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Tyveris was a loremaster of Oghma in the 14th century. He was also part of the Fellowship of the Dreaming Dragon.[1]

Description Edit

His skin was a dark coppery color, he had black eyes and used a pair of gold wire spectacles. He had a low booming voice, he stood 6 feet tall and took considerably more space than Caledan. He had monumental shoulders, tickly muscled arms and chest, and wore a brown robe. and is a Loremaster of Oghma.[2]

Personality Edit

Tyveris is calm and gentle.[1]

Abilities Edit

Tyveris could cast some spells.[3]

History Edit

Tyveris was originally from Chult. Merchants from Waterdeep came to Chult hired young Tabaxi who would come with them and become mercenaries. He and his sister, Tali, went and left Chult. Tyveris lost his sister on the voyage, half of Tabaxi tied of sickness. That’s when Tyveris vowed to take up the sword and become the greatest warrior and make his sister proud.[4]

Tyveris and the other Chultans were enslaved by a Calimshite wizard for many years. The Harpers—and Caledan Caldorien—managed to free them from the wizard. That was when he joined the Fellowship of the Dreaming Dragon.[4]

After the Fellowship disbanded, Tyveris found that he was following the ideals of Caledan, he realized that he did not enjoy killing, he needed to find his own purpose, he gave up the sword in 1357 DR. That is when he found the Abbey of Everard. The Loremasters of Oghma allowed Tyveris to work for them. Abbess Melisende taught him how to read. In 1358 DR he joined the order and became a loremaster.[4]

After freeing Iriaebor of Ravendas’s rule in 1363 DR, Tyveris is working as an advisor to Lord Bron in reestablishing the city.[5]

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References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Mark Anthony (1993). Crypt of the Shadowking. (TSR, Inc.), pp. 90–94. ISBN 1-56076-594-1.
  2. Mark Anthony (1993). Crypt of the Shadowking. (TSR, Inc.), pp. 91–92. ISBN 1-56076-594-1.
  3. Mark Anthony (1993). Crypt of the Shadowking. (TSR, Inc.), p. 103. ISBN 1-56076-594-1.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Mark Anthony (1993). Crypt of the Shadowking. (TSR, Inc.), pp. 92–93. ISBN 1-56076-594-1.
  5. Mark Anthony (1993). Crypt of the Shadowking. (TSR, Inc.), p. 307. ISBN 1-56076-594-1.
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