SCORES
STR 10, CON 14, DEX 11, INT 18, WIS 10, CHA 16
STARTING ABILITY SCORES
STR 10, CON 14, DEX 11, INT 16, WIS 10, CHA 14
AC: 15 Fort: 13 Ref: 15 Will: 16
HP: 34 Surges: 8 Surge Value: 8
Arcana +10, Bluff +11, Insight +6, Perception +6
Acrobatics +1, Athletics +1, Diplomacy +4, Dungeoneering +1, Endurance +3, Heal +1, History +5, Intimidate +4, Nature +1, Religion +5, Stealth +3, Streetwise +4, Thievery +1
Basic Attack: Melee Basic Attack
Basic Attack: Ranged Basic Attack
Noble Adept Feature: Adept’s Insight
Tiefling Racial Power: Infernal Wrath
Psion Feature: Distract
Psion Feature: Send Thoughts
Psion Attack 1: Dimensional Scramble
Psion Attack 1: Living Missile
Psion Attack 1: Static Mote
Tiefling Utility 2: Hellish Gaze
Psion Attack 3: Force Hammer
Level 1: Ritual Caster
Level 1: Mindfire Disciple
Level 3: Staff Expertise
Cloth Armor (Basic Clothing) x1
Staff Implement x1
Potion of Healing
Bracelets of Subtle Defense x1
Gray Rain Cloak
== End ==
Ayrlen was born to a family of Tieflings traveling in exile. He has two older siblings, but he was separated from his family before he was old enough to differentiate their genders or names. His only real memories of his family are that there were four of his kind, and one of them carried him in a sling on her chest (likely his mother, though still not certain).
Ayrlen was found as an infant by a merchant caravan traveling to (the city we’ve been in. I’m at work, so I don’t have my notes). They took him to Sylvestra where he was adopted/purchased by the family which employed the rest of the party. He was raised in the household and put to work once he was old enough.
He spent his youth helping in the kitchens and mucking the stables. Pretty much any grunt work that young people could do. He was always frail and learned at an early age to play this off in order to avoid the more physically-demanding work. Ayrlen also studied the humans and other races around him, doing what he could to learn to fit in.
When he was a teenager he began to understand that his mind worked differently than humans. He started to hear things and it wasn’t long before he realized that he was actually hearing the thoughts of those around him. He kept his talents hidden and spent time meditating on his powers, carefully probing and and exploring what he could do. Gradually he realized that his mental gifts translated to the physical realm, allowing him to control the movement of objects – and even living things – with just the power of his thoughts.
Shortly after his 15th birthday he stopped doing work around the house. Whenever the owners or his boss would confront him about this he would talk his way out of it, using his gifts to nudge lesser minds toward his way of thinking. Arylen used his newly-found free time to study in the library and to explore his own memories, attempting to recover any images or thoughts of his absent family. He did his best to fit in with the generic population despite the physical appearance that obviously differentiated him from those around him.
When the family went bankrupt and fired everyone Ayrlen rejoiced. In his mind he had been freed of the one prison keeping him from realizing his full potential and maybe one day locating his family. Helping Dennick (sp?) and partnering with the party are all means to an end. Ayrlen wants nothing more than to find his family and to see just how powerful he can become.
These days Ayrlen is content to use his powers toward making his way in the world. The family going bankrupt is easily the best thing to have happened to him, as he sees it. He holds himself in reserve, trying not to let anyone see too much of the real Ayrlen, or of what he can really do. But mostly he thinks about his power and his family, and wonders what events transpired to leave him on that roadside.