Orovari Warrior

  • Size: M
  • Type: Humanoid Elf
  • Initiative: +3



  • Hit Points: 10
  • Armor Class: 16 (+3 Studded Leather, +3 Dex)
  • Saves: Fort +2 Ref +3` Will +1



  • Speed: 30
  • Base Attack: +1
  • Melee: Longknife +4 (1d6+2)
  • Ranged: Shortbow +4 (1d6)
  • Special Attacks:



  • Abilities: Str 15, Dex 16, Con 11, Int 11, Wis 12, Cha 11
  • Skills: Athletics 4, Awareness 2, Endurance 1, Knowledge 1, Survival 2, Thievery 5
  • Talents: Alertness, Weapon Dexterity, Run
  • Special Qualities: Can not use Iron, steel causes discomfort, low light vision 60’



  • Environment: Northern lands
  • Organization: Single, Scouting pair, war party
  • Treasure: Standard

Ron Estrelli

Ron Estrelli


  • Lvl5 Fighter: STR 14, DEX 11, Con 12, INT 13, WIS 10, CHA 12


At the age of 17, Ron joined the Ferryport Militia. His parents had passed from the red blight and hehad tried his hand at working the farm alone, but he could not keep up. He sold the farm and joined the Militia. He saved money from the work and well as his savings from selling his farm. After 3 years as a militiaman, he left and became a freelance caravan guard for the 3 years. He traveled south quite a bit, often to Southkeep and even some places within the desert of Jal Dur. During on of his few trips to Greyhelm, he was hired to recover an object from ruins within the mountains. This began his career as a tomb raiders and dungeon delver. He did this for 5 years amassing quite a bit of wealth, before his group was caught by some foul beast deep in an dungeon. Most of his party mates were slain, and he was badly wounded across his face, in which he almost lost both eyes. After this unfortunate event, he traveled back to Ferryport and bought the property that would become the Southgate Inn. This gate was always the gate he returned through on the way home, so it held personal nostalgia for him. He bought an old abandoned building, which was dwarven built in the early days of Ferryport. He added on a second floor with private rooms and opened the inn.


It has since become one of the most popular inns in Ferryport and he has had to expand the rooms into a second building across the street.

Sanrin Delorif

Sanrin Delorif is the leader of a group of religious fanatics who roam the countrysides hunting demons.

His Story:

As a child, Sanrin was raised to observe strict religious practices which included suffering and occasional blood sacrifice. Ferryport forbade human sacrifice, so animals were used, and there were rumors regarding a couple of disappearances before he was born.

A ritual of suffering was to be endured by every child at his or her coming of age. Sanrin was the eldest of three children and came through this feeling stronger of faith. The middling child, however, was weaker of constitution and did not survive. The youngest did not make it to his coming of age ritual, as a plague swept through Ferryport and took him prematurely, along with many of the young children and elderly of the city.

His father was much older, and only four years after Sanrin’s coming of age, was not able to continue his duties as judge and sheriff of the south farms, and so Sanrin was raised to the position. He was a strict and pious judge, and many were beheaded. This was how he sacrificed to the gods within the bounds of Ferryport law, and thereby kept the town safe and prosperous. Times were tough, but as opposed to many neighboring areas, the people were well enough fed, and the plagues were minimal.

The people of Ferryport proper, however, were disturbed by the rural beheadings, especially as they increased in frequency, so they drafted legislation that banned execution by beheading (replacing it with hanging) and limiting execution to only extreme cases of murder and dark magic. This ended the age of blood sacrifice, and the town was promptly punished by the gods, or so it seemed to Sanrin, with the onslaught of strange demons from the forests, which claimed the lives of both people and livestock. Sanrin suspected a local hunter named Jass of bringing the curse to their village.

Sanrin and his wife were formally accused and the villagers demanded swift justice. They chased the couple into their house where they shut the doors for fortification, and then the men torched the place. Jass and his wife Renoira finally emerged, coughing, and were executed on the spot. Sanrin knew he couldn’t stop this blood thirst if he wanted to, so he decided to make it a new blood sacrifice and beheaded them both in violation of Ferryport law.

He fled his home immediately. For several years, he hunted, and as he traveled, he began hunting demons along his path, becoming a better hunter as he went. He felt as if his blood sacrifice of Jass had given him Jass’s natural hunting prowess. It was his calling to hunt these things. As he moved from town to town, he found others—frightened and able—to join his cause, and his following grew. By day they would train intensely, and by night they would hunt. As word spread, the legend of the Demon Stalkers grew.