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Altus is a Sorcerer and the founder of The Lightning Mercenaries, a band of magic-using warriors.
Altus was born on the 3rd of Sun's Dusk, 3E 273. Like most other Altmer, he was born in Summerset Isle to Altmer parents. His parents were both skilled mages who had lived since the Second Era. As Altus was growing up, his parents passed their magical knowledge onto him. Their magical knowledge was passed on easily because all Altmer have the racial trait of being naturally gifted in all magical schools.
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Selkin Golaza was born 16th Rain's Hand 3E 414 in High Rock. His parents were noble wizards in the city of Daggerfall and they had good connections with the King. Selkin was a spoilt lad and got whatever he wanted. But the thing Selkin wanted most was knowledge. From an early age Selkin worshipped Hermaeus Mora. His parents knew what he was doing and didn't like it. They tried to stop Selkin worshipping the Daedric Prince of Knowledge and it ended in their demise. One day, Selkin was sat, meditating on the Knowledge Hermaeus Mora had given him. His parents walked in and tried to give him a potion to cure his "illness". Hermaeus Mora did not like this and possessed Selkin for a short time. He possessed Selkin to cast an almighty fire spell …Read more >
I just created my (100th) character on . I've made a little backstory to this guy though.
Mulciber Krex was born in 4E 176 and is the great-nephew of Festus Krex, Mulciber is a powerful and wise young wizard who knows how to use his powers for righteousness and honor. Of course, he has no idea his great-uncle is a cold-blooded assassin.
Mulciber Krex was born in Leyawiin, Cyrodiil to unknown parents. His parents left him on the doorstep of the Great Chapel of Zenithar. The priests took him in. Mulciber Krex was taught the ways of the Eight Divines and lived his life strictly by the code. The priests taught him basic restoration and illusion magic in case he ever got in to trouble. Mulciber appreciated everything they had done but couldn't he…
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