Hadrian Thorpe

Hadrian Thorpe, Former Court Wizard, Retired

Description:

Hadrian Thorpe

Human Wizard (5) Specialist Diviner (-Illusions)

Medium Human Neutral Good

HP 22 / HD 5d4+12

Spd 30ft Init +2

Str 10 Dex 14 Con 14 Int 16 Wis 12 Cha 10

Fort +4 Ref +6 Will +7

AC 16 Touch 15 Flatfooted 13

Base Attack +2 Grapple +2

Attack 1: +5 Melee (1d6 18-20/20 Masterwork Rapier)

Concentration +8

Craft alchemy +9

Knowledge Arcana +12

Knowledge Dungeoneering +12

Knowledge History +9

Listen +3

Search +6

Spellcraft +14

Spot +3

Brew Potion

Combat Casting

Scribe Scroll

Lightning Reflexes

Craft Wondrous Item

Weapon Finesse

Familiar (Weasel “Sheldon” Alertness, Imp Evade, Share, Empathic, Touch, Speak)

Wizard Spells (5/5/4/3) Save 14 + Spell Level

  • Level 0
    • Daze
    • Detect Magic
    • Arcane Mark
    • Ray of Frost
    • Mending
  • Level 1
    • Mage Armor
    • Magic Missile x 2
    • Magic Weapon
    • Identify
  • Level 2
    • Rope Trick
    • Locate Object
    • Melf’s Acid Arrow
    • See Invisibility
  • Level 3
    • Arcane Sight
    • Daylight
    • Magic Circle against Evil

Possessions

  • Bracers of Armor +1
  • Ring of Protection +1
  • Masterwork Rapier
  • Cloak of Resistance +1
  • Potion of Cure Moderate Wounds
  • Potion of Haste
  • Scroll of Fireball x 2
Bio:

Hadrian Thorpe is a retired court mage of some repute, having faithfully served as the Court Diviner for the last three kings. Known for his eccentricities, many choose to overlook these traits and pay heed to his words, as he often spouts hints at future occurrences within casual conversation. When pressed on these occurrences, Hadrian will often have forgotten what he said or simply claim the questioner misheard.

Being somewhat absent-minded, Hadrian has a tendency to devote much of his prepared spell list for eventualities that seem banal to external viewers. However, the savvy note Hadrian’s eternal preparedness and know these bouts often foreshadow a more vocal foretelling of future events. Truly, when Hadrian leaves in a hurry, many follow, and ask why later.

Hadrian Thorpe

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