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Quivadne created on 16th of April 2023, and is dead and gone (24 years old, 112 hours, 5 months lifetime)

Title: the Mistress Bard
Gender: Female
Level: 50
Class: half-elf bard

Background history:

  1. Cries on the Kindling Wind - posted at 2023-04-16 17:41:23
Cries on the Kindling Wind
Deep within the well of Gnome Village a pile of gold coins rest. They are the wishes of every traveler who has passed through. Most of these wishes are favorable, like a farmer's hope to procure a bountiful harvest, or the ever-thirsting wanderlust of adventurers. Though there are some of darker ilks, Quivadne learned of a similarity between good and evil - survival. Her life was once a placid existence bound to the fountains and springs of the world, but governed now by charlatans who captured her long ago. These people were caravanners bringing entertainment as a carnival. The nymph was one of their most prized possessions because of her ability to charm a man by simply gazing into his eyes. The leader of the carnies used her as a way to line his gold pouch; for when the blindfold was removed all their valuables and belongings were as well. Much against her will, Quivadne was treated like an outcast and a creature, forever locked in a cage until the next show - or trickery. And though she was very well taken care of, she was a prisoner to the exposition of a charm spell. During the morning she managed to escape by lockpicking the cage door. A guard dog blocked her way off the wagon, so she had mimicked the voice of her owner saying his name. This drew the dog's attention briefly away, a chance to her to jump and dash. Her scent was quickly gained and chased through a nearby forest, where she fell down a random well by running in such a panic. She was unharmed, but far beneath the ground, and all was quiet. The hysteria of fleeing for her life began to dwindle, and a wisp with a mysterious essence reflected off the water. It spoke of good and evil, and the gold coins that occasionally fell into the pool. For days Quivadne would speak with the wisp, gaining knowledge, and eating her magic mushrooms. It was fate, and she grew wisdom and insight through the teachings of this delightful being. With a newfound purpose and a greater reason of understanding, Quivadne crawled out of the well and embarked on her first adventure since being captured back at Clearwater Lake.


PK stats:

Kills: 2, Deaths: 6 (Ratio: 0.3, Efficiency: 25%)
Pinnacle Kills: 2, Pinnacle Deaths: 4 (Ratio: 0.5, Efficiency: 33%)

Kills by class:
shaman: 1, paladin: 1,
Killed by class:
dark-knight: 1, warrior: 1, vampire: 1,

Tags: #keeper


  1. Ashlyn [reply]
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    1. Grayden [reply]
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      Got some kills as a bard, interesting. Also this character seemed decent the few time I encountered her.
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      1. Thorgoth [reply]
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        Bummer, good char.
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        1. It was fun chasing you. Thanks for the practice.
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          1. Davairus [reply]
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            What a bard. Loved it!
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            1. lionSpyre [reply]
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              Loved the battle bard. Keeper nymph was cool as well, falls directly in line with the potential new vision for Keepers. Keeper is a hard life, way to stick it out for a while.
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              1. I enjoyed our time together.
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