Rele

Towns old grumpy man

Description:

Rele
Male Makai Human Commoner:10 Chaotic

Bio:

" Get away! Don’t bother me, you ( * mumbles something between his teeth * ) Leave ! Shoo! GO! "

Old man Rele is the towns old grumpy man. He is the only local who shows a dislike for visitors. Villagers of Tokraka usually ask for the tourist to “forget about the old man” and offer a free drink to them.

Old man Rele is seen around the town squares munching on roots or drinking makai beer. He looks to all visitors and follows their every move with a judging expression on his face.

Stormbreaker speaks first: " Redwig notes show that a half orc named Zarak came from the Kingdom of Karameikos about 20 years ago. He paid for a new identity and a comfortable house on Aloysius Island. Zarak had a small black box that he was very protective off. Redwig wasn’t the head of the Iron Ring yet, he was one of the lieutenants. He sent Zarak to Tokraka to be safe and lay low. He processed the forgeries. When the time come for Zarak to came back to Redwig to claim them he didn’t show at all. Redwig took the high amount of gold and used it for himself to raise in power on the Iron Ring. "

Ikako then takes the word: " An orc or half orc came to Tokraka village. He had a small black box that he was very protective off. His name was not asked but this happened 20 years ago. Rele was the person assigned to keep him comfortable and to guide him around. Something bad happened the third night, something evil. We believe that, by mistake, Rele touched the orc’s box. We found Rele’s body on the orc’s villa. He was dead. We also found Rele’s wife and two sons dead on his hut. The orc had slayed them. The orc was on a rampage killing everyone who got on his way. We defended ourselves. "
Ikako looks at Stormbreaker and Stormbreaker nods his head. " We have a pit were we dispose of the bodies of those who ‘disappear’ around Tokraka. "

The Band of the Wolf discover that Rele has touched The Hearthstone in the past and he was duplicated by the effect. An evil Rele and a good Rele fought to the dead and only one prevailed.

Rele

D&D 3.0: Tales from Mystara Galero