Quiquas The Silver-Scaled; The One Who Holds Salvation



Dragonwrought Kobold Rogue 7
LG Small Dragon (reptilian)
Init + 9; Senses low-light vision; darkvision 60 ft.; Perception + 14


AC 21, touch 16, flat-footed 21 (+ 4 armor, + 5 Dex, + 1 natural, + 1 size)
HP 38 (7d8+3)
Fort + 3, Ref + 11, Will + 5; + 2 vs. traps
Defensive Abilities evasion, uncanny dodge; Immune paralysis, sleep


Spd 30 ft.
Melee +1 corrosive short sword + 12 (1d4 + 1d6 acid + 1/19-20/x2)
Ranged +1 holy heavy crossbow + 12 (1d8 + 1/19-20/x2/ + 2d6 vs. evil) or mwk composite shortbow + 12 (1d4/x3) or dagger + 11 (1d3/19-20/x2)
Special Attacks rogue talents (bleeding attack), sneak attack (4d6)


Str 10, Dex 20, Con 11, Int 16, Wis 8(10), Cha 10
Base Atk + 5; CMB + 4; CMD 19
Feats Dragonwrought, Extra Rogue Talent, Improved Initiative, Point Blank Shot, Quick Draw, Weapon Finesse
Languages Aquan, Common, Draconic, Dwarven, Elven, Gnomes, Halflings, Sylvan, Undercommon
SQ rogue talent (bleeding attack, combat trick, finesse rogue, guileful polyglot), trapfinding + 3, trap sense + 2


Gear on Person (22.25 lbs)

  • Valen’s Amulet ( +1 Will; 1/day Protection From Evil CL 3, 2/day Light CL 3, 2/day Bless Weapon CL 1)
  • Cloak of Resistance + 1 (1 lbs)
  • +1 Corrosive Short Sword (Medium Dagger, 1 lbs)
  • +1 Holy Heavy Crossbow (Medium Light Crossbow, 9 bolts, 5 lbs)
  • Mwk Composite Shortbow (Small, 19 arrows, 5 lbs)
  • Wand of Magic Missile (Lvl 1, 110 ft., 0 lbs)
  • Wand of Magic Missile (Lvl 3, 130 ft., 0 lbs)
  • Mithral Shirt (5 lbs)
  • Belt Pouch (0.125 lbs)
  • Belt Pouch of Holding (0.125 lbs)
  • Handy Haversack (5 lbs)

Contents of Belt Pouch

  • signet ring
  • sewing needle
  • chalk (10)
  • flint & steel
  • signal whistle

Contents of Belt Pouch of Holding

  • 50 platinum pieces
  • 492 gold pieces
  • 3285 silver pieces
  • 9 copper pieces
  • 2 diamonds
  • 1 sapphire
  • 1 pair ruby earrings
  • ivory statuette (stag)

Contents of Handy Haversack Main Pouch (78.625 lbs)

  • bedroll (1.25 lbs)
  • whetstone (1 lbs)
  • waterskin x3 (3 lbs)
  • rations x12 (3 lbs)
  • sack x1 (0.125 lbs)
  • mirror (0.5 lbs)
  • 50 ft. silk rope x4 (20 lbs)
  • shovel (8 lbs)
  • crowbar (5 lbs)
  • compass (0.5 lbs)
  • Tent (5 lbs)
  • 1 gallon Nodrim (8 lbs)
  • Calligraphy Kit (1.25 lbs)
  • Poison sting trap x2 (2 lbs)
  • Juvenile purple worm poison x2 (0 lbs)
  • Unknown poison x10 (0 lbs)

Contents of Handy Haversack Left Side Pouch (20 lbs)

  • Mwk Thieves Tools x2 (4 lbs)
  • 50 ft. silk rope x2 (10 lbs)
  • grappling hook (4 lbs)
  • everburning torch (1 lbs)
  • command torch (1 lbs)

Contents of Handy Haversack Right Side Pouch (19.75 lbs)

  • arrows x20 (3 lbs)
  • daggers x9 (4.5 lbs)
  • Alchemist’s Fire x2 (2 lbs)
  • Acid x4 (4 lbs)
  • Manacles, simple lock (3 lbs)
  • Climber’s Kit (1.25 lbs)
  • Disguise Kit (2 lbs)

Saurivorn has always known he was special. Among his people, those seen as directly dragon-descended are revered. When Saurivorn’s egg was laid, the silver spirals covering the shell were indicator of a great destiny. Saurivorn’s tribe was originally part of Sifnir’s army, but when the green dragon was defeated, a small group of around a dozen Kobolds went to Solion to seek forgiveness. Solion forgave them on the condition that they turn themselves from the old ways and learn to accept all others on a fair basis. This they eagerly assented to, and Solion guided them to a small mountain range where they prospered. Each generation saw the laying of one or two Dragonwrought eggs. These eggs were transported with the old reverence to Solion that he might raise the young to greatness. Many of them returned to the tribe after a time and became leaders, guiding the tribe on the path the Solion had placed them on.

Saurivorn was another such egg presented to Solion for the great dragon’s purposes. Upon his hatching, Saurivorn’s silver and black scales proclaimed him truly one of the dragonwrought. From a young age, he was always quick of hand and mind, grasping many concepts that the other children around Solion did not. He quickly was able to wrap his mind around new languages, learning them with ease. Under Solion’s tutelage, Saurivorn learned to harness his talents, primarily his astounding agility and manual dexterity. He is accomplished at tricks of sleight of hand and acrobatics, and often used them to entertain the other people around the great dragon. Saurivorn reveres the Solion, but doesn’t believe him a deity. Solion himself has told him as much many times.

Four years ago, Solion went into a great slumber. Saurivorn kept at his lessons and his exercises, doing what he could to make sure that he lived up to Solion’s training and expectations for the young Kobold, eager to show him what he had learned while the dragon was sleeping. But Solion didn’t wake, and Saurivorn felt lost without him.

One year ago, Saurivorn had a strange dream. He saw visions of green-skinned people, giants compared to his small self, flooding down from the hills and killing and pillaging. The vision changed to Solion entrusting a prophecy to a young Halfling. He saw other Kobolds, larger than himself, massing in what seemed like a great host. He saw a green dragon soaring over the land destroying, and a number of eggs that were larger than his own had been. He saw a giant wave crashing down upon the coastline, destroying towns and cities and villages. He saw an armored Halfling and a woman that looked similar to the green-skinned raiders, but different. He saw himself walking along side the strange being and a taller being who seemed to glow. Lastly, he saw the great dragon Solion, and heard his voice. “It is your time, little silver scale. It time to leave this place and to find what is harming this land. You will find allies. Go, my child.”

The next morning, Saurivorn packed his things in preparation. He ventured down to the city and purchased the gear he thought might come in useful on his journey. He said a prayer in front of the sleeping form of Solion, asking for strength and wisdom. Lastly, he tattooed upon his face a mark of Solion: a serpentine dragon curling across his right brow, under his eye, and then curving back along his cheek. With his task done, he checked that his gear was packed, said his farewells, and set out to look for the armored Halfling and the two strange beings he had seen in his dream.

Recent History to Present

Since leaving Solion, Saurivorn ventured across the land. He made his way to Kassen, and from there began tracking reports of raiders. While fighting a wild beast, he met Jair, a strange humanoid who was the glowing being from his vision. They joined forces, and made their way through the forest toward Bruna Fel. On the way, they found traces of a large Kobold raiding party, and began to track it. They tracked it as far as the road, where they found a smashed prison caravan. There were no remaining people, and it seemed prisoners had been taken. There, they encountered the other two figures from Sauri’s vision: the armored Halfling and the green woman.

Joining forces, they continued to track the Kobolds, and met a fellow seeker. They managed to track the Kobolds to their lair. Saurivorn disguised himself as one of them and infiltrated the warren to reconnoiter. On his way out, he led one Kobold out who had awoken. He and his fellows then re-entered the warren and slaughtered the raiding party. They fought several Kobold mages to rescue the prisoners they had taken from the caravan.

Since then, Saurivorn has continued in his journeys with the strange beings that he met. They have traveled to the desert, met a phoenix, fought a number of gray-skinned Dwarves, and defeated an ancient undead Golem General in the phoenix’s former lair. Returning to the phoenix, Saurivorn and his companions then received the ashes of the phoenix in exchange for a promise to transport a large locked box to a tower of Fire Mages. They began to travel back to Home, and had to stop along the way near Madrigal to settle a dispute between two groups of refugees from that town. Continuing on, they have since made it back to Home, and may be setting out again soon on the next part of their journey.

When they reached home, Saurivorn and the others took some time to rest and reacquaint themselves with people and places they had known. Among the people present was Wryn Aldisbach, the man responsible for the journey to gather Phoenix ashes. Through Fenwick, the group of adventurers were asked to accompany Wryn to a wedding being held in Bellis. A man there named Duncan, a friend of Wryn’s, was thought to have information regarding an artifact Wryn needed for his ritual to revive Solion, the Crook of Childureen. In Bellis, it was discovered that the Crook was in the Fellnight Realm, which had been separated from the Material Plane ages past. Coincidentally, creatures from the Fellnight Realm attacked the wedding, and the adventurer’s set out to re-seal the Fellnight Realm and obtain the Crook of Childureen. They succeeded, although at the cost of Temulin and Ambrosious being transformed into small barnyard animals.


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