About Gellius Krupt
Physical description: Gellius stands about five feet, seven inches tall, with a thin wiry frame. His features are typically Chelaxian, with sharp features, pale skin, and black hair with a pronounced widow's peak. His eyes are gray, and often show an intensive focus that is almost frightening.
Melee: mwk dagger +6 (1d4+1/19-20) or
Ranged: blowgun +5 (1d2 plus poison)
Extracts per Day: 2nd--2(1 prepared, 1 open slot), 1st--4 (3 prepared, 1 open slot)
Skills: Appraise +12, Craft(alchemy)+12(+14 for crafting), Craft(poison)+12, Disable Device +12, Knowledge(arcana)+12, Knowledge(nature)+12, Perception +8, Sleight of Hand +10, Spellcraft +12
Feats: Combat Expertise, Extra Discovery, Improved Feint, Weapon Finesse
Languages: Common, Draconic, Elvish, Osiriani, Tien
Gear: Masterwork backpack, alchemist's kit, portable alchemist's lab, masterwork quilted cloth armor, abacus, journal, inkpen, 2 vials of ink, healer's kit, alchemical solvent(2), bloodblock(2), smelling salts(2), smoke pellet(2), soothe syrup(2), antiplague(2), antivenom(2), masterwork dagger, alchemical silver dagger, walking stick (masterwork club), potion of resistance, 2 potions of cure light wounds, blowgun and 40 darts, 3 doses of blue whinnis (DC14, injury), 2 doses of oil of taggit (DC15, ingested), bedroll & blanket, 3 sunrods, hourglass, 10 pieces of chalk, chalkboard, waterskin, 1lb. of soap, 2 belt pouches, signet ring w/ poison compartment, 4 empty flasks, 2 flasks of acid, 2 flasks of alchemist's fire, 20 tindertwigs, artisan's tools (vivisectionist's kit), thieves' tools, 3 torches, flint & steel, 1gp, 2sp, 5cp
A child prodigy, Gellius Krupt was until recently one of the best and brightest students of the Arcanarium. Only a year from graduation, he was caught in a horrendous scandal involving graverobbing and desecration of the dead. With the Chelish Embassy deaf to his pleas and destined to spend the prime of his life in a cell, he jumped at the chance of reprieve when the church of Abadar arranged a release into their custody. Now he regrets that decision, as it has meant spending the last two years jumping at their command, and precious little time to devote to his research.