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Apteryx Mantelli's page

6 posts. Alias of DLandonCole (RPG Superstar 2013 Top 16).

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Apteryx, Dowager Countess Mantelli











About Apteryx Mantelli

Near permanently dressed in a black cloak fastened with a black cameo of an elven man, Apteryx joined the Pathfinders to follow in the footsteps of her brother, Ghyullin, who is presumed to have died on a foolhardy mission for the Society.

Apteryx, Dowager Countess Mantelli, is, to all intents and purposes, an elf but the humans in her heritage make her less slender than other elves.

She is the widow of the late Count Mantelli, a minor Chelaxian nobleman; their philosophical inclinations drove them to leave Cheliax and move to Lastwall to aid in the defence against Ustalav.

In the permanent struggle against the dark, she learnt much of herblore and healing and began to develop altogether more arcance powers...

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