Kelkah is unlike other fey creatures of the Emerald Forest. His sheer
size, behavior, and thirst for vengeance left unquenched are the three prime
examples of why he is the way he is. It wasn't always this way, and in time
a deep hatred grew for the countless adventurers who hunts the woods.
Carelessly they slaughtered his brothers and sisters for a personal gain.
And when Kelkah would seek to rebel, none would stand with him. So he
sought assistance from other victims of the forest; a small close-knit group
of gremlins. These dwellers of Witch Wood were the catalysts for his
inevitable change, both physically and mentally. He realized that it would
never stop, and that he no longer would idly stand by and be the hunted, as
he was soon to become the hunter.
Severing the bond with the inhabitants of the forest was the most difficult
thing he had ever done. In the beginning, he did it entirely for them, yet,
as time progressed, he had become selfish enough to go and disturb the
natural order of things. Kelkah was sick of the idea of being a hapless
victim, and the dark dwellers were there to exact upon his forming malice.
He had learned two lessons; if you want to change the world, you have to do
it yourself, and the other lesson.. Was to embrace your deepest, dark
moments, to wield them for vengeance as gremlins would against their