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Full Name

Heress Kaidra Clarimond




Summoner-Level 8








Lawful Good


The Empress(Deities don't exist! This is a constellation).


The Mines Rescuing Captives




Full time explorer

Strength 16
Dexterity 12
Constitution 14
Intelligence 13
Wisdom 10
Charisma 16

About Duna the Explorer of Indol

Heress is a human summoner with a strange obsession. Although dragons are only told in myths as wild beings with no self-control and no intelligent matter what-so ever, (which are unlike the ones from her past life), she is always drawn to lore about them. Because of this attraction towards dragonkin her eidolon, Hunter takes the form of a Wyvern to frighten her opponents with a blast from stories of the wild beasts who roam the world in legends. Someday she hopes to spread her wings along with her upcoming scales, tail and horns to prove, she is something special and meant to be told about.

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