mystery of the missing magmorb
Lorimer is an oligarch of Sarcophagus Trinity and a practitioner of the Maxims of Causality. He seems to favor magic that involves storms, and typically likes to cast them from a distance before suddenly appearing at their centers. He was an instructor at …
Nero Faxon was born in the city of Plink, capital of the South Viridian. He lived an uneventful childhood (which he mostly refuses to talk about, for reasons undisclosed), which was notable only in that Nero showed a surprising capacity for learning, even …
Caius Germanicus was born to be an airship pilot. Airships were a staple amongst almost all of his family's history, with many members a part of the [[Peregrine Royal Air Force]]. His great-great grandfather, Horace Germanicus fought off Halajordian …
Bade Ignatius Guy
A mediocre student of poor parentage, Bade had few options. Following in the footsteps of the only father figure in his life, Mendax, Bade joined the Plink militia. Unfortunately , this placed him in the first major skirmish in Plink's recent history at …
Created by the Myriad Trinity to protect the Magmorb, and to protect Myriad Magi FROM the stone, "Guardian" works tirelessly to quench the unrelenting power of the artifact. Performing an hourly duty endlessly does leave it with free time. The Guardian …
Hawthorne, a very gaunt man by most standards, dresses modestly, save for his choice of wardrobe color. Like his counterparts in the Myriad Trinity, this pale mage wears the gold-hemmed royal blues and burnt oranges of his order, usually in the form of …
Firth quite obviously enjoys life and refuses to spend a single unnecessary second in anything less than an outstanding mood.
Firth is one of the oligarchy of Myriad Trinity. He readily shares the secrets of _Causality_ with mages of any order, but …
Bowser is a resident of Plink, South Viridian, who made a name for himself designing and selling enigmatic devices on the black market. He seems to enjoy wearing tropical button-down shirts from a mystical otherworld known as "Hawai'i."