Leech Farmer Nithhogr Synok, Council Leader of the Order of the Dragon Shield, an Elothean.
He has tilted almond-shaped crystal blue eyes, straight shoulder length grey hair that is worn tied back, a long narrow mustache that droops to either side of his mouth on his upper lip, a long thin beard and fair skin. His right palm has a tattoo of a triskelion formed by a coyote, a donkey and a ram.
He was born on the 7th day of the 9th month of Dolefaren the Brigantine in the year of the Bronze Wyvern, 372.
He is wielding a darkened steel scythe affixed to a twisted cambrinth haft.
His is clad in a lumium mail lorica, some light lumium plate gauntlets, a light lumium plate mask, a padded heavy burlap hood with fitted seams, some metal scale vambraces, some stained leather greaves embedded with rat teeth, a heavy animite shackle engraved with intricate knotwork and a round sipar etched with a leech-wrapped hand reaching out from a pool of water.
He is wearing a folding chair of plain elm slats, an angiswaerd-scale scholar's journal embossed with golden geometrics, a worn grey hitman's backpack with fraying straps, some braided metallic twine, a scuffed leather traveler's haversack, a foraging apron crafted from supple oiled leather, a blazing blue dragon with opalescent eyes, a deep blue silk robe embroidered with silver constellations, a gold shield-shaped badge engraved with "My avenger can beat up your avenger!", a pewter tankard adorned with a golden shield, and some yeehar leather jousting boots adorned with polished platinum spurs.
Background & Status
Former Scribe and Council Leader, current Councilor of the Order of the Dragon Shield, Surgeon and Leech Farmer for House Giraud, Nithhogr makes his home in Therengia. With a house near Riverhaven, much of his time is spent in the wilds north of town or hunting on the other side of the lake.
Original: a triangular sipar stamped with the emblem of Saint Aesetani in gold
Alteration: a round sipar etched with a leech-wrapped hand reaching out from a pool of water
- The crest of a hand grasping a bundle of herbs and thrusting upwards from a pool of water is etched into the sipar's polished steel surface. Two well-fed leeches attach to either side of the wrist, their bodies spiraling down the arm towards an unseen elbow concealed beneath the water. A small trickle of blood escapes the mouth of each leech, dribbling down to meet the body of the other and following it as it descends the forearm. A steel clasp on the back of the shield allows it to be worn.