Arandur Gwalanthar

Elven Ranger Wizard


Male Elf Smith Ranger 2
Chaotic Good
Representing Niket Sirsi

Strength 13
Dexterity 13
Constitution 13
Intelligence 16
Wisdom 13
Charisma 8

Size: Medium
Height: 5’ 6"
Weight: 135 lb
Skin: Bronzed
Eyes: Green
Hair: Copper Straight
Maximum Hit Points: 11

Speed: 30 feet

Armor Class: 15
HP: 18

Proficiency bonus: +2
Initiative modifier: + 1

Attack (handheld / thrown): + 3
Attack (missile / finesse): + 3

Strength save: + 3
Dexterity save: + 3
Constitution save: + 1
Intelligence save: + 3
Wisdom save: + 1
Charisma save: -1

Insight (passive): 13 (18 with advantage)
Perception (passive): 13 (18 with advantage)

Languages: Common Draconic Dwarvish Elvish Sylvan

Unarmed strike [ + 3 to hit; 1+1 bludgeoning]
Handaxe [ + 3 to hit; 1d6+1 slashing, 3 lb, light, thrown (range 20/60)]
Light hammer [ + 3 to hit; 1d4+1 bludgeonining, 3 lb, light, thrown (range 20/60)]
Longbow, heavy [ + 3 to hit; 1d8+1 piercing, 2 lb, ammunition (range 150/600), heavy, loading, two-handed]

Mage Hand
Detect Magic
Ensnaring Strike

Scale mail [medium; + 4 AC; max dex + 2; stealth disadvantage; 45 lb.]



Arandur is a typical Sun Elf from the High Forest. He stands 5’6" with copper colored hair, green eyes and bronzed skin. Arandur’s build is a little heftier than the typical elven lithe look, with more strength visible in the arms and chest area.

The Gwalanthar family is one of the rare elven families that know and understand the workings of metals, and as such their craft secrets are closely guarded within the family and passed down through the generations. All scions of the family are expected to train with the smiths of other races when they are young and still learning. Arandur spent many years learning the basics of smithing from dwarves. Not surprisingly, Arandur’s attitudes and interactions make him atypical of an elf, though he possesses a full measure of Sun Elf haughtiness.

After completing an apprenticeship, Arandur was encouraged to join a ranger fellowship to learn the skills necessary to seek out new sources of materials for the family to work with.

After completing basic training and accompanying few rangers, Arandur’s first solo assignment was to journey to the Sword Coast and see what the markets had to offer. A caravan was passing by the forest, and Arandur offered to join up them as a scout. After weeks of travel, the next stop in the village of Greenest is only a few days away.

Arandur Gwalanthar

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